First off lets look at the big picture, ecigarettes or vaping was created by one man and not by a pharmaceutical company:In 1963, Herbert Gilbert patented “a smokeless non-tobacco cigarette”. In his patent Gilbert described how his device worked, by “replacing burning tobacco and paper with heated, moist, flavored air.” Gilbert’s device involved no nicotine, smokers of Gilbert’s device enjoyed flavored steam. Attempts
had the weirdest dream ever, it was my vape, but it was running off of AC Square waves, simulating sine waves, and my RDA was literately a tiny transformer, that induced voltage to the other coil, by using a wicking that held lines of flux it was like an E I transformer core, i'm not a engineer, but can someone explain how this wouldn't work. would it just be outrageously expensive, or would it light the lamination....poop its not insulated wire, what if it was liquid ceramic outside, this is more
CALL FOR DOCTORS, HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS AND SCIENTISTS IN SUPPORT OF ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES.As physicians and health professionals we see everyday patients who are severely affected by tobacco smoking, many of whom will eventually die or have their health severely affected despite our help and advice. Tobacco smoking remains the most serious public health issue in the world.
I wrote this for a couple of friends that are interested. Sharing it with you and hope it helps.
Do It Yourself E-Liquid (E-Juice) Recipe Mixing Station!
This is the what I use the most:
DIY E-Liquid Calculator With Ten Flavors
Your mix will consist of these four basic items to start:
2)Nicotine base - I prefer to use USP Grade 100mg/ml. Any type of VG/PG base is generally ok.
Updated 03-15-2015 at 02:00 AM by gray
Want to help smokers quit? Stop lying about e-cigs | WashingtonExaminer.com
While the official agencies urge smokers to use the FDA-approved methods to help them quit, they neglect to inform them that these methods — gums, nicotine patches, drugs —are not terribly effective. They actually warn smokers who want to quit against trying reduced-harm nicotine delivery devices such as e-cigarettes and vapor products (“e-cigs”). They go out of their way to alarm desperate smokers about hypothetical