In a move to curb the use of nicotine salts and other synthetic nicotine, the Food and Drug Administration has decided to ban the use and sale of nicotine salt.
The agency said it’s the most effective way to reduce the risks of nicotine poisoning, which can lead to addiction.
It’s not just salt users who are getting the memo.
Many other people, including some in the entertainment industry, are also beginning to take steps to curb nicotine use.
Some celebrities are even using artificial nicotine, which mimics the effects of nicotine, to help them kick the habit.
The move comes at a time when many companies are trying to figure out what to do with a nicotine-related industry that’s booming.
And with more Americans using nicotine-containing products, the FDA is trying to put more restrictions on the products.
The FDA said it wants to make sure consumers understand that they are not allowed to use nicotine salts or other artificial nicotine.
It also wants to avoid people mixing artificial nicotine with tobacco.
It said artificial nicotine is a safer alternative than nicotine.
But it said it won’t be available in all forms, including in cigarettes and chewing tobacco.
The agency also said artificial cigarettes are not approved for use by minors, who are already banned from using them.
The decision is an example of the agency trying to balance public health and the desire to preserve a lucrative industry that has seen a dramatic increase in sales.
The ban is just the latest example of how the FDA has moved to protect the public health from the dangers of nicotine.
The FDA said last year it was ending its ban on e-cigarettes and vaping, a move that was welcomed by many users.
The drug was first approved in 1971 and has been a part of the U.S. health care system since 1995.
It’s available over-the-counter in pharmacies, online and through a wide variety of retailers, and is sold in many other countries.
More than 10 million people have tried it, but it is not available in every country.