Studies to prove E-cig is safe.

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Studies to prove E-cig is safe.

Post by chinoy » Fri Aug 22, 2014 3:59 pm

Every time I see in the news a comment which goes use of e-cig is not safe.
There are no studies to prove e-cig is safe. Its utter bull shit.
So let us compile a list of studies and post it here.
No need to chit chat each post should just be a new link to a study or medical paper.
When we have enough studies we will draft a letter to Mr. modi with all the studies and send it to him. With a copy to the health dept.

The sad thing is that mos tof the rules pertaining to e-cig use in India where all formulated over 8 years ago. And they where pretty good. And open minded at the time.


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Re: Studies to prove E-cig is safe.

Post by chinoy » Sun Aug 24, 2014 3:21 am

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140818/n ... ment-54489

Let us come up with a plan of action.

1. Let us setup an online petition that people can sign and send it to PM and Health Ministry.
2. Let us collect as much data as we can in the form of papers / studies / our own stories.
3. Let us use our contacts in Meida and the political system to get our voices heard.

I would really like to know who these experts are that gave such stupid outlandish advise.

My 2 cents get your gear and juice lines up you have been warned.
Once the rules change which has already happened you can forget about clearing stuff thru customs.

I worry about my pending orders. With Fast Tech and other sites.

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Re: Studies to prove E-cig is safe.

Post by chinoy » Mon Aug 25, 2014 5:07 pm

This is the link which tells us about what our health minister is up to next.
http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140818/n ... ment-54489

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Post by mohsihummer » Thu Aug 28, 2014 8:10 pm

Deccan chronicle might be screening negative comments.. been a while since i posted my comment and its not visible yet.

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Post by chinoy » Fri Aug 29, 2014 2:11 am

Yeah over 100 foreigners where blocked from commenting. They are playing some dirty game.
Comment to support them and the comment goes thru. Dont agree with them and the comment gets blocked.

Im cancelling my subs. Changing to Hindu or Indian Express.

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Re: Studies to prove E-cig is safe.

Post by chinoy » Tue Nov 11, 2014 1:29 pm

I have some news from reliable sources.
The people trying to shut down e-cig. Its not big Tobacco at least in India.
Its the Pharma Lobby.
There are millions of dollars at stake. They are trying to push Nicotine Patches and chewing gums as the best solution to stopping. If you thought there was money in the e-cig business. Thing again.
The profits on gum and patches will make e-cig margins look like a joke. We are talking 40 ps cost and selling for Rs 50/-. When you think of the money being made by big pharma it should send a shiver up your spine.
Also check out how doctors are convinced to prescribe medications.
It does not matter that Patches have a lower success rate than the patches.
They are the people who have convinced the health minister that e-cig is bad.
In a way they are right. A patch is less harmful than smoking PG.
They make no mention of the option of smoking VG in their presentations.

Pharma lobby in India is huge. The money at stake is also huge. E-Cig does not stand a chance against big Pharma.
Our only hope is that Big Tobacco fights for e-cig. Or they could sit back and do nothing because they know Nicotine patches do not work. Its a win win for big tobacco either way. In fact it makes more sense for them to not do anything.

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