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This is a discussion on why vape and not smoke? within the Trends Forum forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; Healthy or not, I find myself cringing at both....

  1. #11

    Healthy or not, I find myself cringing at both.
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  2. #12

    The difference: vapor is just fine liquid particulate, like steam. Smoke is combusted material.

    As for why people do one and not the other, vaping is generally accepted to be inherently safer (combustion products are often inherently cancerous etc), you have greater control over the chemicals you imbibe (good quality flavour mixes often only have flavouring, and two other main ingredients which are well known and studied, and found to be safe), there's more customisability e.g. flavours, vape fluid viscosity, nicotine concentration, form factors, heating elements, batteries etc, and it's generally more publicly acceptable.

  3. #13

    Helped me quit smoking after everything else failed.

    It's not smoking. It's inhaling vapor. Vapor is made of substances that have been deemed to be safe.
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  4. #14

    well vape is safer, ain't it?

  5. #15

    Vaping is a good alternative to smoking but I believe that inhaling any sort of chemicals can't be great for your lungs.
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  6. #16

    Quote Originally Posted by bbrackman View Post
    Vaping is a good alternative to smoking but I believe that inhaling any sort of chemicals can't be great for your lungs.
    Not all chemikills are equally dangerous/harmful. The poison is in the dose. Not the substance itself.

  7. #17

    Quote Originally Posted by marianna7 View Post
    well vape is safer, ain't it?
    By a long shot, whether for first or second hand smoke/vape. This doesn't mean that vaping is healthy or neutral to health. It too contains toxins whether from the juice or the heating process.
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  8. #18

    I wanted to vape, but that shit hella expensive, i mean i can afford, but i dont want to spend that much money on such thing
    but to my observation:
    1. More cloud
    2. Different flavours: fruit and shit
    3. Make less of a mess than cigs
    4. More healthy, i guess

  9. #19

    Quote Originally Posted by doraemon View Post
    I wanted to vape, but that shit hella expensive, i mean i can afford, but i dont want to spend that much money on such thing
    but to my observation:
    1. More cloud
    2. Different flavours: fruit and shit
    3. Make less of a mess than cigs
    4. More healthy, i guess
    It's not that expensive. There's V2 e-cigarettes that sells the most basic starter kit for around 40 bucks. There is an initial starter cost yeah, but over time the variables kick in and it decreases significantly.

    I buy e-juice from a shop that's also 20 bucks for a bottle which lasts me about 4 months. I replace the tanks every 2 months. So all in all, it's less than a 100 bucks a year on vaping for me. It's probably because I don't experiment with different flavors and since I'm an ex-smoker, I can vape the same flavor all the time - as long as I'm getting just enough nicotine in my system to keep the strongest cravings away (which have now dissipated to almost nothing anyways).

    I don't vape as a trend. I find those who do to be annoying. For me, this is just a cessation strategy and a relatively healthier alternative so at most I'm vaping less than 1 full tank a day.

  10. #20

    Smoking is cooler. Nuff said.

    Also, eating meat/dairy is arguably an equal risk factor for your health, but no one whines about that.
    Last edited by Zidane; 06-28-2018 at 10:44 AM.


     
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