These uncertainties need to be cleared up for the benefit of the consumer. The consumer, in this case, is the one who needs to make the important decision to transform his or her smoking habit from the old and unpleasant tradition of smoking poisonous tobacco cigarettes, which continue to carry surgeon generals’ warnings, towards smoking the less harmful, it can be argued, electronic cigarette. In terms of exercising universal responsibility where health is concerned, it is appreciated that studies continue to be conducted on the particles emitted from the e-cigarette to determine whether these are more or less the same as those emitted from tobacco cigarettes.
The consumer, it has to be said, needs clarification. For the time being, these are just some of the findings. Ejuice particle content, it has been declared, ranges in what is known as the ultrafine range. But the particles can still penetrate the smoker’s lungs deeply. What is known as pulmonary toxicity can occur. To compensate, here is a suggestion. Like learning the fine art of cigar smoking, where no inhalation is possible, new e-cigarette smokers can refine their habit to minimize the potential damage done to them.
The huge uncertainty is this. It is not clearly known whether the e-cigarette’s ultrafine particles have harmful health effects similar to those encountered when smoking tobacco cigarettes. Facts, figures and uncertainties kicked all to one side, this is a known fact. It is encouraging news to the consumer who is realistic in his or her expectation that it will not be possible to quit smoking any day soon. The latest range of ejuices and all related products contain no nicotine at all.
So, as they say; put that in your pipe and smoke it.