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E-Smokers, a question:

 
the legendary Atom-Boy
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E-Smokers, a question:
I quit the normal Cigarettes (20 pieces a Day)
but now i am always sucking on my Vaporizer.

I use 24mg. of Nicotine a ml.
and smoke, and smoke, and Smoke.

Spend much more Time for smoking than before.

All together i smoke ca. 7,5ml. a Day,
now the Question:
Do you smoke more because it is so tasty?
Do you smoke less?
G.Y.!B.E.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
:iraqi:
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
Fukushima?
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
e-cigarretes apparently also poses health risks.. atleast that is what the FDA and others researchers warn for, due to lack of research on the toxic chemicals they've found in the e-cigs..(not that i believe everything FDA says but...)

MAYO CLINIC: The prestigious Mayo Clinic warns patients and visitors to its web site that "when the FDA analyzed samples of two popular brands, they found variable amounts of nicotine and traces of toxic chemicals, including known cancer-causing substances (carcinogens). This prompted the FDA to issue a warning about potential health risks associated with electronic cigarettes. Until more is known about the potential risks, the safe play is to say no to electronic cigarettes. If you're looking for help to stop smoking, there are many FDA-approved medications that have been shown to be safe and effective for this purpose.
http//www.mayoclinic.com/health/electronic-cigarettes/AN02025​

and also on [link to www.sciencedaily.com]

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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
kitty Nicotine patches work quite well.
eclectic mind

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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
kitty Nicotine patches work quite well.
 Quoting: Judethz


it's a better option.. atleast you'd know what you get in your system, nicotine without the vapors..
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
[link to www.e-cigarette-forum.com]

Read the health and safety section. These guys know whats up.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
[link to www.e-cigarette-forum.com]

Read the health and safety section. These guys know whats up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16576314


Puuuh, this is big,
but helpful!

Thank You!
G.Y.!B.E.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
i smoke as much ,
nobody really
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
It's really hard to gauge. Instead of taking 15 minute smoke breaks and smoking 2 cigarettes, I take one or two puffs at a time all day long. I use 2-4mL of liquid per day, but I'm also using 36mg juice. I just ordered some 24mg, so that will tell me if I vape less because of the higher nicotine content or not.

The propaganda just tells us that, like smoking real cigarettes, e-cigarettes are dangerous as well. This is a true statement, but it is also a loaded statement. Nicotine isn't healthy to use in any form but there are less damaging ways to use it than others. You aren't ingesting the thousands of chemicals in cigarette smoke and you aren't subjecting your lungs to combustion materials, but you are ingesting nicotine. I would compare it to the effects of shooting something with an airsoft gun vs. using a .30-06. Both are doing the same basic thing (propelling a projectile, striking an object) but one has a much less detrimental effect than the other.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
my husband is constantly chain smoking his.. he loves it so much! hes addicted to the Big Red Gum flavor right now...
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
my husband is constantly chain smoking his.. he loves it so much! hes addicted to the Big Red Gum flavor right now...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4407435


Because it is sweet?

I never smoked Aroma-Cigarettes
but i love all the sweet Liquids like
Pop-Corn, Kona-Coffee and Vanilla!

I still think it is much better than Smoking
or Patches but the addictive Factor looks high!
G.Y.!B.E.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
You might want to drop the nicotine concentration as that is a lot of nicotine
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
my husband is constantly chain smoking his.. he loves it so much! hes addicted to the Big Red Gum flavor right now...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4407435


Because it is sweet?

I never smoked Aroma-Cigarettes
but i love all the sweet Liquids like
Pop-Corn, Kona-Coffee and Vanilla!

I still think it is much better than Smoking
or Patches but the addictive Factor looks high!
 Quoting: the legendary Atom-Boy


less bad than smoking.. yes 100%...
still they have found certain toxic traces in the vapor..
with patches it's nothing but the nicotine you get in your system...
good luck kicking the habbit..

if i can make a suggestion..

read 'the easy way by alan carr', it has helped me stop smoking where nothing else really did do the trick..

here's a link to a free online pdf to read.. [link to digg.com]
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
Inhaling propylene glycol instead of smoke is a bit laughable. You know that scent that makes hospitals smell like sterile death? Yeah, that's pg.

You will catch a retrovirus.

The typhoid, probably.

It's cool though. I already caught the lupus, and the polio.

