FDA, Johns Hopkins and Portland State University Completed Studies on e-Vapor Safety

The e-Vapor industry, which first came to the U.S. in 2007, has made great strides since our introduction in creating and evolving our products efficacy and safety, that millions of smokers have now embraced as their first viable option to the smoking of tobacco cigarettes-the one product we know kills over 450,000 Americans annually. Since the industry’s inception, many very important health institutions, university’s and other researchers have taken their time and capital to study this fabulous technology and proven that indeed, e-Vapor products are vastly less harmful in composition to its predicate 400+ year old tobacco cigarette.  We would like to make our readers aware of three such completed studies that each have proven scientifically an e-Vapor product when compared to a tobacco cigarette, is vastly less harmful.

The FDA in March of 2009 completed a study called “The Evaluation of e-cigarettes” (http://truthaboutecigs.com/science/1.pdf ) The study tested an e-cig cartridge for levels of tobacco specific nitrosamines (TSN’s) and compared the results to a tobacco cigarette and found that a single e-cig cartridge (which equates to an average of 40 cigarettes) contained  less than 9 TSN’s compared to a tobacco cigarettes 11,190 or 1,400 times less ( http://truthaboutecigs.com/scares_2.php)

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health completed a study comparing found free radicals in cigarette tobacco smoke to e-cigarette vapor and stated “Cigarette smoke contains 1,014 free radicals per puff. e-cigarette vapor contains far fewer free radicals than cigarette smoke — one percent as much. After studying the vapor produced by vaporizing an e-Cigs e-Liquid, Johns Hopkins study concluded that e-Vapor contains 99% less of these free radicals than a tobacco cigarette. (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/02/150204144519.htm)

Portland State University in a study titled “Hidden Formaldehyde in E-Cigarette Aerosols” (http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMc1413069) concluded that when it tested e-Vapor products for levels of Formaldehyde, it found that the e-Vapor product types used by the vast majority of e-cigarette companies, and all of NICMAXX products was “NOT DETECTED” in their peer reviewed study. Said lead Professor David Peyton when critics reviewed his study “It is exceedingly frustrating to me that we are being associated with saying that e-cigarettes are more dangerous than cigarettes-that is a fact not in evidence.

We would like to address our readers and make them aware of these and other studies by highly respected institutions.  Since 2007 there have been over 45+ studies done on e-Cigarettes and e-Vapor products of all kinds and in not one has there ever been found in any test or study any constituent at any level harmful to humans.

Please review our Instagram account for a chart that of these tests:http://instagram.com/nicmaxx/

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