How Do E-Cigarettes Work

E-Cigarettes are a great invention, that allow the user to still feel like they are smoking, but instead of inhaling hundreds of deadly chemicals, they inhale a mixture of flavouring agents (natural extracts and FDA approved ingredients) and water. But how to these little wonders actually work…

The modern electronic cigarette’s design was devised by Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik in 2003, though the earliest known description of its concept was authored by Herbert A. Gilbert in 1963. The concept is simple.. and it’s actually quite amazing how simple the premise of an e-cigarette works. A e-cigarette has 3 main components to it, and these remain essentially the same no matter what kind/brand or model you have. A battery, a atomizer and the cartridge/tank for the e-liquid.

Essentially if your speaking in functionally wise, e-cigarettes are just a miniature version of a common fog machine.

A fog machine has a small element that heats up, and a mixture of glycerine (a vegetable based extract), or Propylene Glycol (both are used in thousands of …

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The E-Cigarette

The e-cigarette an invention from a Chinese pharmacist a few years ago, although started with a small following in it’s original country of origin, has in the past few years become a world wide hit as people learn about the e cigarette and how it can potentially be used to replace smoking real cigarettes. While the e cigarette is a fantastic electronics device, It does not come without controversy and some apprehension from government and corporate people in various countries.

In the USA the FDA tried for almost 2 years to ban the sale of the e cigarette trying to say it should be considered a medical device and citing issues with quality control of e-liquid and other such things as reasons it should be banned.

Eventually the FDA ban on the e cigarette was over ruled in supreme court several times, and the e cigarette is fully legal for now in the usa to be sold with nicotine e-liquid. Here in USA, Health USA issued a statement that vendors can not market import …

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