Arguing About E Cigarette Wholesale

Arguing About E Cigarette Wholesale

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Since: Jun 14

Montréal, Canada

#1 Jun 4, 2014
Here are some Arguing about E cigarette, please use comments to suggest other questions, better answers, or pick me up if your think my opinion is wrong.
1. Does nicotine cause cancer or any other health effects? e cigarette wholesale: teamgiant.net
No. As almost all the e cigarette contain nicotine, it is importance to know what is nicotine. There is no evidence that nicotine causes cancer –the smouldering particles of organic material and hot toxic gases – that does the damage. and it is really for those that make the claim to show that there is. It is possible that nicotine is unhelpful that you already have cancer. It’s the smoke –
Professor John Britton, who is Director of the UK Centre on Tobacco and Alcohol Studies and heads the Royal College of Physicians Tobacco Advisory Group
compares the health risks of nicotine to caffeine.
“Nicotine itself is not a particularly hazardous drug,” says Professor John Britton, who leads the tobacco advisory group for the Royal College of Physicians.
“If all the smokers in Britain stopped smoking cigarettes and started smoking e-cigarettes we would save 5 million deaths in people who are alive today. It’s a massive potential public health prize.”(BBC, Feb 2013)
“Nicotine is something on a par with the effects you get from caffeine."
2. Do e cigarette help people to quit smoking?
Yes, not just it looks like it can, but in the real world too - in the artificial world of clinical trials. A recent study found that people were 60% more likely to succeed to quit smoking by using e-cigarettes. In fact they appear to be more successful than established smoking cessation products like NRT.
+ About one third of users are ex-smokers and two-thirds are current smokers.
+ ASH’s 2014 survey showed that about a third of users were now ex-smokers – 700,000 in the UK or about 7% of the smoking population – implying that many people are successfully quitting.
+ An estimated 2.1 million adults in Great Britain currently use electronic cigarettes.
+ The main reason given by current smokers for using the products is to reduce the amount they smoke while ex-smokers report using electronic cigarettes to help them stop smoking.
People should also take the trouble to listen to the thousands of accounts of the experiences of people switching. These are often dismissed as anecdote –
but you hear the same message over and over again. Take this for example:
I smoked for 45 years and tried every NRT product available, none of them worked. I continued to smoke even though my health was getting worse, resulting in COPD and using oxygen daily. September 2011 I discovered e-cigarettes and they worked. It was like someone handed me a miracle. In less than a week I stopped using regular cigarettes. I haven’t had a tobacco cigarette since. I wish the MP’s and MEP’s would understand how much e-cigarettes have helped thousands of people just like me. e cigarette wholesale : teamgiant.net
3. Does introduction of e-cigarettes have the effect of increasing smoking?
No – there is no evidence to support this. People who don’t like vaping for other reasons try to use this argument to suggest that a product that is many times less risky than cigarettes can somehow become more dangerous, because it somehow prevents people from quitting. The same sort of people used the same
arguments were used to get Swedish snus banned in the EU in 1992, even though it is probably 98-99% less risk. The snus ban wasn’t applied in Sweden, which now has by far the lowest rates of smoking in the EU and lowest rates of smoking related disease. In Sweden, people used snus to quit smoking, to displace cigarettes or instead of starting to smoke (see letter from experts: why is EU banning Europe’s most effective response to smoking?). On e-cigarettes, the survey data is now coming in and showing pretty much the same thing – take this one The Guardian reporting on the survey by ASH (UK), e cigarette wholesale: teamgiant.net .

“The Donald for President”

Since: Mar 14

Narragansett, RI

#2 Jun 5, 2014
1. No, nicotine doesn't cause cancer, however it is more addictive then heroin. The 2,547 other chemicals in tobacco are apparently carcinogenic.

2. Not enough data yet. Only time will tell. Remove the nicotine and the e-cig users will probably go back to tobacco products.

3. Not if they can obtain the nicotine fix.
Nah

Plano, TX

#3 Jun 5, 2014
Speaking from personal experience, I quit a 20 year, pack and a half a day cigarette habit with e-cigs. And, it only took about a month. Today, I don't smoke anything, not even the e-cig. With the e-cigs, I found myself reaching for it less and less and finally I just didn't want it any longer. The trick is to gradually decrease the amount of nicotine in the e-cigs until you kick the habit.

“The Donald for President”

Since: Mar 14

Narragansett, RI

#4 Jun 5, 2014
I love to swim (especially in the ocean), run and bike ride,. If I smoked, I would become winded too quickly, and probably not get as much out of it, hence, I never started smoking in the first place.

