Originally Posted by Bill's Magic Vapor
Originally Posted by renilyn
Ok Monica, let us see if I can tackle at least some of this LOL
100DT = 100 drop test: Basically this is a 1 drop per 1% flavor test that a lot of us have taken up doing (thank's to Bill ). Simply put, if you have 70% VG, you add 70 drops of VG into your container and so on until you have 100%. If this does not make sense, please let me know, I'll walk you through it in a bit more detail. This makes roughly 2.5ish ML (depending on your dropper size of course) and allows you the
Originally Posted by JimmyDB
Originally Posted by HgA1C
Gosh, I hope they tackle one of the biggest offenders of flavoring. Pharmaceutical companies, not only do they put flavoring into almost all children's liquid medicine, it must be low quality because it tastes like crap. Least we forget about Gummy bear vitamins and all of the overdoses those have caused?
Overdose of kid's multivitamins can be fatal | SILive.com
These are actually allowed to be marketed to kids,
Why Is The FDA Shielding Smokers From The Good News About E-Cigarettes?
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By Gilbert Ross, M.D.
Any clear-thinking health professional would agree that cigarette smoking is without question the most devastating and preventable public health risk that we need to address in this country. And now, four-plus years after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was given legal authority over tobacco products, the regulatory
Results of Incorrect Use
As we can see, incorrect use doesn't work and has issues: little or no nicotine will be delivered; coughing or irritation to the throat or lungs may result. An e-cigarette (especially a mini ecig) is not used like a tobacco cigarette for multiple reasons. Tobacco smoke contains materials that are engineered to have an anaesthetic effect on the throat and lungs, but e-cigarette mist does not have these compounds.
There are probably more clinical
E-Cigarette vapor is not drawn directly into the lungs, as many smokers do with a tobacco cigarette. The lungs do not 'suck' on the ecig; a direct inhale is not used. Instead, the vapor is first drawn into the mouth, using the cheeks to create a vacuum, then inhaled if desired.
The vapor doesn't have to be inhaled though, and an ecig can be used like a cigar, with the vapor only taken into the mouth. Nicotine will still be delivered as the water-based