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I bought my e-cig 5 months ago, just a standard ego and a plastic clearomizer; I’ve since upgraded to a mini protank 2, and am awaiting a Vamo v5 and Nautilus Aspire. I’ve been analog free since and I feel great. When I work out I don’t feel weak. My appetite is back. Relationships aren’t an issue at all, especially since some girls think my e-cig looks "cool" haha.
Anyway, I’ve kicked the habit, and I’m buying s vape soon for my mom so she can quit. There’s no way I’m going to not pass this great invention onto someone.
As well, wild dreams which might also be due to the high strength nic levels? Dreaming about smoking cigarettes? I woke up this morning having a dream that I started smoking again only to find my PV on the dresser as per normal.:facepalm: Dreams are way more vivid….
Anyways, I just got my G6 starter kit a few days ago and got some filled cartos along w/ some blank ones and some sample juice.
Had a few questions:
1) How many drops do you do to refill a carto? I think I read 20 somewhere and that’s what I’ve used so far.
2) How many times can a carto be refilled? Does it go "bad" and some point and need to be replaced?
The controversy over electronic cigarettes has been reignited today with the publication of a study claiming that they do not help smokers to quit their habit.
Whether or not ‘e-cigarettes’ are an effective aid in the cessation of smoking has become a major issue for the rapidly growing industry that produces the devices, and for the tobacco researchers struggling to assess their impact. There is widespread agreement that inhaling from an e-cigarette, where a heating element vapourizes a liquid containing nicotine, is not as harmful as smoking a conventional cigarette, and proponents say that the products could save millions of lives. But some researchers and tobacco-control activists fear that the devices could make tobacco use seem socially acceptable again and may not assist people in actually reducing their addiction.