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THC and The New Lung Illness

THC, Vaping, and the New “Mystery” Lung Illness

Six people have died from a “mystery illness” that authorities like the CDC are linking to e-cigarette use. Understandably, this has made many vapers concerned about their own health. Most people switch to vaping under the assumption that it’s a safer form of nicotine use than smoking combustible cigarettes, and if the over 450 cases …

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Letter From CEO

Dear Black Note Community, We think the FDA has been spying on us. That’s because regulatory changes currently being discussed in the industry just so happen to match the same standards Black Note has been upholding since our inception. These standards include lots of little things that fit into Black Note’s bigger picture of only …

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Smoking vs heat not burn tobacco

Study: E-Cigarettes vs. Cigarettes vs. Heat Not Burn

Vaping really revolutionized the way people use nicotine, but the changes are really only just beginning. Heat-not-burn devices, which use actual tobacco but just heat it rather than “smoking” it through combustion, offer a bit of a middle-ground between vaping and smoking. But with the middle-ground in function, you might assume a middle-ground in risk …

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Cole-Bishop Amendment defeated

FDA E-Cig Regulations: Democrats Have Killed a Key Amendment (Cole-Bishop), But it Isn’t Over Yet

An amendment to a government funding bill that could have saved the vaping industry from it’s imminent destruction was shot down by democrat leaders last week. The Cole-Bishop amendment would have changed the all-important “predicate date” on the FDA e-cig regulations, and in the process, would have meant all vaping devices on the market as …

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