In a nutshell it seems, as mentioned in THIS article that merely report the facts, that some liquids have been investigated and found in them the presence of lead, cadmium, chromium and arsenic, as regards some of these substances, it's obvious that they are the concentrations of these elements have to be analyzed in the sense that these concentrations are similar in other foodstuffs (D.Lgsl. Jan. 25, 1992 n. 107). Perhaps not since emerged from out of hand, it could be that of eliquid Want2Vape with the relative concentration of arsenic (in this regard comes to my mind, but I could be wrong, that these liquids are made with a maceration of tobacco in PG
[? !] and hence the delivery of certain substances, repeat, it is my guess).
Too bad that kind of news, of course, create alarmism and generalizations that are all but reassuring for consumers, especially for the way in which they are disclosed to consumers who do not filter out the actual substance....
....So guys, to conclude, it is fair to talk about it, it is right to analyze, it is right that an increasing regulations for consumer protection, but as we always say, it is right to do it with tools and knowledge of the facts that are not support to misinformation and alarmism, but always say the actual state of things.