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The Tobacco Industry vs the Electronic Cigarette


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Reply Kevin
2:00 PM on June 30, 2014 
Awesome site keep up the good work.
After 30 years + of smoking and trying every cessation product out there I tried vapeing almost one year ago and have been smoke free ever since . I feel healthier ,my house and myself smell better ,my wife is a nonsmoker she can attest to that. And I have saved a boat load of $$$.
It saddens me to know that tobacco lobbyists,pharmaceutical companies and government agencies are trying to restrict the use of such a wonderful product . Shame on you all. And we know what you're motives are.
One small note also after less than a year i have found that the nicotine imparts a less desirable taste and it is only natural to slowly reduce the amount consumed , I started at 24mg and am now down to 12mg nicotine.
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Reply Fitzgerald
1:56 PM on July 5, 2013 
It will be interested to find out what the FDA does to regulate e-cigarettes and how all the big tobacco companies will respond now that many of them are bringing out their own e-cigarettes. I was reading this:
e-cigarette-effect-canada/ and couldn't help but think that the FDA rules will be implemented in Canada.
Reply Rursus
8:31 AM on January 5, 2012 
Referring to your article [1] - I would gladly give up an alert:
Did you ever read the FDA-Report [2] in detail and its entirety?
Surprisingly, this report is actually a strong argument for e-cigarettes :)
On page 4 of the report you can read the following:
"analyte was detected but at a level less than the limit-of-quantitation".
This "limit-of-quantitation" is the key! On page 7 of the report, you can see applied method of
"Wu, J., Joza, P., Sharifi, M., Rickett, W. Lauterbach, J.".
Have a look at the abstract of the method [3].
Surprisingly, you can tell that the "limit-of-quotation" is 0.2 ng/mL (that is da decimal!).
Logically, you can calculate:
The FDA could not determine more than 0.2 nanograms per 1 ml of the liquid in question.
If you compare this fact with tangible examples you have some great arguments for vaping:
Accourdingly, a consumer would need to vape 37,25 liters of "FDA-Liquid" to archive a Nitrosaminedose of ONE Tabaccocigarette.
Based on a average consumption of 5 ml per day, a vaper would needs more than 20 years to do this.
(Sample calculation: 1 ml includes 0.2 ng nitrosamine, 5 ml includes 1 ng nitrosamine, 1 Tabaccocigarette contains 7450 ng nitrosamines - therefore 7450 x 5 = 37,25 litres)
Rursus (a vaping german)
[1]Your Article: