The Dangers of Vaping THC - Streaming Video - 3 Hours (w/Home-study Exam)

Reviews the history of vaping. Outlines the difference between vaping and smoking. Describes the various vaping alternatives currently in the market such as liquid, concentrates and plant material. Outlines the difference between THC and nicotine vaping. Describes the increase in “youth vaping” of THC, CBD, and synthetic cannabinoids in America. Explains the real evidence (or lack thereof) for EVALI and vaping disease. Lists the difference between THC Oil, Marijuana Oil, Cannabis Oil, Hash Oil, CBD Oil and Hemp Oil. Reviews the critical Adverse Reactions that occur with vaping THC.
$49.00

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Learning Objectives

  1. Review the history of vaping.
  2. Outline the difference between vaping and smoking.
  3. Describe the various vaping alternatives currently in the market such as liquid, concentrates and plant material.
  4. Outline the difference between THC and nicotine vaping.
  5. Describe the increase in “youth vaping” of THC, CBD, and synthetic cannabinoids in America.
  6. Explain the real evidence (or lack thereof) for EVALI and vaping disease.
  7. List the difference between THC Oil, Marijuana Oil, Cannabis Oil, Hash Oil, CBD Oil and Hemp Oil.
  8. Review the critical Adverse Reactions that occur with vaping THC.
Products specifications
Instructor E. Bornstein, D.M.D.
Contact Hours: 3
More Information About This Course: The Dangers of Vaping THC Accreditation PDF
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