The Canadian Vaping Association issued a press release Wednesday revealing its concern in regards to the proposed federal ban on flavored vape products.
According to the association, the main trouble lies in the spiking interest in do-it-yourself e-liquid.
Earlier, around 100,000 Canadians told the government that this kind of ban may force them to start smoking again. Hence, thousands of vapers have visited internet forums trying to learn how to make their own e-liquid – all in the effort to stay tobacco-free.
The Canadian Vaping Association is worried that inexperienced mixers may use harmful ingredients that pose a serious risk to their health.
Because, even though flavorings and glycerin are legal and easily accessible and e-liquid is simple to produce, not all flavorings or …