Believe It Or Not! If You Thought Electronic Cigarettes Are harmful here is a study conducted by a professor at a public health university.

PHILADELPHIAAug. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — E-cigarette users can breathe a little easier today. A study just released by Professor Igor BurstynDrexel University School of Public Health, confirms that chemicals in electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) pose no health concern for users or bystanders. This is the first definitive study of e-cigarette chemistry, and finds that there are no health concerns based on generally accepted exposure limits.  Read More

E-Cigarette Structure

How Does Lung Buddy Work?

The Lung Buddy Electronic Cigarettes work by atomising liquid which contains water, propylene glycol, flavourants and nicotine, into a fine mist which simulates the look, feel and taste of real cigarette smoke. When pulling on the filter of a Lung Buddy, a sensor activates the microchip which then triggers the lithium ion battery which activates the atomiser. The liquid contained in the filter cartridges is heated to a point of atomisation and a fine mist containing nicotine is released. This mist contains no tar, harmful chemicals and carcinogens.

Does It Feel Like The Real Thing?

With each puff the vapour that is created looks and feels like real smoke as it is inhaled , it also tastes similar to that of a real cigarette. The fact that the vapour contains nicotine further reinforces the sensation of smoking and satisfies a smokers craving.