Frequently Asked Questions
Vaping is the use of a vaping device (sometimes referred to as an E-Cigarette, mod or vape). There are many vaping devices, but “vaping” is the industry term that ties them all together.
All vaping devices work in the same fundamental way. A standard vaping device has a battery that powers an internal heating element (or “coil”) that then turns a liquid solution known as “vape juice” into an aerosol that is inhaled by the user. Various vaping devices apply this same basic principle in a variety of creative ways.
Vaping can aid in smoking cessation, and provides you with all of the sensations, rituals and nicotine that smoking provides. However, vaping is not smoking. In fact, many studies have shown that users find vaping more enjoyable and satisfying than smoking ever was!
If you're an adult smoker trying to quit, then the answer is yes! However, non-smokers should not take up nicotine in any form. The addictiveness of nicotine does have the potential of causing dependence. Luckily there are vape juices available both with and without nicotine!
The answer to this question depends on your preferences and experience with vaping. If you are a smoker looking to transition to vaping we recommend a smaller, less expensive starter kit such as a pod device or a traditional vape pen. If you are a more experienced user wanting large amounts of vapor and the best flavor possible then we recommend a larger, variable wattage device (sometimes referred to as “mods” or “box mods”).
Yes, absolutely. However, the amount of money you may save depends on several factors such as:
- How many cigarettes you smoke per day
- The cost of cigarettes where you live
- The amount you spend on your vaping device
- The frequency in which you use your vaping device
With a decent vaping device you should be able to save considerable amounts of money compared to the cost of traditional tobacco products.
Of the multiple independent studies performed around the world by various research facilities and universities, nearly all have shown that vaping has the potential of being significantly safer than the use of traditional tobacco products. Unfortunately the United States Food and Drug Administration has yet to complete a conclusive study. We recommend performing your own research in order to draw your own conclusion to this very controversial issue.