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SOURCE: Electronic Cigarette Reviews
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(PRWEB) November 20, 2012
"I was skeptical when I placed my first order, but 2 months later and after purchasing various accessories I have not looked back. I immediately stopped smoking regular cigarettes and tell everyone I see how great they are,” said Karl Daniels in his testimonial for electronic cigarettes.
He also said he was particularly pleased at how safe it was for use even with people allergic to smoke around, like his own mother. This factor is actually one of the main considerations why people also have become keener on switching to e cigarettes. Tobacco smoke has always been associated with fingernail stains, stinky ashtray smell, and of course, harmful second-hand smoke for passive inhalers. As such, it does prove wider scope of risk to practically anyone, not just smokers.
E cigs, on the other hand, do not emit smoke. Rather, it emits water vapor through the liquid vapor cartridges installed the pen-like device. Instead of burning tobacco leaves, it relies on this vapor to simulate the smoke-effect of tobacco.
This also why electric cigarettes are otherwise known in the market as “smokeless cigarettes” or “vapor cigarettes”. The question now is, how safe are they exactly?
Researchers from the Center for Air Resources Engineering and Science at Clarkson University in New York conducted a study for CHANGE, LLC, seeking to determine the true extent of environmental effects of the said vapor content. It found that because the essential ingredients in tobacco are not present in e cigarettes, it follows that the harm does not exist in the device as well.
Said Professor Michael Siegel of the Boston University School of Public Health, "This study demonstrates that the risks of second hand vapor from electronic cigarette use are very small in comparison to those associated with second hand tobacco smoke.”
Granted that there still are a lot of things to be learned about e cigarettes and its vapor, current studies at least provide data that clearly indicates how safe it is for use, even in public. For more information about this product, check out http://electroniccigarettehub.org/
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