Exhaled Vapor is Equivalent to Second Hand Smoke
In 2014, The Huffington Post wrote a piece on the possible dangers of secondhand vapor. They examined an admittedly small study by Wolfgang Schober of the Bavarian Health and Food Safety Authority that found exhaled vapor hurt the indoor air quality and increased the concentration of nicotine, PAHs, and aluminum in the room. Well, sure: if you're hanging out in a vape shop with 10 other people puffing away, it might get a little hazy. But for the average Joe that doesn't vape, it won't affect them since it dissipates almost instantly and the amount of nicotine released is minute. You'll get more nicotine in your system if you eat an eggplant.
Vape pens are marketed to children
As ridiculous as it sounds, opponents are wholeheartedly convinced that vapes are being marketed directly to children. Kids can only get so much money from mom and dad, right?
Officials are convinced that the variety of flavors are "an insidious strategy to addict our children to nicotine." Also they "think it's candy and want to ingest it," ultimately poisoning themselves. But kids also eat toy soldiers which I can only imagine taste like dirt.
There are no regulations in vaping
Ok, technically this may be true, but the FDA is heavily involved in vaping, calling for a ban on flavors while they perform testing on their impacts to the human body, as well as requesting lower levels of nicotine in e-liquids. Believe it or not, the FDA’s involvement is happily received by most, as companies believe FDA regulations will make the entire vaping community safer and more legitimate. Public health and safety are big concerns for Nutrovape, so any ingredients they use for their devices are third party tested and extremely high-quality. All their US made oils are FDA approved.