Saturday, April 14, 2018

Vaping Watch Spring Sale

Vaping Watch Spring Sale
10% off Everything!

TMaxx's No Frills Mls - now only $5.40/30ml or $10.79/120ml
Vaping Watch - now only $10.79/30ml
Mad Murdock's - now only $18/30ml

Sale starts: Friday, April 13th @ 12:01am Est
Sale ends: Friday, April 20th @ 11:59pm Est

Free shipping on orders over $75
International shipping available.

My Personal TMaxx's No Frills Mls Favorites

Pear Cake
Strawberries and Cream
Blueberry Cake
Strawberry Doughnut
Dragon CranApple
Strawberry Custard
Maple Glazed Doughnut
Lemon Creme Filled Doughnut
Strawberry Taffy
Strawberry Banana
Pistachio Ice Cream
Vanilla Bourbon Custard
Homemade Apple Pie (Boosted)

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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Why Are Mod Designs So Masculine and Futuristic?

I don't often make a post of a personal nature... but I've been noticing this issue for quite some time now and decided to post it up here for all to see.

Why are mod designs so masculine and futuristic?  No offense to the gents out there, I'm sure y'all love the designs.  But, where are the prettier, fancier, blingier (is that a word?) mods for the ladies????

I love getting new mods, but I am sick to death of them all being these unattractive, boxy, futuristic, robotic, techno designs.  Not to mention the same 6 bold colors... silver, black, grey, blue, red, and green.  Once in a while they'll throw a purple into the mix.  Well, really it's fuscia, but China calls it purple.

The current market designs weigh very heavily to the masculine side... probably 90% masculine and only 10% more feminine designs.  Has the industry forgotten that WOMEN VAPE TOO?  That some of us lady vapers might like a more feminine, fancier mod?  Why not some softer shapes, fancy laser etching, a few blingy stones, some glittery paint, or some pastel colors?  What lady wants to go to a fancy special event, wedding, or out on a date with something that looks like it came out of a 22nd century spaceship in her hand?!?  I sure as heck don't!

So there ya have it... that's how I feel... I hope I'm not alone in feeling this way.  Hopefully some of the mod manufacturers like Kangertech, Innokin, eLeaf, Aspire, or Smok will get it together and make something a little more special for us lady vapers.

#womenvapetoo #ladyvapers #kangertech #innokin #eleaf #aspire #smok #vaping #vape #ecig #ecigs #vapelife #vapecommunity #ecig #vapefamily #vapelove #vapeshop #vapeon

Monday, February 19, 2018

American Cancer Society Releases Position Statement on E-Cigs

The American Cancer Society just released the below position statement on e-cigs. This is a HUGE step forward in our fight to prove how much less harmful Vaping is than smoking! 
You can view the original statement HERE.


"American Cancer Society Position Statement on Electronic Cigarettes
The American Cancer Society Board of Directors approved the following position statement on electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) in February 2018. The position statement will be used to guide ACS’s tobacco control and cessation efforts as it relates to these products.

ACS Position Statement on Electronic Cigarettes
Combustible tobacco products, primarily cigarettes, are the single greatest cause of cancer and kill about 7 million people worldwide each year.  In the United States, 98% of all tobacco-related deaths are caused by cigarette smoking.  The U.S. tobacco landscape has changed rapidly in recent years, with millions of consumers now using electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), the most prominent of which are electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes).  E-cigarettes contain heated nicotine extracted from tobacco, as well as a variety of flavorings and other additives.

Scientific Summary: Based on currently available evidence, using current generation e-cigarettes is less harmful than smoking cigarettes, but the health effects of long-term use are not known.  The American Cancer Society (the ACS) recognizes our responsibility to closely monitor and synthesize scientific knowledge about the effects of all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes and any new products derived from tobacco.  As new evidence emerges, the ACS will promptly report these findings to policy makers, the public and clinicians.  

Clinical Recommendations: The ACS has always supported any smoker who is considering quitting, no matter what approach they use; there is nothing more important that they can do for their health.  To help smokers quit, the ACS recommends that clinicians advise their patients to use FDA-approved cessation aids that have been proven to support successful quit attempts. Many smokers choose to quit smoking without the assistance of a clinician and some opt to use e-cigarettes to accomplish this goal. The ACS recommends that clinicians support all attempts to quit the use of combustible tobacco and work with smokers to eventually stop using any tobacco product, including e-cigarettes.  Some smokers, despite firm clinician advice, will not attempt to quit smoking cigarettes and will not use FDA approved cessation mediations.  These individuals should be encouraged to switch to the least harmful form of tobacco product possible; switching to the exclusive use of e-cigarettes is preferable to continuing to smoke combustible products.  Of course, these individuals should be regularly advised to completely quit using all tobacco products.  The ACS strongly discourages the concurrent (or “dual”) use of e-cigarettes and combustible cigarettes, a behavior that is far more detrimental to a person’s health compared to the substantial health benefit of quitting smoking.

Policy Recommendations: The American Cancer Society recommends implementing polices and public health measures known to prevent the initiation and use of all tobacco products, including appropriate taxation, retail policies (e.g., raising the minimum age of purchase to 21), tobacco and e-cigarette aerosol-free policies and funding of evidence-based prevention and cessation programs.  The ACS strongly recommends that every effort be made to prevent the initiation of e-cigarettes by youth.  The use of products containing nicotine in any form among youth is unsafe and can harm brain development. Furthermore, evidence indicates that young e-cigarette users are at increased risk for both starting to smoke and becoming long-term users of combustible tobacco products.

The ACS encourages the FDA to regulate all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, to the full extent of its authority, and to determine the absolute and relative harms of each product.  The FDA should assess whether e-cigarettes help to reduce tobacco-related morbidity and mortality, and the impact of marketing of e-cigarettes on consumer perceptions and behavior.  Any related regulatory regime should include post-marketing surveillance to monitor the long-term effects of these products and ensure the FDA’s actions have the intended health outcome of significantly reducing disease and death.  Furthermore, the FDA should use its authorities to reduce the toxicity, addictiveness and appeal of tobacco products currently on the market.  The ACS also applauds the FDA for recognizing its significant role as a science-based agency in helping to address the addictiveness of nicotine in cigarettes.  Reducing nicotine in all combustible tobacco products to below addictive levels holds the potential to significantly accelerate reductions in the use of combustible tobacco products, which remain by far the leading preventable cause of cancer and preventable death in the United States."


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