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New California study proves vaping helps smokers quit | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


New California study proves vaping helps smokers quit

After a couple weeks of bad news and worse news for vaping, along comes exciting good news from the least likely place imaginable: the University of California.

A new study from the University of California-San Diego says that vaping helps smokers try to quit, and of those who try, more smokers who use e-cigarettes succeed. The study appeared in the British Medical Journal.

The research team used data collected by the U.S. Census CPS-TUS, a survey of adults to collect information about changes in tobacco product use. According to lead author Shu-Hong Zhu, a UC-San Diego professor of Family Medicine and Public Health, the CPS-TUS data is based on the largest sample of smokers and vapers available.

“These data suggest that e-cigarettes play the role of a cessation tool.”

The researchers looked at the connections between e-cigarette use and smoking cessation. They found that 65 percent of smokers who vaped during the previous year had tried to quit smoking, while just 40 percent of the non-vaping smokers tried.

Even more exciting, 8.2 percent of the smokers who vaped were able to quit smoking, while just 4.8 percent of those who didn’t vape were successful at quitting. “The cessation rate among those who did not use e-cigarettes remained the same compared to previous years,” said Zhu. “These data suggest that e-cigarettes play the role of a cessation tool.”

“Our analysis of the population survey data indicated that smokers who also used e-cigarettes were more likely to attempt to quit smoking, and more likely to succeed,” said Zhu. “Use of e-cigarettes was associated both with a higher quit rate for individuals as well as at the population level; driving an increase in the overall number of people quitting.”

Great news, but will it stick?

The findings of this careful study are in direct conflict with Prof. Stanton Glantz’s famously sloppy 2016 meta-review, which in the words of scientists at the Truth Initiative, “simply lumps together the errors of inference” from the individual studies that were combined in the review. (If you’re not familiar with the Glantz paper, I suggest starting with Clive Bates’ brutal takedown.)

An accompanying editorial in the BMJ — titled “New evidence supports a liberal approach to e-cigarette regulation” — by Chris Bullen, a public health professor at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, emphasized the good news for public health.

“The research by Zhu and colleagues suggests that where such permissive approaches to e-cigarettes exist—ones that enable smokers to have ready access to products that deliver nicotine effectively, at a price lower than that of tobacco cigarettes—then substantial numbers of smokers will make the transition away from smoking, and a substantial population benefit can result,” writes Bullen. “In light of this evidence, policy makers in countries contemplating a more restrictive approach to the regulation of e-cigarettes should pause to consider if pursuing such a course of action is the right thing to do for population health.”

Study finds e-cigarette use associated with an increased smoking cessation rate https://t.co/qwsIepTDyo + commentary https://t.co/qrsnxXsAVH pic.twitter.com/Ioilk1MnnY

— The BMJ (@bmj_latest) July 26, 2017

The question now is whether this study will get the publicity it deserves in the United States. The influence on the news media of nine years of relentless vaping negativity and outright attacks from American public health officials and tobacco control ideologues has prevented other academic efforts from breaking through to the general public.

By Wednesday evening, the story was already being reported widely, including by the Associated Press and Reuters, whose stories will be picked up by many newspapers. Will this good news tip the scales back toward something resembling fair discourse? Or will it be quickly forgotten? Cross your fingers.

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FDA to delay e-cigarette Regs | DIY E-Liquid Blog – E-Juice Makers


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FDA to delay e-cigarette reg for years and explore reducing nicotine in conventional cigarettes

The FDA will exploring reduce nicotine in cigarettes so that the products are no longer addictive.


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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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Daily Mix Tip: Bored with the flavors you vape every day? Next time you order so…


Daily Mix Tip: Bored with the flavors you vape every day? Next time you order some flavors try picking up a few flavors far outside your normal profile that you vape to death. If you go bakeries, try some sweeter tobaccos or a fruit that maybe you’ve never even eaten. If you vape tobaccos like I do all day, try a cinnamon roll, or a cake, or a custard. If you’re a candy vaper go for a bakery or a sweet tobacco. Or if you’re really brave, go for cucumber or a stout tobacco mixed with a sweet fruit. Just picking up 3 or 4 extra flavors outside of your normal flavor profile can add some seriously needed variety in your vaping routine and will help you keep from getting bored with mixing and vaping. Check out flavor notes or recipes for some ideas on Flavor-Pro http://ow.ly/wb0u30cKsAY


