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Suggestions requested for a roll your own analogue?

Discussion in 'Requests for Opinions/Reviews' started by Ipster, Aug 27, 2017.

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  1. Ipster

    Ipster Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    thank you!
    I've been 100% tobacco free about 5 years. I vaped/smoked cig a likes a few years prior.
    One of my most beloved friends is suffering "severe" stage COPD. I respect individual rights, honestly.
    I would (if I knew what flavor/mg) simply like to offer her an alternative which could possibly appeal to her cravings for tobacco if I knew what would be a decent equivalent. When I quit I found the right taste/substitute for my American Spirit full flavor menthol and I was done smoking immediately.
    Like most of us that was step one of the ladder many moons ago.
    Could anyone suggest what might be an appealing taste for someone that rolls Buglar??
    I'll presume it'd be about 24mg nic to start. I'd really appreciate finding any veterans that used to roll their own.
  2. homeuser6

    homeuser6 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 7, 2013
    johnson creek red oak domestic 24mg worked for me. when i started vaping i had to fool myself into thinking i was still smoking. now i like light fruit flavors.
  3. retired1

    retired1 Administrator Admin Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Apr 5, 2013
    While I didn't "roll 'em", I did use one of those machines that took tobacco and stuffed it into pre-made tubes. Halo's Torque 56 was my first tobacco e-liquid and I credit it to keeping me off the smokes.
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  4. Dougiestyle

    Dougiestyle Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 5, 2011
    Knoxville, TN USA
    Maybe too daunting, but consider extracting the tobacco your friend uses? There are some tried and true methods for extracting tobacco for flavor. It's around here somewhere...
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