EU vote on electronic cigarettes ‘makes no sense’

E-cigarette maker targets Colorado

Users of e-cigarettes (known as vapers) have protested, arguing that through e-cigarettes they were able to kick the tobacco habit. By Martin Banks in Brussels 4:18PM BST 14 Jul 2013 The vote was intended to make tobacco smoking less attractive to young people through mandatory warnings, minimum pack sizes, and rules on flavourings. However, the revision of the EU ‘Tobacco Products Directive’ would classify most e-cigarettes as a medicinal product, despite the fact that in the UK alone 25 percent of all attempts to kick the habit are made using e-cigarettes, making them the most popular aid. The European Commission had proposed that e-cigarettes containing 4 milligrammes or more of nicotine must be classed as medicinal products but an EU parliamentary committee went further, voting to classify all e-cigarettes as pharmaceuticals, regardless of the nicotine content. Users of e-cigarettes (known as vapers) have protested, arguing that through e-cigarettes they were able to kick the tobacco habit.
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Tech-Cigarette ( EMAILWIRE.COM , July 15, 2013 ) Dallas, Texas — Tech-Cigarette.com offers comments on how much do electronic cigarettes cost , as this information is very important for helping smokers to achieve their smoke related goals with utmost ease. The price of electronic cigarettes is of vital importance as without that the budget conscious smokers would never really be able to figure out how they can manage to taste the best smokeless cigarettes without disrupting their monthly budgets in any way. As per Tech-Cigarette spokespersons, The cost of electronic cigarettes varies from brand to brand, nonetheless, almost all the top brands offer their starter kits well within the $100 range. In case, you wish to opt for a high end starter kit, then you may need to pay $50 extra, which implies that you would get the best possible starter kit that has all the goodies within the $160 mark. It also needs to be noticed that the refill of an e cigarette costs a meager $2.00 or at the maximum $3.00 (for high end versions) on an average, whereas a pack of regular cigarettes (which in turn is equivalent to a pack of regular cigarettes), costs $6.00 on an average. Hence, when the cost of cigarettes is compared with the cost of e cigs, you end up saving at least 50% of the original monthly smoking bill. When tech-cigarette review team interviewed Ted Bosch, a regular smoker, he said, The prices of e cig starter kits have reduced by almost $50.00 in the year 2013, as most top vapor cigarette brands have decided to reduce the prices of their starter kits.
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How much do Electronic Cigarettes Cost? Tech-Cigarette Throws Light on this Situation

They actually are battery-operated inhalers that turn nicotine into a vapor. The liquid, or E-Juice that is vaporized can carry a range of tasty-sounding flavors such as cotton candy and peach and names like Bikini Martini and Choco Loco. E-cigarettes arent smoked, they are vaped. Studies long have determined that nicotine is as addictive as heroin and cocaine, leaving health officials such as Walton concerned. If children see e-cigarettes as popular and fun and start using them, that can lead to a lifetime of nicotine addiction, she said.
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