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    What's Happening to Juul?

    What's Happening to Juul?

    Grab onto your vape devices everyone! The government is on the attack again! They are trying to take vaping off the market from one of the biggest in the business…Juul!  

    The news broke on June 22nd. “The U.S. The Food and Drug Administration is preparing to order Juul Labs Inc. to take its e-cigarettes off the market in the United States, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.”  

    While White Horse Vapor sympathizes with Juul’s latest predicament and how unfair this is, we urge our friends and customers not to resort to smoking cigarettes again, whatever you do! We are here for you in full force and ready to take up the slack if Juul was your brand of choice!  

    We have thousands of different brands and flavors on VAPEWH.com just waiting for you to enjoy. Make the seamless transition to obtaining the vapes you love from us! You should also consider stocking up on extras as one never knows which companies will be targeted next.  

    White Horse Vapor is here for you! Continue to puff-- but just in case, make sure you buy enough!

    Facts

    Vaping is 95% Safer Than Smoking Tobacco

    Vaping is 95% Safer Than Smoking Tobacco - White Horse Vapor

    Is vaping actually 95% safer than smoking? The answer is yes and there's scientific evidence supported by leading health organizations to prove it.

    Public Health England (the English Government Public Health Agency) and The Royal College of Physicians reached the same conclusion after conducting comprehensive, independent reviews of e-cigarettes in 2015, 2016, and 2018. 

    The Royal College of Physicians concluded, "... the available data suggest that they are unlikely to exceed 5% of those associated with smoking tobacco products, and may well be substantially lower than this figure."

    To summarize, The Royal College of Physicians, a British professional membership body dedicated to improving the practice of medicine, states that vaping is 95% safer than smoking traditional cigarettes. 

    To even prove their scientific research even further, the same 95% figure had been estimated by an international expert panel assembled by the Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs in 2014. Their studies included 12 products and 14 harm criteria. 

    In the United States, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, made a statement that e-cigarettes and vaping are "far less harmful" but did not give an exact percentage. Even though an exact figure wasn't presented, it's SAFE to assume that vaping is indeed much more safer than smoking cigarettes and provides a a glimpse of the realistic level of risk which is meaningful for smokers looking to switch.

    How Was The 95% Figure Reached?

    Almost all the harm from smoking a traditional cigarette comes from the inhalation of smoke and tar. Not to mention the thousands of other chemicals and toxins produced from burning tobacco. Vaping, instead, aerosolizes a liquid with far fewer ingredients without the need for combustion. In return, the risk from vaping is immensely lower than smoking. This is due to the absent of smoke and toxins; which contains lower than 1% in vapor products. The lower levels of toxins result in lower health risks.

    Also, toxins and carcinogens measured in the body of vape users are far lower compared to smokers. It makes sense why there hasn't been one death so far from vaping nicotine only.

    Health improvements from vaping can also be measured compared to smokers; from reduced risk of heart attack and stroke, lower blood pressure, as well as improvements in asthma and emphysema. All-in-all, people feel a lot better and their well being improves when switching over to vape.

    Finally, and one of the most important points, the risk of cancer is estimated to be less than 1% of the risk from smoking combustible cigarettes.