Juul is the largest e-cigarette company in the United States.
E-cigarettes also called Vapes and referred to as vaping contain nicotine. Juul e-cigarettes also known as vapes contain more nicotine than other e-cigarette competitors.
Nicotine is poisonous.
The American College of Medical Toxicology states:
"electronic cigarettes or “E-cigarettes”, contain purified nicotine and not tobacco and are increasing in popularity. Unlike tobacco products and the smoking cessation aids, liquid nicotine is not regulated by FDA or another federal agency."
Nicotine poisoning causes vomiting, confusion, irregular heart rate, seizures, and respiratory failure. Death may occur.
Nicotine concentrations can as much as 10 times stronger in e-cigarettes conventional cigarettes.
A survey taken in 2018 showed about 1 in 5 high school students used e-cigarettes.