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A Safe Cigarette? Yes, Electronic Cigarettes Are Carcinogen-Free
Date:6/23/2012

(PRWEB) June 23, 2012

Electronic cigarettes (e cigarettes) have been getting wide use throughout the world. Similar in appearance to a traditional cigarette - even down to the glowing tip – ecigs replicate the pleasures and actions of smoking, but without the actual smoke. Instead, nicotine solution is superheated by a battery-powered vaporizer instead of burning, so zero carcinogens are released to the smoker or the people around them.

Get Your Own Free Electronic Cigarette Trial Kit Today

There are dozens of different brands on the market making buying sometimes confusing, so the website http://electroniccigarettehub.org has not only reviewed the best vapor cigarettes but is offering a special free starter kit so consumers can try the device before committing to buy a full electronic cigarette set.

E-cigarette aficionados can choose from a variety of flavors, from traditional tobacco flavor to vanilla, chocolate, cherry and menthol. The safe vapor from the smokeless cigarette emits a mild, pleasant scent for the people nearby, and furthermore, the second-hand “smoke” is merely water vapor, the nicotine having been absorbed by the users lungs. They’re enjoyable and also a powerful tool for people seeking to quit smoking altogether.

Meagan Donohoe from Lubbock, TX reports, “I love them! My son and I both breathe better, and no more coughing, no more constant stink, and taste & smell senses are back. I had no idea I had really desensitized them. I feel better, much easier to breathe and I find I don't get light headed or short-of-breath like I did before.”

It’s typical that once someone tries a smokeless cigarette they become big fans, which is reflected in their fast-growing popularity, even among celebrities. Katherine Heigl (“Grey’s Anatomy”, Knocked Up) is such a fan of the devices that she appeared on the David Letterman show, puffing on a vapor cigarette in the studio and offering her own electronic cigarette review in which she promoted it as a healthy alternative to traditional tobacco smokes: “You blow out water vapor so you're not harming anyone around you and you're not harming yourself. I'm essentially humidifying the space.”

The multitude of electric cigarette brands have been organized and reviewed at http://electroniccigarettehub.org. A special free offer for a risk-free trial pack is also available to visitors.

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