As more and more smokers are giving consideration to quitting their smoking habits, the introduction of electronic cigarettes into the market provides a healthy solution. Mixmelot now advocates that high-quality e-cigarettes are healthy for the lungs of the body.
Shenzhen, China -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/19/2013 -- Today, survey has shown that the demand for electronic cigarettes is fast becoming a popular trend in the wholesale China electronics sector of the e-commerce industry. In support of their effectiveness for overcoming addiction and withdrawal syndrome, Mixmelot, a leading China shop, now advocates the usage of high-quality e-cigarettes as being healthy for the lungs.
According to the Marketing Manager, a typical e-cigarette does not contain any tobacco or tar and it is free from cancer-promoting carcinogens that are present in traditional cigarettes. However, the "aura that is characteristic of nicotine content in tobacco can also be enjoyed in the electronic device. In addition, the device can be used with a variety of flavor that are sweet to smell, and these include apple, strawberry, menthol, and chocolate."
It is reported that tobacco cigarettes produce smoke that is composed of carbon monoxide and ash since they are by-products of combustion. When the toxic substances get deposited on the lining of the lungs, they cause health problems like cancer. The Marketing Manager confirms, saying, "all the negative side effects of tobacco are eliminated in a high-quality e-cigarette device."
More so, there have been press releases that the death toll that arise from the tobacco smoking can be drastically reduced if the use of electronic cigarettes is highly recommended to smokers, and the occurrence of lung cancer would be minimized. Unfortunately, the product is banned in some countries.
With the aim to provide the best deals on its storefront, Mixmelot now offers wholesale electronic cigarettes to smokers who want to quit smoking.
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