Well thank you Canton, I appreciate it.Hey, XXX. I know I yank your chain on here about smoking, but I am fully aware that it is a tough habit to break and I have many friends who smoke. With no agenda or politics involved on this one, I can tell you that those e-smokes really work. I just read an article in Popular Science where they stated they are 9 to 400 times less toxic than regular cigarettes and you don't jones for nicotine because you are still getting it. I have friends who have switched over to e-smokes and they say they feel a lot better and can breath better. Also, it costs them about $20 every week and a half, which is a lot cheaper too. They use Halo brand e-smokes. It has a little tank you fill up with juice and it's all made in America. The nicotine the use is pharm grade. Look up the Halo Triton online if you get a chance. Here's what they look like...
Totally off the subject, I know, but I have heard a lot of good things about them and thought it would be worth looking into. One of my friends tried 3 other e-smokes before going with Halo Triton and everything I have read about the company and their products has been good. I have nothing to gain here and I am not trying to f with you for smoking. I just know that they work and might save you some money and be less damaging health wise.
I've heard good and bad about those smokeless cigarettes. I too have many friends that smoke and several of them tried E-cigs. They all went back to smoking.
From what I understand, it doesn't totally satisfy the urge to smoke, maybe make the edges a little less sharp.
I was just talking about those with a guy that unloads my truck. He quit smoking last July and couldn't take it anymore, so he started smoking again last month when his wife went to the hospital. He said he read a story about a famous musician in the rock world and he was on e-cigareets for a while. He got sick and went to his doctor. His doctor recommended that he take up smoking again. This guy was inhaling enough of those e-cigs equivalent to ten packs of cigarettes a day. When he couldn't get satisfied, he just kept inhaling more and more of those e-cigs.
Every year I see my specialist and every year I ask if there is any new breakthrough in regards to quitting cigarettes. He always tells me that there is no magic pill. When they make one he says, I'll be the first to call you. He hates the fact that I smoke, but don't all doctors?