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  • February 04, 2016
  • Cihan Solakoglu

E-Cigarettes or Nicotine Patches?

In a recent research study performed in Auckland, New Zealand, 657 smokers who wanted to quit were recruited, and were assigned randomly to three groups. 580 people were split into two groups and were given a 13-week supply of either nicotine patches or e-cigarettes that delivered nicotine vapour. The remaining 77 people were given placebo ecigarettes. Six months later, the...

  • February 04, 2016
  • Cihan Solakoglu

E-Cigarettes & E-Liquid Toxic?

An article posted on 9th July 2013 by the World Health Organisation explains that an introductory analysis of e-cigarette cartridges performd by the FDA in 2009 identified that some contain tobacco-specific nitrosamines (TSNAs), known as cancer-causing agents. However, the amounts of TSNAs present were at the same levels with existing NRT products like nicotine gum and inhalers. Cancer Research UK...

  • February 04, 2016
  • Cihan Solakoglu

What is eLiquid/eJuice? Whats it made out of?

eLiquid is the sugar-based or nicotine-based liquid used in an eCigarette, which is heated by an atomiser that creates vapour and mimics the taste and sensation of smoking a cigarette. The quality of your eLiquid will determine the experience and the enjoyment of using and eCigarette. eLiquid is mainly made up of a propylene glycol (PG) or vegetable glycerin (VG) base....

  • February 04, 2016
  • Cihan Solakoglu

Whats Electronic Cigarette?

An eCigarette or more commonly known as the eCig, is a battery-powered device in the form of a cigarette which heats up nicotine or sugar-based liquids and vaporizes providing the smoke for the user to inhale and exhale. An eCigarette does not contain tobacco and the many harmful chemicals commonly found in a normal cigarette. If you are a smoker and...

  • February 04, 2016
  • Cihan Solakoglu

Does Electronic Cigarette help you Quit Smoking?

Although there are no actual studies performed on the effects of Ecigarettes and eLiquids on aiding with quitting smoking, it is known to be less toxic and everything used in them is digestible! In fact, some parts of the fluids are used in the health care industry to sterilize breathing air (proylene glycol). “A study just released by Professor IgorBurstyn, Drexel...