No. They should be withheld until the results are in on the youth lung damage issues. If all of the damage is attributable to custom additives of CBD oil and vitamin E, then there needs to be something akin to an FDA monitoring of manufacturer provided vaping mixtures and a re-design of vaping products to make any custom vaping mixtures impossible to use. I do see vaping as a potentially much healthier alternative to smoking that needs some level of oversight and regulation to ensure that manufactured vaping mixtures do no harm by such additives as lung tissue dilators and any lung residual deposited byproducts. Oversight and accountability will be the price that manufacturers will have to pay to keep these products available. I do not see more controls on smoking products or alcohol coming even though they can each be very harmful to any person’s health. If the current lung damaging incidents are in fact due to customized vaping solutions which can be stopped by manufacturer design changes, I see no reason that vaping products should not be regulated in a similar manner as smoking and alcohol products are currently.