Posts tagged 'e-liquid'
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This is reblog from Vaping Post; original article: http://bit.ly/2cDs8En.
A study carried out in Connecticut shows that flavorings, especially menthol, are factors that may affect smoking behavior and help smokers switch to vaping.
Flavors, from the experience of many vapers and former smokers, are what made the difference when switching to vaping. The wide diversity of fragrances (about 8,000 according to recent projections) is part of the success of the e-cigarette, pretend vaping advocates. But this opinion is nearly ignored by those who regulate this sector.
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This is a reblog from author Kaleigh Rogers. Original article: http://bit.ly/1WehK8h
The vaping industry is breathing a sigh of relief (and, I mean, probably also some vapor) after a congressional committee passed an amendment [that stops the FDA from banning 99% of vaping products available today] that could bolster the industry against pending federal regulations.
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As vapers, we're all looking for that one mod that will fill a room up with one hit, that mod that everyone wants but only a few have; something to call our own. Most of us wait for new mods to drop and we only end up vaping on them for a few months. We think it's the coolest thing since the last one and we think that the one we we're vaping now is baddest thing on the block...
This is a reblog from author: Liz Sheld. Original article: http://bit.ly/1MpRzcF
The government revenue-acquiring apparatus, always eager to get a cut of a flourishing new industry, is about to hit "vapers" with some new taxes.
Many "vapers," or folks who use electronic cigarettes, are former smokers who are no longer purchasing highly and punitively taxed tobacco products. The government is not getting tax revenue from this pool of citizens anymore, so it is looking to find a way to recoup the loss.
This is a reblog from author Guy Bentley. Original article: http://bit.ly/1PplYSR
The Huffington Post has made a series of corrections to an error-strewn video featuring Dr. Margaret Cuomo, sister of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, claiming e-cigarettes are just as dangerous as tobacco cigarettes.
The video published Monday stirred up a torrent of criticism from scientists, doctors, and the public. Cuomo, who fails to cite any evidence during the course of the video, puts forward one of the most radical and as of yet unsupported views about the risks of e-cigarettes...