So whats this mean in regards to our nicotine?
The regs need to be looked over. They were just released today. My guess is nothing since it is a FDA approved product. You better worry more about your equipment being you blend your own juice. Those who don’t blend just may be up shitz creek without a paddle. They still do not take effect yet so maybe something might happen between now and then. There’s still HR2058…
I am buying some DNA200 boards. Fuck em. I will make my own mods!
I’m not a lawyer, but I’m no dummy either. From what I’ve read so far, there is more than a good chance that our vaping “landscape” will look very different come this August. CASAA has a team reviewing the deeming rules, and its related laws and regulations. I’m anxious about what they’ll reveal to us.
Although I’m not panicking just yet, I am stocking up on 10% PG nic base (100mg/ml) in bulk. I’m going to keep it in the freezer, and only dole out in a 30ml bottle to use as necessary. I bought a gallon today, and I’ll likely buy more over the next several months. I’d rather be able to mix, and use my stash of hardware than be forced to use Blus or some such lame device. I’ll be stocking up on some coils too.
Good bye to all the small “gourmet” mixing shops…RIP
Also, your LVS that custom mixes, may no longer be able to do so.
"(Comment 25) One comment stated that e-cigarettes have two variables–the ratio of the
propylene glycol to vegetable glycerin and the level of nicotine in the product–which would
result in many combinations and, therefore, require submission of numerous, very costly PMTAs
for products that have very minor variations. In contrast, one comment noted that the lower
number of ingredients in e-cigarettes means that less information will be required in PMTAs for
e-cigarettes than for other products.
(Response) The requirements and costs of a PMTA may vary based on the type and
complexity of the product. Variations in the ratio of ingredients, such as propylene glycol and
glycerin, would indicate that products have different levels of each of these ingredients. As
stated in section 910(a)(1)(B) of the FD&C Act, any change in an ingredient level, as with
additions or removal of ingredients, yields a new tobacco product." pp.81-82
Thank you for this link. I just signed.
Just signed it.
I just signed it
Just signed it.
Big Tobacco thinks it won. It didn’t win with me.
That is a good idea.
Signed and sent
I’m venting here because if not I’m going to blow my stack on people not involved in the fight. What is WRONG with the FDA! They need to be dismantled! I’m so sick to my heart right now I want to kick someone in the face!
“…in the FACE!”
I couldn’t Resist
It’s time to vent everywhere. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, any and all popular media outlets. The fight is on people !!!
Absolutely. This is war.
I know Mark…effin stupid. The first time I ever honed in on this idiotic shit (late to the game as I was) I was dumbfounded and demonstrated absurdity by being absurd