Is e-cigarettes safe: the shocking truth

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If you're like me, when you first hear about an e-cigarette, you immediately want to know what's going on. In fact, this is a researcher, now a good friend, in the early days of this blog left a lucky comment, it made me feel at ease (and guide to our friends).

Since then, I think I've learned a lot about the safety of e-cigarettes. Most of the information appears on our website or blog, but I try to put it together in an article. If you're new e-cigarettes, hopefully this will answer your questions and fears - if you're not new, please tell me if I miss anything!

Oh - and you want to know what the shocking truth is? You've got to keep reading to find...

What's wrong with smoking?

Anti-smoking activists like to highlight the dramatic use of the ingredients contained in tobacco smoke.

Hydrogen cyanide, for example, was used in Nazi death camps, while formaldehyde was used to preserve corpses.

However, it is the way you use tobacco cigarettes that causes the problem.

When you burn tobacco, you produce smoke. When smoke cools, it produces tar and hundreds of chemicals. In fact, according to tobacco harm reduction experts, we have not identified many chemicals in cigarette smoke.

We know that dozens of them are carcinogenic.

E-cigarette safety

In contrast, after many analyses, we know exactly what e-cigarettes mean. The main ingredient is propylene glycol, used for dozens of uses, including medicine, asthma inhalers, cosmetics, food, disinfected drinking water, air conditioning - and stage smoke!

Propylene glycol has been in use since the mid-20th century and is generally considered safe to inhale. It is even used to disinfect the air in children's wards. However, a small number of people may be allergic to it. (If you are allergic to propylene glycol, try using vegetable glycerin)

Scientists also analyzed vegetable glycerin and concluded that inhalation was safe.

Most e-cigarettes also contain nicotine. Although nicotine is not completely healthy (it acts like caffeine), it is not carcinogenic and has a small risk of burning tobacco.Contact with us Pi E-liquids


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