24 Sep 2020

Why Are Electronic Cigarettes More Eco-Friendly?

Electronic cigarettes are more eco friendly than tobacco cigarettes in many ways. From their very roots- what they do- to where they end up, vapor cigarettes have a far lighter carbon footprint than their combustible counterparts. If you have the option to choose greener products,…

Going Green? Go with E-Cigs

Smoking cigarettes is not a “green” habit whatsoever. It’s probably one of the least eco-friendly things you could possibly do! Not healthy for you as an individual, not healthy for the environment. They fill your body with dangerous substances, depositing them into your lungs, exposing…

Change Your Life with E-Cigs

If you’re a smoker, are you looking for some change for the better? Doesn’t the allure of vapor smoking intrigue you? Looking forward to quitting in the future? Here’s how e-cigarettes can be the motivation you need to rearrange your habits. First of all, it…

Smoking Can Rot Your Brain; Choose E-Cigs!

So according to new research, cigarettes can also rot the brain. This is in addition to causing all varieties of health ills, ranging from the ultra deadly cancers of the lungs, mouth, throat, and tongue; to strokes, to heart disease and all kinds of cardiovascular…

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