Since this comes up a LOT, I thought I'd extract it here so it is easier to find
I smoked just over a pack a day of camel crush, and at least 1 extra pack on the weekends. I quit with only occasional irritation this way, but everyone is different..
Originally Posted by Disconnect
As others have said, its experimentation. I'm still settling in (as my sig shows..) but what I would recommend, based on my experience (and a lot of reading):
Get some 24mg juice. Get some 'milder' (16-18mg) juice.
[QUOTE=CarbonThief;8571486]In other extract news, I am currently on my final slow cook, #3, started about 2 hours ago, and will go for another 6. For some reason, I decided to do a 12 hour cook, cool down, 10 hour cook, cool down, then a third cook for 8 hours, just to see how it turns out. Growing impatient (already, and boy does this not bode well for me and DIY extracts!), I decided I wanted to sample one of the three coconut tobacco hybrids (if that is the proper term) between step 2 and 3,
My Vapemail didn't arrive yet, but has been processed through my local post office. I know what to expect tomorrow and I'm eager to try it out. This day didn't go as planned, either! Another property became available and I did a land swap...so I spent the day walking through it and signing the new contracts. The more I try to hibernate and relax, the more things happen in my life. I was tempted to pitch a tent in the new spot and spend the night. Relax and vape... It doesn't matter to me
Originally Posted by zippersnapper
Today, after a solid 5 weeks of use, and no less than 5 boil outs and dry burns, my "Boba's" Kanger bit the dust. The coil was beyond hope:
Good news, these lend themselves to rebuilding rather easily:
While I have several replacement heads on tap, I was determined
[QUOTE=mikejm;8564290]These products are a safer alternative to smoking and the FDA has spread false and misleading information about their safety. For example, the FDA has compared e-liquid, which consists of polyglycol, vegatable glycerine, flavoring, and nicotine to automotive anti freeze. The mixture is heated and vaporizes at a low temperature into a steam that satisfies smokers without all of the tars, metals, and pesticides that are found in the smoke of government approved cigarettes. The