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It's deemed safe for use in food products, and has therefore found its way into many popular e-cigarette flavors - but little research has looked what happens to Cinnamaldehyde when is it vaporized and inhaled
E-cigarette vapor contains fewer toxic substances than cigarette smoke does
It’s been well documented that cigarette smoke contains a variety of poisonous and carcinogenic compounds, but what about the vapor from e-cigarettes? A 2014 study tested 21 different e-cig liquids and found that e-cigarette vapors did contain toxic compounds, but at a level that was 9–450 times lower than cigarette smoke. In fact, many of the vapors were no higher than the reference product which served as the baseline for measurement. That’s good news for people who are quitting smoking and vaping instead.