E-cigs: How do you know when you’ve smoked the equivalent of one cigarette?

Question by H2Oskier: e-cigs: How do you know when you’ve smoked the equivalent of one cigarette?
I just ordered my first e-cigarette, from Red Dragon. From the posts I’ve seen on various sites, they say a cartridge will last for about 20 cigarettes worth. My question: if you want the cartridge to last you all day and you were a pack-a-day smoker, how do you know what the equivalent of one cigarette is? Minutes smoking? The buzz you get? Just curious…

Best answer:

Answer by Dr Joe
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is vegetable glycol and propylene glycol safe with the electric cigarette?

Question by aaron: is vegetable glycol and propylene glycol safe with the electric cigarette?
is vegetable glycol and propylene glycol safe with the electric cigarette? i heard on the internet that it is bad but they say the electric cigarette is safe. well i like smoking and the tar and over 4000 chemicals in a real cigarette is dangerouse!

Best answer:

Answer by Nitram
You want to smoke anti-freeze? Just say “no”

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how can I compare smoking ecigs to real ones?

I’ve been using greensmoke lights for almost 3 weeks. I used to smoke maybe 5-6 cigarettes a day but hated the smell, etc. Anyway, my question is that I notice I’m “smoking” more, so getting more nicotine in my system than when “really” smoking. Or am I imagining it and just new to this whole thing? I’ve not had any desire to pick up a regular cigarette. But I don’t want to be creating a worse problem for myself…

how can I compare smoking ecigs to real ones?

I’ve been using greensmoke lights for almost 3 weeks. I used to smoke maybe 5-6 cigarettes a day but hated the smell, etc. Anyway, my question is that I notice I’m “smoking” more, so getting more nicotine in my system than when “really” smoking. Or am I imagining it and just new to this whole thing? I’ve not had any desire to pick up a regular cigarette. But I don’t want to be creating a worse problem for myself…