E-Cigarettes by there very name are associated with traditional cigarette smoking, but besides the mimicry of actions and the ability to inhale nicotine, the two activites couldn’t be more different. Below we have compiled a comprehensive comparative chart between ecigs and smoking as its traditionally known paying particular attention to the health benefits of ecigs compared to traditional cigarettes.
Although being slightly biased we were suprised to see that cigarettes:
– contain 1600 times the number of chemicals
– cost 8.5 times as much or $3760 more per year for the average smoker
– contribute 760,000 tonnes of non-biodegradable butts annually
Vaping is a term used to describe the process that happens when you use an electronic cigarette (e-cig). You inhale vapour coming from a small vaporiser. The legalities of using e-cigs vary from country to country and the main factor that decides whether it’s legal or not hinges on whether it contains nicotine because those with nicotine can’t be sold in Australia.
VaperEmpire is one of the biggest sellers of e-cigs in Australia. They choose to sell e-cigs that do contain nicotine because they believe the research claiming that nicotine causes smoking to become addictive and, by adding it to e-cigs, it eliminates the craving for the more deadly real cigarettes. (more…)
Smoking cigarettes has been proven to be harmful to overall health. E-cigarettes have become a regulated healthier alternative to cigarettes in many parts of the world and, in turn, have become a consumer draw. However, e-cigarettes aren’t legal in all cities or countries whether it be using the product, or importing product. If you live, work, or are planning a trip to Australia and are looking into an e-cigarette alternative you will want to know if you can use them or sell them in that part of the world.
What Are E-Cigarettes and Regulated Nicotine Replacement?
E-cigarettes are an electronic system that delivers nicotine to the user without harmful smoke. Only vapor or mist is emitted when being used. According to the Australian Government Department of Health, Therapeutic Goods Administration, e-cigarettes have not been tested for overall safety or as a Nicotine Replacement Product. There are concerns about health and safety when using e-cigarettes with nicotine in Australia. (more…)