I'm quite happy with Vamo, it is just too big and heavy.
Provari is obviously cute and well made.
"In spite of the high predictive validity of existing ALA methodology, the actual abuse liability of any product, including MRTP/PREPs, will ultimately depend on the findings from clinical trials and post-marketing surveillance. However, the predictive validity of the procedures for assessing abuse liability described in this review has been clearly established across many other classes of medications. This provides a good degree of certainty that they will also be valid for assessing new nicotine-containing
"In the other report, a crossover trial of 40 ENDS-naïve participants, smokers were assigned on different days to use an ENDS with a 16 mg or a 0 mg nicotine cartridge, a nicotine inhaler, or their usual brand of cigarette.7 In a PK study involving a subgroup of nine participants, the 16 mg ENDS yielded a maximum nicotine concentration in blood plasma of 1.3 ng/ml, the inhaler 2.1 ng/ml and the tobacco cigarette 13.4 ng/ml. Importantly, the 16 mg ENDS, 0 mg ENDS and nicotine inhaler all significantly
"Nicotine pops look a lot like regular lollipops, but they smell a little weird and leave a sour aftertaste. Most contain either 2 mg or 4 mg of a chemical called nicotine salicylate and sell for about $3 apiece. They're made by independent pharmacists, who have long had the right to mix various active ingredients, usually following a doctor's orders, into preparations that aren't commercially available."
"They laughed when I sat down at my test tubes." That is how the - University of California's Nobel-prizewinning Virologist Wendell M. Stanley might have begun his San Francisco lecture. For many physicians thought that Stanley had gone much too far when he suggested that viruses, or virus-like particles, might be responsible for all forms of cancer. But in support of his hypothesis, Stanley last week marshaled a phalanx of evidence from more than a dozen high-powered researchers as well