“Do E-Cigarettes Really Contain Antifreeze?” [Yes they do]

“In 2009, the American Food and Drug Administration tested just 18 e-liquid cartridges from 2  electronic cigarette companies, and was quick to report that one sample contained diethylene glycol, a chemical used in industrial antifreeze that is toxic to humans.

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In 2009, the American Food and Drug Administration tested just 18 e-liquid cartridges from 2  electronic cigarette companies, and was quick to report that one sample contained diethylene glycol, a chemical used in industrial antifreeze that is toxic to humans. – See more at: http://vaperanks.com/do-e-cigarettes-really-contain-antifreeze/#sthash.TesVqhFK.dpuf

In 2009, the American Food and Drug Administration tested just 18 e-liquid cartridges from 2  electronic cigarette companies, and was quick to report that one sample contained diethylene glycol, a chemical used in industrial antifreeze that is toxic to humans. – See more at: http://vaperanks.com/do-e-cigarettes-really-contain-antifreeze/#sthash.TesVqhFK.dpufv v

In 2009, the American Food and Drug Administration tested just 18 e-liquid cartridges from 2  electronic cigarette companies, and was quick to report that one sample contained diethylene glycol, a chemical used in industrial antifreeze that is toxic to humans. – See more at: http://vaperanks.com/do-e-cigarettes-really-contain-antifreeze/#sthash.TesVqhFK.dpuf

In 2009, the American Food and Drug Administration tested just 18 e-liquid cartridges from 2  electronic cigarette companies, and was quick to report that one sample contained diethylene glycol, a chemical used in industrial antifreeze that is toxic to humans. – See more at: http://vaperanks.com/do-e-cigarettes-really-contain-antifreeze/#sthash.TesVqhFK.dpuf
Let’s start at the beginning. In 2009, the American Food and Drug Administration tested just 18 e-liquid cartridges from 2  electronic cigarette companies, and was quick to report that one sample contained diethylene glycol, a chemical used in industrial antifreeze – See more at: http://vaperanks.com/do-e-cigarettes-really-contain-antifreeze/#sthash.TesVqhFK.dpuf
Let’s start at the beginning. In 2009, the American Food and Drug Administration tested just 18 e-liquid cartridges from 2  electronic cigarette companies, and was quick to report that one sample contained diethylene glycol, a chemical used in industrial antifreeze – See more at: http://vaperanks.com/do-e-cigarettes-really-contain-antifreeze/#sthash.TesVqhFK.dpuf”
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