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What Science Has To Say About E-cigs


It’s amazing to me that Science of all things is ace-cigstually beginning to take an interest in e-cigarettes. So, what do they have to say and is it good news or is it bad news? There’s a huge glaring flaw with “scientific studies”. More often than not, these “studies” are not done by multiple facilities. It’s usually a bored group of students at some random no-name university that does a short one time study and they base their scientific evidence based off of that one non-conclusive study. So who can we trust?

Essentially, the state of Science in general is nothing short of utter crap. The methodologies behind these studies are often wrong and just flat out make no sense to most common sense people using their brains. They use these randomized controlled tests and its like most of them want a certain outcome to happen so they’ll tilt the odds in their favor. How many times have you been watching the news and now you can’t eat a certain food because of something a few random people said?

One week, eggs might be good for you and the next week, eggs will cause a random limb on your person to explode. I mean, scientific studies are really that insane. If they were done by a large group of universities and all of them (or at least most of them) found the same results, we could trust them. Did you know there’s actually a study out there done by some Southern Californian university that’s saying that e-cigarettes have metal in them? There are some certain types of harmful chemicals and metals in them that could cause serious and harmful side effects?

I mean come on… There are people who actually believe this stuff as well. It’s what the media does. They print anything they want in the hopes you’ll keep watching and believing everything they have to say. The media is the un-opinionated person’s favorite thing in the world. They need to hand-held and told what to believe and what not to believe. For this reason, we find it’s best to avoid any kind of scientific studies regarding vaping because they’ve all come out to be bullcrap so far.

Yes, vape does contain certain types of metals in them but there’s no study shown that concludes they’re harmful to the person vaping and vaping is still far less toxic than smoking. We don’t see many reports of people breathing in e-juice smoke and receiving harmful effects. The media just wants to paint vapers in a bad light; it’s what they always do. It’s because it’s not as popular as smoking (yet…) and the cigarette companies are angry.

Think about it though, can you blame them? Cigarette companies make most of their money by keeping people addicted to a product that will kill them and then they offer them more products that can help relieve symptoms. They’re a dirty and low down business but someone’s got to make the big bucks, right?

What Is E-Liquid? Beginner’s Guide

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E-liquid, also called e-juice or vape liquid is the fluid used in vapour inhalation devices (vaporizers). Vapour devices vaporize active ingredients of the e-liquid for inhalation.


E-liquid generally contains propylene glycol or vegetable glycerine along with nicotine. Propylene Glycol is used as a flavor carrier, as an ingredient in food coloring and as an additive in various medicines. Vegetable Glycerin is a sweet, thick, vegetable based liquid. Both Propylene Glycol and Vegetable Glycerine are generally blended together when used in e-liquid to provide smooth inhalation experience. However, there are e-liquids available without either propylene glycol, vegetable glycerine or nicotine. But a policy statement for electronic nicotine delivery systems from American Association for Cancer Research and the American Society of Clinical Oncology reveals 97% of users use nicotine based e-liquids.

E-liquids include additional components depending on the purpose of the vapouriser. In electronic cigarettes, they generally include nicotine and an additional flavour. The flavour is usually tobacco in electronic cigarettes and cannabis or other medicinal herbs or herb blends when used for medicinal purpose. E-liquids used for culinary purposes include herbs and spices to release flavour that would otherwise be difficult to include.

E-liquids are sold in bottles, pre-filled disposable cartridges, or as a do-it-yourself kit for consumers. The standard notation “mg/ml” is often used on labels to denote nicotine concentration, and is sometimes shortened to “mg”. Refill liquids are often sold in the size range from 15 to 30 ml. There are over 8000 different flavours of e-liquid.

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E-liquids are used to fuel vapour devices. When heated, it creates aerosol vapours for inhalation.

Vaporizers contain e-liquid in a fuel tank. When the liquid is heated to a temperature of 100-250 degrees celsius, aerosol vapours are formed. Aerosol consists of tiny, sub-micron particles of liquid or solid suspended within a gas phase. In electronic cigarettes, these vapours are inhaled into the lungs. the aerosol vapours provide a flavour similar to tobacco and replace the cigarette smoke.

A typical vapouriser contains 3 main components – battery, tank and atomizer. The tank holds e-liquid. The atomizer heats the e-liquid to a temperature to create aerosol vapours. The atomizer is powered by a battery.


E-liquid used in electronic cigarettes generate vapours to replace traditional smoke. E-cigarettes that do not include nicotine help former smokers eliminate their nicotine intake. It is also more aesthetic because of the reduction in smell, ash and bad breath. Studies show that the emissions from e-cigarettes are 15 times lesser than emissions from traditional cigarettes.

Research shows that for patients suffering from chronic pain, medicinal cannabis reduced daily pain by 34%, a statistically significant amount. Use of e-liquid based vapours for medicinal cannabis exposes users to lower levels of harmful substances than smoking cannabis.