How Vaping Emerged as an Alternative to Smoking

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Cigarettes have always enjoyed unparalleled popularity in the market. Their popularity was primarily driven by the smoke produced, fascinating multiple users. But inhaling the contaminants present in cigarettes is a hefty price to pay for the smoke.

Fortunately, the market responded to this alternative demand with the emergence of vaping. With the ability to produce smoke without loading your lungs with toxic contaminants, people began flocking to vaping.

Moreover, vape pens began commanding a loyal crowd with varieties like a mouth to lung and straight to lung.

What Makes Vaping Different?

According to Earthweb, the vaping market was valued at $14.05 billion in 2018, with a projected value of $27.5 billion by 2027. In addition, 2018 witnessed the rise of e-cigarettes by an alarming 78%.

The action of smoking delivers nicotine by burning tobacco. As a result of this, you could incur smoking-related illnesses. On the other hand, vaping delivers this nicotine by heating a liquid, ultimately having lesser drawbacks.

More often than not, vaping is regarded as an alternative to smoking. Even so, its value as a standalone activity is often overlooked.

But when did vaping emerge, and how did it become so popular?

The Humble Beginnings

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Sarah J. Maas is the #1 New York Times and internationally bestselling author of the Throne of Glass, Court of Thorns and Roses, and Crescent City series. Her books have sold millions of copies and are published in thirty-seven languages.

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