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E-cigs vs. T-cigs

Electronic cigarettes may be less harmful in the UK than cigarettes but may still be dangerous. Under which circumstances should a person use ecigs? Will they fill your body with plastic?

Electronic cigarettes can contain propylene glycol or vegetable glycerine with nicotine (and in at least two cases polyethylene glycol 400) to form a solution that when heated by an atomizer, produces a visible vapour that provides nicotine to the bloodstream via the lungs when inhaled.

Electronic cigarettes have not been studied enough by scientists in laboratories to form conclusive evidence that their use is either beneficial or harmful to humans. However, some are concerned that unknown side-effects could occur with continuous, consistent use of electronic cigarettes, including cancer.

Behaviour surrounding their use is worrisome because e-cigs are being used habitually by a percentage of non-smokers who otherwise would not use nicotine, they may seem attractive to children, they are not closely regulated, and their use makes it very easy to overdose on nicotine even for experienced smokers.

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The entering into force of the requirements of the European tobacco products directive in Estonia made e-cigarette seller Nicorex Baltic destroy 19,000 bottles of e-cigarette liquid worth €135 000, as the packaging size did not meet the new requirements.

The liquids were actually in order, had undergone laboratory testing and met the new requirements, but their packaging did not have the necessary warnings on them and the boxes did not contain instructions.

Nicorex said that the transition period allowed by the government was too short, as the shelf life of the liquids was two years, but the length of the transition period only one year.

At the same time, Nicorex welcomed the requirement that the liquids have to undergo laboratory testing and that both the equipment and liquids must be registered in a single European database.

Nicorex described the restrictions concerning the size of packaging as unreasonable, as they increased the ecological footprint.

The transition period under the new tobacco law arising from the European tobacco products directive will end on May 20, after which the stricter requirements will apply to e-cigarettes in full.

Liquids can't be sold in containers bigger than 10 ml, they can't contain more nicotine than 20 milligrams per milliliter, and the vaporizer can't be bigger than 2 ml.

The packaging needs to include a leaflet, instructions, a batch number, a date, and a warning that nicotine is an addictive substance.

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The entering into force of the requirements of the European tobacco products directive in Estonia made e-cigarette seller Nicorex Baltic destroy 19,000 bottles of e-cigarette liquid worth €135 000, as the packaging size did not meet the new requirements.

The liquids were actually in order, had undergone laboratory testing and met the new requirements, but their packaging did not have the necessary warnings on them and the boxes did not contain instructions.

Nicorex said that the transition period allowed by the government was too short, as the shelf life of the liquids was two years, but the length of the transition period only one year.

At the same time, Nicorex welcomed the requirement that the liquids have to undergo laboratory testing and that both the equipment and liquids must be registered in a single European database.

Nicorex described the restrictions concerning the size of packaging as unreasonable, as they increased the ecological footprint.

The transition period under the new tobacco law arising from the European tobacco products directive will end on May 20, after which the stricter requirements will apply to e-cigarettes in full.

Liquids can't be sold in containers bigger than 10 ml, they can't contain more nicotine than 20 milligrams per milliliter, and the vaporizer can't be bigger than 2 ml.

The packaging needs to include a leaflet, instructions, a batch number, a date, and a warning that nicotine is an addictive substance.


 

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