Following a new clinical study funded by LOGIC Electronic Cigarettes, renowned psychiatric expert Dr. Keith Ablow has reported dramatic result regarding the efficiency of e-cigarettes as a smoking cessation and reduction aid.
Ablow’s research monitored the progress of a number of traditional tobacco smokers who were given 10 menthol or tobacco flavored electronic cigarettes. Over the 90-day study period, participants were periodically asked about their use of tobacco cigarettes and e-cigs. At the end of the three months, 70% of test subject reported they had quit smoking tobacco entirely. Out of the participants who claimed they no longer used tobacco cigarettes, 47% said they had stopped using electronic cigarettes as well. Further proof of electronic cigarettes’ potential to curb tobacco use was the fact that 60% of those who were still using analogs at the end of the study reported that they had reduced the number of daily cigarettes considerably while using e-cigarettes. Only two of the people involved in the research stopped using electronic cigarettes and continued smoking tobacco cigarettes at the same rate as before.
“I am thrilled with the results and am further convinced that electronic cigarettes may turn out to be the most effective anti-tobacco tool we have ever known,” Keith Ablow said. “This sample of participants strengthens the argument that the government should embrace electronic cigarettes. It is in the interest of public health for the National Institutes of Health to immediately fund a large-scale trial to determine whether these findings can be replicated and whether, in addition, it is found that transitioning people from tobacco to electronic cigarettes also allows them to quit all forms of tobacco.”