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Electronic or E-Cigarettes
Electronic or E-Cigarettes are devices designed to mimic cigarettes. Kai Natural Care introduced in India a totally Herbal range i.e. 100% natural, organic and nicotine free e-liquids. The metal tubes are designed to look like real cigarettes and contain a cartridge filled with a flavoring liquid that is vaporized by a battery-powered heating element. The fluid vapor is inhaled by smokers when they draw on the device, as they would a regular cigarette. There’s no fire, no ash and no smoky smell. E-cigarettes do not contain any of the harmful chemicals associated with smoking tobacco cigarettes, such as carbon monoxide and tar. The market for e-cigarettes is growing rapidly as the immense positive potential of electronic cigarettes is starting to be more widely understood.
Better than other marketed similar products:
Components of E-Cigarettes:
An e-cigarette has three main parts:
The lithium battery powers the e-cigarette and can be charged using a charger similar to those used for cell phone batteries. The charged battery is connected to the vaporization chamber, a hollow tube that contains electronic controls and an atomizer — the component that creates the vapor. Before the user activates the device, he or she attaches a cartridge containing liquid to the vaporization chamber. The tip of the cartridge serves as the e-cigarette’s mouthpiece.
Working of E- cigarettes:
E-cigarettes are actually vaporizers which heats up a liquid filled in cartilages. The liquid turns into vapor, which is then inhaled, or “vaped.”
E- Cigarettes safer than regular cigarettes:
Evidences suggest that e-cigarettes may be safer than regular cigarettes. The biggest danger from tobacco is the smoke, and e-cigarettes don’t burn. Tests show the levels of dangerous chemicals they give off are negligible of what you’d get from a real cigarette. So, E-cigarettes may be less harmful than cigarettes.
“Obviously, it would be best if smokers could quit completely,” says Michael Siegel, MD, MPH, a professor at Boston University’s School of Public Health. “But if that’s not possible, I think they’d be a lot better off with e-cigarettes. They’re a safer alternative.”
Benefits of E- Cigarettes:
Each pack comes with 10 disposable cartilages at an attractive price of Rs. 1000