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Beginners guide to electronic cigarettes

Last updated: June 2016 in Ashtray Blog – UK

Dear Beginner,

Why this guide?
Being initially exposed to the ever changing world of electronic cigarettes, could easily confuse you. There is so much information available, this to the point article from “James Dunworth” in the UK will definitely expedite the learning process:

There is just so much information, and so many news terms!
fact, at the end of the day, getting started is as simple as picking up an electronic cigarette and inhaling on it.

In this comprehensive guide to vaping you’ll get a complete overview of everything you need to know to get started.

There is a lot of information in the associated article, so feel free to bookmark it and come back to it later. Alternatively, use the navigation in the attached link to the associated article to assist in finding answers, facts and what you need to know.

An insightful to the point article a “beginners guide to electronic cigarettes.”

Most beginners have a similar list of questions and concerns, which include one or more of the following listed questions, answers facts and Quick Glossary:

listed content in the article include:

1. Why Use E-cigs
2. Comparison to Regular E-Cigs
3. Quick Glossary
4. How Do E-Cigs Work
5. Free Trial Scams
6. Types of E-Cigs (plus how to use them)
7. Sub Ohm Vaping
8. Types of Refills (plus how to fill)
9. Dripping
10. Trouble Shooting
11. Flooding
12. Burnt out coils (plus how to avoid them)
13. Cleaning
14. More about e-liquid

please visit the associated article at the URL link listed below:

Comment Courtesy of:
Professor John Britton, chair of the Tobacco Advisory Group of the Royal College of Physicians Source: BBC

Article courtesy of the Author:
“James Dunworth” and the “Main blogger at the Ashtray Blog,”

co-author of a University of Alberta study of:
“Electronic cigarettes as potential harm reduction products”

co-author of the book:
“Electronic Cigarettes: What the Experts Say.” Works at

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