By Steve Kovach/ReutersA new Amazon product, milkman, is the latest product to attract the attention of regulators and lawmakers alike.
While the product is a novelty that is intended to be used by users to help them stop smoking, the products use of nicotine and caffeine, the two most potent substances in cigarette smoke, are controversial.
It is the second time in the past two months that lawmakers have questioned the legality of the products products use.
In late January, Congresswoman Diana DeGette, a Democrat from Colorado, asked the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate the use of the product.
She also wants to know why it was allowed to be marketed to minors in the United States.
After the hearing, the FTC ruled in February that the product was legal.
The commission also ruled that the products “are not intended to treat tobacco addiction.”
The FDA, the agency that oversees tobacco products, also approved the product last week, and it is expected to be distributed to customers in the coming days.
The FTC said the products’ label is clearly marked that they are meant for use by individuals under 21 years old.
It also stated that the labeling does not provide any warnings about the health risks of the use.
According to the agency, the product’s label says:”A product that contains nicotine is intended for use only by adults 21 years of age and older, who are otherwise advised not to use this product.”
It also stated:”Consumers are cautioned that products containing nicotine may cause a burning sensation and may have an unpleasant aftertaste.”
The agency also noted that the packaging for the product has a picture of a cow and the words: “Made in the USA.”
In a statement to ABC News, the FDA said that the label for the milkman is “clearly labeled to identify the product as intended for adults and children under 21, and to provide information on the product.”
“It is a health-based product that is safe for use under FDA-approved medical conditions,” the statement said.
The agency did not immediately respond to ABC’s request for comment on whether the product contains a warning on the label or whether the FDA had approved the products.
In addition to the milkmans labeling, the website for the company says that the milk man is “designed to stop smoking,” and the product claims that it can reduce “the risks of premature death, cancer, and heart disease.”
The product also includes instructions to “eat only the highest quality ingredients,” including “organic milk and cheese,” and it says that its “low nicotine content” helps it “recover” from smoking.
The FDA said in a statement that it is “aware of the potential for a false sense of health and safety and is reviewing the product information for compliance with federal and state health requirements.”
The company said in its statement that its products are sold online and that it does not distribute in stores.
The announcement comes after lawmakers and health officials have raised concerns about the products popularity, with the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warning that the sale of these products has caused “serious harm” to children.
According the FDA, “millions of people in the U.S. and around the world smoke cigarettes, and the use and abuse of these tobacco products is an epidemic.”
The agency has estimated that between 1.4 million and 5.8 million deaths occur in the US each year from smoking-related illnesses.
In April, the U!
group sued Amazon over its decision to stop selling a nicotine replacement product.
The group said that these products are “dangerously addictive and dangerous” and urged Amazon to “stop selling these dangerous products.”
The lawsuit also claimed that these cigarettes “are sold to minors.”
The case is currently before the US Supreme Court.