By JAMES WOLFFAENSTEIN The Age/ABC NewsA “tongues in cheek” response to the “toxic” “cigarette tank” craze is back, with one prominent brand launching a new line of “toxin-free” vape products.
In response to criticism that vaping products are “dirty” and are putting people at risk, vape maker eCigarettes is launching a line of products that are 100 per cent toxin-free.
“We are here to tell you that eCigs are 100 percent toxin-Free, so your loved ones won’t need to worry about the fact that they are inhaling the toxins that are in your e-cigarette,” says a company spokesperson.
“It is the highest level of toxin-safe that we’ve ever created.”
“This is a product that is meant to be used responsibly,” the spokesperson continued.
“In our testing, we found no traces of toxicants or carcinogens in any of our products.”
E-cigarettes are safe for both adults and children.
We do not sell nicotine-containing products to children under the age of 13.
“The eCiggarettes spokesperson is adamant that ecigarettes are safer than tobacco, despite a lack of scientific evidence to back up claims.”
Nicotine is a very powerful addictive substance and can be addictive,” he said.”
However, unlike tobacco, nicotine is a non-toxic substance and does not cause cancer or other harmful effects.””
For over 20 years, we’ve been committed to ensuring that e-cigarettes and e-liquid products are made with the highest quality ingredients and ingredients are free from harmful chemicals and toxins.
“What you need to know about e-liquidsWhen e-coli is spread through e-cig liquids, it can cause severe breathing problems.”
When people are exposed to e-juice, the airway is severely constricted,” said Dr Paul Larkin, a toxicologist and a senior lecturer in the School of Public Health at James Cook University in Townsville.”
And if that constriction is caused by a toxic substance, then there’s a very high chance that it can also cause respiratory problems.””
People who breathe in those fumes are at risk of developing respiratory conditions.
“The toxins in e-cigs are not as toxic as those found in tobacco, but it’s important to remember that there are no guarantees that ejuice or vaping will not result in serious respiratory problems in people who are exposed.”
I think the concern is that it’s not just the amount of toxins but the quality that we’re talking about, the quality of the nicotine content, and also the level of contaminants that may be present in ejuices or vaping products,” Dr Larkin said.
In fact, eCagarettes is only producing 100 per a batch of its 100-coloured vape liquid.”
Our e-Liquid product is 100 per bottle and we’ve got over 4,000 flavours and all of them are 100-per-bottle,” the company spokesperson said.
However, the eCIGAis not the first company to try and combat the “vapour tank” buzz.
In the past, vape manufacturers have released their own product called the “Vaporizer Tank” to combat concerns about the toxic properties of e-fluids.”
This vape tank has a high level of nicotine and will not kill you,” said the company’s website.”
But it will certainly increase your risk of choking or choking and even lung damage.””
The vapour tank can be used for vaping at home or in your favourite public places.
“The website goes on to warn that the vapour tanks are “not safe for children under 12 years old” and recommends using a different brand of eLiquid for children aged between one and four.”
The flavours and vapour content of our e-Liquids will not contain any toxins or other dangerous substances.
“If you are unsure about which product you should use, ask your doctor or pharmacist,” the site concludes.
“If you think you have asthma or other allergies to eLiquid, you should consult a doctor before using our products.”
The controversy over vaping is not limited to eLiquid.
A “vape tank” is a container of liquid used to store e-waste.
“Vaporizers are dangerous, they can cause cancer, they cause a lot of respiratory problems,” Dr Paul said.
“So we do recommend that people stop using e-Vapor because we do know that it causes health problems.”
E-Cigarette companies have also come under fire for using a “tox” word.
“They’ve got to be really careful and really cautious when they say, ‘Tox’, because we are not saying ‘tox’ in the sense that you can just pour something into it and see that it is safe,”