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Why is Cigana a healthier alternative?
How long does the cartridge last?
How long does the battery last?
How do I know when my battery is dead?
How long does the battery take to fully charge?
What flavors does Cigana cartridges have?
What nicotine density does Cigana cartridges have?
Is there any smell?
How do I turn Cigana off?
Can I really smoke Cigana indoors and other places where traditional smoking is banned?
Is there a money-back guarantee?
What is PROPYLENE GLYCOL?
Is PROPYLENE GLYCOL and DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL safe?
Are there any warnings placed on Cigana?


Why is Cigana a healthier alternative?
Cigana is a healthier alternative to tobacco smoking, since most of the harmful material produced by the combustion of tobacco in traditional cigarettes is not present in the atomized liquid of the Cigana electronic cigarette. There are more than 4000 harmful chemicals in traditional smoking. Cigana only provides an inhaled dose of nicotine by delivering a vaporized propylene glycol/nicotine solution. In addition to nicotine delivery, this vapor also provides a flavor and physical sensation similar to that of inhaled tobacco smoke, while no tobacco, smoke, or combustion is actually involved in its operation. Cigana is also healthier for the people who are around you, as it emits no second-hand smoke.
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How long does the cartridge last?
One Cigana cartridge lasts an estimated 15 cigarettes depending on how the user smokes.
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How long does the battery last?
The Cigana starter kit includes 2 batteries. While you are using one battery, charge the other battery to ensure your continuous smoking experience. Depending on use, our batteries will last from 8-12 hours.
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How do I know when my battery is dead?
The red LED light will blink and the vapor you are pulling from the cartridge will first be reduced and then finally will not emit. It is now time to charge your battery.
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How long does the battery take to fully charge?
An empty battery will take 2 – 3 hours to fully charge.
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What flavors does Cigana cartridges have?
Cigana cartridges come in a wide variety of flavors. These include: Cherry, Apple, Chocolate, Coffee, Light Tobacco, Regular Tobacco, Almond, Menthol and Vanilla.
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What nicotine density does Cigana cartridges have?

We offer the following nicotine densities:

  • Extra High (24 mg)
  • High (16mg)
  • Medium (11mg)
  • Low (6mg)
  • Non (0mg)

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Is there any smell?
Unlike traditional cigarettes, Cigana is odorless. However, users and people around them might smell a light fragrance depending on what flavor cartridge is being used.
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How do I turn Cigana off?
You don't. It's only 'on' when you use it. When not used, the battery will not lose life.
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Can I really smoke Cigana indoors and other places where traditional smoking is banned?
Cigana contains no tobacco and does not burn; therefore does not fall under any smoking laws. Please note that since Cigana looks like a real cigarette you may need to explain to onlookers what it actually is.
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Is there a money-back guarantee?
We guarantee that you'll love Cigana so much that we are offering our Starter Kit risk free. If you are not satisfied with the product simply return within 30 days and you won't be charged. Just pay the $7.99 shipping and handling fee. Return Authorization Number is required prior to returning.
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What is propylene glycol?
Propylene glycol is a commonly used organic compound that is recognized as generally safe by the Food and Drug Administration. It is used in food coloring, flavoring, as an additive to keep food, medicines and cosmetics moist, and in machines that simulate smoke. In Cigana, propylene glycol functions to provide the vapor mist that looks like smoke and to suspend flavor.
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Is PROPYLENE GLYCOL and DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL safe?
As reported by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA):

Human Health Assessment

General Toxicity Observations

Upon reviewing the available toxicity information, the Agency has concluded that there are no endpoints of concern for oral, dermal, or inhalation exposure to propylene glycol and dipropylene glycol. This conclusion is based on the results of toxicity testing of propylene glycol and dipropylene glycol in which dose levels near or above testing limits (as established in the OPPTS 870 series harmonized test guidelines) were employed in experimental animal studies and no significant toxicity observed.

Carcinogenicity Classification

A review of the available data has shown propylene glycol and dipropylene glycol to be negative for carcinogenicity in studies conducted up to the testing limit doses established by the Agency; therefore, no further carcinogenic analysis is required.
Read the full report here.

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Are there any warnings placed on Cigana?
While Cigana does not contain the 4000+ chemicals found in traditional cigarettes, please remember that Cigana contains nicotine, an addictive substance. It is intended only for adult smokers over the age of 18. Cigana must be kept out of the reach of children and household pets. Cigana should not be used by anyone who is pregnant or has health concerns without first consulting the advice of a physician.
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