The argument that [vaping] appeals to youth and is directed solely at them is false
TORONTO (PRWEB) November 18, 2019
180Smoke Vape Shop has interviewed Dr. Gopal Bhatnagar, a leading Canadian cardiac surgeon and head of cardiovascular surgery unit at the Trillium Health Centre on the recent vaping health crisis and his opinion on the political response across North America. He provides expert insight from a medical perspective on how vaping is used by smokers and clinicians as a cessation tool.
Dr. Bhatnagar stresses that the condemnation of vaping is a regressive step for society and calls out the media for not clearly identifying the difference between vaping eliquid and THC, which has influenced policy and regulations.
According to the latest CDC research, vitamin E acetate is a “chemical of concern” and was found in all of the patients who suffered from vaping related lung injuries. Vitamin E acetate might be used “as a thickening agent” in THC products.
A flavor ban would alienate 87% of vapers who do not prefer to vape tobacco or flavorless eliquids according to a recent study by 180Smoke. This user demographics study and associated infographic, revealed that the proposed Trump flavor ban would limit vapers to flavors that are preferred by only 13% of users. Experts believe that this could discourage others from considering vaping as an alternative nicotine delivery system.
The study also shows that younger people do not vape in larger numbers, and that the majority of those surveyed used to smoke and now only vape.
Founded by Boris Giller and Ashutosh Jha, 180Smoke is a vape shop and online store that offers e-cigarettes, vaporizers, and vape liquids. According to leading Canadian heart surgeon, Dr Gopal Bhatnagar, the vaping flavor ban proposed by Trump is incredibly dangerous.