A few days ago we announced you same here the intention of the Israeli territory to ban the famous e-cigarette " Juul". After the final approval of the country's Attorney General, the Prime Minister signed a mandate to end all imports and sales of Juul.
After being put on the Israeli market last May, the Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu who also holds the position of Minister of Health since late 2017, has adopted a total ban on the e-cigarette Juul.
The government invoked a " serious danger to the public Justifying the ban on sales of the product. Indeed, the Juul cigarette contains 59 milligrams of nicotine for every milliliter of e-liquid, a level well above the average 20 milligrams of other brands sold on the market.
Already prohibited by the Deputy Minister of Health, Yaakov Litzmanthis decision required final approval from the Attorney General of the country, which she obtained two days ago.
Prime Minister has signed a mandate to put an end to all imports and sales of Juul, the ban will come into force on 3 next September.