Last month, the United States Postal Service (USPS) released its final rule on the mailing of vape cartridges and other electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS). And it’s not good news for anyone who orders or sends vapes in the mail.

The new rule will limit adults shipping nicotine, hemp, and CBD vape cartridges to 10 lightweight non-commercial ENDS every 30 days. The federal service already prohibits THC vapes from being mailed.

Buyers and sellers nationwide will have to cover the costs of more expensive private shipping options to adjust. The new restrictions were originally aimed at stopping underage tobacco use, but all e-smokers will be caught in the fray.

After October’s ruling, vape users and providers expressed concerns about how to…

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