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- Sep 20, 2018
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The mixture depends on the fluid being used. For example, not all fluids have nicotine, despite that being the drum anti-vapers want to beat.I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that, despite most of the hype in vaping centering around the claim that "it's just water", the fact is that it's not just water, it's a solution of water plus nicotine and various flavoring, scent, and coloring chemicals whose cumulative effect when coating airways and lung tissues over the long term was unknown when vaping took off. They could have any number of possible health effects.
The flavoring is pretty much anything. Anything food-based and already FDA approved I would guess is safe but when you use random chemicals who knows what you will
The base itself also varies, it can be either propylene glycol or vegetable glycerin.
While we are leaning to an insane level of regulation I would agree some standards should be in there. Like a list of ingredients and if you choose from that you get to say you met that safety standard. Anything else you do not get to use it and would have to label what it contains.