What I mean by that is, do you vapers feel you're getting as much of a high from vaping as when you smoked tobacco, if indeed, you ever smoked tobacco.
I've learned that the other chemicals in tobacco apparently add to the effect of nicotine. Whenever I smoked roll ups, in particular, the first one of the day or the first one after a few hours of not smoking, it would go to my head and make me feel woozy, which I enjoyed.
Started vaping this week and haven't smoked since tuesday. Tbh, I haven't really craved for a roll up that much which is excellent as I definitely am getting a nicotine fix. I have two clearomisers on the go at the moment, swapping between 18mg dekang blueberry flavour and 24mg dekang tobacco flavour.
BUT, I don't really feel I'm getting that light headed buzz, that RUSH, that tobacco gave me, even on 24mg. It's not a deal breaker for me, but I do miss that part of real tobacco. Am I alone with this or have others experienced the same? When I started vaping, I thought and hoped nicotine is all that is needed. I don't feel I'll go back to smoking as vaping is quite satisfying for me at the moment, much more so than I thought it would be. But it's a pity that some of the buzz I was used to and enjoyed for the past 38 years would seem to be partly due to the other crap chemicals in tobacco which I don't wish to contaminate my lungs with anymore. I often wonder if this is just psychological simply because I'm not smoking a real lit tobacco cigarette, but I don't think it is, I'm pretty sure nicotine alone at probably any strength doesn't quite deliver all the high of a rollup or cigarette. True or false?