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Electronic Cigarettes Proven as One of the Most Effective Ways to Quit Smoking
Date:6/24/2012

(PRWEB) June 24, 2012

Quitting smoking is well-known to be one of the most difficult endeavors a person can do. Throughout history, people have struggled to kick the habit, but finally in the 21st century, a new and extremely safe and effective method has been developed. Electronic Cigarettes (e cigarettes) have been helping thousands of people stop smoking by creating a safe alternative.

Duplicating the look and feel of smoking a cigarette, even down to a glowing red tip, e cigarettes are a sophisticated nicotine delivery system, that eliminate the carcinogens and over 4,000 chemicals in tobacco. In a limited time offer, http://electroniccigarettehub.org is offering smokers curious about e cigs an opportunity to receive a free risk-free sample smokeless cigarette kit.

Get Your Own Free Electronic Cigarette Trial Kit Today

All smokeless cigarette starter kits have a lifetime guarantee and contain:

  • Rechargeable Lithium Battery
  • Steel Atomizer
  • Nicotine Cartridges
  • Wall Charger plus an USB Charger
  • Gift Box
  • Hassle-free Start Manual

Sometimes called vapor cigarettes, electric cigarettes work by superheating a replaceable cartridge that delivers a dose of nicotine in the form of water vapor, frequently flavored with chocolate, vanilla and cherry flavors as well as traditional tobacco and menthol. The “smoker’s” body absorbs the nicotine and exhales a harmless water vapor similar to the smoke from a burning cigarette but without the chemicals, carcinogens and second-hand risk to friends and loved ones. Ecigs have no known health risks.

James Kenton from Pittsburg, PA said, “I made the switch to e-cigarettes and it is the best decision I have ever made. I feel great and am not waking up congested or short of breath anymore. My family is very proud of me and so am I. I no longer smell like an ashtray and do not have to worry about the smell bothering my son when I am holding him. My wife also seems to want to get a little closer to me more often also. I am so thankful for the creation of e-cigarettes.”

Electronic cigarettes create no tar, ash or smoke. Because there is no flame and burning, electric cigarettes are much safer to use, and offer the user the freedom to enjoy “vaping” anywhere – airports, bars, hotels and restaurants. Lack of tar and other toxins keep the teeth from turning yellow and lungs from being damaged.

With so many e cigarettes to buy, how does a consumer find the best one? The website http://electroniccigarettehub.org has organized reviews of all the major brands. Besides being able to read the best electronic cigarette reviews, consumers may also register to receive a free trial starter kit for anyone interested in help to quit smoking.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/6/prweb9634658.htm.


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