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Mint, menthol e-cigarette liquids high in cancer-causing compound: study

By Linda Carroll

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e-cigarettes are bad for sure, but it probably caused a loss in normal cigarettes consumption that they didnt pay off a big bribe this year and they blamed it on e-cigarettes.

The levels of pulegone, a carginogenic constituent of mint plant oil, that are inhaled by e-cigarette users are as much as 1,000 times higher than those taken in by smokers of menthol cigarette

so now the "FDA" is saying that normal cigarette are safer than e-cigarettes and people are safe smoking?

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Vaping is a major health hazard....

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