E-Liquid For Acne, Anxiety, Hair Loss, and More
E-Liquid Therapeutics’ BotaniVape line of e-liquids claims to address numerous health ailments. These include acne, ADHD, alcoholism, anti-aging, anxiety, cholesterol levels, low energy, hair loss, immunity system deficiencies, and weight loss. The e-liquids are infused with numerous vitamins, minerals, herbs, and antioxidants to support these various issues. At TPE 2016, I chatted with E-Liquid Therapeutics CEO Nancy Kanthra to learn more about BotaniVape. Check out the interview above and keep reading for more details.
Three Issues, Three BotaniVape E-Liquids
Kanthra claims that BotaniVape e-liquids took three years to formulate and were supported by more than 200 doctors and scientists. The company’s manufacturing facility looks impressive and is pictured on its website. In the interview, she gave her thoughts about inhaling the supplements in BotaniVape e-liquids as opposed to ingesting them.
While I didn’t have time to go over every BotaniVape flavor, I asked Kanthra about three of them. She told me about the various ingredients in the ADHD, Anti-Aging, and Hair Loss flavors. The ADHD flavor has valerian oil (not Valyrian steel), lemon balm, passion flower, and omega-3 oil. The Anti-Aging formula’s ingredients include bilberry, panax ginseng, and ginko biloba, zinc, vitamins A, vitamin D, and vitamin E. The Hair Loss e-liquid includes ginko biloba, saw palmetto, siberian ginseng, echinacea, green tea, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other botanicals.
While all of this sounds good on paper, it’s important to note that the BotaniVape website states that these e-liquids are “strictly and solely meant for recreational use only” and, “Statements regarding this product have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA. Always consult a physician before taking any new drug or health product.”
Do You Believe in BotaniVape?
While I believe that some of these e-liquids could aid in the ailments they supposedly address, I question the efficacy of some of the other flavors. Hair loss is the first one that comes to mind. I’m skeptical of a vaping e-liquid that can restore hair growth when the most popular treatment doesn’t work for most people.
Of course I’m not a doctor or a scientist, so I have no way of proving either side of the debate. That said, I’d love to hear your thoughts on BotaniVape. Do you think these botanically-infused e-liquids can help your health? Please let me know in the comments section.