For many years I have been wanting to stop the uncontrolable habit of smoking thise stinking cigarettes. I have tried everything in my power to stop. The gum did not work. The patches did not work. The meds I got from the doctor did not work. I was almost at a dead end when I told my doctor I did not know what I should do as my smoking was now starting to show evident signs of deteriorating my health and I was feeling like it was going to kill me before I could kill it.
My doctor then
Updated 08-10-2014 at 12:48 PM by simplynewt
Here's what I submitted to the FDA comments on the proposed deeming regulations:
From: Scott D. Casey
To: FDA Center for Tobacco Products
RE: FDA, Docket No. FDA-2014-N-0189, Regulatory Information Number (RIN) 0910- AG38
As a person who started smoking at the age of 13, and suffered the addiction for 43 years and polluting my body & personal space with 40 cigarettes
Updated 08-08-2014 at 08:35 PM by CabinetGuyScott
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