The FDA is working on regulating tobacco products in general, but that doesn't make cigarettes any safer, right? I stand by what I said earlier, people who buys e-cig juice form other countries do so at their own risk. I don't know about the US, but in the European union companies who manufacture this kind of products need to follow strict regulations. Take as an example the food industry; in Europe they have banned already a lot pesticides that are still being used in the US: Glyphosate, atrazine, neonics, paraquat, etc. I am guessing that in the US the manufacturers of e-cig juice do have to conform to certain safety and quality controls, right? By the way, e-cig juice is supposed to only contain 4 ingredients: Propylene glycol, flavoring, nicotine and water (NO IDEA about the ones coming from outside the European Union). How can that compare to 580+ ingredients in a cigarette that together when lighted up (thanks to a chemical reaction) can create more than 4,000 chemical compounds... many of them known to cause cancer. With e-cigs... well, Propylene glycol when it heats up is supposed to release Formaldehyde. But the same happens with cigarettes. Also Acetaldehyde and Acrolein pop in, these 3 are also present when you smoke a cigarette. This of course can't compare in anyway to those 4,000+ chemicals created when you smoke an average cigarette. I don't see how, really.