With the boom of CBD, in all its forms, becoming pervasive and in common use today should we take a closer look at the vaping sector of CBD as it pertains to current lung sicknesses and deaths? At least the hemp extracted variety of CBD has been legal federally since last year with little to no regulation or guidance. It also has widespread and pervasive promises of health benefits by "Wellness" type sites extolling its many virtues and imagined cures from numerous medical conditions and diseases, and since extracted CBD is a very thick substance, a thinning agent needs to be added for it to be used for vaping. Oddly enough, many CBD sites are giving strict warnings that VG and PG should not be used for this purpose since there are known toxicological problems with these ingredients when heated above 450F in the form of dangerous aldehyde production. The answer for most of these sites is to use hemp seed oil as the carrier agent. Is this safe? Is it OK to have a CBD oil and hemp seed oil as the basis for a healthy vaping product or is this something that should be examined as a legitimate concern. I do find it concerning that CBD vape products are most typically labeled as CBD Vape Oils. It does make me wonder if this booming industry has been examined in relation to the current lung issues associated with THC and nicotine vaping. I just haven't seen much discussion or news articles asking the question or examining the issue at all and it just seems reasonable to extend the investigation in this direction as well. When I see oil being used to thin oil in a vaping product I do have some concerns that I think needs to be examined. Were CBD vaping products part of the patient and family questioning, and if so were the actual products used tested and evaluated? I have found some rare mentions of CBD in a very few articles, but they were just a three letter acronym at the end of nicotine and THC vaping with no further mention or discussion while nicotine and THC were discussed in depth. I have no idea if this is relevant or important, but without investigation it seems to me that confirmation bias is still the main motivation for this investigation currently.