E Cigarettes are wonderfully and safely made to be put at your absolute disposal.
Each e-cig is powered by a small lithium battery that atomizes a propylene glycol/nicotine solution. The substance that’s being inhaled even looks like smoke, but it’s a vapor similar to fog — albeit a nicotine drenched fog; the amount of nicotine it produces closely approximates what’s found in a conventional cigarette.
Electronic cigarettes can either come with an automatic or manual battery. For a e-cigarette with an automatic battery you simply inhale through the device to start smoking or ‘vaping’. On the other hand, a manual battery features a button that you press while inhaling.
The button is a good feature to have since it lets you have better control on your draw time, allowing you to take longer drags. You can, for instance, press the button a few seconds longer before inhaling to pre-heat the e-liquid and produce warmer vapor and a stronger throat hit. At first, the button may seem awkward to beginners – but it only takes 5 minutes to get the hang of.
Many experts think that electronic cigarettes are a healthier and safer alternative to tobacco cigarettes. However, since e-cigarettes are fairly new in the market, it will require many years of scientific study to further support these claims. Note that electronic cigarettes deliver some nicotine contents, which are considered addictive, but, unlike tobacco cigarettes, e-cigarettes have various nicotine levels, which enable you to systematically wean off your nicotine cravings.
The e-cigarette is meant to mimic the experience of smoking a real one. It looks like a conventional cigarette, and is used in nearly the exact same way — less the fire and smoke. In fact, the experience is so true to traditional smoking that some consider it a viable cessation therapy.
Starter kits range in price from $40 to $100, and the liquid refills costs about $25 each — what’s the equivalent of five packs of cigarettes. Some models even allow for recharging through the USB port of a computer.
Manufacturers say — much to the chagrin of federal regulators — that it’s a much cleaner and safer way to inhale nicotine. And unlike cessation patches or gum, the experience is meant to be enjoyed, hence the assortment of flavors that have been made available, like menthol, chocolate and strawberry.
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