Did you take up vaping (E Cigarettes) in an attempt to quit smoking?
Were you told vaping was a safer option than tobacco smoking?
Did you start smoking electronic cigarettes because of ‘peer group pressure’?
Did you know that the multi-national tobacco companies want you to quit tobacco smoking and take-up vaping electronic cigarettes?
Why? So you will preserve the smoking habit and become dependent on their own vaping products. That way they can make billion$ every year with low tax profits.
Are you having difficulty ‘cutting down’ or quitting vaping E Cigarettes.
Q. Did you switch to vaping E Cigarettes to escape nicotine?
A. The labels tell lies. Dr Kelso from the University of Wollongong, analyses biomolecules (DNA, Proteins) and small molecules. She has analyzed hundreds of E Cigarette brands sold to children in Australia, to discover their chemical content. Dr Kelso reported none of the brands she tested had listed any nicotine content. (Nicotine can only be sold if a prescription has been issued by a licensed Australian Doctor of Medicine.) However, Dr Kelso found nicotine in every sample tested. In other words, all of the hundreds of Vape products tested had left nicotine off the content labels (illegally) to mislead end users….. that’s you!
What is more, Dr Kelso found the nicotine levels to be as high as they can be without physically burning the throat of vapers. Nicotine levels are higher than in tobacco cigarettes. Nicotine is a poison and a cancer-causing carcinogen.
Q. Are children and adolescents responding to social media advertising for vapes?
A. VicHealth chief executive health officer Sandro Demaio said companies were targeting youth by using social media to market vaping products to young people. Parents are usually unaware this is happening to their children.
Australian health experts have demanded tougher import laws to help control the illicit sale of vape products to children. ‘Why on earth would you be marketing bubble gum flavored vapes with pink unicorns on them except to appeal to children, young children?” said Australian Federal Health Minister Mark Butler. Controls will include quickly pushing through regulations to control fruity flavoring, labelling designed to appeal to children (correct nicotine levels and health warnings) and product designed to children.
Q. Did you switch to vaping E Cigarettes so you quit tobacco smoking?
A. A study by the Queen Mary University of London and published in the New England Journal of Medicine into the effectiveness of Nicotine Replacement Therapies (NRT) such as patches, gum, lozenges and sprays, and nicotine E-Cigarettes has found;
- More than 80 percent of E-Cigarette users had relapsed back into smoking tobacco again, within a year.
- 8 out of 10 e-cigarette users who quit tobacco smoking successfully, and did not relapse, were still vaping at the end of the 12 months trial. They had simply transferred their bad habit from one to the other. They did not overcome it.
- So fewer than 2 in every one hundred people in the study quit tobacco smoking AND vaping. I think that is a very poor outcome, when ‘cold turkey’ can get a 5 percent success rate.
- How can doctors justify writing a prescription based on the results of this and other research?
Q. Did you think vaping E Cigarettes was safer than tobacco smoking?
A. Because E Cigarettes are still relatively new, no one really knows the answer to that question yet. Researches are monitoring the health status of smokers long term to get a clear answer. The evidence is pointing the wrong direction for those who support the vaping industry. Simon Chapman, emeritus professor of public health at Sydney University, recently told the media “It will take decades before we know whether or not vaping is less dangerous than smoking, and by how much, if at all.” Since that statement by Professor Chapman further research is confirming, without any doubt, that chemicals found in vaping liquids are dangerous. Around 2,000 potentially harmful industrial compounds have been identified in vaping liquid produced by Juul Labs (part owned by BAT and Altria), British American Tobacco (BAT), ITG Brands and Mi-One Brands, according to a study of four popular brands by researchers at Johns Hopkins University. Researchers also found caffeine and nicotine in non-nicotine barns. They also found Isophorone which is a cause of depression.
Curtin University respiratory physiologist Dr Alexander Larcombe studied 65 common liquids used in vapes and found carcinogenic and other harmful ingredients. They found polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), which have been linked to lung, bladder and gastrointestinal cancers. The researchers also found “dangerously high levels” of lung irritant benzaldehyde, which is added to vapes to give them an almond flavor, in almost every sample tested. Researchers detected the chemical 2-chlorophenol in about half the samples tested, which is commonly used in disinfectants and pesticides.
The vape industry is in bed with the tobacco industry. The tobacco companies own the patents. They share in the profits.
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