The popularity of electronic cigarettes has vastly increased since 2011. Not many people knew about ecigarettes, evaporisers, ecigs when we opened Soulblu Shop to sell electronic cigarettes in Melbourne over 5 years ago, but today you find more people talking about this smoking alternative, even on T.V shows, T.V reports, newspaper, magazines, radio stations, etc. It has been a satisfactory job helping and listening thousands of experiences from ex-smokers about how well they feel since they started vaping and how their health, lifestyle and relationships have improved. Despite of the increase on the vaping population and the number of successful stories told by Soulblu returning customers to our Vape store, the same type of questions is to be asked by many smokers prior to making the switch. Many of the concerns raised by customers include:
Either if you are a smoker or just want to gather more information related to these trendy e cigarettes, below you can find some studies done to help you solve all your questions and alleviate any fears regarding e-cigarettes and the e-liquids contained in them.
The most complete report about e-cigarettes safety and effectiveness released in April 2016, encourages smokers to consider E-cigarettes as a less harmful alternative and concludes “E-cigarettes are 95% safer than smoking tobacco cigarettes”.
The most unbiased documentary explaining the health benefits to smokers who switch to e-cigarettes using scientific evidence and a real-life study of a group of volunteers trying to give up smoking using e-cigarettes. Watch the full video: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03vq9tl Still not sure after reading the Report: “Nicotine without smoke” and watching the “BBC Documentary”. Then you might have to read all the scientific evidence and studies done around the world. ABOUT ECIGS SAFETY
http://www.aei.org/publication/new-fda-e-cigarette-regulations-killing-an-industry-killing-smokers/ A comprehensive report on e-cigarettes, concluding that e-cigarettes are much healthier than tobacco cigarettes according to common sense. He suggested that regulating e-cigs could be a deadly decision for public health.