Try Electronic Cigarette For Free: E Cigarette Does Not Cause Passive Smoking, Harm Environment, New Study Finds
Electronic cigarette is the new way of smoking. With traditional tobacco cigarettes, nicotine addiction is one of the major challenges smokers face when trying to quit smoking. In its support, http://electroniccigarettehub.org is distributing free electronic cigarette starter kits under its try before buy campaign.
(PRWEB) October 27, 2012
Spike Babaian, President of the National Vapers Club said about electronic cigarettes, “Most vapers believe e cigarette vapor is not harmful to those around them, but it is reassuring to finally have scientific evidence confirming those beliefs.” Spike reassures the general public on grounds of a new study conducted which confirms that e cigarette vapors do not cause harm to nearby people or the environment by creating passive smoking.
An indoor air quality study was conducted by the CHANGE, LLC at the Center for Air Resources Engineering and Science at Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY. The conclusion of the study, as expected by the researchers, was satisfactory and confirmed that electric cigarettes do not harm environment or create passive smoking.
The study conducted included the comparison of harmful by-products between cigarette smokes versus compounds found during exhalation from famous brand of smokeless cigarettes. The result was published in the peer reviewed journal Inhalation Toxicology.
Due to water vapor cigarettes' mechanism of vaporising liquid instead of burning tobacco, most of the harmful compounds found in smoke were not present in the e cig. The few compounds that were found were at such minuscule levels that toxicology analysis detected no risk (cancer or non-cancer risk) to public health from environmental e cigarette vapor.
“This study demonstrates that the risks of secondhand vapor from electronic cigarette use are very small in comparison to those associated with secondhand tobacco smoke. While secondhand smoke must be eliminated in workplaces and public places, the current data provide no justification for eliminating electronic cigarette use in these places.”- Dr. Michael Siegel of Boston University School of Public Health.
The nicotine is not exactly the one that's harmful for the system, but rather the toxins and the free radicals that are mixed up with it in a tobacco stick. By retaining very minimal levels of nicotine in e cigs, while taking out free radicals and toxins, e cigarettes, therefore, are certified safe enough for use. Still, it would be better to read up on it as much as possible, and that's what http://electroniccigarettehub.org/ is there for.
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