- Nov 4, 2022
When law enforcement finds a home that has had methamphetamines used in it, often fire departments burn the house to the ground in order for other people not to be exposed by the toxins. When a person lives in a house where they do not smoke or use drugs and the neighbors do and that individual is forced to walk through nicotine or their drugs to get to there own home. As such being forced to inhale the odor of marijuana for example, or the odor of nicotine, is it possible for the person that doesn’t use to become addicted to the nicotine. Nicotine is highly addictive and I for one believe if you walk through it enough times the vapors from nicotine can kill you. 12 mg e-liquid is equal to about 60 cigarettes, which is more powerful than a regular cigarette, increasing the risk of cancer and illness, as well as withdrawls. Meaning a non smoker can go through withdrawals every time the neighbor uses the nicotine and exposes everyone else around. Therefore causing withdrawal symptoms that can create high stress, physical illness, depression, suicidal thoughts, hospitalization, and even cancer. If an individual who already has a health condition such as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, diabetes, or kidney disease as well as a collapsed lung the nicotine toxin will contribute to further physical illness, stroke, heart disease, cancer, and possibly death. Could we safely say that anyone could get cancer from nicotine? Could we also safely say that nicotine could be used as a weapon? If a person weaponizes nicotine and saturates a neighborhood with the liquid nicotine could it be considered a weapon of mass destruction? Remember nicotine is as addictive as heroin, and is know to cause cancer. Is it a violation of human and or civil rights? So I leave the opinion up to you, the people.