E-cigarettes versus Tobacco Cigarettes

830 WordsJun 19, 20184 Pages
E-cigarettes are a new and more innovative way for smokers to get their nicotine high, and some believe they are even healthier to use while others do not. Many people see the word “cigarette” and assume that it has a lot of health consequences and can cause death and second-hand smoke. While there are some who know what E-cigarettes truly are and know the difference between the two and the change in health risks. I have a neutral idea about the object knowing that it can help people quite cigarette but they still can cause a potential health risk to long time smokers as their body beings to reject the foreign chemicals/objects like tar from the body which is very painfully to experience. E-Cigarettes are treated as regular Cigarettes…show more content…
One of the chemicals found in e-cigarettes is which is found in anti-freeze, the chemicals that have been claimed to be found in the e-cigarettes, this is because the e-cigarette is still new to the US and need more investigation. Next thing to discuss is the way each objects laws and regulations placed on them to make sure that they are safe for people to use or smoke. The original cigarettes paper wrapped around grinned tobacco with a rubber-like yellow filter at the end, but the filter does little to against the chemicals and tar that are absorb into the lungs along with carbon monoxide, a harmful pathogenic gas, that makes breathing more difficult as the years progress. The FDA has agreed to the sale of the regular cigarette, with the guidelines involved the age of consumption and purchase. The FDA also made rules that got rid of the old vending machine sale method, which made it easier to access, meaning kids could by them. The quantity of a cigarette sold in a pack was change to a minimum of 20 cigarette per pack. Last of all samples where prohibited, so people would be less susceptible to buy a cigarette.(FDA) The e-cigarette however has almost close to now laws or regulations on its use or its sale; only in a select number of states are
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