When Synthetic Nicotine first appeared on the market in 2016, the product was marketed as being a potential way to circumvent the FDA’s proposed deeming rule for next-generation tobacco products. The FDA’s definition of “tobacco product” includes any product made or derived from tobacco, including any component, part or accessory of a tobacco product. E-liquids that do not contain nicotine or other substances made or derived from tobacco may still be components or parts and, therefore, subject to the FDA’s tobacco control authorities.

Cassels-Smith says that Zanoprima has filed multiple global patents for its technologies and has also begun the process of filing drug master files with the FDA for SyNic nicotine, SyNic bitartrate and SyNic polacrilex resin. “Coupled with e-LiquiTech’s exclusive distribution, competitive pricing and carrying the e-LiquiTech guarantee, these products will be available only to responsible partners operating within the regulatory guidelines of the global tobacco industry,” said Cassels- Smith. “The synthetic nicotine is cleaner than naturally derived nicotine because it has no TSNAs. These nitrosamines have the potential to turn into carcinogens. SyNic will not have any nitrosamines and is 100 percent carcinogenic-free by design.”

E-LiquiTech’s Synthetic Nicotine resembles its naturally derived cousin. Like a naturally derived liquid nicotine, e-LiquiTech’s new Synthetic Nicotine is more than 99 percent pure (S)-nicotine. This purity of (S)-nicotine has a better effect on the body, and SyNic carries fewer impurities than naturally derived nicotine that comes from leaf tobacco.

“Nicotine exists in nature in two forms, (R) isomer and (S) isomer. One is basically a mirror image of the other, but the nicotine desired by vapers and smokers alike is the (S)-nicotine alone. Naturally grown tobacco contains over 99 percent (S)-nicotine, and the rest is very little (R),” says Cassels-Smith. “The body considers (R)-nicotine a filler with substantially less physiological effect. It’s considered a waste product, and [the body] does not absorb it. SyNic is slightly superior to the (S)-nicotine content found in a naturally derived nicotine because of its higher levels of (S)-nicotine with qualified and quantified impurities.”

Traditionally, a problem for the producers of Synthetic Nicotine has been that the entire production process is both complicated and expensive. As a chiral molecule, nicotine is far easier to produce as a synthetic nicotine with equal amounts of both (R) isomers and (S) isomers compared to a nearly pure (S)-nicotine. “(R)-[nicotine]/(S)-nicotine requires additional refining processes, which [are] time consuming and expensive to convert it to a true synthetic (S)-nicotine,” explains Cassels-Smith. “Also, because (R)-nicotine has substantially [fewer] physiological properties, it takes twice as much 50/50 Synthetic Nicotine in an e-liquid to achieve parity with SyNic. Because SyNic has greater than 99.7 percent (S), it only needs half the amount of SyNic to create the same effect for users as current synthetic nicotine offerings on the market.”

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When Synthetic Nicotine first appeared on the market in 2016, the product was marketed as being a potential way to circumvent the FDA’s proposed deeming rule for next-generation tobacco products. The FDA’s definition of “tobacco product” includes any product made or derived from tobacco, including any component, part or accessory...