Testing is done on THC vapes so they are heading back to store shelves.
The process took several weeks because only one of the state’s six licensed labs – PSI Labs in Ann Arbor – has been approved to do the testing, but “others are close,” David Harns, MRA spokesman, tells Metro Times.
As of Monday, PSI Labs CEO Benjamin Rossman said his facility has tested nearly 1,000 cartridges for vitamin E acetate, a gooey substance often used in the black market to "cut" or dilute cannabis oil to maximize profits.
It is a very, very bad idea to use black market vape cartridges right now. If you can, go with a dry flower vaporizer. Some of us around the office think that this is the best way to consume cannabis.