Study of E-Liquid Refills Finds No Harmful Substances

In a breakthrough study by Dr Jean-Francois Etter, 10 Popular E-Liquid refills are put through testing, find almost all completely harmless. Some contain contaminants; nicotine cis- and trans-N-oxides, cotinine, nornicotine, anatabine, myosmine and anabasine, thought to be by product of the nicotine extraction process. These same contaminants are also found in most Nicotine replacement therapy
  • 7 Dec, 2013
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US NiH calls for deregulation of PREP nicotine

In what will be a breakthrough study, the National Institute of health today has published a study based on the DEMANDS risk profile system showing PREPS nicotine systems without tobacco smoke to be a possible godsend to public health: Exerpt “However, Kozlowski and colleagues offer as an example that habitual medicinal nicotine use might expose
  • 3 Dec, 2013
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Lorillard Acquires Leading UK E-Cigarette Brand SKYCIG

LONDON, United Kingdom – After acquiring Blu, the best-selling e-cigarette brand in the United States, in 2012, Lorillard has recently announced its acquisition of SKYCIG, a leading premium e-cig brand in the UK.
  • 23 Nov, 2013
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E-cigarette : l’invention made in China

PARIS, France – The country’s 330 million smokers, ex-pharmacist Hon Lik woke up one morning with an invention in mind: the electronic cigarette. Read more at Le Nouvel Observateur
  • 23 Nov, 2013
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European Lawmakers Reject Tight Restrictions on E-Cigarettes

STRASBOURG, France — The European Parliament on Tuesday scrapped proposals by health officials that electronic cigarettes be tightly regulated as medical devices, setting the stage for a debate in the United States over the extent of regulation. Read more at the New York Times
  • 8 Oct, 2013
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E-Cigarette study is just amateur propaganda

Researchers from the Center for Global Tobacco Control at the Harvard School of Public Health are suggesting that electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) adversely affect users’ airways, thus raising concern about the safety of these products. But we here at ACSH remain baffled as to why these studies continue to ignore the relative dangers of actual smoking.  
  • 9 Jan, 2012
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Electronic Cigarettes: Effective Nicotine Delivery After Acute Administration

Electronic cigarettes (ECs) are marketed as nicotine delivery devices. Two studies with EC-naïve participants suggest that ECs deliver little or no nicotine. In those studies, standard-sized ECs were used, though experienced EC users often use larger devices that house higher voltage and/or longer lasting batteries. Whether user experience and device characteristics influence EC nicotine delivery
  • 14 Dec, 2011
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MHRA Consultation Letter MLX364

MLX 364 – The Consultation Letter To: All interested organisations 1 February 2010 Dear Sir/Madam CONSULTATION LETTER MLX 364 THE REGULATION OF NICOTINE CONTAINING PRODUCTS Introduction 1. We are writing to consult you on whether to bring all nicotine containing products (NCPs) – with the exception of tobacco and tobacco products – within the medicines
  • 1 Feb, 2010
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New Euro Standards Announced

New Standards for Ecigarette Liquid Refills. Package should have labeling with: A full colour label. Batch date Lot Number A 1.5mm by 1.5mm  
  • 22 Apr, 2007
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