blu Electronic Cigarettes are devices made to heat up and vaporize a liquid mixture also known as e liquid along with nicotine in side a cartridge using a small rechargeable battery. blu electronic cigarettes are made to mimic smoking a traditional (analog) cigarette. With no ash, smell, or combustion combined with 6 key ingredients, blu electronic cigarettes are designed to be a smoking alternative.

Who should use electronic cigarettes?

blu electronic cigarettes can be purchased and used by anyone who is 18 years of age or older. It should not be used by children, pregnant or breast feeding women, people with heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes or people taking medicines for asthma or depression. Consult your physician before using any electronic cigarette product.

CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 Warning This product contains nicotine, a chemical known to the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

How long have blu electronic cigarettes been around?

blu electronic cigarettes have been around since 2009, but the idea is much older than that.

Battery and Juice of a blu electronic cigarette.

Their are two components to a blu electronic cigarette. There is a battery and a cartridge. Inside the battery side of a blu electronic cigarette is a microchip that activates the battery when air is drawn through the device. This battery heats up an “atomizer” in the cartridge which turns the liquid mixture into vapor to be inhaled.

Our juice contains 6 key ingredients

  • Distilled Water
  • Nicotine
  • FCC Grade Vegetable Glycerin
  • Natural Flavors
  • Artificial Flavors
  • Citric Acid

How Much are they?

blu electronic cigarettes have a product for every body.

  • One time use blu Disposables have an MSRP of $9.99.
  • Original blu starter kit (White or Black) are $69.95
  • Premium blu starter kit (white or Black) $79.95
  • Premium100 starter kit (black only) 89.95
  • Replacement cartridges range from $9.60 to $13.00 for a 5 pack.

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E-cigarettes: a doctor's view of the good, the bad and the ugly

Discovery health “how does your body digest a cigarette?”

Do e cigarettes work? Are they safe?

First, my own experience as a doctor I have found e cigarettes to be one of the most effective methods of cutting down or quitting smoking for recalcitrant smokers.



This is because e cigarettes are not only a nicotine replacement therapy, they are a total smoking cessation therapy, as vaping simulates the act of smoking, and you physically draw vapor into your mouth.

I have found e cigarettes to be one of the most effective methods of cutting down or quitting smoking for recalcitrant smokers.

Several years ago I learned a technique for hypnotizing smokers to quit, and the biggest obstacle to overcome other than the nicotine was the image that people had of themselves with a cigarette in their mouths. E cigarettes allow a cigarette addict to perpetuate the image and the nicotine, but to lose the tar and other cigarette toxins that cause cancer and emphysema.

Though there are no long term studies to show I m right about e cigarettes for smoking cessation, there is one recent study in the British journal Lancet that did demonstrate that e cigarettes were at least as successful as a nicotine patch.

But if I see e cigarettes as a potential tool to quit for adults, at the same time, I am very concerned about the growing role e cigarettes are playing for teens, many of whom are non smokers the first time they try an e cigarette.

According to the Centers for Disease Control e cigarette use among high schoolers is now up to 10 percent, double from a year ago, with 80 percent also smoking tobacco.

Dr. Tom Frieden, head of the CDC and a top expert in preventive health, told me that e cigarettes can be a gateway drug, with nicotine addiction leading to more tobacco use.

I believe that, and though 12 states including New York ban e cigarette use for minors, few are listening, and kids can still buy their e cigarettes on line.

On top of this problem, liquid nicotine is now being sold in different flavors on line, at much higher concentrations than is found in an e cigarette, which generally includes nicotine levels in the 1.8% to 2.4% range.

The low concentration is less risky, but Vaporworld, for example, sells a gallon of liquid nicotine at 10 percent concentration for only $195, and Liquid Nicotine Wholesalers charges $110 for a liter at the same concentration. With this high concentration, experts say that just a tablespoon could be enough to cause serious harm.

Nicotine is a potent neurotoxin which can be ingested or absorbed through the skin, leading to seizures, vomiting, and rapid heart rate. The number of poisoning cases linked to e liquids was 1,351 in 2013, up 300 percent from the year before.

So clearly, there is a rising concern over the safety of nicotine liquids as well as nicotine addiction.

I believe that in the right hands, e cigarettes can be an effective tool for quitting smoking, perhaps the best we currently have available.

Unfortunately, they are frequently not getting into the right hands, and I also know many smokers who carry both cigarettes and e cigarettes around, and don t actually cut down on tobacco.

The FDA is planning on increasing regulations on e cigarettes, and I think this is a good idea, though not likely to solve the problem.

I wish there was a way of regulating e cigarettes so that a doctor has a definite role, and can guide her patients to e cigarettes to be used as a treatment rather than as another party chemical.

Unfortunately, the chances of e cigarettes becoming prescription only is about as likely as the chance of cherry flavor being replaced by the taste of cigarette ash in bubblegum.

Dr. Marc Siegel, a practicing internist, joined FOX News Channel (FNC) as a contributor in 2008.