The food and drug administration states that close to 100 k, but most experts estimated that 1 million electronic cigarette products have been distributed in the United States, despite the organizations attempt to ban the items entries into the country via U.S. Customs. special interest groups like the American Legacy Foundation are also fixated on removing the e cigarette from the marketplace for illogical and outrageous reasons, including the accusation that they are being advertised toward children thanks to the fact that the cartridges are available in many flavors.
They are saying that the products are being marketed toward children is totally false looking at the truth that most e-cigarette sales are made online and it is rare for web sites to accept checks or money orders as kinds of payment these days. PayPal mandates that a user be 18 to get an account and to be verified, they must have a bank account bound to it. So, two hurdles that require a person be 18 would need to be overtaken by children who have easier admission to tobacco cigarettes.
Another misconception that organizations in the same way as the American Legacy Foundation have is that adults do not have taste buds. Most adults will tell you that they like fruit flavors just as much as children do, so the “flavors = intended for children” argument loses validity there.
Some organizations are convinced that it could draw children into the characteristic of smoking, but e-cigarette kits run any place from$50 to $150, dependent on the brand purchased. Tobacco cigarettes are simply$5 a pack and it’s more feasible for kids to get their hands on grandpa’s $5 smokes than Mom’s $150 e-cigarette.
Then there is the supposed risk of nicotine poisoning. E-cigarette refill cartridges are no more probable to cause nicotine poisoning than tobacco cigarettes and it has been observed on numerous medical sites that children go to the emergency room day in and day out because they ate cigarettes or cigarette butts. Consumers are being warned by many e-cigarette producers to keep e-liquid out of the reach of children and pets, similar to they are warned to keep cigarettes out of reach. There is no elevated risk of nicotine poisoning, either for the user or for kids and pets.
Even concerns about inhaling nicotine have surfaced, even though nicotine has been inhaled in cigarettes for centuries and through inhalators that have been in the market since the 1990′s. The safety of nicotine inhalers has not been questioned to the level that e-cigarettes has.
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