e-cigarettes

11Sep
11Sep

The use of E-Cigarettes, now popularly known by the nickname of ‘vaping’, has so far found favour with over one million Brits. Making the switch from smoking traditional cigarettes or tobacco to using E-Cigarettes makes sense for a number of reasons.

E-Cigarettes make use of vapourised liquid nicotine rather than smoke, which means that 'vaping' doesn't involve any of the nasty tar and carcinogens that are responsible for so many smoking related illnesses. Because there's no smoke there's no tell tale smell either, which means vaping won't stink up your hair and your clothes like those old fashioned cigarettes do.

Cigarettes are more expensive than ever, with the price only set to rise, so using E-Cigarettes is also the more affordable choice, with refillable nicotine liquid and rechargeable batteries both an option. You could move into the future, and switch to E-Cigarettes today.

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20Aug
20Aug

You can get the best vape experience by employing the following 3 tips:

Preheat the Vape First Before You Make Any Draws
Proper preheating results in a better vaporising experience for those who wish to alter the quality of vape they produce. Be patient with the preheating session because any draws will alter the entire process.

Control the Temperatures 
Controlling temperatures during vaporisation reduces the harsh effects of the chemicals added into the combustion chamber. Good vapes should be wispy and able to produce a deep flavour. For easier temperature control, invest in a vape unit that has a digital display. It will enable you to set the desired heating temperature.

Employ a Slow and Steady Drawing Style
The best vape experience is realised when you draw the vape units gradually after preheating. Quick and shallow drawing spoils the performance of your vaporiser. 

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14Aug
14Aug

Electronic cigarettes are "less harmful" than conventional cigarettes, should face less stringent regulations and could play a role in reducing instances of smoking-related deaths, according to an international team of scientists. Their findings were published in a journal called 'Addiction.'

The team analysed a total of 81 different studies on the use and sale of e-cigarettes, focusing on issues such as toxicity, safety concerns and the rate of use amongst both smokers and non-smokers.

According to their findings, e-cigarettes pose less risk to users, as well as to passive bystanders, than traditional tobacco cigarettes. They can also help smokers to cut down their smoking habits or quit smoking altogether. In addition, the scientists warned that tough regulation of the e-cigarette market could have a detrimental effect on public health.

"Regulators need to be mindful of crippling the e-cigarette market and by doing so failing to give smokers access to these safer products that could save their lives", explained Professor Peter Hajek.

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