Research work on e cigs is still ongoing, states tech-cigarette.com.
Dallas, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/06/2013 -- Tech-cigarette.com spokesperson informed the news room that the research work on electronic cigarettes is still continuing. It is apparent that the main reason why smoking enthusiasts are conducting research studies on smokeless cigarettes is because these devices have gained immense popularity in such a short time span. While the FDA is yet to either approve or disapprove smokeless cigarettes owing to the lack of substantial research proof, the fact remains that this smoke free device has indeed captivated the minds of smoking enthusiasts belonging to different parts of the globe.
As per tech-cigarette, “Several independent research studies pertaining to electronic cigarettes have already taken place and they clearly state these smoke free devices are a suitable substitute to tobacco filled cigarettes. The American Journal of Preventive Medicine mentioned in their 2011 journal that the popularity of e cigs was gaining speed. This implies the more and more smoking enthusiasts like the very idea of trying out cigarettes that are free from ash, tar as well as tobacco content. Basically, smokers have started to take good care of their health, owing to which, they have started to explore options that allow them to continue smoking cigarettes without damaging their overall health in any manner.”
According to Debby Mist, “I really like puffing electric cigarettes, as they provide me with the same taste as well as flavors that I am habitual of relishing while smoking a regular cigarette, without causing the bodily harm that is symbolic to tobacco cigarettes.”
To know more on the research work on e cigs, please visit, http://www.tech-cigarette.com/research-on-electronic-cigarettes-is-still-continuing.html
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