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Today, I saw a commercial with Jenny McCarthy smoking an E-cigarette and I thought to myself…I know it’s a sales pitch but why all the sexual personification? Well, I’ll tell you…it’s about not just sex but making this product sexy.
When I was a kid, I remember the commercials for cigarettes (telling my age?) and how they made them so sexy? Sexually appealing. It was cool to have one in your hand, cool and sexy. Well, it’s a great sales pitch for sure. Maybe this is why they were banned. Youngsters were smoking more than ever, and it hit the media that these commercials were the reason.
Well, here we are decades later and we have the same situation. Right? Jenny is gorgeous and no doubt will sell hundreds of thousands, if not millions of these things.
Why are the media connected to this? We’re told their harmless, right? It’s better than smoking a cigarette, right?


Let’s see…
In certain states, there are few age restrictions on their purchase! WOW!
Mercola also states in the article that,
“The toxicity of e-vapor pales in comparison to the toxicity of the cartridge liquid, which contains highly concentrated liquid nicotine in a cocktail of flavorings, colorings, and solvents, proven to be neurotoxic. Tiny amounts, whether ingested orally or absorbed through your skin, can cause vomiting, seizures, or even death.
As of now, May 29, 2014- E-cigs are still not marketed correctly, and they are still available to minors, as well as young children (states may vary) who are falling prey to their deadly toxins.


Just one teaspoon of even highly diluted e-cigarette liquid can kill a small child.
With electronic cigarettes becoming popular, the World Health Organization (WHO) decided to become the first major international organization to publicaly give reference to them, boosting their credibility of having no negative effects.
Saaaay what? WOW! An organization which is supposedly about world health is first in promoting them? Something stinks in the pig pen!!
Wait…they must be getting negative feedback for that for today this aritcle came out…
Are e-cigarettes bad for you? WHO considers regulation
But, did you read that carefully? They put the…could ‘save millions of lives’…really?


“The chemicals used in electronic cigarettes have not been fully disclosed, and there are no adequate data on their emissions”.
This is like so many prescription drugs out there now….we don’t have a CLUE what’s in them and even with the evasive warnings people continue to take them.
E-cigarettes are currently not regulated as medicines in the UK, the Daily Telegraph notes, but Britain’s drug watchdog the MHRA wants to introduce new controls by 2016.
But why wait until 2016…how many people will be harmed by then?
Some e-cigarettes have a cigarette-like LED tip that glows red (or another color, depending on the product you’re using), but not all of these smokeless gadgets resemble regular cigarettes. Because they don’t burn tobacco, there’s no smoke, no carbon monoxide and no odor; what you inhale is vapor.



E-cigarettes are smoke-free and tobacco-free, but they’re not nicotine-free. The liquid in e-cigarettes is typically a combination of nicotine, flavorings (such as bubble gum or watermelon), propylene glycol (a solvent), and other additives. The amount of nicotine depends on the mixture of the particular liquid-nicotine cartridge installed in the device. Some products contain nicotine amounts comparable to regular tobacco cigarettes.
So, if they have just as much nicotine, how are they less harmful?
Liquid nicotine is extracted from tobacco, but unlike tobacco leaves, liquid nicotine can be lethal. It can cause harm when it’s inhaled, but it can also be harmful when ingested or absorbed through your skin. Only a small dose is dangerous — less than one tablespoon of many of the e-liquids on the market is enough to kill an adult, and as little as a teaspoon could kill a child. The number of calls to poison control centers regarding e-cigarette nicotine-infused liquids rose sharply every month between September 2010 and February 2014, from just one call per month to as many as 215 — that’s a rise from 0.3 percent to 41.7 percent of all emergency calls. As many as 51.1 percent of those calls involved accidental poisoning of kids under the age of 5 (roughly 42 percent involved adults age 20 or older).

In 2009, for example, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found some cartridges of liquid nicotine contained about 1 percent diethylene glycol (DEG), a toxic chemical ingredient also found in antifreeze.
To make matters worse, the amount of nicotine listed on a cartridge label may not match the actual amount in the cartridge. FDA testing has found cartridges under the same manufacturing label may release significantly different levels of nicotine, ranging from 26.8 to 43.2 micrograms nicotine per 100 milliliter puff. And those nicotine-free cartridges? Lab tests indicate you’re still getting a low dose, despite the claims.


Because there’s little regulation of e-cigarette devices, manufacturers have leeway to market their products as cigarettes that can be smoked anywhere, presenting them as smokeless tobacco products that have no health risks. Because of that, e-cigs are allowed in otherwise smoke-free environments.
Despite the marketing claims that e-cigarettes are safer than smoking tobacco, researchers are finding e-cig users experience diminished lung function, airway resistance and cellular changes, regardless of whether or not they currently (or ever) smoke cigarettes. And in the lab, cells exposed to e-cigarette vapor show unhealthy changes similar to cells exposed to tobacco smoke. Users who vape nicotine-free e-cigs can’t escape the effects, either; they also experience airway resistance and other signs of inflammation as side effects of e-cigarette use.

2 responses

  1. This is because sex is part of the craft they use. This has been going on for thousands of years. Nothing new about that. Why do you think teen girls like attention from older guys? It will go on and on and on

    July 4, 2014 at 2:29 AM

  2. Nancy636

    They use sex to sell cleaning producrs now. Says so much about society now, we are are bunch of sex hungry morons. Just most of society, there are many like you and I who see this for what it is. It is sad to say that so many are imbeciles and that was a deliberate plan to create such a society. Makes me sick.

    July 5, 2014 at 1:54 PM

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