Category: Safe Vaping
If you're concerned about health and safe vaping, check out these helpful, informative articles that will answer your questions.
You may have read an article reporting that e-cigarettes and e-liquids contain formaldehyde. Those of you who are wary of fake-news may be wondering if it’s true or whether it only applies to some, and not all vapor products. Here are the answers to your vaping questions and concerns.
Whether you’re smoking or vaping, nicotine does affect the body; but what’s a safe level? Can you get sick or even get nicotine poisoning? What are the first symptoms? This article will give you the answers.
Here’s how to avoid unscrupulous e-cigarette and vaporizer mod retailers, who may sell you a Clone or a Knockoff without your knowledge.
You’re probably reading this article because you’ve read a story about an e-cigarette that exploded in a guy’s face…or in his pants. You’re also probably wondering what kind of e-cig it was since it must have been one of those that came with a faulty battery. What are the chances your ecigarette or vape Mod will explode?
Wondering why some e-cigarette batteries have exploded? There are many reasons, but here’s where to find ecigs with built-in safety features.
Sub-ohm Vaping is popular but is it dangerous? Is it safe? Do benefits outweigh the problems? Here’s what it is all about – the risks, merits & safety tips.
Virgin Vapor, VaporFi, Halo Cigs, Firebrand & Mt. Baker Vapor E-Liquids prepare for FDA regulations with guaranteed Diacetyl, Acetoin and Acetyl Propionyl free formulas.
If you smoke and are considering switching to electronic cigarettes you may be wondering if they’re even worth a try. This article will answer those questions.
60 Million Consumers Magazine has released the names of 10 E-Cigarette companies cited as being potentially carcinogenic. Check out the list here.
Green Smoke has been around a long time – since 2008; however the company is now part of tobacco giant, Altria. Everyone wants to know whether e-cigarettes are safe to use. Are there dangerous chemicals in e-cigarettes? Is this battery going to explode in my face? Here’s my review of GreenSmoke.