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Smoking Is Dead Vaping Is The Future

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Lee in L.A.

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Hi my name's Lee, cig smoker for many years.
Thanks to vaping, I haven't had a cigarette in over 2 months.
No ashes, no butts, no fire. No smoke, that stuff is vapor!
I don't even miss the cigs, it was easy. The 6 mg nicotine e cig strength is relatively low, but good for me.

Started with a BluCig, and now am on to better things.
E Go twist battery, Evod clearomizer, Aspire nautilus tank, the best so far.

Some people like "fruity", or "desert" flavors.
My favorite "E juice" so far is Tasty Cloud Vape Co, Stay Gold, which they describe as:

A remarkably complex and robust flavor. It starts out with a sweet candy apple on the inhale, followed by hints of vanilla. A masculine tobacco body taste follows throughout, leaving a pleasantly smoky note on the palate even after the exhale. All of this is seamlessly accompanied by luscious caramel undertones throughout.

This guy is one of the more informative ones on Youtube.


Put out the cig. The future is now. :clapping:

 

Tom Woolford

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I had my last cigarette 6 months ago. I'm still using the BLU, but cutting down on the nicotine level. My breathing is vastly improved as well as blood O2 levels. For some reason, I'm sleeping much better too. Another 6 months, I plan to be off the Blu's.
 

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A good 5 years ago I had a group up at the farm on every other Sat. A poker group of Millennial kids (not really kids, all in their 30's) that all smoked those vapes as I enjoyed a real tobacco cigar.

I told them I felt like I was in that Star Wars alien bar with all those blue lights and fake smoke.

Don't be a tool and get off that unknown junk.
 

Tom Woolford

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A good 5 years ago I had a group up at the farm on every other Sat. A poker group of Millennial kids (not really kids, all in their 30's) that all smoked those vapes as I enjoyed a real tobacco cigar.

I told them I felt like I was in that Star Wars alien bar with all those blue lights and fake smoke.

Don't be a tool and get off that unknown junk.


I know exactly whats in them. Do you know exactly what is in your cigars, aside from the pesticides and chemicals to make them burn evenly?
 

Mr Rex

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So you think they grow that nicotine without pesticides and chemicals? Do you think they get the nicotine out of the tobacco without chemicals?
 

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Quit smoking 24 years ago. Best of luck to all, any way you can do it. (y)
 

EddieB

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I quit over a year ago. Best decision I've made. Vape when needing the nicotine which isn't too often. Any chemical in the juice is way better than the cig which at last count was over 200. I'm down to a 3 mg juice ultimint flavor. A 50ml bottle lasts over two months.
 

Tom Woolford

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So you think they grow that nicotine without pesticides and chemicals? Do you think they get the nicotine out of the tobacco without chemicals?

Nicotine is available from a number of sources, not just tobacco, but yes, it is easily purified as anyone with a basic Biochemistry course under their belt would know,
 

Mr Rex

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and I prefer my water distilled with a hint of corn and oak flavonoids. Doesn't the distillation process "purify" it?
 
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