Benzene Found in E-cig Vapors

News   Mar 14, 2017 | Original story from Portland State University

 
Benzene Found in E-cig Vapors
 
 
 
 

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Herman Rutner | Mar 15, 2017

Benzene in ecig vapors at low ppm at unreasonable max temp setting is foolish attention grabbing hype inappropriate in a scientific report considering the fact also mentioned in the report of 50 to 100 times higher levels of benzene in regular cigs and that fumes from gasoline breathed during fillups contains 1% or 10,000 ppm benzene! And non vaping ecigs containing only pure nicotine without toxic carriers would be an excellent rec drug, also a psychic energizer and mood lifter...with minimal addictive side effects.


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