Britain’s Department of Health says electronic cigarettes (E-cigs) HELP smokers quit cigarettes and have 95% less toxins – New study reveals. The FDA of the USA won’t advocate e-cigs because they have no control over them right now and they help smokers quit cigarettes, but an agency for Britain’s Department of Health wants to help its people avoid disease and health destruction, so they released the truth about electronic cigarettes and the latest study reveals they contain 95% less toxins on average than cancer sticks. Folks, the proof is “in.”
E-cigarettes, if you weren’t sure, are tobacco-free devices people use to inhale vapor that often contains nicotine and some natural flavoring, so of course Big Tobacco doesn’t want anyone getting their nicotine fix from anywhere else, other than their 7,000-chemical-loaded pesticide sticks that burn at 1700 degrees and drive the billion-dollar cancer industry that Big Tobacco invests in heavily. Some Americans are unbelievably still naive, and think that Big Tobacco and Big Pharma aren’t in bed together, but when they wake up each morning they both have a cigarette and count their money. They want smokers to believe that e-cigarettes are as bad as cigarettes or even WORSE, so the addicts will never learn that more than 60% of smokers who switch to e-cigs will NEVER go back to smoking cancer sticks, or at least they haven’t yet. That’s an amazing statistic compared to other “quit” methods, in fact, it blows them all away. Maybe that’s because even though e-cigs often contain nicotine, it’s much less nicotine than cigarettes (like one tenth) and there are no pesticides, bleach, ammonia, formaldehyde, lead, aluminum, and you get the message.
“E-cigarettes are not completely risk free but when compared to smoking, evidence shows they carry just a fraction of the harm,” according to Professor Kevin Fenton from Public Health England, who carried out the publicly-funded study.
Even passive inhalation (second-hand vapors) from the e-cigarettes are less harmful than second-hand smoke from cigarettes.
This report tells us the opposite of the one by WHO, the World Health Organization, that called for rigorous regulation, indoor use bans and the ban of sale to minors. Of course, no minors should ever be purchasing or using nicotine, the third most addicting drug in the world, but smokers who don’t like dying of cancer would be wise to find a much safer way to get their nicotine until they can end that too. Plus, the study destroyed the myth that teens who try e-cigs are “twice as likely” to move on to smoking as those who never try e-cigs. Debunked!
E-cigarettes are the MOST POPULAR quit-smoking aids in US and Britain
First of all, electronic cigarettes are WAY cheaper than the commercial cigarette habit. Let’s just begin right there. Besides health, people love to hear about saving money while trying to quit a bad habit, instead of spending a fortune for dangerous prescription medications with horrific side effects, health care deductibles and co-pays, chemical treatments, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, and other invasive, non-proven methods for treating chemical addictions.
Secondly, e-cigs are not proving to be a “gateway” drug like regulatory agencies and Big Tobacco would have us all believe, if they got their way.
“There is no evidence that e-cigarettes are undermining England’s falling smoking rates,” said Professor Ann McNeil who helped author the research.
Nearly all of the 2.6 million adults using e-cigarettes in Britain are current or ex-smokers who are using the devices to help them quit and only 2 percent of young people are regular users, the study also said.