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Understanding Nicotine Strengths and Percentages – Vaping360


Understanding Nicotine Strengths and Percentages

Every new vaper knows the confusion. Shopping for your usual 12 mg/mL nicotine level, you don’t see the option there. Instead, the e-juice comes in either 0%, 0.3%, 0.6%, 1.2% and 1.8% nicotine. So what do you do? What’s the difference between nicotine strengths written as mg/mL and those written as percentages? How do you convert from one to the other?

Nicotine strength in mg/mL

Most of the time, e-liquid nicotine strengths are shown in mg/mL, which stands for milligrams per milliliter. This means that for every milliliter of e-liquid in the bottle, there is the specified amount of nicotine.

For a 6 mg/mL e-juice, this means every milliliter contains 6 mg of nicotine. If you need to work out the total amount of nicotine in a bottle or in a tank, just multiply the strength in mg/mL by the number of milliliters of it you have.

For example, if you fill up a 5 mL tank with 6 mg/mL e-liquid, you have 5 mL × 6 mg/mL = 30 mg of nicotine in your tank. In the same way, a 10 mL bottle of 6 mg/mL e-liquid contains 60 mg of nicotine in total.

Nicotine strengths as percentages

Nicotine strengths as percentages are very similar, but a little easier to understand. Instead of combining a mass (in mg) and a volume (in mL), percentages use the volumes of both. In simple terms, figures like 0.3% or 1.8% just tell you how much of the liquid in the bottle is nicotine.

This means that if you have some e-liquid containing 1.2% nicotine, any amount you measure out will be 1.2% nicotine and 98.8% PG, VG and flavorings.

Technically, this measurement is called “nicotine by volume,” in the same way the percentages on a bottle of liquor are “alcohol by volume” or ABV for short. “Nicotine by volume” is sometimes shortened to NBV too.

You could also work out the percentage by mass, if you wanted to, but e-liquid companies usually don’t do this. We work with e-juice in mL, so they do to.

Converting from mg/mL to percent and back

Converting from a nicotine strength in mg/mL to a percentage is really easy. Just divide the amount in mg/mL by 10. So if you have a 6 mg/mL e-juice, this is equal to a 0.6% e-juice. An 18 mg/mL e-juice is equal to a 1.8% e-juice. And if you had a high-strength nicotine base of 72 mg/mL, this would be 7.2%

The conversion couldn’t be any simpler. To convert back from percentages to mg/mL, just multiply it by 10.

More detail on combining weights and volumes

Practically, this is all you’ll need to know to switch between percentages and mg/mL values confidently. But if you’re interested in why exactly it works out like that, here’s a bit more information.

The issue is slightly complicated because values in mg/mL mix mass and volume. This convention originated in China, where the first e-cigarettes were made. It wouldn’t be a problem, but to work out a percentage, you need two volumes to use, not one volume and one mass.

To work it out for yourself, you need to know how much volume each mg of nicotine occupies in liquid form. Nicotine has a density of 1.01 grams per cubic centimeter, which means that 1,010 mg of pure nicotine takes up one milliliter. We can use this to convert mg of nicotine to mL of nicotine.

First, we need to find the total amount of nicotine we’re considering, in mg. As covered earlier, this just means multiplying the nicotine strength – say 6 mg/mL – by the size of the bottle – say 10 mL. So in this case we have 60 mg of nicotine. Using the density of nicotine, this works out to about 0.059 mL of pure nicotine.

So to work out the percentage, you divide the volume of the nicotine by the total volume of the e-liquid and then multiply the result by 100. This means that the 10 mL bottle of 6 mg/mL e-liquid has (0.59 mL / 10 mL ) × 100% = 0.59% nicotine. Since we don’t need to be this accurate, it would be listed on the bottle as 0.6%.

You won’t need to actually do this, but this explains why all you need to do to go from mg/mL to a percentage is divide by 10. Nicotine has a similar density to water, so it’s basically 1 g per mL, and this makes the math really easy.

