Ejuice potential damages but authorities still at sea

Try as they might, ant-smoking lobbyists just can’t get it right. They cannot influence the powers that be to ban e-smoking or at least restrict it as was finally done with traditional and, as it turns out, extremely harmful and dangerous habits of tobacco smoking. There is still no conclusive evidence that the smoking of electronic cigarettes, no matter what form it is produced in or what flavor the smoker chooses to enjoy or even the e-cigarette’s nicotine contents, can and will kill the smoker.

In fact, the designers, manufacturers, purveyors and leading and authoritative and related trade bodies are already ahead of the game. This is indicative of initiative that a commander in chief can only smile at. All responsibility is exercised telling consumers ahead of time that there are still indeed risks associated with electronic cigarette smoking. The biggest and most obvious fact remains that nicotine, included in most ejuice solutions, no matter how minimal it’s content in comparison to tobacco products, remains an addictive substance.


Ejuice also contains no nicotine at all, leaving it up to the smoker to benefit from his or her rightful freedom to choose. The choice remains with the consumer to reduce the harmful effects of smoking as far as possible or to continue to indulge in varying degrees to help cater for esthetic and aesthetic needs as well as staving off painful withdrawal symptoms that could do damage equivalent to a nuclear explosion, all in the mind, of course.

To this day, the science is still not clear as to whether the ultrafine particles produced in ejuice will ever health effects on the scale as those already experienced by many millions of smokers from around the world that remain mired with their tobacco packs and tobacco cigarettes otherwise known as cancer sticks.