Originally Posted by buffaloguy
Originally Posted by xitheron
Why dont you do a blog post with the current final Buffalo's Bounty recipe? It's hard sifting back through this thread trying to nail it down exactly what you're doing...
Originally Posted by Mrscorbin24
I agree can you please do a Blog Buffalo
Page 228, Post 2279... all ya gotta do is go back and look. Im not done testing things so that is my recipe for now and the same as others have been using.
This is just a personal yay-me post.
I've been vaping for 28 days, a few days shy of a month.
I can say a few things with certainty:
I can honestly say my lungs feel better. And so does my throat. I don't wake up hacking and coughing. I haven't been coughing up awful-looking brown/yellow phlegm. I don't wake up in the morning with a rough throat, even after a night of drinking and chain-vaping. And I don't have that heavy feeling in my chest that I get from smoking
Updated 08-08-2014 at 04:16 AM by Quin
Docket ID: FDA-2014-N-0189; RIN: 0910-AG38
Electronic cigarettes (also known as e-cigarettes, e-cigs, or ecigs) are not tobacco products and should not be treated as such. Deeming them as tobacco is a grave error with deadly consequences for more than 40 million American smokers who will be denied access to an alternative that is more than 1,000 times safer than combustible tobacco.
The proposed deeming regulations would remove more than 99% of ecig products from the
So after dealing with a nasty e-juice, I decided to clean the coil in my iClear 30S. I followed some instructions online, and realized my first boo-boo was pulling out a wick by accident. "No problem, I can put it back into place", I thought. After cleaning out the entire unit, I assembled it and dry-fired it a few times. Nope, it was dead. The coil wasn't lighting up at all. All it did was hiss and pop a few times (don't look into it when that happens). It still produces vapor, but it
I don't understand why you want to regulate e-cigarettes and e-liquid as if it posed the same risk as traditional, combustible tobacco products when every ingredient in e-liquid when purchased separately is FDA approved already.
E-liquid contains propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, nicotine, and flavorings, all of which are already approved--when purchased separately. But when we put them together and vape these ingredients, why does it suddenly pose a problem and has to