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Is vapor also unhealthy for lungs? | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers

Is vapor also unhealthy for lungs?

Chris Worth’s reply: Something that isn’t pure air is unhealthy for the lungs and the system basically. Pure air, although, is at present solely out there up a mountain and mid-ocean, since we polluted all over the place else. Vaping is a number of orders of magnitude safer than smoking cigarettes. Precisely how…


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KEEPING VAPERS INFORMED | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers



KEEPING VAPERS INFORMED: Stakeholder conference call with Mitch Zeller, J.D., Director, Center for Tobacco Products and Anna Abram, FDA’s Deputy Commissioner for Policy, Planning, Legislation, and Analysis, THAT FOLLOWED THE JULY 28TH ANNOUNCEMENT BY FDA DIRECTOR SCOTT GOTTLIEB


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New MixLife Show! #vaping

 


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MixLife: Ep. 20 – Dave Gets Cheesy | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


MixLife: Ep. 20 – Dave Gets Cheesy

The Big Cheese

In this episode Dave has a fun surprise awaiting

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Noted: Ep. 10 – Oats | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


Noted: Ep. 10 – Oats

Buncha Oats

In this episode the crew talk about OAT flavorings.

Flavorings NOTED:

OoO Oatmeal

FLV Oatmeal Raisin

TFA Oatmeal Cookie

TFA Rice Crunchies

WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats

FLV Marshmallow Treat

FLV Crunch Cereal

FE Sweet Rice

RF Baked Bread

FA Baked Bread

FLV Crunch Cereal.

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Cigarette Market Fading Away by 2021 | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


New Data Shows Cigarette Market Fading Away by 2021
There’s been new data released by Euromonitor Data showing that the cigarette market will report a record loss of 7.7 billion by 2021 due to both the heated tobacco and vaping market climbing at an unbelievable rate. With vaping becoming the best alternative option for nicotine delivery, the global cigarette category dropped in sales below […] #vaping

New Data Shows Cigarette Market Fading Away by 2021

 


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England officially sides with vaping! | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


England officially sides with vaping!

England is the first country in the world to recommend vaping to smokers as part of its official tobacco control plan. The 32-page document was released Tuesday. It applies only to England, not the entire United Kingdom, which also includes Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

“This is probably the first significant government policy paper anywhere that recognises and pursues the opportunities of tobacco harm reduction, rather than defining these technologies as a threat to be suppressed,” wrote Clive Bates in his blog.

England has been a pioneer — the pioneer — in promoting vaping to smokers.

The plan is starkly different from American tobacco control efforts. The idea that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), or the California Department of Public Health, might actually recommend that smokers use reduced-risk products like e-cigarettes to improve their health is about as likely as Stanton Glantz tearing open a pack of Kools and lighting up at a UCSF fundraiser.

England has been a pioneer — the pioneer — in promoting vaping to smokers. It wasn’t that long ago — just two years, in fact, in 2015 — when Public Health England’s “E-cigarettes: an evidence update” shook the foundations of tobacco control, and defined the divide in public health between harm reduction and prohibition.

Vaping in the workplace? Yes, please!

Last year, PHE issued guidance to employers, reminding them, “Different approaches will be appropriate in different places, but policies should take account of the evidence and clearly distinguish vaping from smoking.”

The tobacco control plan makes that advice more official. “This recognises that decisions on vaping policy should rest with owners and managers of premises – and that the justification to override the preferences of property owners with blanket vape-free laws does not exist,” writes Clive Bates. “This is an ethically robust position to take.”

Will England dump the TPD after Brexit?

The hated Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) provoked many vapers to vote to leave the European Union last year. The tobacco control plan provides the first official hint that England could possibly abandon the TPD after the U.K. exits the E.U.

“We will look to identify where we can sensibly deregulate without harming public health or where EU regulations limit our ability to deal with tobacco,” says the Department of Health. “In particular, the government will assess recent legislation such as the Tobacco Products Directive, including as it applies to e-cigarettes, and consider where the UK’s exit provides opportunity to alter the legislative provisions to provide for improved health outcomes within the UK context.”

That would be a welcome development for vapers and vaping businesses. The disruption to the market caused by the pointless regulations of the TPD has caused some vape companies in the U.K. to close, and forced vapers to hack devices and DIY e-liquid to have workable gear.

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New! Concrete River Flavor Notes | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers



New! Concrete River Flavor Notes:Selected excerpts from some european flavor tests. First tests on FlavourArt UK Blend VaPimms, Sasami Sweet Blackberry, and Sasami Gooseberry. Starts with cl…


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Daily Mix Tip: The Shelf Life | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


Daily Mix Tip: The shelf life of your DIY e-liquid will depend on your storage. Most e-liquid needs a month or two to fully steep. From there once it has steeped its flavor stabilizes for a few months, with minimal change noticed. Between 6 months and 1 year after mixing your e-liquids will begin to decline in flavor profile taste, though it is still fully vapable. After 1 year your flavoring can become more compromised, fading or becoming a bit muddled. Eventually, if nicotine is present the nicotine will also age turning your liquid very dark depending on the strength of the nicotine. During the second year e-liquid will likely become nearly unvapable if you have added nicotine, if it is not nicotined then you may still be able to vape the liquid during year 2 but some flavorings may be muted or begin to taste off.

For the sake of freshness and taste most e-liquids should be vaped within 18 months of mixing. Add your Born on Date to your bottle labels so you know when you mixed it.

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