The Ingredients Of E-Cigarette Liquid Are Right On The Label

If you are wondering what makes e-cigarette liquid less harmful than regular cigarettes, just take a look at the label.

Unlike traditional cigarettes, the ingredients of e-cigarette liquid are listed right on the package. Because they lack real smoke, tar and the 400 other toxic chemicals, many people rely on them as a safe alternative to smoking. Although e-cigarette liquid still contains nicotine, you can receive it without causing harm to those around you through yucky second-hand smoke. Not only are they cleaner and safer than regular cigarettes, e-cigarettes are also much more economical. With flavor cartridges that contain 24 milligrams of nicotine, a regular smoker will spend little more than $20 a month on e-cigarettes. Read more about e-cigarette liquid in this article from The Blade.

When doctors informed Josh Harris, that he had to quit smoking or he’d continue to be plagued with upper respiratory infections, the Toledo man immediately started looking for a substitute.

Not yet ready to completely give up smoking, Mr. Harris opted for what he calls a “clean” alternative: e-cigarettes.

“You’re not getting smoke, tar, or any of the other 400 chemicals in [tobacco] cigarettes,” Mr. Harris said. “The ingredients are right on the bottle with this — food preservatives, flavoring, and nicotine. You don’t know what you’re getting with [tobacco] cigarettes.”

Electronic cigarettes have been gaining popularity since emerging on the marketplace several years ago. Studies have documented the increase in users over the years. In a recent report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found about 21 percent of adult smokers had used electronic cigarettes, up from 10 percent of smokers in 2010. Overall, about 6 percent of adults have tried e-cigarettes, according to the CDCP. Click this link to finish reading Vapor tales: Advocates say e-cigarettes help them quit.

Despite being much less harmful than regular cigarettes, you should still remember to read labels before making a purchase. Some inferior brands contain harmful chemicals like diethylene glycol, so shop around.

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