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Using eCigs to Quit Smoking, or the umpteenth nic replacement...Successful?

My true adventures of quitting smoking using eCigs. Started with Blu disposable regular, just started maintenance with White Cloud Fling lite. After careful consideration, ordered a starter g6 kit from halo, along with 4 mini tanks, and 3 supplemental juices of differing strengths.

GOAL: quit smoking, vape down from 24 to 18, using 12mg maintenance. Eventually vape down to 6mg, and mix in some flavored 0mg. When only vaping 0 mg, plan to wean off vaping altogether. (I know that's not everyone's goal, but it's mine).

  1. Wow, THIS IS SO WORTH IT!! Taste is BACK!!

    by , 02-21-2014 at 09:21 PM (Using eCigs to Quit Smoking, or the umpteenth nic replacement...Successful?)
    Quote Originally Posted by ImperfectFuture View Post
    Woke up this morning, lolled in bed, no real strong craving for nic at all. I DID finally take some hits from my 18 mg and 12mg, but as noted in other posts, I soon get a headache (6 vapes will do it).

    But more to the point, besides smell, the taste buds woke up. Maybe it was that voodoo 6mg I couldn't put down last night?

    My coffee this morning (first recipe, almond milk with teaspoon ground flaxseed, second cup, almond milk and honey) tasted scrumptious. All
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  2. Your Biggest Regret In Vaping? NOT Blu Disposable

    by , 02-15-2014 at 01:11 AM (Using eCigs to Quit Smoking, or the umpteenth nic replacement...Successful?)
    Quote Originally Posted by burnnoticefanny View Post
    As this board has a combination of new and veteran vapers, I'm just curious what your biggest regret is in vaping. I would say that mine is simply the use of the BLU cig as I failed miserably with it. This is not to say that they are horrible, because I know some people use these exclusively and successfully, but they simply did not work out for me. On the plus side, they did introduce me to vaping and at the very beginning I definitely thought that with vaping I'd eventually be able to stop using
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  3. The start up cost over the savings, not so much.

    by , 02-15-2014 at 12:44 AM (Using eCigs to Quit Smoking, or the umpteenth nic replacement...Successful?)
    In the first week, I've spent over $200 ( that include liquids and cigalike flings, giving some away to friends). But I've decided to stay with kr808d1 devices for now. Part of the ordering frenzy was to build up points, and taste different flavors to find what I liked.


    However, eventually DIY would be REAL GOOD, since I would like to vegetate to 0 nic and pure vg.
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  4. Here we go, this forum has become an obsession? (along with you tube, TiVo has too many recordings).

    by , 02-07-2014 at 03:30 PM (Using eCigs to Quit Smoking, or the umpteenth nic replacement...Successful?)
    So, still smoking about 3 cigs a day, dropped down from 4 to 5.

    I'm one of those strange folks that like the taste of Blu regulars, and just today learned the carb hole trick (but it will get used faster). Being a light smoker, this stick is still going, even when purchased Tuesday morning.

    I purchased the Blu's to get started while waiting for my light flings. Those actually came yesterday. Started one yesterday, I oscillate between the Blu and the Fling. Use Fling ...
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