What are electronic cigarettes?

Electronic cigarettes (also known as e-cigarettes or personal vaporizers) are an alternative to tobacco cigarettes. They are battery-operated devices that create an inhalable, water-based mist instead of smoke. The rechargeable battery powers a heating element called an "atomizer." The element uses low heat to turn  liquid in the cartridge, which contains propylene glycol, glycerin, food flavoring and nicotine, into a fog-like mist.

There are many models of e-cigarettes available. Some look like traditional cigarettes, others look similar to a pen and some even look like small flashlights. They come in all shapes and sizes and have different features. Some have LED lights, some have built-in liquid reservoirs, others have combined atomizer cartridges, some are tubular and some are even rectangular boxes. 


Are Electronic Cigarettes Safe?

While anything containing nicotine cannot be called 100% safe, evidence from numerous studies strongly suggests that they are magnitudes safer than tobacco cigarettes.

Read more  Electronic Cigarette FAQS from CASAA      


  






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Electronic cigarette products of any type are intended for use by persons 18 or older. Please consult your physician before using these products.

Electronic cigarettes and personal vaporizers are not NRT (nicotine reduction therapies) and are not intended as a quit-smoking device.  Nicotine is an extremely addictive substance and can be harmful or fatal if misused or handled incorrectly. They should not be available to minors or anyone under the age of 18.  Please keep all products away from children and pets. Electronic Cigarette products are not evaluated by the FDA, use at your own risk.

Surgeon General's warning: 
Smoking Causes Lung Cancer, Heart Disease, Emphysema, And May Complicate Pregnancy. Quitting Smoking Now Greatly Reduces Serious Risks to Your Health. Smoking By Pregnant Women May Result in Fetal Injury, Premature Birth, And Low Birth Weight.