Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Transitioning from Smoking to Vaping

How can I kick the habit of smoking with vaping? We're so glad you asked! Vaping makes it easier to quit than other smoking cessation tools because you still have something going from hand to mouth and the vapor gives the illusion of smoking while not inhaling the 7,000 chemical found in a traditional cigarette. Adjusting nicotine levels to what you need to fight the initial craving then lowering in increments is a huge help. We do not recommend sub ohm tanks to new vapers. Mouth to lung (often shortened to MTL) gives a tighter draw mimicking the smoking habit you want to kick and in our opinion, it will help you transition easier.

We also believe that when you begin vaping, using a mod that plugs in is easier than learning battery safety. If you decide to go with a mod that has a battery please take time to educate yourself on how to properly use those http://casaa.org/news/battery-safety-announce/ . Our objective is to help you stop smoking, not to have the biggest clouds.

Making the transition to vaping requires convincing your mind that you're getting what you need from vaping and not that nasty cigarette. For the majority of long time smokers it's not just the addiction that keeps them smoking, but the habit. Sticking with vaping every time you crave a cigarette for those first few weeks is crucial to your success. Start out with a nicotine level comparable with what you were smoking. If you were a two pack a day red smoker than you may need a nicotine level of 18 to begin (don't worry you'll be able to take that down). A pack a day smoker might be able to start at a level of 12. And a light smoker could begin at 6. We suggest small sample bottles of e-liquid to begin with for this reason. Sometimes you need different nicotine levels in the beginning to get you over the hump. Finding e-liquid companies that offer 18 nic is getting harder each day with most companies moving to sub ohm tank juices. We'll list some below that haven't forgotten about the new vaper.

The difference between sub ohm and mouth to lung is a little confusing to people that aren't already vaping. To break it down, sub ohm means direct lung. You're pulling the vapor directly into your lungs when you vape. Mouth to lung means that you pull it into your mouth and then inhale. This is why we feel that it's easier to transition for a smoker when using mouth to lung, because that's how you smoked. While you can vape with a mouth to lung (MTL) tank with higher nicotine, doing so with a sub ohm tank is not recommended. Now that we've overloaded your brain, let's get down to the equipment. These are our suggestions for a great start up kit.

MTL (Mouth to lung tanks)

Aspire Nautilus http://www.aspirecig.com/aspire-tanks/nautilus/ there are four tanks included here and all of them were meant for the beginning vaper. There are other MTL tanks out there but I personally think the Nautilus mini is the absolute best tank for beginning vapers!

Mod (internal battery plug in)

Eleaf iStick 40w "iStick TC40W, an innovation of iStick series battery, adopts newly introduced technical element of temperature control. It will bring out a unique vaping experience without any dry hit by adjusting temperature setting. Despite the small size, it can reach 40W with large 2600mAh power capacity. Moreover, all stainless steel threads and elastic spring connector endow it with strong wear resistance. With temperature control function, less power and e-liquid consumption will also be a plus."

Ejuice with Higher Nicotine for beginners

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