World's First Vitamin E Cigarette

Posted: Sep 21 2007, 8:11am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:57am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

World's First Vitamin E Cigarette
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Germany Tobacco Group AG introduces the world's first Vitamin E Cigarette. It had to happen, now that almost everything is enhanced with vitamins including beer.

The inventor of the Vitamin E cigarette is actually an American. The German Tobacco Group AG has entered into an exclusive deal with the patent owner and inventor.
The vitamin E enhanced cigarettesupposedly features an improved and soothing flavor and also minimizes the irritation that usually occurs when using conventional cigarettes. The vitamin cigarettes are going to be sold under the S.A.L.E. brand.
Obviously the vitamin cigarette is still very harmful to your health, so just don't smoke.

The Vitamin E Cigarette is shown at the Inter-tabac 2007 trade-show that is taking place this weekend in Dortmund, Germany.
Via the German Tobacco site.

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