Cigarette Ingredients - Chemicals in Cigarettes
Here are the 599 chemicals added to cigarettes that when burned create over 4000 chemical compounds. That's right, 4000 chemicals your not putting in your body every half hour or so. Your missing more than nic but that's a good thing!
idk about you guys, but honestly, i dont crave vaping as much as smoking because I never stop vaping... maybe not the best thing to be writing but, its the truth. If i'm vaping 12mg juice, man, I dont put my pv down till I'm asleep.
I vape constantly, but I don't think I'm getting more nic than I did when I smoked. I could hotbox a couple at break and feel the nic buzz and dizziness as I walked back toward the building. I don't get that from vaping 24mg constantly. Maybe the problem with cigs was an elevated CO2 level coupled with lowered O2 levels.
Anyone remember the cold, clammy skin feeling you got when you first smoked? It was a real buzz when you were used to having normal gas levels in your blood.
That may be but my post was directed at DaveP who was thinking that he was getting less nicotine with vaping than analogs due to not getting the "buzz" with vaping that he got from smoking. Whatever caused the "buzz" more than likely either had to do with oxygen to the brain being decreased from CO and CO2 OR from the extra "free bonus" chemicals in smoke. In other words the "buzz" effect is not an accurate determination of actual nicotine intake.