About Smoque Vapours
Smoque Vapours is a Chicago vaping retailer with retail locations in Printer's Row and Lakeview with a third location in Kenosha, Wisconsin. One of the first vape shops in Chicago, Smoque Vapours has been a leader in the vaping community for over four years. Our vape juices are crafted from premium USP-approved PG, VG and food flavorings and are 100% diacetyl free. We offer the latest in e-cig mods, tanks, coils and accessories at any one of our retail locations along with tasting stations to sample the newest vape juices available today. Check out our Artisanal E-Liquids, Prana Premium E-Liquids or our Smoque Drip Line today!
Smoque Vapours also offers wholesale vape juice services for shop owners looking for new e-liquids. Our dedicated wholesale account managers aren't simply salesmen, they are partners who can help your business grow by building long-standing relationships. Sign up with Smoque Vapours to get a wholesale experience like no other! Fill out a wholesale application to receive free vape juice samples of our best sellers to your store today!
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"They placed regulations on us that imposed pretty major hurdles on our ability to stay in business. We spent over $100,000 just on registering the company and the products as they demanded and that was before we had to deal with the pre-market tobacco application"
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American Academy of Pediatrics, the Cancer Action Network, the American Heart Association, the American Lung Association and the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids sent a joint report to the FDA to ban flavoured e-liquids amidst claims that vaping products attract adolescents to start vaping.
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Vaping is not serving as a gateway to traditional smoking, and inaccurate reporting on the health effects of electronic cigarettes is hurting the chances of smokers who are trying to quit, according to a new medical research paper.
Last Monday, health authorities in the state of New Jersey voted in favour of a bill that would ban the sale and distribution of vaping products.
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This is a reblog from Detroit News: http://detne.ws/2lNfI1q
The anti-tobacco crusade has hit a wall. Though great strides have been made in reducing the rate of cigarette smoking, about 15 percent of U.S. adults continue to smoke, and smoking-related illnesses cause nearly 500,000 deaths a year and $300 billion in medical costs annually. That’s separate and apart from the $156 billion hit businesses take each year in lost productivity.