If you keep abreast of news in the world of vaping, it’s likely that you’ll have heard the term cloud chasing before now. But for those who aren’t in the know, or haven’t heard the phrase before, here’s everything you need to know about cloud chasing. Whilst many people might take up vaping as a less harmful alternative to traditional tobacco products, there is an emerging trend who are taking vape devices to a whole new level. Cloud chasing is a competitive “sporting” sphere, where
If you’re interested in finding high-quality tobacco vape juice, it helps to know what ingredients go into making it. Not all tobacco e-liquids are made equally: while they all contain propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG) and nicotine, the tobacco flavoring can come from various sources, and this generally depends on the type of tobacco e-liquid it is. Many tobacco e-liquids use tobacco extract or tobacco absolute, others use a combination of this and artificial flavorings or sweeteners, and some use authentic flavors taken
Understanding nicotine levels in e-juice is essential to making sure you get the right amount of nicotine for your needs, which in turn helps smooth your transition to vaping. If you’ve been struggling to find the right e-liquid to help you kick smoking, it might be because you’ve made the wrong choice for nicotine level. Here’s everything you need to know to make the right decision:Nicotine Levels in E-Juice 101Most e-liquid contains nicotine, and the nicotine level simply tells you how much of it
With the FDA’s plans to regulate e-cigarettes as “tobacco products” underway, it’s important to take a moment to consider the absurdity of what’s happening: a product which contains no tobacco whatsoever is about to be subjected to a raft of absurd requirements inspired by those imposed on the most dangerous consumer product on the market today.The decision to call e-cigarettes a tobacco product is really a purely legal one. Under the FDA’s official definition, a tobacco product is “any product made or derived from
We’ve all heard it: “e-cigarettes just contain PG, VG, nicotine and flavorings – so what is there to worry about?” All available evidence may tell us that e-cigarettes are likely to be vastly safer than cigarettes, but the big problem with claiming just four ingredients is that last one, “flavorings.” This one word actually represents a multitude of different chemicals present in our e-liquid, both artificial and natural, and it also represents a genuine unknown when it comes to the health risks of vaping.
When you first start vaping, e-cigarettes can seem a little overwhelming, with new terminology, more parts than you know what to do with and countless little decisions to make along the way. One of the most important choices you have to make when you start vaping is related to the nicotine level in your vape liquid – after all, nicotine is really what brings smokers to use premium e-liquid. But with so many nicotine levels to choose from – ordinarily 0 mg, 6 mg, 12 mg, 18