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E-Cigarette Brings Back Old World Societal Unanimity

The new spin in cigar smoking, e-cigarette brings back smokers in their old habit without the health risk.

 

New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/10/2014 -- Modern electronic cigarettes or e-cigarettes have converted three million conventional smokers into vapour inhalers across US and Canada since its introduction in 2005. The phenomenal ascent of this new form of smoking has been credited to exceptional “vaping experience” of inhaling flavoured juice inside the e-cigar and the ability to mimic smoking in areas where smoking is banned. It has likewise been anticipated that the use of electronic cigarettes will fourfold at any rate by the end of the year 2014 bringing back old world chivalry.

Smoking's history dates back to as early as 5000–3000 BC. The practice of smoking worked its way into shamanistic rituals. Many ancient civilizations such as the Babylonians, the Indians, and the Chinese burnt incense during religious rituals. On October 12, 1492, Christopher Columbus set foot on a small island in the Bahamas where he met local inhabitants. The Arawaks, the Bahamas locals offered him some dried leaves as a symbol of alliance. These leaves were tobacco. These tribes would carry large amounts of tobacco in pouches as a readily accepted trade item and would often smoke it in pipes, either in sacred ceremonies or to seal bargains. By 1558, Frere Andre Thevet, who had traveled in Brazil, published a description of tobacco which was included in Thomas Hacket's The New Found World a decade later.

Based on social studies, smoking consumption begin during adolescence or early adulthood. Smoking has elements of risk-taking and rebellion which lures young people to engage with. The presence of peers that smoke and media featuring high-status models smoking may additionally empower smoking. Famous smokers of the past used cigarettes or pipes as part of their image, such as Jean-Paul Sartre's Gauloises-brand cigarettes; Albert Einstein's, Douglas MacArthur's, Bertrand Russell's, and Bing Crosby's pipes; or the Hollywood celebrity James Dean. The popular author Kurt Vonnegut addressed his addiction to cigarettes within his novels. Even Sherlock Holmes, the fictional detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle smoked a pipe, cigarettes, and cigars as part of character building.

The taste of electronic cigarette varies by flavour but can never possibly reproduce the exact taste as the conventional cigarette. However, electronic cigar does not contain tobacco and other chemicals that make up conventional cigarettes. Traditional cigarettes contain a litany of chemicals as well, many of which are considered carcinogenic, or cancer causing.

Moreover, in a study of 40 tobacco-dependent smokers, researchers concluded that smoking e-cigarettes alleviated the desire to smoke and was well-tolerated. This makes e-cigar a healthier alternative and in some cases help people quit smoking altogether lessening the intrusive and often irresponsible effects of the conventional counterpart.

About Canada Ecigs
Canadaecigs.ca was established in 2012 with one goal in mind and that is to bring attention to the growing electronic cigarette industry within Canada and to sort through the myriad of suppliers who have recently flooded the Canadian market place. We have spent countless hours researching the various suppliers and have compiled our list of who we feel are the top 3 players in the industry. It is also our goal to warn Canadians of the risks involved with ordering electronic cigarette devises from companies located outside of Canada. We hope you have found our website to be of value and we wish you a happy tobacco free life.