WARNING: This product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical.

An article by the Washington Post says

An article by the Washington Post says "A vaping ban would be hysteria masquerading as prudence."

September 16, 2019

The Washington Post released an article today stating that a vaping ban would be hysteria masquerading as prudence.  Click >>HERE<< to have a read.

At this point, the best information suggests that a recent spate of deaths from a vaping-related lung disease — six at last report — had little or nothing to do with legal e-cigarettes. Rather, the deaths, and more than 300 confirmed cases of the disease in dozens of states, seem to be linked to illegal cartridges, mostly using marijuana derivatives that had been emulsified with vitamin E acetate, according to Food and Drug Administration investigators. The FDA has warned against using it for inhalation, and it isn’t used in legally manufactured e-cigarettes.




Leave a comment


Also in Blog

Stay Safe and Protected With These Mod Safety Tips
Stay Safe and Protected With These Mod Safety Tips

January 22, 2021

If you're interested in getting starting vaping, there are a few things that you should know beforehand. Paramount among these is vape battery safety.

Read More

Which Types of Vapes Are the Best to Quit Smoking
Which Types of Vapes Are the Best to Quit Smoking

January 14, 2021

What if you could quit smoking easily and painlessly?
Over the years, there have been many different methods to quit smoking. But none of them are quite as effective as vaping.
Not convinced? Keep reading to discover our complete guide to the different types of vapes and how they can help you quit smoking!

Read More

Did a Canadian Teen Get Popcorn Lung from Vaping E-Juice?
Did a Canadian Teen Get Popcorn Lung from Vaping E-Juice?

December 05, 2019

The bottom line here is that there isn’t enough evidence to call this case popcorn lung, and the doctors’ decision to “postulate” that it was popcorn lung was ill considered. The lung injuries that the CDC groups together as EVALI have a broad set of features, and the victims have appeared to suffer from a variety of different kinds of injury or disease. This case is likely just one more variation.

Read More