Reader: Butane hash is perfectly safe, and there's no evidence it's hurt anyone
Simply Pure's Wanda James knew she was stirring a hornet's nest when she launched a campaign against butane hash, which she argues is potentially dangerous for people with compromised immune systems, among others. Our item attracted plenty of ire from butane defenders, as exemplified by the following post.
I'm amazed you even got through 6 paragraphs before your money shot:
"I just hope no one is hurt before legislation preventing this practice is passed."
Show me the bodies that should be piling up due to butane extraction.
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