originally posted by: datguy
a reply to: lovebeck
2. The chinese company "dekang" is well known for diluting thier e-liquids with an extremely haxardous chemical called diacetyl, please make sure
you are not vaping anything with this chemical in it! It is probably more harmful than the anologs your trying rid yourself of...
Such will always be the case Vaping with mailorder mystery drops.
Using a non-nicotine, non-addictive, non-customizable, non-refillable SAFE Ecigarette in conjunction with an approved and medically tested nicotine
replacement product, such as a Nicoderm patch is an effective tobacco smoking cessation system.
The long term effects of 'Vaping' as a nicotine delivery system is critical because the chemicals used are addictive which could lead to overuse.
Now we see how uncertified chemicals could lead to much worse!
With the safe type of non-addictive Ecigarette and a patch, after you've run the prescribed course of patches, weaning down over weeks, there is no
more need for nicotine and the vaping drops off drastically, to the point that I still carry it around, but sometimes go days without needing it.
When I'm with people smoking or after a fine feast and enjoying a cognac, I might pull it out for old times sake, and it's equally enjoyable, if not
more so, to the noxious analogs I once used. Only not habit forming.
As I type this, a debate is ongoing at Toronto City Hall. A Vapehead advocate is being interviewed and is referring to the legal type as "Cigalecs"
and the refillable type as "Ecigarette". That's a new one on me.
BTW this guy has dark rings around his eyes like a junkie.
I'll report back with the results of the debate, but I'm gonna predict legal restrictions just like cigarettes for the Refillable Ecigarettes and
HOPEFULLY no restrictions on the disposable "cigalecs", which I used to successfully quit smoking.
If they group them together I will be so p!$$3d at the Vapeheads for forcing the issue.
Should know tomorrow.