Hi, i am just concerned about a conclusion you drew based on flavored nicotine e-liquids. I" Nicotine and the juice does not taste good if it ends on your taste buds as it's a very concentrated flavor vs. when it is diffused through a larger cloud of vapor. The immediate bitterness of nicotine will make you involuntarily start to gag and clench their face as if they tasted something extremely sour. Besides that point, why would a flavor increase a little kid to consume it, unless the container is opened. In reach of the child, able to smell the product and examine it, then decide it tastes good. But in that case, its just like leaving medicine cabinets unlocked with children. The claim about pets being drawn to ingest e-liquid, and if it's flavored it's "very appealing" is just something you can't prove.How is bubblegum flavored e-liquid more "appealing" to a pet than tobacco or unflavored?

Joshua Steeshao

East side

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