What if you could have a cigarette without the 4,000 chemicals and toxins? (Electronic cigarette vapor is comprised of propylene glycol, water, glycerin, flavoring, and nicotine.)

Of the 4,000 chemicals in cigarettes, 60 are known to cause cancer. (Studies done on electronic cigarette vapor to date show either no cancer causing chemicals or only trace levels of TSNA carcinogens, which are also found in nicotine gum. The majority of the cancer causing chemicals found in tobacco smoke are produced from combustion. E-Cigarettes use vaporization…..not combustion.)

What if you could have a cigarette without exposing your family and friends to second hand smoke?
(Electronic Cigarettes produce vapor, not smoke.)

Nationwide, 53,000 non-smokers die each year from second hand smoke. (Electronic cigarettes don’t produce smoke, they produce vapor. There is no evidence that the second hand vapor is harmful to bystanders.)

What if you had another option? (You do. If you are a long time smoker and can’t quit smoking, try the electronic cigarette.)

For more information about electronic cigarettes visit www.ECAssoc.org.

To buy an electronic cigarette, visit Instead Electronic Cigarettes.

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One Response to What If There Were an Alternative to Smoking?

  1. gregoria pichardo says:

    That was wonderful. I can breath again after smoking for 40 years. I have been vaping for 6 months and do not have the words to explain what it feels like to be able to smell, taste, breath, that awful smokers cough is gone, which proves that even old smokers like myself can begin repairing thier bodies when they start vaping and stop smoking. I feel as though a second chance has been given to me and everyone I know who has made the switch. Incidentally, I did try every other method of smoke cessation over the years that were totally useless. If it ever comes to breaking the law to vape, I will continue to vape. I will go to jail to vape, and give every american the choice to vape.

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