Since their staggeringly successful introduction to the global market, vape products have established a reputation as an effective alternative to cigarettes. A growing number of smokers have successfully used vape products to quit smoking. However, studies have revealed that a significant proportion of vapers are non-smokers. This suggests that, rather than quitting nicotine, a large number of users are initially exposed to the addictive substance through vaping… So, is there an alternative?
While e-cigarettes containing nicotine are thought to have helped tens of thousands of smokers in the UK to quit, there is also a worrying trend of non-smokers – particularly young people and teenagers – being attracted to the products. This may result in more people developing an addiction to nicotine, even if they are not consuming the other harmful constituents of cigarettes, such as tar and smoke.
For most smokers, the end goal when switching to e-cigarettes is to eventually give up nicotine altogether. Cannabidiol (CBD) has been found to have some promising anti-addiction properties which could make CBD vape products perfect to help quit nicotine for good. But how does it work?
Replacing Smoking with Vaping
Despite an ongoing global trend that has seen the number of smokers decline in recent years, smoking remains the highest cause of preventable death. It is estimated that around 6 million people die each year as a result of smoking-related illnesses. In addition, only around 4-7% of smokers are able to smoke without the help of quitting aids such as patches, sprays, and vapes. Of these quitting aids, e-cigarettes are now the most popular.
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