Curb Your Smoking Habit with Non Nicotine Electronic Cigarette

 E-cigarettes are an electronic device that is operated by electronic batteries. The device mimics the real cigarette both physically and functionally. It is used as a tobacco smoking cessation equipment. The device consists of an atomizer, a battery and a cartridge with e-liquid. The atomizer in the e-cig gets heated up by the power of the battery, which in turn heats up the e-liquid to leave mist like vapors that resembles the real smoke in a tobacco cigarette.

 

The e-liquid may or may not contain nicotine. Non nicotine electronic cigarettes do not contain any trace of nicotine in them. There are many smokers, who prefer non nicotine e-liquid because it has the same effect of smoking in terms of vapor and appearance, but it does not contain any nicotine; instead, it contains different flavors like apple, vanilla, coffee, peach, and so on.

 

The non nicotine e-cigs have the same ingredients like propylene glycol, grade glycerol, vegetable glycerin, distilled water, citric acid, natural or artificial flavors.  Moreover, they both release the same gases, but non nicotine e-cigs have no nicotine content in it. Most people use this electronic device as a substitute to original cigarettes or as a tobacco cigarette cessation device. The non nicotine smokers can go for tobacco flavor, menthol flavor, coffee flavor or coco flavor, which may be effective to kill the nicotine urge.

 

E-cigs have several advantages over normal tobacco cigarettes. They have no tobacco, no tar, no ash, no passive smoking effects, no stains on fingers, no smell, no hazardous chemicals, no addictive and no nicotine, if it is zero nicotine e-liquid, in them. In addition, they can be used in public places like hospitals and restaurants since no fire or combustion takes place while using them, so no restriction.

 

Basically the density of e-liquid present in the cartridge is based on the type of e cig the smoker chooses. A non nicotine e-cig contains no nicotine, low density e-liquid…

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