"Examples of components or parts for which FDA does not intend to enforce the ingredient listing
submission requirement of section 904(a)(1) at this time include, but are not limited to, the
- Electrical components including, but not limited to, batteries, charging systems, circuit
- boards, wiring, and connectors
- System software
- Digital display, lights, and buttons to adjust settings
- Connection adapters
Even if I put the "tobacco product" into a tank on an atomizer and apply power via "lights" through "software" etc. etc. nothing happens..."
The list and non-science goes on.
There are far, far too much similarities here for this to be any kind of coincidence.
Another interesting coincidence has been the extremely high volume of blog views recently:
The peak here occurring from December of 2017 through March 26th.
From the beginning (about seven years ago) I have maintained that these "deeming regs" and the ideas behind them consist solely of scientific nonsense.
This guidance would seem to prove this assertion.
I think that the backing down of the FDA on non-tobacco nicotine (for which I am still awaiting my FOIA information) is related as well.
The path is clear for the right products.
Vaping is now free.