Pixotine Products Launches the Original Nicotine Toothpick


Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) August 23, 2013

If there is any feeling all smokers understand, it’s frustration. Frustration with the inability to smoke indoors, frustration with the challenges of smoking in public or around others and, well, frustration with the inability to smoke Anywhere… Anytime! The introduction of e-cigarettes to the scene seemed like a viable response to all the choruses of “no smoking”. On the surface, they appear to be significantly cleaner than traditional cigarettes and they don’t emit a smoky smell or second hand smoke although they do emit a vapor. However, the explosive e-cigarette industry is being challenged with new regulations at the local and state government levels and it appears that e-cigarette users could be seeing the beginning of the end for their smoking and tobacco alternative.

e-cigarettes have received a significant amount of press, and for a good reason. Since their introduction to the mainstream market in 2007, e-cigarettes have provided an easy alternative to conventional cigarettes. Tobacco companies are even taking the gamble and buying out e-cig companies, effectively paving the way for a new era in smoking. With the negative publicity tobacco companies have received, the addition of a new alternative to the market was refreshing. Since e-cigarettes don’t produce odors or smoke, they grew wildly in popularity, allowing smokers to smoke indoors again without the fear of reprimand – at first. Now new laws and regulations are policing e-cigs as harshly as cigarettes, barring them from restaurants, bars, sporting events, and leaving smokers out in the cold – literally. What’s a smoker to do?

This question is exactly what Evan Grossman asked himself during his weekly movie date night. When restaurants, bars, campuses, stadiums, office buildings, parks and virtually all other public spaces ban e-cigarettes, what’s a smoker to do? The answer needed to be innocuous, a common, everyday item that wouldn’t draw attention, emit smoke or scents, or interfere with daily life. Something that could be used discreetly without interrupting daily activities and that does not use any raw tobacco. Something that could be used Anywhere… Anytime! The answer is so simple… A small, inconspicuous nicotine toothpick! And thus, Evan Grossman formed Pixotine Products, Inc. and the development of the revolutionary Pixotine™, the Original Nicotine Toothpick™, came to fruition.

Pixotine, the Original Nicotine Toothpick, is an incredibly innovative solution to an age-long problem. A way to get that nicotine buzz without cigarettes, smelly clothes, spit cups, fire hazards or haughty glances from passersby. It almost sounds too good to be true, but with Pixotine, fantasy is reality. The concept is quite basic: people use Pixotine nicotine toothpicks anywhere, anytime, just like they would use a normal toothpick to get that refreshing nicotine rush. At the office, at the bar, or even at an anti-smoking rally, Pixotine is discrete, odorless and virtually undetectable. Where e-cigarettes clearly mimic the patterns of smoking a conventional cigarette, Pixotine doesn’t resemble smoking at all. It’s merely an easy, fun way to enjoy all the benefits and pleasure of a cigarette without the associations, judgments and irritations.

Pixotine goes far beyond simple convenience. No more berating speeches from angry bosses after a smoke break. No more hiding a fat lip full of tobacco. No more carrying around messy spit cups. Being chastised for a desire to to use common nicotine products is simply embarrassing! Pixotine is truly the surprising solution to the problem people didn’t know could be solved. With Pixotine, satisfying nicotine cravings without leaving the desk or walking out of a child’s basketball game is easy. It’s discrete. It’s convenient to carry. Best of all, Pixotine can be used anywhere, anytime, no matter what! Pixotine is the Original Nicotine Toothpick and the best smokeless alternative to cigarettes available.

Not being able to use tobacco products in everyday places was bad enough, and now that e-cigs are facing many of the same restrictions as conventional cigarettes, Pixotine is emerging as the next big thing. smoke free, odor free and impossibly simple, the innovative Pixotine nicotine toothpick can quickly become something nicotine users can’t live without. Anywhere… Anytime!





Flavor Allergy

I’ve been vaping for a bit over six months. Tried a few flavors the first month but after discovering there was no way to replicate the flavor of my cigarettes I settled for my next best friend…COFFEE! Can’t live without the stuff. I’ve vaped a couple dozen <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/DIY-eliquid_c_42.html”>diy recipes and loved them all for the most part, could easily continued vaping coffee flavors the rest of my life and never missed cigarettes but my body had different ideals.
After three months my skin and eyes began to burn. I’d read enough here to know it could be an allergy as the only time I was symptom free was first thing in the morning before I started vaping with symptoms beginning shortly after I’d start vaping. However with <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/DIY-eliquid_c_42.html”>diy there was a long process of elimination to find what was triggering the burn. I’m not willing to invest in all new flavors and nicotine so until I reorder I shoot for a 10/90 mix and am tolerating it. I found The Villain to be my beloved coffee, all varieties of it, from TPA to Nature’s Flavors!
I’d been suspecting the coffee for a couple months which is why I ordered the Nature’s Flavors organic variety so I could make a totally 100% VG mix of it to vape at time I was symptom free. I’d been vaping other flavors for several days and was relieved to be totally symptom free, that is until I vaped my coffee again. Within the hour skin is on fire again and my eyes look like I’m shooting lasers. :blink:
One thing I’ve learned from this is to rotate my flavors! My thinking was I smoked the same flavor cigarette for 40 years, who needs a pantry full of e-liquid flavors!? Well, I guess I do, I don’t want to become allergic to another flavor due to constant use.
Thank God it’s not been worst; I can still vape and drink my beloved coffee!

Hi all…..another new guy here

Since I have been reading this forum for the past few months, I figured it was time to jump in and get my feet wet! I have been vaping part-time for a little over 2 years now, and absolutely love it. I smoked a pack a day for 35 years, and a few months ago took the plunge and gave up the "stinkies" completely, so now of course I vape much, much more…..lol. 🙂

Sub-ohm coils and battery safety

Hello, everyone. I’m looking to find the best battery I can actually get (Which I can’t find Sony’s anywhere or I wouldn’t be posting this) that will be safe for me to use with as low as a .35-.4 ohm build. I have a good understanding of ohms law, I’m looking to upgrade from my regulated mod and aspire tank to a tugboat atomizer and a 18650 shotgun mechanical mod, and I just can’t find anything that has a strong amp limit and maH for all-day consistent vaping. I’ve been looking at the Orbtronic PD2900 batteries, yet I’ve been seeing very inconsistent opinions from everyone on the forums about them so far. Anyway, I was wondering if anyone had any input to help me find a better, acquirable battery for sub-ohming.