The most important thing: the regulation will prohibit the sale and manufacture of tobacco products that sell more than 20mg/ml nicotine. That is to say, the nicotine concentration of 50mg, 35mg and so on, which we often draw, will disappear in Israel!
Israel’s regulations have been much looser than the direct ban on e-cigarettes. The prohibition of nicotine smoke liquid above 20mg/ml is actually more to ensure that users or children are not eaten by eating. High concentrations of nicotine may indeed be fatal after eating.
Personally, this Israeli legislation may become an international trend toward Vape.
First of all, concentration limits and packaging restrictions are a relatively compromised management method, that is, not indulgent, not completely banned, and can also guarantee the safety against nicotine to a certain extent.
Secondly, this legislation is not only a national legislation, but Israel's legislation has also attracted certain attention from the WTO (World Trade Organization) and is believed to be spread to more countries.
I don't know if this time the legislation will have a greater impact than the Canadian legislation, thus changing the attitude of more countries to Vape, we need more understanding. In short, this is still a relatively good news, and another country recognizes and accepts Vape.