Vaping involves the use of a battery vape pen or e-cigarette. The device is filled with a vape liquid that is then heated and converted into a vapor that can be inhaled.
The vaping liquid, or “juice” is usually a mixture of oils, highly addictive nicotine and fake flavors. The liquid also may contain or produce toxic chemicals, including dangerous carcinogens. Vaping can cause irreversible lung disease and cancer. The high levels of nicotine can cause seizures, blood clots, heart attacks, strokes, and even death.
Juul has dominated the e-cigarette market. Evidence suggests they achieved their dominance by deceptively marketing highly concentrated flavored nicotine products to teens and young adults to get them addicted.