The Reasons Why E Cigs Get Banned In Some States And Countries


Following FDA-s (US Food and Drug Administration) statement that e cigs contain toxic substances back in 2009, many states and countries have started banning them or even claiming illegal.

Governement and corporation representatives and officials want to create a public opinion that will serve their own greedy and stingy needs. In this article you are going to find out what is really behind all these e cigs bans and prohibitions.

E cigs are a smoking alternative. E cigs can be used the same way as tobacco cigarettes, in the process similar to smoking, which is popularly called vaping. E cigs deliver nicotine without all the other harfmul substances such as tar or carbon monoxide. Most of these substances are present in the tobacco smoke and e cigs don’t produce that smoke. It’s because e cigs use microlectronic technology to vaporize the nicotine liquid in the mouthpiece cartridges, producing genuine-looking smoke. This smoke is simply a vapor containing nicotine and propylene glycol. Nicotine gets absorbed into the users body, while propylene glycol is widely used food additive. A small fraction of percentage of people who show irritation reactions to propylene glycol can use glycerol as well.

Now, there are 3 main “reasons“ certain people use to justify e cigs bans. These people are loyal to strong tobacco and pharmaceutical lobbies as well as governments who want to maintain the money flow from tobacco taxes. They take FDA-s claims about e cigs containing dangerous substances such as nitrosamines and diethylene glycol. They “forget” to mention that these compounds are detected in only some of the lower quality brands and that they were measured in traces – not even percentages. The similar, sometimes even bigger, traces of these compounds are present in nicotine replacement therapies such as gums, pills or patches. Independent experts agree that concentrations found in FDA-s tests are far from being considered dangerous or toxic.

The newer tactics include claims that e cigs are blatantly advertised as smoking cessation products and that therefore should be avoided. While there are some cases where e cigs get promoted that way, it’s more an exception than a rule. The fact that there are still, even 3 years from official e cigs introduction, no regulations in most states and countries.

Finally, some officials claim that e cigs are being presented as “safe” and “healthy” and therefore mislead customers and potentially appeal to children and teenagers. Again, the lack of regulations sometimes results in e cigs and vaping being introduced as safe and healthy. While they are certainly healthier than tobacco, they can’t be considered to be completely harmless. There is still nicotine involved in the process. However, the cases where vaping is promoted that way still present an insignificant minority. When it comes to children or teens, officials should rather focus on educational programs that will teach them how tobacco and nicotine are bad than count the money from tobacco taxes flowing in their pockets. Do you honestly think children would spend 50-100$ on e cigs?

Listen to your hearth and to other people – so many people have tried e cigs until now and have experienced significant health improvements as well as money savings. Join the vaping revolution before it gets too late!

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