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    Fresh air?? Is there any left on this planet?
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    I'll stick to ' inhaling anything but air comes with risks.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilZoe View Post
    I find not inhaling becomes pretty unpleasurable after a time....lol
    even deadly
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    If my lungs could speak they'd say 'can I inhale a lot more of that excellent brandy vape you've got on the go please'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by degnr8 View Post
    Dude, most of the american population lives in or near a city. Very few of us have ever breathed fresh air.
    True that.....
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    Great point, DC2!

    "fresh air" indeed... yeah, it would be nice to live in the mountains or in a forest - but, alas, most of us have to work (me included).
    Hm.. and even living in those lovely areas with wonderful, sweet-smelling fresh air, we would still have to cook food... on a wood-burning stove, probably.. and enter the stable of our chickens / goats / cow ... and there goes that illusion
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjaffm View Post
    Great point, DC2!

    "fresh air" indeed... yeah, it would be nice to live in the mountains or in a forest - but, alas, most of us have to work (me included).
    Hm.. and even living in those lovely areas with wonderful, sweet-smelling fresh air, we would still have to cook food... on a wood-burning stove, probably.. and enter the stable of our chickens / goats / cow ... and there goes that illusion
    you been to my place I see. . It's true, that while the air isn't all smog hazy, it certainly is hazy with pollen, dust, dander, ...something always floating by. But at least it smells better .... Til that cow walks by...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WillyZ View Post
    all I know for sure is ... after 34 days of vaping ... my lungs feel better without inhaling Tobacco
    Biggest reason is because It's not the nicotine...
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    Quote Originally Posted by alisa1970 View Post
    what about deep water SCUBA? They breathe an oxygenated liquid.
    2 family members are deep sea commercial divers, very different from SCUBA done on a recreational basis (who are not at high risk for things like lung oxygen toxicity, etc.)

    As a result of these employments we are fully informed by medical specialists who only deal with deep divers and those who breathe exotic gasses. I can tell you that breathing mixed gasses, over time, have many serious side affects, but also that the physiological effects of deep diving are still largely unknown.

    Just as the physiologicial effects of breathing/inhaling food flavorings made for injestion are also largely unknown.


    DC2, if you were posting as musing, and just opinion, I could give a "like" but unless you are able to support such claims with a medical background as a pulomonology specialist, and/or an advanced chemist's degree, it is just conjecture.

    It may be comforting conjecture, but it's still conjecture nevertheless.

    As I have shared, I am doing my vaping journey under the full care of my doctor, and i have baseline lung xrays, indepth blood profiles, ect that were taken before I started vaping. I DO however believe that unless you have certain underlying medical conditions, that nicotine is not at all harmful. I have enough M.D. treaters at this point in my life to believe this, based on medical data. So I agree with WarHawk on this.

    However, the jury is still out on breathing flavorings, as well as things like some of the metals and silica and stuff that we vaporize the eliquid on. Nobody knows yet. And there are some small molecule stuff in certain flavors that is worrisome even to some of those with chemistry backgrounds right on ECF.

    for now, I believe the best way to define vaping is how it is defined now: HARM REDUCTION.

    To take it further than that, without at least a decade of real study, is not something I feel comfortable with.
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    Well with all the pg in vapor I'm spreading around here I don't have to worry about any microbes getting to me. No wonder I haven't been sick in almost 2 years.
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