According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 99% of the vaping products on the market contain nicotine derived from tobacco. The nicotine levels are usually lower than those in traditional cigarettes, prompting marketing claims that e-cigarettes are useful tools for adults who are trying to quit smoking.

But in September 2020 the CDC reported that e-cigarette use in the U.S. grew by 300% over a three-year period, much of it due to the growing popularity of vaping among teenagers. The CDC found that nearly 20% of high-school students and 5% of middle-school students reported being regular vapers.

“Faced with the choice of removing their products from the market entirely or working in a regulatory gray area, some of those manufacturers are embracing uncertainty and pivoting to synthetic nicotine,” Time reported.

But is Synthetic Nicotine legal?

Some in the vaping industry argue that it is legal because it’s not derived from tobacco, thereby removing it from the regulatory umbrella.

On Sept. 9, the FDA said it issued marketing denial orders for more than 946,000 flavored vaping products because their applications “lacked sufficient evidence that they have a benefit to adult smokers sufficient to overcome the public health threat posed by the well-documented, alarming levels of youth use of such products.”

The federal government has been cracking down on e-cigarettes, saying that the tobacco-derived nicotine contained within vaping substances is a public health threat to young people. In response, savvy players in the vaping industry have turned to laboratory science and the creation of “Synthetic Nicotine” in an attempt to skirt government regulators.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 99% of the vaping products on the market contain nicotine derived from tobacco. The nicotine levels are usually lower than those in traditional cigarettes, prompting marketing claims that e-cigarettes are useful tools for adults who are trying to quit smoking. But in...