Peaceful vaping

Zen vape

 

 

 

 

 

The biggest obstacle there is (and arguably the only one there is) to more people not jumping on the e-cig bandwagon, is simply not knowing enough.  Some people get their information from untrustworthy sources, while others simply are not convinced that it is safe.

Those of us that are on the bandwagon, however…well…we have our own story to tell.

I can’t tell you how many times I have had a smoker try my e-cig, and they immediately cough.  So, I tell them to pull more slowly.  They get a hair more vapor, but then they still cough.  I have been wondering for some time now why this is the case, as it is very unfortunate.  As it turns out, Indoor Smokers has been noticing the same thing, and the main man of the company has a video posted on YouTube about this occurrence.  Not only that, but much more gets brought into the conversation that is both good to know, and very good to think about.  You can watch that video here.

Recently, I have noticed a change within my own vaping.  My pulls have been becoming, gradually, more and more intense.  Not on my throat, and not in my lungs, but just in general.  It became, for lack of a better word, uncomfortable.  Meanwhile, I have still been craving the nicotine.

So, I thought about the 50/50 mix that I have been using.  I began to think…why don’t I just, once and for all, give this maximum vg thing a try?

Man, I have to tell you, it is a whole new vaping experience.  I am now getting the more smooth, clean pull that I have been looking for lately, which is a new thing for me.  In the past, I have always wanted the chunkiness of the PG, but, it seems as I vape more, I have been wanting more of a fluidity to the way my pulls feel.  I now have the best of both worlds.  The right amount of nicotine, and the feeling of fluid milky-ness…all while still being able to fill my lungs.

I highly suggest watching the video, as it will help so many vapors and “would be” vapors to find their proper path to their very own, personal vaping experience.

I hope that both the video, and my own experience with vaping will make it to many, many people.

We are all on our own path, and we all have our own story to tell.  It is up to all of us to share what we know with each other, for that is the birth of wisdom.

Please leave a comment if you have something to share.

We love the input from our fellow travelers.

It is, unfortunately, time for me to go.

Until next time…all of the best of luck on your journey.

 

Keep on vapin’ on.

 

 

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