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Good to see and hear you Caroline. Thanks.
Who produced this, and can someone ask if they mind if I share this out through a petition update?
Caroline says: E-cigarettes DO CONTAIN nicotine...
So, even if you are vaping 0mg/ml ?
I have added a link to this video onto my vapin' page, and I shared it with some of my friends (who are actually my friends that I personally know) and family on Facebook.
From what I understand, 0mg per ml eliquid might contain trace (as in almost undetectable) amounts of nicotine. I would assume this factor changes based on flavor and manufacturer, though there might be (and probably is) some other reasons.
While nicotine works against diseases like colitis ulcerosa, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Crohn disease, schizophrenia, etc.
In that case, the flavorings you buy for food, the PG used in asthma inhalers, the VG used in cake frostin, and the metal tubes used for various other non-vape stuff might contain nicotine also.
ETA: Oh, wait. I understand. You mean the people who mix it might transfer some from other ingredients they're handling. OK. Maybe, although not likely.
No worries here, I make my own.
That is probably the case. I recollect some old article's (2014ish?) that stated some 0mg eliquids did in fact contain small amounts of nicotine. I don't have the links, but I read posts made here that do have the links. I probably should've worded my earlier post like 'some 0mg per ml eliquid might', instead of '0mg per ml eliquid might', which implies (or can be taken as) all.
Isn't that like saying ice cream might contain salmonella?
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