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PG vs. VG: A Vaper’s Guide

A friend of mine tried multiple times to switch to vaping. He’d picked up an eGo-style device with a basic clearomizer and some e-juice, but vaping irritated his throat so much he couldn’t keep going. He assumed the nicotine level was the issue. However, reducing it makes vaping less satisfying for a just-switching smoker. Plus, […]

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E-Cigs & PG Sensitivity

Exploring PG Allergy: Sensitivities, Allergies and What Vapers Can Do About It

Find out if you are allergic or sensitive to PG, and what to do if you are…. Somewhere between the failed cold turkey attempt and the disappointing experience with Chantix, he’d lost hope. He started to feel like he was just destined to die prematurely with battered, barely-functioning lungs. But seeing a friend vaping had […]

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Synthetic Nicotine: Could It Save Vaping?

The FDA’s disastrous deeming regulations for e-cigarettes are all based around the legal definition of “tobacco product”: “Any product made or derived from tobacco that is intended for human consumption, including any component, part, or accessory of a tobacco product.” This means that e-juice is a “tobacco product” because the nicotine used is “made or […]

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‘The Dirty Secrets of Those “Healthy” E-Cigarettes’ – Debunked

Exposing Discovery Health’s Misinformation on E-Cigarettes A customer recently sent us a report entitled: The Dirty Secrets of Those “Healthy” E-Cigarettes. Lee Johnson investigates.  Vapers have gotten wearily accustomed to seeing extreme, unsupported statements made about vaping. It seems like a week can’t go by without somebody going above and beyond the evidence to scare […]

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7 Easy Ways To Stop Your Coil From Burning

Here’s a quick review of this new e-juice I tried. It’s called “Mèche Brûlée.” On the nose, you’re struck with the delicate flavour of a smouldering stack of old newspapers, and it’s accompanied by the inimitable sensation of somebody sandpapering the inside of your nostrils until the heat from the friction almost starts to burn. […]

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