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Electronic Cigarettes – Read all about it
We all know that smoking isn’t good for your health or your pocket, but it’s easier said than done when trying to cut down or quit altogether. Electronic cigarettes are 80% cheaper than ordinary tobacco cigarettes and remember that e- cigarettes (as they are also called) are not part of the smoking law. You will find below links to detailed articles about the pros and cons of using electronic cigarettes.
Electronic cigarettes without the 4000+ cancer causing ingredients
There’s no tobacco involved when vaping (smoking) an e-cigarette. It produces a harmless vapour, so it’s healthier for you and you’re not exposing others to passive smoking. The vapour doesn’t discolour your teeth, fingers or leave behind the pungent smell of ordinary tobacco cigarettes.
You can choose a liquid flavour with our without nicotine. If you do want a liquid with nicotine, again you have a choice of strengths.
How does an electronic cigarette work?
An e-cigarette is made up of a battery, a vaporising unit (clearomizer/cartomizer) and some e liquid. The battery gives power to the coil in the bottom of the vaporiser which then heats up the liquid in the coil to produce vapour. The vapour you inhale resembles normal cigarette smoke but without all the harmful toxins and additives.
You charge the e-cigarette with the charger included in our kits.
Electronic cigarettes – read articles on pros and cons
05.09 2014 E-Cigarettes Could Save Thousands - Sky News
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