Thursday, 28 July 2016

Eliquid ejuice vape liquid

It genuinely becomes good sense that inhaling the scary 7,357 extremely dangerous chemicals in tobacco smoke cannot even remotely compare with an ecigarette with its few ingredients such as nicotine, flavour (if you use our Doubler Eliquids safest known ingredients only) and harmless propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin.



You are going to just have to create your own choices. Smoke or
doubler?

A lot more research on smoke.. warning scary!

Researchers have estimated that cigarette smoke has 7,357 chemical compounds from many different classes (Rodgman and Perfetti 2009

https://books.google.com.au/books?id=D2HvBQAAQBAJ )

- A few of the more commonly known chemicals in cigarette smoke

Cancer causing chemicals in tobacco smoke include:

- Benzene;

- 2-naphthylamine;

- 4-aminobiphenyl;

- Chromium;

- Cadmium;

- Vinyl chloride;

- Ethylene oxide;

- Arsenic;

- Beryllium;

- Nickel; and

- Polonium-210.1,2

Toxic chemicals in tobacco smoke include:

- Nicotine - the addictive agent in tobacco smoke;

- Formaldehyde - utilised in preservation of laboratory specimens;

- Ammonia - employed in toilet cleaner;

- Hydrogen Cyanide - used in rat poison;

- Acetone - used in nail polish remover;

- Carbon monoxide - present in car exhaust;

- Tar - particulate matter in cigarette smoke;

- Toluene - found in paint thinners;

- Phenol - used in fertilisers. 1,2

These chemicals are considered toxic because they have serious health impacts about the

human body. For example:

- Hydrogen cyanide, deadly carbon monoxide and tar cause, or are related to,

cardiovascular disease and chronic obstructive lung disease;1 and

- Ammonia and formaldehyde cause eye, nose and throat irritations and other

breathing problems.

Now here an extensive listing of chemical components found in tobacco smoke:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/…/PMC…/table/t1-ijerph-08-00613/

1 comment:

  1. After doing some research online, I've ordered my first electronic cigarette kit on VaporFi.

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