Most smokers have already been tested or at least heard about electronic cigarettes, whose appearance in the market has been a source of great interest and has led some consumers to abandon conventional cigarettes. The benefits and risks of electronic cigarettes are not well-priced by health organizations and scientists, and as a new device, research is not enough. Legislation governing the use and sale of electronic cigarettes differs in many regions. The latest technology of heat-not-burn because of its visual similarity to the huge popularity of electronic cigarettes is often mistakenly referred to as the next generation of electronic cigarettes. Despite the external similarities, these are completely different technologies. The evaporating of the electron cigarette filler is made up of propylene glycol, then optionally a certain amount of nicotine, odors and flavors, and the composition of the heat-not-burning (henceforth HNB) includes genuine tobacco!
Philip Morris International began to develop its predecessors in modern HNB cigarettes in 1988, but only in recent years, with sufficient technological advancement, it is possible to say that such products fully meet the expectations of consumers, and finally managed to launch a product that would give the smoker full pleasure in smoking by eliminating the usual Cigarette Health Risk. The goal of properly utilizing as many natural products as possible and as little chemical as possible is achieved.
The heated cigarettes work by heating the tobacco to a certain temperature, creating a tobacco vapor that, when smoked, experiences a similar feel like smoking a regular cigarette, only the warming temperature of the HNB tobacco is much lower (50-350 C) than conventional cigarettes (up to 900 C) and therefore does not occur is a real burning process and does not result in combustion products like resins, soot and other toxic substances that are harmful to health. Most consumers describe HNB cigarettes as a softer flavor than conventional cigarettes, which is due to the lower temperature of tobacco vapor compared to combustion products when smoking a conventional cigarette, maybe it will look like a shortage of HNB, but very low compared to the fact that research has shown that the fueling Cigarettes ~ 90-99% make less health damage than conventional cigarettes.