“The Donald for President”

Since: Mar 14

Narragansett, RI

#5 Jun 5, 2014
Nah wrote:
Speaking from personal experience, I quit a 20 year, pack and a half a day cigarette habit with e-cigs. And, it only took about a month. Today, I don't smoke anything, not even the e-cig. With the e-cigs, I found myself reaching for it less and less and finally I just didn't want it any longer. The trick is to gradually decrease the amount of nicotine in the e-cigs until you kick the habit.
You must have really, really wanted to quit. Most of the people I know that quit smoking were scared into it by a health issue of some sort. Quitting smoking seems to be one of the most difficult habits to kick and a lot of people that smoke seem to enjoy it. Where I live, they have passed laws prohibiting smoking in bars, some public places, and even on the beach.
Nah

El Dorado, AR

#6 Jun 5, 2014
And that is a great thing! Every time I see a young person with a cig hanging out of their mouth I want to grab it and give them a lecture, but that would be not be PC these days.

“The Donald for President”

Since: Mar 14

Narragansett, RI

#7 Jun 5, 2014
Nah wrote:
And that is a great thing! Every time I see a young person with a cig hanging out of their mouth I want to grab it and give them a lecture, but that would be not be PC these days.
No, no..can't snatch the cig out of their mouth. These days that constitutes an assault charge!

I don't know how people afford the price of cigarettes these days. They are $9 a pack! I hate the smell of them and it gets into clothes, hair and everything else. People that smoke smell like an ashtray. It's surprising how many college students smoke. You would think with all the health risks, they would stay away from such a dangerous habit and be intelligent enough to not imbibe. Some of them smoke "bidi's" from India, those non-filtered, fruit flavored cigs that are illegal in the US, but they buy them on the internet. They are much worse than a regular cigarette. Funny looking things, wrapped in a thick leaf looking substance. Nasty, just nasty.
Nah

El Dorado, AR

#8 Jun 5, 2014
I haven't heard of the "bidis" I can't imagine what the deal is with that. Is it a "cool" thing? I've given quitting a chance or two over the years, but I just couldn't kick it. I think most of it is the reaching for one and holding it in your hand. Maybe that's why the e-cigs worked for me. I really concentrated on when I smoked the most and what I was doing at the time. I found that driving was my weak time so I've really concentrated on my hours of commute time every week. And, you're right about the smell. I don't miss the yucky smell on everything I touched. I actually have a sense of smell again! lol

Since: Jun 14

Montréal, Canada

#9 Jun 5, 2014
Duck lover wrote:
1. No, nicotine doesn't cause cancer, however it is more addictive then heroin. The 2,547 other chemicals in tobacco are apparently carcinogenic.
2. Not enough data yet. Only time will tell. Remove the nicotine and the e-cig users will probably go back to tobacco products.
3. Not if they can obtain the nicotine fix.
1, Nicotine is similar as caffeine. and e cigarette don't burning, it is not as cigarette which has so much chemicals.. if e cigarette take replacement of tobacco cigarette, will it save millions of lives ?
2, if remove nicotine away... it can't fit the smokers' Addiction , it can't be the replacement of tobacco cigarette. and e cigarette will not make second hand somking.. Even there are not enough date yet, but by now, it shows is.

what i want to say is that, as non-smoker, e cigarette is not good. but for smokers, it is a good health thing.

“The Donald for President”

Since: Mar 14

Narragansett, RI

#10 Jun 6, 2014
Nah wrote:
I haven't heard of the "bidis" I can't imagine what the deal is with that. Is it a "cool" thing? I've given quitting a chance or two over the years, but I just couldn't kick it. I think most of it is the reaching for one and holding it in your hand. Maybe that's why the e-cigs worked for me. I really concentrated on when I smoked the most and what I was doing at the time. I found that driving was my weak time so I've really concentrated on my hours of commute time every week. And, you're right about the smell. I don't miss the yucky smell on everything I touched. I actually have a sense of smell again! lol
I think these bidi's were attractive to people that were under the impression that they weren't as dangerous as regular cigarettes and preferred them because they came in different flavors such as chocolate, lemon, cherry, strawberry, etc. It became quickly apparent that they were actually worse because they don't have filters. They can be ordered online even though they are prohibited in the US. They are simply attractive to younger folks. I never tried them but have seen people smoking them. If it's not a glass of fine wine, I take a pass.:) Happy to hear the e-cig worked for you!

If you are interested in just learning more about this tobacco product, the link below should help. Hope it launches, since sometimes URL's will automatically truncate if ithey are too long.

http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/us-b...

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