FAQ's

Q: Where do you ship to in Australia?
A: We ship Australia wide. All orders placed before 10am will be Shipped same day and in most cases next day delivery.

Q: Do you sell Nicotine?
A: NO. Please do not ask me to sell you any Nicotine.

Q: Why Do you not sell Nicotine?
A: It is illegal to sell Nicotine to anybody in Australia, it's Australian Law.

Q: Where can I buy Nicotine?
A: I am happy to recommend a reliable & trustworthy supplier for you, just ask.

Q: How much Nicotine can I buy?
A: According to Australian Law you are able to purchase a reasonable amount for personal use only.

Q: How much is a reasonable amount for personal use?
A: An amount for a approx 3 (three) month’s supply for yourself, husband, wife, brother, sister etc is considered a reasonable amount.

Q: What are the laws for importing Nicotine? 
A: The following is a copy of a letter from Australian Customs:


"Thanks for your inquiry. Just to clarify, E-Cigarettes (and/or their components) are not considered to be a prohibited import under Customs legislation. E-Cigarettes are comprised of an atomiser, battery and cartridge that may or may not contain a mixture of liquid nicotine and propylene glycol or polyethylene glycol. These forms of glycol are commonly used in pharmaceutical formulations and are not controlled.

 

Liquid nicotine, is scheduled as a ‘Schedule 7 Poison’ under the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons (SUSMP). The listing of a poison in Schedule 7 does not usually justify an import prohibition.

 

The Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA) is responsible for the government policy on such issues and advised that all States and Territories have domestic controls on the sale of these products; the Department does not consider an import control is warranted in the short term. 

 

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has advised that e-cigarettes may be subject to control under the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 only if the packaging makes a claim for any form of therapeutic benefit (this does not include the benefit of reducing or giving up smoking).

 

Goods of this nature are not tobacco or tobacco products, and therefore are not subject to duty or GST if the Customs value is at or below the low value goods threshold of A$1,000.

 


I hope this has been of some assistance to you. 
Regards

Paul Starkey
Drugs & Therapeutic Substances
Community Protection
Trade Policy & Regulation Branch
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service

 

 

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