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How much nicotine is in my vape juice? And how much nicotine is too much? These are some of the most commonly asked questions as people switch from cigarettes to vaping.
It’s a bit silly to look at the origins of the word, in fact when we do it makes us feel pretty old, as it was born in 1983. We weren’t even an embryo then, honest. Ok maybe we were playing with our Fisher Price cassette recorders and waking up to Phil Schofield in the Broom Cupboard. Ok, ok, maybe we were adopting the Yuppie trend and impressing everyone at wine bars with our big paper Filofaxes while booking holidays to Tenerife and singing along to Bucks Fizz.
Oxford Dictionaries has just named “vape” Word of the Year. Thank heavens it’s replaced old favorites such as Random and BFF. Their own very regal definition which goes like this: “to inhale and exhale the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device.
The US vaping community isn’t the only one under fire. The Canadian Pediatric Society is also demanding a ban on flavoured vapes after the FDA described the rise in teen vaping an “epidemic.” Is it really, though? Health Canada isn’t so sure.
Clearly, e-cigarettes are not tobacco products, regardless of their flavour. Nonetheless, like their American...
If you have spent any significant amount of time vaping, then you’ve no doubt heard plenty of people refer to your “smoke” or “vape smoke.” Other terms you may hear people use include “smoking vapour” and “vapour smoke.”
Some of these folks are merely curious, but others are concerned that your second-hand vapour might be harmful to their health.