Monthly Archives: October 2013

e-Cigarette Company sued by French Tobacconist

A tobacconist from Toulouse, France has filed a lawsuit against an electronic cigarette shop for unfair business competition. As the EU passes new smoking laws, attorneys on both sides state there is a “legal vacuum” with e-cigarettes. The e-cig vendor being sued is named Esmokeclean, which opened in June in France. The tobacconist wishes for […]

Modern Prison in America Opens An e-Cigarette Shop For Convicts!

Russell County Jail in Phenix City, Alabama sells inmates e-cigarettes and e-Liquids, in the hope of keeping the jail peaceful and quiet without the need to smoke regular cigarettes. The article can be read at wrbl news here. The e-Cigarettes started sales inside the big house earlier in the month and freely available from $18. […]

History of the e-Cigarette and e-Liquids

Where did e-cigarettes begin? The modern e-cigarette was invented by chinese chemist Hon Lik. In 2003, his idea was making use of piezoelectric ultrasound-emitting element, using it to vapourise liquid containing nicotine, saturated with propylene glycol (PG). This modern e-cigarette produced a vapour similar to smoke, that can then be inhaled for a quick, cleaner […]