I’ve heard the vape crisis was caused by vitamin E, diacetyl, cadmium, and now phytol. Maybe it was the perfect storm because of an imperfect technology. What do you think?
does this seem really high to anyone else?
“For Phytol, a low observed adverse effect level (LOAEL) was determined at ≤109.0/10.9 mg/kg/day presented/deposited dose…”
There’s so much sketchy bullshit in the vape market it’s hard to say, I’m thinking there’s multiple answers due to regional differences/different DTOs
I still think conversions might’ve played a part
Doesn’t seem high to me - its around the same amount as many of the pesticides and other things known to cause pulmonary distress.
I think of high as something like 10g/kg/day or even higher. Stuff that you can legit eat a spoonful of it and still be okay.