Regulating of E-Cigarettes What are ENDS? (Important) (Download PDF)

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Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) known as e-cigarettes emits nicotine, addictive component of tobacco products. Nicotine can have effects on development of foetus during pregnancy & contribute to heart disease.

Image of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems

Image of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems

Image of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems

  • Nicotine is a function as ‘tumour promoter’, involved in biology of malignant disease & neurodegeneration.

  • Nicotine may harm brain development potentially leading to learning & anxiety disorders.

Suggest the no smoking only cigarate but E-cigarettes premises

Suggest the No Smoking Only Cigarate but E-cigarettes Premises

Suggest the no smoking only cigarate but E-cigarettes premises

Harmful Substance in E-Cigarette:

  • Propylene glycol

  • Glycerol

  • Nicotine

  • Aldehydes

  • Nitrosamines

  • Heavy metals

Rules of E-Cigarette

  • Better safety requirements

  • Requirements related to:

    • Type of e-cigarettes that may be sold

    • Way nicotine is delivered

    • Maximum volume of refillable reservoirs

    • Child-proof packaging

  • Requirements for liquid used

  • Labelling requirements of compulsory package leaflet on harmful effects & warnings.

What Are E-Cigarettes?

  • Electronic cigarette simulates the feeling of tobacco smoking by heating a liquid to generate an aerosol, commonly called a “vapour” that the user inhales.

  • Using e-cigarettes is sometimes called vaping.

- Published/Last Modified on: June 1, 2018

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