Harvard Research Reveals Electronic Cigarette Liquid Seasoning Associated With Lung Disease



The study of the advantages and disadvantages of electronic cigarettes or vape was being carried out, especially with people who market it as a method to quit smoking. Finally, in one research from Harvard, they found that about 75% liquid seasoning used in electronic cigarettes contain diacetyl.

Diacetyl is a flavoring agent that can be said to be safe to eat, but breathing at high volume can lead to lung problems.

From research at Harvard, it involves more than 51 flavors of market leading brands, and at least one of the chemicals identified in 47 of the 51 flavoring tested. The highest attendance was Diacetyl where the quantity of use is more than what is prescribed in the laboratory stage.

Lately, many of which focused on the issue only in flavor vape nicotine, and ignoring some other things. While many market condiment vape with diacetyl level as in the food, but it does not seem like it safe to be sucked every day.

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[Via: Havard]

3 comments:

  1. Really? I don't believe it, e cigarettes are the best! I don't think there is anything bad with them at all. I got my CloudCig about 3 years ago and never looked back.

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    1. 3 years in vaping and you already stop cigarattes?

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