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Vaping: What Soldiers Need to Know

GUARD YOUR HEALTH My Mission. My Health. VAPING: What Soldiers Not all vaping products are created equal. Avoid using prohibited vaping CH, products that could put your health and military career at risk. OH CO. KNOW WHAT YOU'RE VAPING Three vaping chemicals are prohibited for use by service members: но CANNABIDIOL TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL SYNTHETIC (CBD) (THC) CANNABINOIDS Man-made, mind-altering Naturally occurring substance found in marijuana Mind-altering substance found in marijuana OH OH substance that's like marijuana HO Labels may not always HO include all substances As a Soldier, Army Regulation 600-85 prohibits you from using CBD, THC, or synthetic cannabinoid products. Read the label of your vape liquid to learn what's in it. но that have been added to the vape liquid. HOW THESE CHEMICALS CAN IMPACT YOUR BODY Vaping oils may contain THC or Headaches, dizziness, seizures, agitation, and brain damage synthetic cannabinoids. When inhaled, they may cause: Dilated eyes Shortness of breath Racing heart Nausea and vomiting The jury is still out about the long-term effects of vaping. The key is to know what's in your vaping products. If your vaping oils contain CBD, THC, or other synthetics designed to mimic a controlled substance, then you shouldn't be using them. Ask your Commander or Medical Readiness NCO how to contact your State Substance Abuse Team with any questions or concerns.

Vaping: What Soldiers Need to Know

shared by ARNGHealth on Feb 28
Soldiers who vape need to know not all vaping products are created equal.


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