Is second-hand vaping dangerous? A new study shows results you wouldn’t believe!

10th Sep 2015

The Spanish Council of Scientific Research performed a new study Published in the Journal of Chromatography A, measuring the levels of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in indoor air, normal exhaled breath, smoke of tobacco cigarettes, exhaled breath of smokers after taking cigarette puffs, ecig aerosol, and exhaled breath of vapers after taking ecig puffs.

The results were better than any of us in the vaping community could have expected! It showed that indoor air and normal exhaled breath contain more VOCs than the ecig aerosol we exhale! Compare the charts below and see for yourself. An article written by Dr. Farsalinos states that “the study did find nicotine in the exhaled breath after taking ecig puffs…the amount of nicotine in the environment is so low that it does not have any effect (not even a biological effect, let alone an adverse effect) on those environmentally exposed.” Great news for the vaping community!