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An alternative to smoking
Easy to get rid of nicotine addiction
Benefit to use nicotine salt:
You’ll get more nicotine, more quickly: In general, nicotine salts formed using a suitable acid and paired with the right sort of device seem to get nicotine to your blood more quickly.
You can use higher-nicotine juices: You don’t need to consume 10 mL of e-juice per day if you can have a 50 mg/ml e-juice instead of a 5mg/mL one.
Nicotine salt e-juice has a longer shelf-life: Nicotine salts are more stable than freebase nicotine, which means that nicotine salt e-juice will last longer in storage without the nicotine degrading.
You don’t need a powerful device: Nicotine salt e-liquids are more efficient at getting you nicotine, so you don’t need to compensate with a 150 W box mod – a simple, tiny device can be just as satisfied.
Remarks: All nicotine-containing flavors are suitable for nicotine salt;
High temperature series Strength (nicotine concentration): 3mg, 5mg, 6mg;
Conventional strength (nicotine concentration): 30mg, 35mg, 40mg, 50mg
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Smokers around the world are now faced with a new smoke-free option that offers the nicotine of cigarettes without the tar and other chemicals found in smoke. This new option, known as electronic cigarettes, provides smokers with an alternative that is, according to Public Health England‘s e-cigarette evidence review, likely 95% less harmful than smoking cigarettes.
While there’s a growing body of science-based evidence to support Public Health England’s stance on e-cigarettes as they compare to cigarettes, there are still smokers that are unaware of the potential benefits of switching to vaping. For those that are aware, the benefits aren’t limited to health, as numerous ex-smokers who have switched to vaping have found vaping to be less expensive.
Regardless of what science has to say about vaping, there are many areas around the world where vaping still faces hurdles in the form of restrictions and regulations. Australia vape enthusiasts, in some cases, may find it difficult to obtain e-cigarettes and e-liquids, particularly those that contain nicotine, in local stores. But overseas vape companies have been quick to fill the void by providing vapers access to nicotine vaping products through online stores. Vaper Empire, a vape company that has been in business serving Australian customers since 2012, is one such company.
In some areas of the world, it remains more difficult than this. So while Australians can buy these products online, there are still those in the world that can’t as legislation prohibiting access to such products remains in place.
It would appear as if, at least in some cases, this is an example of technology moving faster than legislation. As legislation takes time to be proposed and enacted, vaping technology is already here.
In the United States, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration only recently moved to approve the sale of IQOS, a heat-not-burn device that offers a similar, yet different, smoke-free experience as electronic cigarettes. Meanwhile, the device has been available in a number of countries, which shows how much of a delay can exist when it comes to introducing new technology to market depending on the locale.
Just how long has IQOS been on the market? It was first released in Japan and Italy in 2014. As of 2019, it has received FDA approval to be sold in marketed in the United States.
Last year, the Australian Bureau of Statistics released figures showing that smoking rates had actually risen in Australia for the first time in years, which is perhaps indicative of a potential benefit to easing restrictions on vaping products within the country. Meanwhile, there are countries where restrictions on such products are even more intense, such as Singapore.
In Singapore, it is illegal to use e-cigarettes. It’s also illegal to sell them. Infractions are punishable by fines up to $1,500 (US).
Interestingly, a number of countries have made it illegal to sell e-cigarettes, but legal to use them, placing those who use them in a curious position.
While the debate over the health implications of vaping continues to be researched and argued, the reality of the underlying technology in use in modern e-cigarettes is that it has been around for years. What exactly science will conclude on the matter remains to be seen.
A new website that provides information and advice on vaping in New Zealand has been launched on June 9th.
The site – www.vapingfacts.health.nz – was developed by the Ministry of Health and the Health Promotion Agency with input from an expert advisory group.
Associate Health Minister Jenny Salesa said the website gives clear and credible information about vaping as a way to stop smoking.
“Many people miss the nicotine when they quit smoking. Vaping can replace this nicotine but without the toxins found in cigarette smoke. The combustion of the chemicals found in cigarette smoke is what causes almost all of the harm from tobacco.”
Ms Salesa said there are many benefits of smokers switching to vaping, including reducing the risks to their health and the health of their children.
Some people are concerned vaping may lead to young people smoking, but that is not the case, Ms Salesa said. “Smoking among young people is continuing to decline and most young people who vape are smokers or ex-smokers.”
An anti-smoking group said the government’s promotion of vaping as a way to stop smoking is a good thing, but it needs to be marketed towards the right people.
Boyd Broughton from Action on Smoking and Health said the website, and other vaping promotion, needs to be targeted towards smokers to support them to stop, not as a new replacement for smoking.
“There needs to be some really careful thought and consideration given to how they allow it to be marketed and where and when those advertisements are placed, whether it’s on-air, in the shops, in the stores, or online etc.”
Later this year the government is expected to roll out a targeted campaign to promote vaping as a way to stop smoking. “Māori women are the focus of this campaign due to their high smoking rate: 32.5 percent compared with the country’s total rate of 13.8 percent,” Ms Salesa said.