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We offer several nicotine strengths to cater to smokers from all walks of life. Some folks have a friendly relationship with nicotine, while others want to phase away from it entirely. A lot of vapers cut back on nicotine because it has an effect on the flavor of the vapor.
24 mg/mL – Recommended for heavy smokers or people who used to chew tobacco. Not advised for sub-ohm vapers and powerful mods.
18 mg/mL – Recommended for mid to heavy smokers. A great level for phasing off cigarette-level nicotine.
12 mg/mL – Good middle ground for moderate and heavy smokers who may be looking to eventually taper down their nicotine strength. Still might be a bit harsh for sub-ohm vapers.
6 mg/mL – Recommended for light to moderate smokers and people using a sub-ohm device.
3 mg/mL – Recommended for those who “socially smoke” or are using a sub-ohm device.
0 mg/mL – For anyone who appreciates pure flavor with no nicotine.
Vaping has helped us and countless others stop smoking. There is no guarantee it will work for you, though 2.3million users and rising in the US alone can’t be wrong! You can of course use tobacco alongside e-cigarettes, there are no rules. But we tend to find that if you are still craving tobacco, either the e-liquid you are using has too low a nicotine percentage for you, the device you are using is inferior, or the juice brand you were vaping at the time is inferior.
We should point out that a U.K. governing body, PHE (Public Health England) released a report in 2015 that stating that vaping is 95% less harmful than smoking.
It’s the thousands of toxins in tobacco smoke are the main health hazard connected to smoking. Nicotine itself may have some very positive potential. The nicotine molecule has roughly the same shape and size as a vital neurotransmitter known as acetylcholine. As a result, the nicotine basically behaves like a neurotransmitter and can activate the release of additional neurotransmitters, such as the very popular and useful dopamine, and hormones. It can also stimulate the brains pleasure centers. This is why your brain likes nicotine so much.
Nicotine can help with concentration and memory. The American Academy of Neurology recently published a nicotine health study that shows huge potential for using nicotine to treat neurological disorders. Vanderbilt University’s School of Cognitive Medicine has found that nicotine may actually slow the disease process of Alzheimer’s. The same studies also indicated the possibilities for nicotine to protect people against Parkinson’s disease.
Nicotine is a stimulant, much like caffeine. Nicotine can kick-start your adrenal glands and give you a bit of adrenaline. It can also cause a short-term increase in heart rate and blood pressure, but only temporarily; same as your coffee.
Nicotine’s bad reputation comes courtesy of smoking. The two go hand in hand in the minds of most people. The fact is, smoking generates 7,000 chemicals through the process of combustion, combined with all the horrible tobacco additives that cigarette companies add to tobacco to make it burn faster and accelerate nicotine absorption. Smoking causes the harm, not nicotine.