Or so says its nannying fussbucket in chief, Vivienne Nathanson:
"I would either take them off the shelves or I would very heavily regulate them so that we know the contents of each e-cigarette were very fixed,"
Dr Nathanson would, of course, prefer people to die.
Not everyone agrees:
"Nicotine itself is not a particularly hazardous drug," says Professor John Britton, who leads the tobacco advisory group for the Royal College of Physicians.
"It's something on a par with the effects you get from caffeine.
"If all the smokers in Britain stopped smoking cigarettes and started smoking e-cigarettes we would save 5 million deaths in people who are alive today. It's a massive potential public health prize."
As I said the anti-tobacco fundies would rather people died.