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Do clove cigarettes cause cancer?

Do clove cigarettes like djarums cause cancer like tobacco cigarettes?

Posted by antoinette2190
David Fripp

Clove cigarettes are not safe to smoke. They do contain less nicotine and tobacco, however your body is receiving more inhaled nicotine and tar because the paper's porosity and lack of filtering ventilation holes.

The bottom line is that smoking clove cigarettes are not any safer than smoking a conventional filtered cigarette. In fact, in may be more dangerous.

Depending on the particulate, just the burning process itself is what creates a lot of the cancer-producing tars.

Do electronic cigarettes feel like real cigarettes?

I tried those electronic hookahs, and it didn't physically feel like I was inhaling anything. I want something that has the feeling of inhaling without the harm. Do electronic cigarettes do this?

Posted by Alex
David Fripp

The e-juice in e-cigarettes, electronic hookahs, etc. Is made of two main ingredients: vegetable glycerine and propolyne glycol. These are mixed in different ratios to give different experiences. The PG is the part of the juice that makes the "smoke." It makes a dense white cloud, but does not feel or taste like anything. The VG is the part that allows you to feel the "hit." This is the part that, if included in sufficient quantity, makes the vapor feel like tobacco smoke. Aside from these two ingredients, a little flavoring and some nicotine (if desired) is all that's in it.

Any reputable e-cigarette retailer will have samples on hand for you to try before you buy. Different brands "vape" quite differently, so do not give up if you try one brand and it does not satisfy you. Additionally, many shops mix their own e-juice, and will tailor a product to exactly what you are looking for. I smoked for a time, and if mixed correctly, I couldn't tell the difference between smoking a real cigarette and puffing on an e-cigarette.

As to whether e-cigarettes are bad for you, there is some debate to that. All of the ingredients are FDA tested and approved, and the two main ingredients are found in everyday foods. Nicotine is never good for you, but it would be far better to get it without the carcinogenic carbons and chemicals that cigarette smoke is laden with. If e-cigarettes are unhealthy at all, they are significantly less of a health threat than are traditional cigarettes. I would be surprised if e-cigarettes do not become more popular than traditional cigarettes in the next 20 years.

Edit: Forest is gravely misinformed. Far from "not being tested," every ingredient in e-cigs is FDA tested and approved–and all are in many foods that you eat, INCLUDING nicotine. E-cigs contain none of the carbons and numerous other carcinogens that traditional cigaretts carry. They do not destroy the cilia that clean out your lungs, which cigarette smoke does, they contain no tar, and there is no link between e-cigs and chronic lung diseases such as asthma/COPD and emphaseyma. Uninformed mongoloids simply automatically distrust anything that resembles smoking, and therefore such morons will gladly spew falsehoods about a product with which they have no understanding or experience.

Electronic cigarettes may or may not be for you, but they are not "more dangerous than cigarettes" by any stretch of the imagination.

Cigars vs. Cigarettes.?

Whats the difference In the tobacco between cigars and cigarettes?

Posted by Jack
David Fripp

Cigars differ from cigarettes in size and type of tobacco used. Cigarettes are generally more uniform in size and contain less than 1 gram of tobacco each. Cigars, on the other hand, can vary in size and shape and can measure more than 7 inches in length. Large cigars typically contain between 5 and 17 grams of tobacco. It is not unusual for some premium cigars to contain the tobacco equivalent of an entire pack of cigarettes. U.S. Cigarettes are made from different blends of tobaccos, whereas most cigars are composed primarily of a single type of tobacco (air-cured or dried burley tobacco). Large cigars can take between 1 and 2 hours to smoke, whereas most cigarettes on the U.S. Market take less than 10 minutes to smoke.

Cigars taste and smell better than cigarettes. Moreover, cigar are said to be healthier than the other.

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