Congratulations: You’ll never order the wrong e-juice again

If you aren’t too traumatized from the impromptu math, you can now confidently explain what mg/mL means, what the percentage values on e-liquids mean and convert between them easily. No matter where you’re ordering from, you’ll know exactly what you’re getting.

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Mixers Spotlight: The Wonderful World of the ID10-T


Mixers Spotlight: The Wonderful World of the ID10-T

ID10-T is a mixer that has grown to critical acclaim among many in the DIY community for his amazing complexity, stark contrast to traditional profiles, and wildly intriguing profiles. This spotlight will focus on the mixer, Dave Bellows, and chronicle his history of mixing from when he first started till today. Throughout the piece you’ll get a good understanding of the man behind the scale, and learn a little bit more about one of today’s best artists.

(DIYorDIE) When did you first start vaping and why?

(ID10-T) I started smoking at 15 and was up to at least a pack of Marlboro Reds a day at 16 (switched to Lights in college). Starting at 21, I tried to quit several times with patches and gums and cold turkey but always fell back into smoking. When my first son was born in 2010, I finally managed stop cigarettes long-term, but only by stitching to Snus, another nasty tobacco habit.

September 2014, about 21 years after I started smoking, I was spending a romantic weekend in a hotel with a woman who’d brought along a small pen-type e-cig someone had bought her, to use in the room. I’d never seen one up close before. She was still very new to it and still smoking cigarettes as well, but she shared it with me and I was grateful for the nicotine that I didn’t have to get dressed and leave the room for. I’d left the Snus at home because nobody wants to make out with that. In fact, I’d never told her about those and had told her that I’d quit smoking. Yet I was taking cigarettes from her when we left the room for dinner and such and we shared one when we said goodbye. She made me promise when she gave me cigarettes that it was only for that weekend, that I wasn’t going to start smoking again because of her. But of course I bought a pack on the way home. I hated that pack and especially hated how horribly urgent that need to buy another felt as soon as it was gone. But I didn’t buy another. I wanted to keep that promise, so I went out to a shop and bought one of those Vision Spinners, a Nautilus Mini, and some house juice, and never smoked again.

What got you into mixing?

Dragonfly E-Cig out of Dallas and that same woman again. She suggested I try some of their juices because she enjoyed them. They have a few storefronts and a website, and on that website something caught my eye: Design your own juice. Choose two or three flavors and they’ll mix them up for you. The mixes I “made” that way were way overpriced and frankly terrible, but it got me thinking, if they can do that, why can’t I?

When did you really start taking mixing seriously?

In the sense that I read everything there was to read on /r/DIY_ejuice before I shook up a single bottle, I’ve always taken mixing seriously. In another sense, I’ve never taken it too seriously (search ATF for Strap-On, for example).

And why?

If you’ll pardon the cliches: If something’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well. But also, Don’t take life too seriously, it’s not like you’re going to get out alive.

What were your biggest obstacles when you first started?

Using tanks pre-built coils exclusively and mixing by volume. My mixing would have evolved much faster if I’d bought an RDA and a scale sooner.

What was your first good recipe?

If You Like Piña Coladas

by ID10-T View Mix

This is among my proudest creations after working on it for more than a year. If you like pina coladas, you are in for a treat. Full notes for this are in the /r/DIY_eJuice’s June 2016 Monthly Recipe Thread.

New cover art by @mlNikon!

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Vendor

Flavor

5.5%

(INW)

Pineapple

2.5%

(FA)

Coco’ (coconut)

2%

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Cream Fresh

0.5%

(TPA)

Pineapple

0.8%

(CAP)

Golden Pineapple

0.8%

(TPA)

Coconut Candy

0.5%

(TPA)

Coconut

1%

(FA)

Jamaica Special (jamaica Rhum)

Recipe hosted at All The Flavors

When did you realize you were getting good at mixing?

When someone told me, “This is my ADV. This is better than any juice I’ve ever bought.”

What flavor profiles did you tend to focus on?

Tropical fruits, especially mango, pineapple, and coconut.

What recipe have you made that was your first ADV?

Simple Sugar Cookie

It’s actually an unfinished recipe, shared to provide an example of how easy it is to make pretty decent juice and to encourage others’ creativity by telling them to add something to it and make it their own (because it is so accepting of other flavors). But it was also the first thing I made that I could really vape all day (except in the summer in Texas) and especially all night.

