The UK is considering e-cigs as a “smoking cessation” tool.

Studies conducted by The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, which is the UK equivalent of the FDA concluded that vaping is 95% less harmful than burning tobacco. 

E-liquid on the market contains four ingredients only in contrast to 70 plus known toxins released when people smoke tobacco. This study and many other’s have concluded that vaping is far less harmful, to a degree which makes vaping comparable to any other smoking cessation tool like, patches or nicotine gum, but is far more effective in mimicking smoking to a degree which makes quitting a breeze.

This study result made the government of the UK consider making vapes prescribed by doctors, sold in pharmacies and covered by health insurance. That may sound absurd, but having a very effective tool in making people quit smoking will save millions in taxpayers money spent on treating critical illnesses caused to smokers, as well as cutting the millions of pounds covered by insurance companies when there insured fall ill due to smoking.

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