Reports on Vaping Situation in the US

We are aware that health authorities in the US are investigating possible cases of respiratory illnesses, which have been allegedly associated with vaping. At this point in time, only limited information has been released by investigating authorities. What we understand from media reports is that many of the patients acknowledged a history of vaping e-liquids containing THC (cannabis oil). It has also been reported that vitamin E acetate, a chemical related to cannabis oils, has been found in many of the samples analysed by the authorities.

Public Health England has reassured users about the quality and safety of e-cigarettes currently marketed in the UK saying, “Unlike the US, all e-cigarette products in the UK are tightly regulated for quality and safety by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency and they operate the yellow card scheme, encouraging vapers to report any bad experiences,”.

In our Logic range of nicotine-containing products, we do not offer THC/cannabis e-liquids and we confirm that we do not use vitamin E acetate as an ingredient in our Logic e-liquids. All Logic e-liquids are subject to a robust product stewardship program, including toxicological assessments and quality control of all ingredients used. Only after having passed this thorough examination are Logic e-liquids released for sale.