e-cigs and some good strength nic..
Simply put, I would become an outlaw.
This requires a New Drug Application (NDA) filed for it. The fact is and you can check the OASIS Disapproval lists of manufactures already being charged with not having this paperwork filed.
Because of this they could stop the import of goods from these companies or any others selling this product. It is a matter of if they choose to proceed with enforcement.
Last edited by Keltrey; 01-21-2009 at 11:28 PM.
Why wait Kaston ... I have a spare room you could move into with me downunder , you can live out your outlaw fantasies now LMAO !!!
The best things in life are never really free and sometimes you have to be patient:)
Last edited by Sun Vaporer; 01-22-2009 at 03:12 AM.
I used to. U.S Army. That is not how I found it though. The FDA Website is useful and so is Google.
I suggest you ready Chapter 5; Section 505 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act.
SEC. 505. [21 USC 355] New Drugs. [Caution: See prospective amendment note below.] (a) Necessity of effective approval of application. No person shall introduce or deliver for introduction into interstate commerce any new drug, unless an approval of an application filed pursuant to subsection (b) or (j) is effective with respect to such drug.
FD&C Act Chapter V, Sections 501-510
I think Keltrey is right, that's the catch, classification is everything, we will be seen as drug importers and users. Drugs are only allowed if medically proven and approved, they are highly regulated.
Trading Standards recently stopped sale of liquid nicotine in the UK for Wicked. They tried to apply a law that exists to regulate poisons but fortunately that didn't cover the strengths our eliquid is supplied in. My understanding is that it was only after lab testing proof was provided that the Trading Standards allowed Wicked back on sale.