December 02, 2019

E-Cigarettes are Safe

Timothy Birdnow

The new boogeyman to the Left is vaping. After a ferocious campaign to stamp out cigarettes, the smoking public turned to vaping - using a water vapor-producing gadget to deliver nicotine. Almost immediately there was opposition from the usual suspects. Now they are claiming vaping is killing people - and they want to ban it.

Strange; this is happening while marijuana is being legalized, often by the same people.

At any rate, new research suggests that vaping IS safe!

From Medical Express:

Earlier this year vaping hit the headlines with reports of deaths in the United States linked to the use of e-cigarettes.

Vaping was the common factor, but a toxicologist from Imperial College London suggests the deaths could have been caused by oils or other unlicensed substances being added to the e-cigarette, rather than the approved contents of e-liquids.

While the jury is still out on the long-term health impacts of vaping, the evidence suggests that in the short to mid-term at least, switching from to could reduce the harm to smokers by as much as 95 percent.

It appears the people who died while vaping were putting all manner of compounds into their pipes, things that were never approved for e-cigarettes.

So, what is this "unapproved" substance?

"I think the problem in the U.S. is the use of a range of substances in the modifiable e- cigarette allowing them to inhale non-conventional products which are not nicotine containing. So for example, we know that a lot of the people with lung injury were inhaling some cannabis product—that of course is not advised and nor would it be legal in the UK."

Well, well, well; people are using pot in their e-cigarettes!  And the same people trying to ban these products are promoting the sale of cannabis.

There are other things, like essential oils that have no business going into your lungs.

In the end it's not the product but the stupidity of consumers who misuse them. Like the guy who supposedly tried to cut his bushes by dangling his lawn mower off his roof (and wound up getting cut up when he fell) if you do not use prudence with a product anything is dangerous. Shoot; you can injure yourself opening a jar of pickles, or mixing up household chemicals with your evening cocktail.

We cannot legislate against stupidity; that will always be with us. As playwrite Frederich Von Schiller so aptly put it "against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain". Sadly, America has become a land that believes itself capable where the gods have failed. That is the kind of hubris from which Greek tragedies are made.

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1 I have a different perspective related to it which I have kept for a long time. Usage of legal weed should not be allowed in as it leads to violence later on. I would recommend every govt. to take strict actions against its usage.

Posted by: LouisRobinson at January 04, 2020 05:07 AM (dhpUH)

2 E-cigarettes are available for a great price right now, and if you're interested in the 510 thread oil pen, then you should try out the e-cigarette, as soon as possible. I am sure that is what you want to do.

Posted by: LouisRobinson at February 16, 2020 03:05 AM (aWQYI)

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