It comes the recommendation to give the percentage composition of all e-liquides and we are on the dock to take that train! More information for consumers, its going in the right direction in our view.
Following is complicated because it becomes science and we do not know on which they are based. Limit to 18mg/ml nicotine levels and the capacity 30 ml and 40 mg nicotine / cartridges: no problem Kyozen are the limits we know. But why? What scientific support for these values?
The final recommendations include encouragement to new safety studies including long-term , which seems indeed crucial. But he slipped ban vapoter in places where it is forbidden to smoke and there it gets complicated from our point of view. Indeed, studies have shown the absence of passive vapote and references of the team of Prof.
Dautzenberg have not renewed, there is no evidence of scientific studies in this direction and the recommendations would so rather political and societal.
It is feared the confusion between traditional cigarettes and electronic cigarettes, there are fears the incentive for non-smokers, while a British study shows the opposite.
Noting the lack of regulation is to follow ( and we are thrilled! ) Recommendations to protect minors, non-smokers , pregnant women and to regulate the e-cigarette. There, they will begin to please everyone keeping open the status of the electronic cigarette (consumer products and / or drugs) and position against the European directive asking the pharmaceutical status from 4mg/ml.
Whew! What a great idea! Then come the questions about the category Product Referring Tobacco (PET) good not as terrible name remains to be seen what is in store for him in this category