Do you have any tips for those looking to get into more advanced mixing?

Single-flavor test all of your flavors. I cannot possibly stress that enough. Better yet, single-flavor test them at different %’s and at different steep times and really get to know them intimately.

What are your top five must-have flavorings?

FLV Mango, CAP Sugar Cookie, CAP Vanilla Custard, TFA VBIC… I can’t do five. The fifth spot is like an eight-way tie.

What are your top three worst flavorings?

FA Pineapple, FW Cookie Butter, and of course, TFA Honey.

If you could choose one flavor house, which would it be and why?

If I could only choose one? That’s a tough one, but I’d go with TFA, for the versatility, selection, and accessibility.

What is your “white whale?”

Two profiles, both thanks to Trader Joe’s: Cookie Butter and their Mango! Mango! Gummies.

What are you currently working on mixing?

I’ve stretched myself so thin right now. I’m supposed to be working on three different two-person collaborations with other mixers and two different group projects, but I’m lagging behind on all five, and feeling bad about not pulling my weight. I’m making things for /r/MixersClub every month. I’m trying to clone Titan by Blue Dot. I’m probably going to work on their Milk of the Poppy next. Someone has offered to pay me to copy the Vapor Hut’s Mossy Oak and I’m trying to decide if I even have what it takes to take that on. There are the aforementioned white whales. I really want to get started on a pineapple-basil ice cream profile, if such a thing is even possible. I want to do something simple with my Kentucky Bourbon/Toasted Marshmallow pairing that’s even better than Coop’s Kiwi Bourbon, if such a thing is even possible. I feel like owe the whole community more FLV Mango and TFA Honeysuckle recipes now, after preaching the gospel of that mango and all the attention on Longing and people who bought honeysuckle to try it. I’ve got to make some more cookie recipes to make ConcreteRiver sorry he said FA Cookie is a better cookie than CAP Sugar Cookie. I’ve got a list of others’ recipes I’ve promised to critique and I will keep those promises, eventually. I’m ridiculously far behind on my single-flavor testing. Even if I had time to mix all this stuff (I don’t), I only have one face hole to inhale it into. Help, I’m drowning.

What is your favorite recipe?

Of my own or someone else’s? Longing might be my “best” recipe, but personally, I love the taste of my Mango Colada more than any of my others.

Mango Colada

by ID10-T View Mix

Coconut cream, pineapple juice, rum, and fresh ripe mango chunks, blended until smooth. Full Notes in /r/DIY_eJuice’s September 2016 Monthly Recipe Thread.

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Flavor

4%

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Mango

1%

(FA)

Jamaica Special (jamaica Rhum)

2%

(INW)

Pineapple

1.5%

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Coco’ (coconut)

1%

(CAP)

Sweet Mango

0.75%

(CAP)

Golden Pineapple

0.75%

(TPA)

Coconut Candy

1%

(FLV)

Cream

Recipe hosted at All The Flavors

As far as others’ recipes? There’s a special place in my heart for Grack Juice by Philosaphucker and Coop’s Kiwi Bourbon, as well as a few others, but by “favorite” recipe by someone else will probably always be Manson’s Strawberry Shortcake Bar.

Strawberry Shortcake Bar

by NotCharlesManson View Mix

Strawberry and vanilla ice cream, coated with shortcake crumbles.

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Flavor

6%

(TPA)

Strawberry (ripe)

1.5%

(TPA)

Strawberry

3%

(TPA)

Bavarian Cream

2%

(CAP)

Sugar Cookie

2%

(TPA)

Vanilla Swirl

1%

(INW)

Biscuit

1.5%

(TPA)

Cheesecake (graham Crust)

1.5%

(FW)

Cake (yellow)

Recipe hosted at All The Flavors

If you’ve ever had one of those strawberry shortcake bars as an adult, they’re really not all that good. Certainly not as tasty as you remember them from when you were a fat kid chasing after the ice cream truck. But it’s my favorite not for the flavor itself, but because it was inspirational and in a way, transformational to me. I tried it early in my mixing journey and its accuracy to the profile opened my eyes to what was possible in terms of representational mixing and set the bar for it. If I’m not just plain trying to make great-tasting juice, and I’m not delving into more abstract mixing or one of many other creative challenges this craft offers, if I’m really every bit as intent on making e-juice taste just like something I’ve eaten or imbibed as a painter working on a photo-realistic painting, then I must ask myself, “Does this taste as much like my source material as Manson’s Strawberry Shortcake Bar tastes like a strawberry shortcake bar?”

