1. Is the liquid of e-cigarettes harmful to your health?

 The liquid of e-cigarettes contains nicotine and other chemicals, and long-term use may have some effects on human health, especially for minors and pregnant women.

  1. Are e-cigarettes legal?

E-cigarettes are currently legal in some areas, but they may not be legal in others. Need to refer to the local laws and regulations to judge.

  1. Can e-cigarettes help you quit smoking?

 E-cigarettes have been advertised as a safer alternative to traditional tobacco for smoking cessation, but current scientific research has not sufficiently demonstrated that e-cigarettes can help to stop smoking.

  1. Will e-cigarettes cause secondary pollution?

 E-cigarettes may produce some pollutants in the process of use, such as formaldehyde, and long-term use may have a certain impact on human health.

  1. Do e-cigarettes cause heart disease?

 Some studies have shown that components such as nicotine in e-cigarettes may have some impact on the cardiovascular system, thereby increasing the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease.

  1. Are e-cigarettes safe to use?

 E-cigarettes may have some safety problems during use, such as battery overheating and explosion. Especially during use, if the battery is accidentally swallowed or exposed by children, it may be harmful to physical health.

  1. What aspects should be paid attention to in the maintenance and maintenance of e-cigarettes? E-cigarettes require regular maintenance and maintenance to maintain their performance and safety. Including cleaning the atomizer, replacing the liquid smoke, checking the batteries, etc.
  2. What are the components of e-cigarettes?

The main components of e-cigarettes include batteries, atomizers, and smoke liquids. The battery is the core component of the e-cigarette to provides energy; the atomizer is used to heat the liquid into a gas for the user to inhale; the liquid is a liquid containing nicotine and other chemicals.