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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
E-cig use vegetable glycerin or glycerol. It's harmless. You probably have more toxic vapor breathing urban smog...

It works, but it works better with a good vaporizer..
Try the "clearomizers" CE4 type on a EGO battery.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
Inhaling propylene glycol instead of smoke is a bit laughable. You know that scent that makes hospitals smell like sterile death? Yeah, that's pg.

You will catch a retrovirus.

The typhoid, probably.

It's cool though. I already caught the lupus, and the polio.

 Quoting: AGC


There is also vegetable glycerin.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
Inhaling propylene glycol instead of smoke is a bit laughable. You know that scent that makes hospitals smell like sterile death? Yeah, that's pg.

You will catch a retrovirus.

The typhoid, probably.

It's cool though. I already caught the lupus, and the polio.

 Quoting: AGC


There is also vegetable glycerin.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16173206


Yeah, vg is much safer all around.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
E-cig use vegetable glycerin or glycerol. It's harmless. You probably have more toxic vapor breathing urban smog...

It works, but it works better with a good vaporizer..
Try the "clearomizers" CE4 type on a EGO battery.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16580281


The toxicity isn't the issue. It's actually the lack of toxicity. It can drastically compromise your immune system with extended use.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
stop being a slave pussy
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
Yes I tend to vape much more then I smoked. I think this has to do with the convenience of it.

Can do it almost anywhere and anytime, but more then that, it's always there. You don't discard it when you're done like a cigarette. It just keeps going. And you don't need to run to the store to get another pack almost always have juice handy.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
"proper" e_cig SHUTS OFF if you're puffing it too much and makes you take a break-
and IF you have the e_cig,why the hell aren't YOU in control right down to DECREASING THE AMOUNT of nicotine as with THEM it couldn't be any EASIER and stress FREE.


if you're only va_ping the tasty flavours then treat it like a cigar and DON'T drag it down---only "roll" it around.

common sense.
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
my husband is constantly chain smoking his.. he loves it so much! hes addicted to the Big Red Gum flavor right now...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4407435


Because it is sweet?

I never smoked Aroma-Cigarettes
but i love all the sweet Liquids like
Pop-Corn, Kona-Coffee and Vanilla!

I still think it is much better than Smoking
or Patches but the addictive Factor looks high!
 Quoting: the legendary Atom-Boy


less bad than smoking.. yes 100%...
still they have found certain toxic traces in the vapor..
with patches it's nothing but the nicotine you get in your system...
good luck kicking the habbit..

if i can make a suggestion..

read 'the easy way by alan carr', it has helped me stop smoking where nothing else really did do the trick..

here's a link to a free online pdf to read.. [link to digg.com]
 Quoting: eclectic mind


thanks i downloaded it
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
You guys really need to stop calling it smoking. There is no combustion happening. No smoke. koolaid

You get much more of the nicotine from smoking vs vaping. Therefore it is quite normal to vape more than you smoked, just to get your nic-fix.

I do vape more than I smoked but that is due to many factors. I never liked smoking indoors, and never in my home. I can vape all day in the house now, and I do. Having a plethora of delicious flavors keeps me vaping a lot, too.

Vape your head off. If you want to quit it all, then do it.
I vape because I love smoking. I replaced smoking with vaping for my health and wallet.

OP, have you tried 18mg?
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Re: E-Smokers, a question:
e-cigarretes apparently also poses health risks.. atleast that is what the FDA and others researchers warn for, due to lack of research on the toxic chemicals they've found in the e-cigs..(not that i believe everything FDA says but...)

MAYO CLINIC: The prestigious Mayo Clinic warns patients and visitors to its web site that "when the FDA analyzed samples of two popular brands, they found variable amounts of nicotine and traces of toxic chemicals, including known cancer-causing substances (carcinogens). This prompted the FDA to issue a warning about potential health risks associated with electronic cigarettes. Until more is known about the potential risks, the safe play is to say no to electronic cigarettes. If you're looking for help to stop smoking, there are many FDA-approved medications that have been shown to be safe and effective for this purpose.
http//www.mayoclinic.com/health/electronic-cigarettes/AN02025​

and also on [link to www.sciencedaily.com]
 Quoting: eclectic mind


Just vaporize tobacco, you inhale vapor without harmful smoke. It is as easy as smoking, [link to vaporlighter.com] has DIY info.





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