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(PRWEB) November 14, 2012
“I actually feel like I'm still smoking but without the smell and stains on my fingers. This e cig is absolutely brilliant, and I will definitely be buying some more,” shared user Shiralee online.
Electronic cigarettes have caught the fancy of millions of people all over the world ever since it was introduced to the market several years ago. Originally produced in China, this device carries the design of a slim pen, with built-in slots specifically for liquid vapor cartridges.
What makes e cigarettes particularly interesting is how it is thought by users to be such an effective tool at helping them quit the habit of tobacco smoking. With so many of them vouching for its effectiveness, it has piqued the curiosity of both scientific researchers and political lobbyists.
E cigs, as they are more popularly known, are battery-operated devices, which emit water vapor instead of smoke. This, in fact, is also the reason why electric cigarettes are also known as the “smokeless cigarettes”.
However, although it may be said to not contain the harmful toxins and chemicals of an actual tobacco stick, many still cast doubt as to its safety. In an attempt to answer this very question, Professor Michael Siegel of the Boston University of Public Health pursued a research addressing this particular issue.
The conclusion of his findings, while still basically inconclusive insofar as the real ingredients of the liquid vapor cartridges is concerned, is that it does not hold any threat to the health of the user.
Their study, in particular, focused on the vapor cigarette’s effect on the heart. Said Professor Siegel, “Few, if any, chemicals at levels detected in electronic cigarettes raise serious health concerns.” In fact, carcinogen levels in the product were found to be up to 1,000 times lower than in tobacco sticks. By this standard alone, it already shows just how much safer this product is.
As it stands, the pursuit for the true benefits and safety of e cigarette use continue to this day. In the meantime, those who are interested to find out the real deal about best electronic cigarette reviews and buy electronic cigarettes may head over to electroniccigarettehub.org for more information.
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