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E liquid Safety in India

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  • E liquid Safety in India

    Just wondering if there is anyone here who has done any independent testing of Indian vendors e liquids and checked if it's safe to vape. Tried looking in the forum for e liquid safety post but didn't come across any. Another reason is that I don't want to be ordering from overseas and having to deal with customs and stuff so it would be nice if there was a local manufacturer who has all their juices tested by independent labs. So if there are any links of studies please let me know.

  • #2
    Re: E liquid Safety in India

    Most of e-liquid contains only 4 main ingredient. PG/VG , flavoring and nicotine.
    Getting all juices to be tested by independent labs need millions of dollar.

    If converting from cigarette to vaping, does cigarette have independent lab test that it's safe? Do you know all 4000+ ingredients in the cigarette?

    Just some information sharing and open for discussion


    • #3
      Re: E liquid Safety in India

      No idea about millions of dollars spent but I do know that most well know e liquid brands have all their liquids tested. Testing is mostly done on the flavoring looking for diacetyl, diacetyl analogues, Acetoin, Acetyl Propionyl, 2, 3-Pentanedione, Diethylene Glycol, Ketone, Aldehyde, or Hexane, heavy metals, mercury, lead, chromium and cadmium. Although there is research done that e liquids are much safer than conventional cigarettes, wouldn't it be way better that we start off safe from the very start?