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Vaping in Canada – survey report

Vaping is a legal alternative method of delivering nicotine to the organism. At the same time, it is less risky than smoking. Although vaping in Canada is not prohibited, individual Canadian provinces have their own restrictions and rules regarding the sale of vaping products. The restrictions on e-liquids and vaping equipment in different Canadian provinces mainly concern the nicotine content in e-liquids. Moreover, some provinces have also banned flavored e-liquids apart from such flavours like tobacco, menthol, and mint.

Vaping in Canada – vape chart

In January 2021 ECigIntelligence with the help of the Canadian Vaping Association (CVA) conducted research on a group of vapers. The respondents were asked about the brands’ awareness, favorite equipment, interest in given products, as […]

Nicotine pouches – 8 things you need to know about it

Nicotine pouches are gaining more and more popularity also in European Union. What exactly are nicotine pouches and how do they relate to the e-cigarette and e-liquid industry? What is the difference between nicotine pouches and snus? You will find the answers to these and other questions regarding nicotine pouches in the article below.

1. How nicotine pouches are different from snus?

Traditional snus (brown snus, snuff) is a moist tobacco product popular in Scandinavia. It looks like tobacco wrapped in a cellulose bag, resembling a tiny bag of tea. Sometimes it is referred to as ‘snuff’. Traditional product is made of a mixture of dried tobacco leaves and salt, which is moistened with hot steam. The finished product contains about 50% water and should be kept in the fridge. There is also a version […]

Strong criticism of experts on WHO lack of support for tobacco harm reduction methods

Due to World No Tobacco Day, WHO has launched a misleading campaign presenting tobacco harm reduction methods in a negative way. Independent experts say that without supporting less harmful methods of delivering nicotine WHO “will squander the opportunity to avoid millions of premature deaths that will be caused by smoking”*

The threaths of smoking

World No Tobacco Day was established by WHO in 1987 due to the growing number of addicts and patients with illnesses caused by smoking. The holiday is an opportunity to draw the attention of the whole world to the prevalence of smoking and its negative health effects. World No Tobacco Day is also intended to encourage a 24-hour period of abstinence from all forms of tobacco consumption around the world. According to WHO data, almost 8 million people die each year due to smoking […]

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