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Discussion in 'Tobacco Harm Reduction' started by dowsett, Aug 12, 2016.
That's a very good and comprehensive list of links that I'll probably make use of in the future.
Got bored reading after a few as most are from 2014 when everything was new and no research had been done.
second hand vaping certainly works out cheaper
I'd be interested to see this whole study doc.
IMO it`s better to have a decent MTL vape in that case. In winter i try to use only somewhat MTL (aspire Triton, classic) with 50/50 VG and PG ratio. Works flawlessly, much less clouds and i don`t need to wait that VG to freeze off
Kudos for the mention of the health benefits of nicotine. I think a lot of us are aware of this, but it rarely gets a mention.
As for the OP's actual question...
People can have allergic reactions and other sensitivitivie to various e-juice ingredients, same us with other "harmless" substances that we eat such as nuts , berries etc. So none of this research etc rules out the possibility that particular juice contained something that was bad for you and your daughter.
Personally, I find that PG in the vape sets off my asthma, and that vaping certain spices gives me mouth ulcers.
Vape is considered very safe that's why i think that it is surely a coincidence.
i am just some weirdo who still vape outside of my flat. so i basically avoid to vape around people:-))))
Tbh, I just try not to annoy people with it, if someone notices I’m vaping and goes out of their way position themselves close to me such as in an empty area with maybe 2-3 other people and they complain that just annoys me, I’ll always try to position myself away from people when vaping if possible because I’m never sure how others are going to react to it, however there was one occasion where someone came into the vape shop and complained about me vaping, so that was a bit ridiculous