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What is the smoke that is released from the E-Cigarette?

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The simulated “smoke” is simply the vapor (similar to water vapor or steam) and the cartridge contents of the nicotine cartridge being vaporized into what looks like a cool steam. This smoke is water vapor that evaporates into the air within seconds and leaves virtually no odor. There are no additional or unwanted chemicals produced in the vaporization process like there would be in the combustible process of regular tobacco cigarettes.

Since you are not burning the tobacco, things such as carbon monoxide and tar are a thing of the past!

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