Workplaces Say YES to E-cigs!!!

Workplaces Say YES to E-cigs!!!

It doesn't take a genius to comprehend the obvious health advantages of making the switch from smoking conventional, cancer-causing cigarettes to the electronic cigarettes and vaporizers that have recently taken the U.S. market by storm!!!

How Safe Are E-Cigs REALLY?????

Are there still tests that need to be run on e-cigs? Sure, a bunch!
Have e-cigarettes and vaporizers been PROVEN to be healthier in the long-run? Not yet

Using ecigs in the workplaceEven with all the unknown factors that remain surrounding e-cigarettes, you'd have to be a complete and absolute moron not to see that the health risks associated with the simple and basic ingredients found in most e-cig juices are FAR less than the hundreds, if not THOUSANDS of carcinogens, additives and chemicals found in nearly 100% of the cigarettes found on the market that are killing us today.

Making the switch to vaporizing is immediately rewarding. Your senses of smell and taste return almost immediately. You can breathe and sleep better in as little as a few days, and you quit smelling like an ashtray almost instantly!!!

Perhaps one of the most rewarding aspects of using an e-cigarette or a vaporizer however is simply gaining your independence back. When using an e-cigarette, you don't have to ask permission to "fire-up", and that can mean more than ANYTHING when your at you workplace for 10 hours a day!!!

Smart Companies Are Re-Thinking Bans

Twenty-five years after companies began banning smoking in the workplace, the increasing popularity of e-cigs is forcing them to review their policies. Many corporations still ban “vaping” as they wait to see if the U.S. Food and Drug Administration will regulate e-cigs as strictly as regular smokes. Yet Kraft and Walgreen Co. (WAG) allow local managers to set the rules. Smaller firms, especially creative agencies and Web startups, have already adopted a more laissez-faire attitude.

U.S. e-cig sales will triple this year to $1.5 billion and double annually through 2018, according to Euromonitor International projections. After that, sales of e-cigs may increase 10 percent a year and reach $124.5 billion in 2028, surpassing conventional smokes for the first time, Kenneth Shea, an analyst for Bloomberg Industries in Skillman, New Jersey, said in an interview today.

They’re expected to accelerate as traditional tobacco makers muscle into a market previously dominated by small players. Both Altria Group Inc. (MO) and Reynolds American Inc. (RAI), the biggest U.S. tobacco sellers, are expanding distribution of e-cigs. Lorillard Inc. (LO) controls about half of the U.S market with blu eCigs, which it acquired last year.