FDA’s Double Standards

One of the FDA’s concerns was the Diethylene Glycol Content.  The content found was a trace amount.
An interesting fact is that Diethylene glycol is listed as a “non-tobacco” ingredient in Philip Morris brand cigarettes according to their website, and has been used for the last 100 years because they state it is better for your throat.

If you want to protect your access to the electronic cigarette, write your assembly men and women immediately and voice your opinion.

The full story will be sent via email in SmartFixx May Newsletter.

3 Responses to “FDA’s Double Standards”

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