A new Indian report about Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS), conjointly referred to as e-cigarettes, uncovered that they are far from being noxious when weighed up against flammable smokes and will prove to be a perfect fill-in for smoking.

The report was made public in the Indian Journal of Clinical Practice and a systematic evaluation of scientific literature was carried out by Prof R.N Sharan, given assistance by his peers at the North Eastern Hill University, Shillong. It examined the death-dealing substances present in the nicotine. Not to mention, other obnoxious elements such as the likes of metal ions processed during the inhalation of cigarettes and e-cigarettes.

The group of professionals assembled by Prof R.N Sharan suggested that tobacco-related problems have not displayed any signs of reduction throughout the years. In cases like these, replacements for tobacco affect reduction such as ENDS are to be assessed. Professor Sharan also suggested that this advanced frameworks and meta-examination is the first try by specialists in this country to review the wellbeing and welfare of cigarette smoking and ENDS so as to assess the reasonableness of ENDS as a less sinister substitution to regular smoking.

In addition, the report suggested that for the forthcoming generations, ENDS could prove to be an effective way of satisfying an individual’s nicotine need and could help those who are onerous users of conventional cigarettes to get rid of their smoking dependency and restrain tobacco harm reduction.

Cigarette smog also happened to carry significantly higher amounts of Class 1 cancer particles, when they were juxtaposed with e-cigarettes. The study explained that Nickel, a class 2b cancer cells, was comparatively more in ENDS than a traditional smoke stick. The specialists further supported the report by explaining, that with technological advancement and optimization of safety measures, concerns like these can be properly explained. Decisively, the specialists of the investigation discovered that ENDS consumption was higher among the smokers by almost 4.13 fold, which hints towards the fact that they could possibly be of help for the ceasing of smoking.

Erstwhile, Chair Person of the Indian Society for Radiation Biology, explained that with the help of this study, they have urged for rational policy-making with the objective declining possible harm involved by increasing the benefits of ENDS to smokers who have decided to indulge in smoking, while restraining the abuse of ENDS by non-smokers, adolescents and teenagers.