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Thread: Can you be an Analog Virgin but Vaping Stud?

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    I smoked many years ago but quit long time ago. Have been vaping for many years, only recently e-liquid/e-cigs. Only vaping 0mg. I started e-cigs because I was already vaping, and I like being able to experience many difference flavors without eating, and I like being able to 'smoke' without harmful carcinogens. I certainly don't feel like the norm around here with all the users supporting each other on their quest to kick analogs, none of that here.

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    actually just had a facebook conversation today with a friend who vapes pretty regularly (with nicotine though) who only ever smoked cigars maybe once a month
    V is for Voluntary

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    I'm a bit late to the party here lol. But I always advise non smokers NOT to start vaping. Taking ANYTHING in to your lungs "other than air" is not health. And the simulation of smoking can be habbit forming in its self. Smoking is not cool. Vaping is, for most of us, a way to quit smoking.

    Vaping on and off for years. Coffin Nail free since 9/30/13 now Free
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    I was an ex-smoker for years that got into vaping . I don't think there is a danger of regular nicquid being all that addictive in itself. I didn't find the nicquid nearly as addictive as cigarettes. very little buzz compare to regular cigs.
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    I'be been (was?) a pipe smoker must of my adult life, since college. At the time I also used cigarettes, all the way till I was 30 when I quit cold-turkey 'cause of medical advice. Even with two brief relapses I managed to stay free of coffin nails for 37 years. I took up vaping trying to help a friend kick the habit but when buying and experimenting her gift kit I liked the taste, and since my wife had been bugging me about the stink of the whole house the next morning --not just my studio- I though I'd get me an eGo starter kit as an alernative.

    At the time, two months ago, I had escalated from a few bowls a week to three or four a day -mainly because of work related stress, so it made sense.

    My present problem is that I got hooked rapidly on the activity. Since you can do it much easily than filling, lighting, smoking, cleaning and even finding the time and place to enjoy a pipe, I can even use my PV in my car. The taste is also so enticing that the last pipe I lighted last week is sitting half finished at my desk, and it even burned my tongue!

    Another worry is that I didn't inhale from the pipe, but the vape just didn't seem right not to; didn't taste right actually! Thus, I've started coughing!

    I've managed to isolate the malady to NET juices and some that do taste like tobacco, at the same time I've come out with some natural extracts made from teas & fruit peelings that curiously don't make me cough and even seem to cool my throat & thraquea. I've also started doing them 0 nic as I don't seem to need it.

    Is there any health pro here who can enlighten on the matter?

    In the two months I've splurged a few $100's on the monkey and I'm presently waiting for another VW mod and Kayfun 3.1 from CN. Will be four or five weeks till they arrive so it's not likely I'll revert to pipes —of which I have a good collection– anytime soon, in any case.
    Last edited by ForeverDiving; 04-02-2014 at 08:14 PM.
    Just when I thought pipe smoking was fussy...

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