Why the FDA Is Playing Catch Up with the Best Electronic Cigarette Products Reviews DigitalSmoke.Org
Austin, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/18/2013 -- There are many cases on the effects of the electronic cigarette such as the story of Jay Altman who had been smoking regular cigarettes for 25 years before realizing that for the sake of his wallet and his health, he had to make changes. And instead of going cold turkey — Jay switched to e cigarettes. And now he claims that he feels better as he traded in his daily pack and a half of cigarettes for a vanilla flavored e cig pack and he says that feels better these days as well as the added bonus of having to save over $100 weekly."My friends have noticed a difference," as "They'll say, 'You smell good,' instead of, 'You stink.'" Altman said
It has been said that the rapid growing electronic cigarette industry owes is future success to claims such as these that are pitching it product as a better and a cheaper alternative to tobacco cigarettes. To date the e cig manufacturers have managed to operate without regulation however there are signs that it is rapidly changing. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration looks set to categorize e cigs as a "tobacco product," a distinction that would give the agency jurisdiction over their marketing, manufacture and sale process. Recently the village of Mundelein just passed an ordinance that bans the sale of e cigarettes to anyone younger than 18, and come Jan. 1 a similar law will be in effect statewide thus making it an offence.