WARNING: This product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive substance. Electronic cigarettes have not been approved by the US FDA as a cessation device, and therefore should not be used to quit smoking. Electronic cigarettes are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, prevent or mitigate any disease or medical condition or offer any therapeutic benefit. Do not use e-cigs if you are under the legal age of smoking or if you are sensitive to nicotine or inhalants. Do not use electronic cigarettes if you have or are at risk of having any respiratory conditions, heart disease, high blood pressure or diabetes. Consult your doctor before use if you have any medical conditions. Do not use e-cigs if you are pregnant or nursing. Discontinue use of electronic cigarettes immediately if you experience symptoms such as nausea, dizziness, a weak or rapid heartbeat, vomiting, diarrhea or any other negative or physical symptom. If any of the aforementioned symptoms occur, seek medical attention immediately. KEEP THIS PRODUCT AWAY FROM CHILDREN AND PETS. Ingestion of the non-vaporized concentrated e-liquid ingredients in the cartridge can be poisonous. Ingestion of certain pieces may present a choking hazard.
* Some restaurants, bars, hotels, hospitals and airlines may reserve the right to prohibit the use of electronic cigarettes.
Proposition 65 warning Information
Q: Why is this applicable to this product?
A: Under Prop 65, the State of California publishes a list of items known to increase the risk of cancer and birth defects. One of the items on the list is lead. Lead is a component base metal used to make brass. There is at least one protected chrome plated brass component in a product that bears this warning.
Q: Is a product safe if it carries a Proposition 65 warning?
A: The fact that a product bears a Proposition 65 warning does not mean by itself that the product is unsafe. You could think of Proposition 65 more as a “right to know” law than a pure product safety law. Voters who approved Proposition 65 in 1986 intended that Californians should have a right to know when they may be exposed to chemicals that cause cancer or reproductive harm. That way, consumers and their families can decide on their own if they want to purchase and/or use the product. For additional information about the product, contact the product manufacturer. (text copied from
Q: I recently bought a product that came with a Proposition 65 warning. How do I find out more about the warning and the chemicals in the product?
A: Businesses are not required to provide OEHHA with any information regarding their Proposition 65 warnings. To receive more information about the chemicals of concern and the levels of exposure related to a particular product's use, one should contact the manufacturer of the product. The decision to provide a Proposition 65 warning is made by the respective business based upon its knowledge of the types of chemical exposures it is responsible for causing to individuals. A business is not required to notify our office or any other regulatory agency when it decides to provide a warning. Because we do not know why a business has chosen to provide a warning, we generally cannot respond to specific questions regarding product safety, why a warning is being given, for which listed chemical the warning is being given, how long the chemical exposures have been occurring, and at what level a chemical exposure is occurring. The responses to these exposure questions should be obtained from the business.
The list of chemicals subject to Proposition 65 is available at
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