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Get a First Look at This Year’s Highly Anticipated Ecig Documentary

If you’re frustrated by the unending stream of anti-ecig rhetoric from regulators, health experts, and government leaders, you aren’t alone. There’s no denying that there is a war raging against ecigarettes, but the real question is why. In the upcoming documentary, “A Billion Lives”, director Aaron Biebert hopes to expose the corruption that is putting the ecig industry at risk.

Many ecig supporters are calling this the “most highly anticipated film of the year” because it will pull back the covers and expose the true motivations behind corrupt Big Pharma researchers and the money-hungry tobacco giants. The film will set the record straight on the “dangers” of ecigs and the real potential for this tobacco-alternative to save millions of lives in the 21st Century.

Despite never ending claims that we don’t have enough research to endorse ecigs for smoking cessation, the world is waking up to the truth. Thousands of smokers have already kicked the habit by switching to ecigarettes and now a handful of world leaders are beginning to question the anti-vaping rhetoric being spewed by the mainstream media. Just a few months ago, Public Health England drew attention with reports that “e-cigarettes are around 95 percent safer than smoked tobacco and they can help smokers to quit.” But this is only the beginning.

When “A Billion Lives” is released later this year, it could cause a whole new wave of ecigarette acceptance. At the very least, it will make people pause and question their preconceived notions about ecigarettes. This week, you can get a first look at this powerful film in an exclusive clip that was just released. If you’re tired of being lied to, it’s time to call attention to the truth. Watch this clip below and then share it with your friends!

Electronic Cigarettes • April 5, 2017

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