I got this new "DRAG" vape after about 6 months of using my Fuchai. My Fuchai broke. The back of it, where the batteries go, kept falling off and would not make contact with the batteries. Therefore it was broken so I went back to the store where I bought it, called Rose City Vapesters,... Continue Reading →
I have figured out why my vape exploded. First of all the expensive vape that I purchased almost a year ago had turned out to be a weak and faulty brand, which is what the store owner had told me who sold it to me, that they had recalled many of them. But they never... Continue Reading →
Last week was the first week I have ever tried to lower the amount of nicotine I use in my vaporizer. When choosing a flavor of e-juice, you can pick from a variety of different levels of nicotine. Heavy cigarette smokers will often start out with 24 milligrams of nicotine in their e-juice, which is the... Continue Reading →
I am now using a 3mg nicotine strength in my vaporizer as opposed to the 6 mg I was using previously. I have lowered the amount of nicotine I am using to hopefully get off the addictive factor of the e-juice. It will be easier to quit completely if I am on a lower amount... Continue Reading →
I took my vape in to the shop where I bought it. Which is a pretty nice, high-quality vape shop/bar, called Digital Cigzz, and asked if there was anything they could do for me since my vaporizer had exploded. So they gave me a mini box Kangertech for free, when usually it costs $42 out... Continue Reading →
Many people start out with a small pen-like aparati which is considered an electronic cigarette but doesn't have the same satisfaction as when pulling off of a drag of a cigarette. By these I mean the disposable kind that are sold in plastic wrap in gas stations and convenience stores. The puff isn't the same... Continue Reading →
Jahan Marcu, Ph.D.
Jahan Marcu, PhD, reports on the hidden dangers of propylene glycol and vape pens that smolder.
Portable electronic devices, known as “vape pens,” are increasingly popular among medical marijuana patients and others because they provide a convenient, discreet, and presumably benign way to administer cannabis. But how safe are vape pens and the liquid solutions inside the cartridges that attach to these devices? Who knows what’s actually being inhaled?
It’s generally assumed that vaping is a healthier method of administration than inhaling marijuana smoke, which contains noxious substances that may irritate the lungs. Since a vaporizer heats the cannabis flower or oil concentrate without burning it, the active ingredients are inhaled but no smoke is involved. At least that’s how it’s supposed to work.
But there may be a hidden downside to vape pens, which are manufactured (typically in China), marketed, and utilized without regulatory controls. Available…
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