posted on Sep, 4 2014 @ 07:40 AM
I've seen quite a few studies now, and they all claim different things.
The latest is a study which claims that E-cigs will act as a "gateway" to other addictions, including of course, illicit drugs. (Eric and Denise
Kandel, Columbia Uni)
I can only provide anecdotal evidence, and this is that e-cigs have helped me quit tobacco.
I have never bought those crappy one use things they sell in shops, and I use good juice.
I have an iTaste VV, a couple of Kanger EVOD's and use these with a protank and a mini protank.
Best all round juice just has to be the marvelous Snake Oil by T-Max juices.
I spend on average, less that 20 quid a month, as opposed to 20 quid a week that I used to spend on tobacco.
EU legislators are trying to force multiple use devices off the market, but this is just an attempt by the tobacco industry to use e-cigs to make up
for falling tobacco sales, and it comes as no surprise that they have lobbied heavily (and probably expensively) for new legislation, under the guise
of "health concerns".
This won't be a problem though, as many are starting to make their own "juices", and already many build their own coils, something which I will be
getting into shortly.