Based on legal regulations in Europe and North America smoking is restricted more and more. At public places like railway stations, airports, restaurants, etc. it is not allowed to smoke anymore. There are more and more countries which also succeed with these regulations. The relevant officer of WHO has pointed out that approx. 20% of the world population are smoking and about 4.9 million people lost their lives due to smoking per year. According to WHO this figure may be increased to 10 million within the next 20 years.
Although there are existing smoking restrictions in place to aid in the reduction of second hand smoke, the number of smokers rises continuously.
These products you can smoke also at places where smoking is already prohibited. They will give a smoker the feeling, as if he would smoke a normal cigarette, but the smoker only inhales by EMT electronic cigar and electronic cigarette nicotine and not the carcinogenic toxic substances which are included in conventional tobacco smoke.
Because this way of smoking is far less harmful it is recommendable as a substitute for normal smoking.