E-cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, simulate the act of smoking, but they do not burn tobacco. Instead, the e-cigarette is a battery-operated device that works by heating the liquid into vapor, which is then inhaled into the lungs. Using an e-cigarette is sometimes called “vaping.”
The liquid that is used inside an electronic cigarette is called an e-liquid, but it is also known as e-juice or vape juice.
E-liquids can contain nicotine as well as propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin or glycerol, other chemicals (including those used to create flavors), and in some cases water.
E-liquid products may not be properly or accurately labeled, or securely packaged. There is no guarantee that an e-liquid labeled “nicotine-free” will not contain nicotine.
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