Deaths From Vaping Jump to 10
The fallout from the vaping health crisis continues to grow.
Massachusetts has banned all e-cigarette and cannabis vape pens for the next four months.
Altria (NYSE: MO) and Philip Morris (NYSE: PM) have abandoned their merger talks.
The CEO of nicotine vaping giant Juul has stepped down.
And already, two states have banned the sale of flavored e-cigarettes.
At the moment, there are more than 500 cases of the vaping-related lung illness across 38 states. And at least 10 people have died.
So for today’s episode, I reached out to our go-to medical cannabis professional, Dr. Jordan Tishler, president of the Association of Cannabis Specialists and founder of InhaleMD.
He shared his insights on this epidemic, told us what he believes is the root of the lung illness and explained how it could’ve been avoided.
He also gave his stance on what he believes medical marijuana patients should do now. And he shared what regulations he’d like to see implemented to protect patients and consumers.
Plus – even though vape pen cartridge sales are plummeting – Dr. Tishler believes there is an investment opportunity, in the wake of all of this, for the company that can fix the problem.
For consumers, investors and patients concerned about the vaping crisis, this is one consultation they can’t afford to miss.
Here’s to high returns,
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