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Right To Vape is an international database and repository. It contains testimonials of adults who have switched from combustible and unsafe oral tobacco products to safer nicotine alternatives.

I was a smoker of about 15 years. About a year before picking up the e-cig my cigarette intake had increased to about a box – a box and a half per day. Before that I was a half a box a day smoker. I got really concerned by the increase but struggled to slow down. I tried various tricks such as holding out till 3 PM for my first cigarette, only taking a few cigarettes with me to work etc… nothing actually helped though. One Saturday afternoon I happened to stumble across an article about e-cigs, I went out that afternoon and bought a unit and some juice. I decided that I would use it to try and slowly cut down the amount of cigarettes I was smoking per day. However, I’ve enjoyed using the e-cigarette so much that I haven’t touched a cigarette since buying it. It’s only been 17 days since I made the purchase and effectively quit smoking, but I am fully confident that I will never touch a cigarette again. The health benefits I have seen have been tremendous. People who know me have commented on how my skin has cleared and no longer has a grey complexion. They’ve also picked up on how I’ve stopped clearing my throat every five minutes. I myself have noticed an improvement in physical sports and activities. I sleep much better and wake up earlier, feeling rested and better able to breathe. E-cigarettes have given me and others an escape from what is scientifically proven to be a death trap – cigarettes. If they are one iota healthier than cigarettes, it is unethical and immoral to make them less accessible to those who need them. Current smoking cessation devices do not work, nicotine patches are useless, gum is a waste of time, snuff while apparently good for some does not help me. I am all for research, more information, checking of ingredients in e-liquid and device quality – but these products must remain as accessible to the public as they are now. I strongly believe that by doing anything that makes them more expensive or difficult to acquire, you are condemning people to death.