Are E-Cigs Safe?
I am no doctor and nor do I claim that e-cigs are safe. But it doesn't take a doctor to come to the conclusion of pure common sense. Just the basic eye test really gives you a good idea of what we are comparing here. Below are some chemical ingredients I have researched for both models. Thankfully more and more studies come out regularly about e-cigs thus helping us make a clearer decision when choosing one e-cig over another.
A typical tobacco cigarette contains:
Your typical e-cig contains:
* PG is primarily used a solvent for food colors and flavorings * As a solvent in many pharmaceuticals, including oral, and topical formulations * In saline solutions
* Coffee beans and tea leaves are decaffeinated with this solvent.
I have researched some more detailed links from actual doctors and study groups on different topics pertaining to E-cigs and what they are made - how they are compared to real tobacco cigarettes - along with giving their own professional opinions on what they think the future of e-cigs could hold for users. Please email me if you have some reliable links with info - like below - that may help others find more info and I will gladly post them! (Please don't send me articles with a "target driven" vendor or manufacture. Thanks!)
The latest CNN take on the new trend:
A detailed "back and forth" in the comparisons of real and electronic cigs:
The Recent MAYO post: