New research shows that e-cigarettes have 1000 times less carcinogens than real cigarettes. Personally I have started smoking e-cigarettes since about a month ago and they are certainly good substitutes for indoor smoking although I still haven’t kick the habit.
In the first truly comprehensive study of the somewhat controversial nicotine replacement method, researchers at Boston University’s School of Public Health has found that not only are e-cigarettes much safer to “smoke” than normal ones, they may also aid in kicking the addictive habit altogether. According to the researchers, “few, if any” of the chemicals found in e-cigarettes pose serious health risks, and carcinogen levels in them are up to 1,000 times lower than in actual tobacco.
Also check out our review of SmokeStik e-cigarettes.