Some of you may already be aware of the science behind nicotine but many of you probably didn't know that there's nicotine in eggplant, cauliflower and tomatoes.
A lot of people have nicotine-containing vegetables on a daily basis yet there are no addictions present there. Obviously the amount of nicotine within the vegetable is not as high as a cigarette but surely there would still be some health issues from long-term consumption of them.
So, why does nicotine get a bad rep? This video explains a little science and politics behind why nicotine is considered the "danger" around e-cigarettes and e-liquid.