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    Quote Originally Posted by CJLaity View Post
    Well there are fads among kids where they "smoke" alcohol to get high, so I'm just wondering what the effects of vaping ethanol has on the body.
    Ethanol is pure grain alcohol. Not harmful for us. Drink enough of it and we get drunk. A few drops in a bottle of juice would not do that. Your feeling lightheaded was from something else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryedan View Post
    Ethanol is pure grain alcohol. Not harmful for us. Drink enough of it and we get drunk. A few drops in a bottle of juice would not do that. Your feeling lightheaded was from something else.
    Something else? I just listed the ingredients so which one was the something else? Drink enough grain alcohol and you will get drunk? Yeah, like a thimble full. Are you basing your opinion on scientific fact that vaping a small amount of ethanol won't have any intoxicating affects or is that just an assumption on your part?

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    Ethanol(alcohol) used to disperse Oil Based Flavorings:
    Orange, Lemon, Peppermint, etc.

    Check the Diy section

    Dihydrogen Monoxide - Now that one I worry about.

    Op, along with this ridiculous scare post, you do realize minute amounts of Alcohol, generally 1% or less in total mix, Evaporate naturally and under Vaporization.............right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJLaity View Post
    A Makers Mark flavor wouldn't be bad either. Or how about a real bitter IPA?
    Double like. Or Honey Jack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crxess View Post
    Ethanol(alcohol used to disperse Oil Based Flavorings:
    Orange, Lemon, Peppermint, etc.

    Dihydrogen Monoxide - Now that one I worry about.
    That is not the IUPAC recognized chemical name. If you knew that you wouldn't have repeated another post, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crxess View Post
    Ethanol(alcohol used to disperse Oil Based Flavorings:
    Orange, Lemon, Peppermint, etc.

    Check the Diy dection

    Dihydrogen Monoxide - Now that one I worry about.

    Op, along with this ridiculous scare post, you do realize minute amounts of Alcohol, generally 1% or less in total mix, Evaporate naturally and under Vaporization.............right.
    Scare post? I'm asking a legitimate question. No, I did not know that, that's why I'm asking obviously. If I knew everything I wouldn't be asking, now would I? I don't care what's "generally" in a mix. The ingredient list says Ethanol. That could mean a minute amount or it could mean that additional ethanol has been added for one effect or another. I'm not going to make assumptions when I'm putting stuff into my own lungs. Why use all the scientific terminology in the first place? Why not call nicotine nictotine if not to just confuse us about what's actually in their product. No, I'm not liking the FINITI ingredients one bit and I also didn't like the way it made me feel. That wasn't a nicotine reaction I felt, it was something else.
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    Moved to disposables.

    Kindly watch the thread titles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJLaity View Post
    Scare post? I'm asking a legitimate question. No, I did not know that, that's why I'm asking obviously. If I knew everything I wouldn't be asking, now would I? I don't care what's "generally" in a mix. The ingredient list says Ethanol. That could mean a minute amount or it could mean that additional ethanol has been added for one effect or another. I'm not going to make assumptions when I'm putting stuff into my own lungs. Why use all the scientific terminology in the first place? Why not call nicotine nictotine if not to just confuse us about what's actually in their product. No, I'm not liking the FINITI ingredients one bit and I also didn't like the way it made me feel. That wasn't a nicotine reaction I felt, it was something else.
    I got flamed once talking about disposals, but when your out and in a jam, what are you going to do? The FDA is really going to try to get these disposals inline, at the same time ruin what we know to be better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caridwen View Post
    Moved to disposables.

    Kindly watch the thread titles.
    OK. Thought of it more as a general discussion since the same ingredients can probably be found in any e-liquid, but you're the boss and I appreciate that this site is moderated since that keeps out the trolls and those who just generally like to be nasty. Have to go to work. I'll be back later to continue this lively discussion. Good vaping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smacuser View Post
    I got flamed once talking about disposals, but when your out and in a jam, what are you going to do? The FDA is really going to try to get these disposals inline, at the same time ruin what we know to be better.
    Personally I see the market turning toward improved disposables. How many people who would actually like to switch to vaping have the time and money to invest in trying out all sorts of kits. In a few years I wouldn't be surprised if there's more disposable use than from e-kits which is why I find it surprising that this site doesn't have a more prominent disposable forum but just one buried there under specific models. But I'm not criticizing you guys there, I think you're great and it's your site so I'll be more careful next time to place my thread under the proper category. Have to go to work now.

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