Electronic cigarettes are an alternative to tobacco smoking, although no tobacco is consumed. It is a battery-powered device that provides inhaled doses of nicotine by delivering a vaporized propylene glycol/nicotine solution. Many legislation and public health investigations are currently pending in many countries due to its relatively recent emergence. Most electronic cigarettes are designed to resemble actual tobacco smoking implements, such as cigarettes, cigars, or pipes, but many take the form of ballpoint pens or screwdrivers since those designs are more practical to house the mechanisms involved. Most are also reusable, with replaceable and refillable parts, but some models are disposable.
Electronic cigarettes are relatively new in Asian markets, but they are growing in popularity as news reports late this week indicate. Smokefree, a firm based in Noida on the Indian subcontinent is the predominant player in the Indian market and has launched a line of technologically superior e-cigarettes in the hopes that the smokers in the nation will decide to make the switch.
Advantages of Switching to Smokefree Electronic Cigarettes:
There are many reasons for smokers to abandon tobacco in electric cigarette cartridges favor of, devices which feature a chamber containing a nicotine-based fluid. When “lit,” the fluid produces a vapor that users can breathe in, giving them the sensation and sometimes even the taste associated with the traditional cigarette product. One of the most prominent reasons to switch over involves the safety of others. Unlike traditional cigarettes, Smokefree e-cigarettes produce no substance analogous to second-hand smoke. Only the smoker himself is exposed to the vapor; there is no such thing as second-hand vapor. In a press release detailing the product launch, the CEO of the company explained some goals he has for spreading e-cigs into India: “We want to position it as a high-end premium lifestyle gadget to promote healthier life among youth. We want to tap that segment of the youth who are in early stages of smoking and want to quit.”