What’s Your Best Recipe?

To quote AB Dada: BEST.

But to attempt to answer the question

Longing

by ID10-T View Mix

Honeysuckle Ice Cream based on this recipe: http://theviewfromgreatisland.com/honeysuckle-ice-cream/

TLDR for that link: pick fresh honeysuckle blossoms and steep them overnight in milk, heavy cream, and sugar. Strain out the flowers, add real vanilla bean, and run the mix through an ice cream machine.

TFA Honeysuckle infuses the cream flavors with a delicate floral perfume. It’s carefully balanced at 3% to work as a shake-and-vape recipe here. Any higher would be overdoing it – we want the just the sillage of this summery fragrance, nature’s magnet for birds and bees, left behind after steeping in the ice cream base. Failing to strain out the flowers themselves would spoil this elegant dessert.

INW Shisha Vanilla brings a sweet, creamy vanilla, very reminiscent of a homemade, non-custard vanilla ice cream. This could almost be a two-ingredient recipe with just these two flavors, but some additional creams pick up where Shisha Vanilla leaves off.

TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream is a tricky but essential addition. It’s tricky because it has something we don’t want, those custard notes, as this is an egg-free, AKA Philadelphia-style or American-style ice cream. Used low enough with these other ingredients, eggs can be avoided while still providing what we do want – that dense body and luxurious mouthfeel of churned heavy cream. that Shisha Vanilla doesn’t have enough of, and a more robust, truly vanilla bean flavor as opposed to Shisha Vanilla’s flavor that sits somewhere between extract and bean.

FLV Cream adds more neutral creamy body to the mix and binds and blends the honeysuckle, vanilla, and creams together. It enhances the heavy milk taste of Cream Fresh as well, but alone, it lacks enough dairy flavor to complete the milk and cream mix used to make this ice cream.

FA Cream Fresh brings the milk, but too much of it seems to react poorly to Honeysuckle in souring way, as if the ice cream had been made with milk that was a day or two past its sell-by date. To complete this ode to longing, Cream Fresh and FLV Cream need each other.

And why “Longing?” Because I miss someone who isn’t mine to miss, dream about someone who isn’t mine to dream about, and love someone who is no longer mine to love. Moving on with anyone else is hard when they kiss me and I’m afraid all they taste is her name on my lips. Of all the sensual pleasures we once shared, it is her unique flavor I still thirst for most of all. The closest thing I’ve found to the taste of her body at the height of her bliss, her amrita, is Honeysuckle Ice Cream.

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Vendor

Flavor

3%

(TPA)

Honeysuckle (pg)

1.5%

(TPA)

Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

1%

(FLV)

Cream

1%

(INW)

Shisha Vanilla

1%

(FA)

Cream Fresh

Recipe hosted at All The Flavors

Not just because of the cash and prizes. I made Longing about more than making a surprising and delicious recipe in a short time frame. I tried to take my mixing to another level entirely, to really showcase it as an art form. I tried to take my own emotion, my broken yearning tortured heart and unquenched desire, put it into a bottle, and cause others to experience it. Whatever degree I succeeded in that, even if only a tiny degree, makes this my best recipe.

Conclusion

And there you have it. The work of Dave Bellows, aka ID10-T, laid out before you with his start into mixing all the way to his present day best mix. Watching Bellows grow from being a small figure head in the community moderating the polarizing /r/DIY_Ejuice, into one of the most exciting and critically acclaimed mixers of today has been a treat. Seeing the progression and watching the style of the artist come together before our eyes, in a medium that is still brand new to the world, was nothing short of entertaining. Also, watching his performance in the DIYorDIE World Championship against other top mixers was stunning. I can’t wait to see the work of Bellows in two or three years, to see how far he pushes the envelope. And I wish him nothing but the most success.

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