Difference between e cig and regular cig?
What are some of the differences between a e cigarette and a regular cigarette? Do you have experience with them and what is your take on the technology behind them? Are they healthy or harmful in your opinion?
E ciggs (most of them) do contain nicotine, and smoking them does really kick an urge, but if you are addicted to the feeling of smoking a cigarette, they may not be right for you. They lack the satisfying burn as they travel down the throat, but because of that they remain a bit healthier than regular cigarettes.
I'll try to draw the difference between e-cigs and cigarettes in one simple sentence for you:
E-Cigs have 4,000 less chemicals than regular cigarettes and they produce no smoke, tar, or toxins.
I think this is the major difference between the two beside the obvious manufacturing differences behind them.
As far as the safety of e-cigs, I think you'll find everything you need to know here: http://ecigarettereviewed.com/studies-f … -are-safe/
Hope this answers your question.
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