How to Find Discount Offers on Ecigs at Ecig Forum: Some Useful Information

e-cigaretteEcigs are widely used now-a-days because they are quite effective in curbing smoking desire and habit. If you are looking towards a means for quitting this habit, using an electronic cigarette is the best choice. Those who use electronic cigarettes report that over a period of time it has genuinely helped them to curb their smoking habit. They also state that they do not smoke as often as they used to before and that their cravings for a traditional cigarettes is no longer that strong. Good news, isn’t it? Keep reading to find out more.

The advantage in using electronic cigarette is that it does not pollute the environment like a traditional cigarette. You can safely use them in the middle of a crowd or in places where smoking is banned without worrying about the harmful effects of passive smoking. There is no need to use a lighter to light them up as well. Moreover, when you use them you do not find your fingers, teeth or dress getting stained anymore.


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E-Cig Ban For Minors Clears Legislature Despite Objections

Electronic Cigarette Brands are a fairly new item on the market – they look like cigarettes, but don’t produce smoke or ash. But they’re also sparking debate on how they should be regulated and taxes.


A bill recently approved by state lawmakers puts e-cigarettes into a new category of alternative nicotine products, and says those products, like tobacco products, are off limits to kids under 18.

Rep. Stephanie Kunze of the Columbus suburb of Hilliard sponsored the bill, which she says was sparked by recent stats showing a doubling in the number of middle and high school students trying e-cigarettes.

Kunze says the new category is appropriate because, while most e-cigarettes do contain nicotine, there isn’t enough data to show that they are dangerous beyond the potential of nicotine addiction.

“Until these studies come out on the actual effects of e-cigarettes and other alternative nicotine products, I think it’s a little premature to lump them into a category that we have years and years of history on as being harmful,” Kunz says.

But more than two dozen Democrats in the House voted against the bill, saying it didn’t go far enough.

Rep. Nickie Antonio of the Cleveland suburb of Lakewood wanted e-cigarettes to be labeled, regulated and taxed just like regular cigarettes are.

“Should we find down the road that they’re not harmful, then give them a new category once the testing is in. So I guess my question is, why move so quickly now? Part of the reason, I believe, is that Big Tobacco is the sponsor of this bill and bills across the country.”

Kunze readily admits that Lorillard, the third largest cigarette maker in the country and a recent buyer of an electronic cigarette manufacturer, was involved in crafting this legislation.

But she says that was helpful so that the measure could address the latest alternative nicotine products, such as suckers and lozenges.

And she says there’s nothing in the bill that prevents changing the taxes on e-cigarettes when more studies are done on them.

“We don’t know how harmful they are. What if there’s a chemical in there that’s more harmful than a cigarette and we’ve settled on only taxing them at the rate of a traditional cigarette. We could have gone higher. So I think it’s important to realize we can still have that option even with the new definition and the new category.”

But Antonio points there are also no studies that show e-cigarettes or the vapor they produce is harmless, which is why she wanted them to be included in the state’s indoor smoking ban, or that they will help people quit their traditional cigarette habit.

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Ecigs- The New Way to Quit Smoking

smokeless-electric-cigaretteA significant study involving over 300 participants was conducted to determine the effectiveness of electronic cigarettes. This detailed study shows that electronic cigarette brands are the perfect means for those finally looking to quit. The research was conducted on 349 participants over an 8 week period. A significant number were able to quit within two weeks, and that amount climbed to astonishing proportions within the full eight week period.

All of the doctor’s that participated in the study concluded that electronic cigarettes were a healthy alternative. In addition they concluded that the e-cigs acted as an effective way to break both the physical and psychological aspects of the addiction.

Electronic cigarettes contain no tar, no tobacco, and no actual smoke. Cigarettes contain over 4000 chemicals, and ecigs have 5. Anecdotal and trial evidence suggest that e-cigs are the #1 smoking alternative on the market. The newest E-Cig from Vibe takes this one of a kind technology and makes it accessible to everyone.

A new breakthrough 2-piece model is now available with the atomizer built-in to each new cartridge. This allows for the most authentic sensation and great consistency. This new version has only been available for a limited time, but is already generating significant buzz.

- No tar, carbon monoxide or ash
- You can save over $1000 a year
- Recommended by many doctors and dentists
- Doesn’t yellow your teeth

- Won’t make your clothes smell
- Looks, tastes and feels just like the real thing

There has been a ton of positive press on TV and the Internet about electric cigarettes lately. One popular medical TV show “The Doctors” featured it as one of their top 10 key health trends for 2010 and gave strong opinions in favor of this newest product.
Thousands of people around the world have already quit using e-cigarettes, and this new two piece design makes it easier than ever. This product provides the maximum amount of vapor per puff, long battery life, and the longest lasting cartridges on the market. These innovations have made it easier than ever to quit. Vibe, the company behind this new model is currently offering a limited time free trial to anyone interested, but supplies are limited.

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