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Where we stand now: E-cigarettes by Sandee LaMotte, CNN
Updated 6:00 PM ET, Mon January 25, 2016
A delegate at the "E-Cigarette Summit" smokes an e-cigar. In the e-liquid nicotine is usually suspended in propylene glycol and glycerine.
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A delegate at the "E-Cigarette Summit" smokes an e-cigar. In the e-liquid nicotine is usually suspended in propylene glycol and glycerine.
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E-pipes work on the same principle. When someone draws on the device it detects the air flow and heats the e-liquid in the cartridge to form a vapor.
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E-pipes work on the same principle. When someone draws on the device it detects the air flow and heats the e-liquid in the cartridge to form a vapor.
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Vaporizers have also been adapted for marijuana. They have been developed for the medical market and contain cannabidiol (CBD), a method of pain-relief for glaucoma and migraines, whilst omitting THC, which causes the "high."
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Vaporizers have also been adapted for marijuana. They have been developed for the medical market and contain cannabidiol (CBD), a method of pain-relief for glaucoma and migraines, whilst omitting THC, which causes the "high."
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Nicotine gum and patches predate ENDS as a way for people to attempt to give up cigarettes.
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Nicotine gum and patches predate ENDS as a way for people to attempt to give up cigarettes.
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"Cigalike" e-cigarettes look like a traditional tobacco cigarette, with a light at the end that glows when the user draws on it. The battery-powered device heats "e-liquid", containing nicotine, which is released in aerosol form.
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"Cigalike" e-cigarettes look like a traditional tobacco cigarette, with a light at the end that glows when the user draws on it. The battery-powered device heats…...

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