If I quit smoking yesterday can I Pass a nicotine /tobacco test the 28th of april?

YES, Congratulations. If you were smoking 1 to 5 cig. per day it will be easy for you to stay away from smoking. However if you were smoking more than 1/2 ppd, you will get Nicotine withdrawal and Temptation to smoke. You need to work on the behavior modification. First 2 weeks are the hardest. But keep your mouth occupied/ use sugarless gum . Good Job. Stay away from Tobacco!

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Hoping you can tell me, is tobacco-free and nicotine-free e-cigarette safe to quit smoking with?

Yes. What ever helps. U save money and improve health status. Read more...
Not nicotine free. E-cigarettes are not nicotine free ; not advised to quit. They are not regulated, we don't know much about the levels of nicotine and other chemicals, and there's no research showing they help smokers quit. More info found at http://smokefree.Gov/e-cigarettes the best ways to quit are to use coaching and approved treatments such as nicotine patch, gum or lozenge or prescription medications. Read more...

Trying to quit smoking by using a smoke-free vaporizer tho it has nicotine. Its helping but how safe is it? Is it the same as regular smoking tobacco?

Nicotine is a toxin. So it is still not safe. Auricular (ear) acupuncture can be very helpful for smoking cessation. Read more...
No. It doesn't have the same amount of nicotine and for many people. It is very helpful. Glad you're tring to quit. Read more...
Safer but not safe. Vaporized nicotine is almost certainly much safer than tobacco but that does not mean it is safe. Adequate research has not been done. I feel it can be useful to help you stop smoking but please don't continue it long-term. See http://wapo.St/oom8qu ; http://www.Medicalnewstoday.Com/articles/249784.Php for help stopping smoking see http://whyquit.Com/ ; http://bit.Ly/hpwz4p. Read more...

Wife is trying to quit smoking with e-cigarettes. In theory she could wean off to no nicotine, but are they as bad or even worse than tobacco?

No. Nothing is worse than tobacco except drinking poison maybe. There are some warnings with e-cig, check the particular one she is using. Read more...
We don't know. E-cigarettes are not recommended as a quitting aid. They are not regulated, we don't know much about the levels of nicotine and other chemicals, and there is no research that shows that they help smokers quit. More info found at http://smokefree.Gov/e-cigarettes the best ways to quit are to use coaching and approved treatments such as nicotine patch, gum or lozenge or prescription medications. Read more...