Konfusia wrote:I quit smoking yesterday and am still on my first e-cig (a "Cig 2-O" that I got at the local tobacco shop...came with three 18 ml filters, two pieces/screws together). Anyhoo...I'm wondering how I will know when I need a new filter...will it just keep letting puff but not taste like anything?
Also, what about the white part of the e-cig (where the battery and light are contained) do I ever need to replace that?
Also, I'm not sure how often anyone else uses theirs but...it seems I can go for one or two hours no problems but then find myself sucking on this thing almost constantly for 15 minutes.... I was a two pack a day smoker so I know nothing can be worse than that but, will puffing on e-cig too often hurt me just as much?
Thank you in advance and I'm really sorry if my questions are kind of absurd...I feel like such a dumbass for asking
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greenlover wrote:Didn't it come with directions??? I'm sure at the ECF Forum theirs instrutctions on how you're new delivery system operates.
greenlover wrote:Well thats pretty stupid-no wonder people aren't switching over they haven't a clue how to vape their troubles away with your wonder product
Evelyn wrote:Thulium wrote:greenlover wrote:Didn't it come with directions??? I'm sure at the ECF Forum theirs instrutctions on how you're new delivery system operates.
No, as some people are fond of pointing out, like quitting cold turkey or chewing on toothpicks or jellybeans e-cigarettes have not been approved by the FDA as a nicotine cessation product (because e-cigs were invented to be a reduced harm recreational alternative, not a medical device) so they do not come with instructions on how to use them to quit smoking and/or nicotine....that doesn't mean that we can't support people who want to use e-cigarettes to quit smoking by offering support and advice.
I mean really....Jokers! Junkies making excuses for their drug........and this is allowed on a quit smoking bb....I mean really...what has the world of greed come too?????????????????
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greenlover wrote::twisted: For sure thats my big game plan hoping if I say all sorts of crap about e cigs that some poor person looking for an OUT & sees the E cig as a way around quitting will thank me for convincing them that quitting is better then vaping-you so don't get it.
Plus if you product is such a "godsend" then why aren't every poor smoker I see when asked why don't they vape instead of smoking just look at me like why switch delivery systems
-I guess they figure its easier to remain a smoker to switch to that healthier form of smoking or so you say using e cigs.
Why not run big ads to promote your choice
-to me preaching about e cigs on a quit smoking site is pretty stupid-why ask people who have found freedom return to a lifestealing habit-seems kinda stupid to me.
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