Are you among the estimated 10 million Britons who smoke tobacco dry herb vape? If so, we want you to know that the e-cigarette offers a viable alternative that millions of people, just like you, have already determined is superior to traditional cigarettes. If you are willing to compare electronic cigarettes to tobacco with an open mind, you may very well reach the same conclusion. Make no mistake; electronic cigarettes are an entirely different product. With e-cigs, there is no:
tar, carbon monoxide, etc.
offensive odor
yellowing stain
smoke or second hand smoke.
When you choose electronic cigarettes, you are choosing a product experts are now saying could potentially save millions of lives. To encourage you to give them a try, we’ve put together a list of five ways to compare electronic cigarettes with tobacco: Couple comparing electronic cigarettes in their home
1. Smoke or Vapor
The most important difference between tobacco and e-cigarettes should be as plain as the difference between ‘smoke’ and ‘vapor’. Tobacco cigarettes make use of the combustion process to create smoke filled with toxic chemicals and carcinogens. E-cigarettes use the atomization process to transform a nicotine liquid into a vapor. We encourage you to take a look at some of the research cited by the Electronic Cigarette Consumer Association UK relating to the safety of both e-cigarette liquid and vapor. The scientific evidence shows, at this point, there is likely no real concern about either one. It is certainly worth taking a look.
2. Passive Exposure
It has long been held by the medical community that passive smoking is nearly as dangerous as direct smoking. Moreover, although that belief is now in question, a number of studies have conclusively shown that there is little danger by way of passive vaping. According to Dr. Michael Siegel of Boston University, the latest such study showed no detectable amounts of 11 volatile organic compounds normally found in tobacco smoke as well as trace amounts of nicotine that were 10 times lower. Simply put, the study reveals that passive vaping is not actually a health threat to bystanders.
3. By-products
Two of the by-products of tobacco smoking are offensive odors and yellowing stains. Both are a direct result of heavy particulates in tobacco smoke that penetrate clothing, hair, etc. However, since electronic cigarette vapor does not contain the same heavy particulates, it does not leave behind the odors and stains.
4. Public Use
All across the UK, it is illegal to smoke in public places. Not so with electronic cigarettes. As long as property owners and/or managers do not object, you are free to vape just about anywhere tobacco smoking has been banned. Just be sure to check with management before you begin.
5. Annual Cost
The average 20-a-day smoker in the UK spends about £2,920 annually on tobacco. For someone making the average salary of £26,000, that is more than 10% of their annual income.

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