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The Rigidity in our Thinking: an Epidemic?

As is so often the case, society’s governing bodies are painfully slow to change. Especially, when that change seeks to disrupt a long-standing tradition of cigarette smoking and massive quarterly earnings. The World Health Organization estimates that there are more than 7 million deaths from smoking and other tobacco use annually, worldwide. More than 6 million of those deaths are the direct result of tobacco use.

The tobacco epidemic is one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced. No product, no activity, has been more ingrained into the fabric of life than tobacco cigarettes and smoking. 20 percent of the world’s population smokes 5.7 trillion cigarettes a year.

And yet, in the face of this alarming data, it is the “e-cigarette” that has been categorized as “an epidemic.”

What qualifies as an epidemic?

Oxford defines an epidemic as a sudden, widespread occurrence of a particular undesirable phenomenon.

The World Health Organization defines a pandemic as:

“an epidemic occurring worldwide, or over a very wide area, crossing international boundaries and usually affecting a large number of people.”

A public health emergency is usually what follows a confirmed epidemic. And yet, it appears that there is more condemnation of “e-cigarettes” than advocacy.

Look around.

Have you ever dropped everything and surveyed the world around you? A lot has changed.

Thirty years ago, the cigarette was much more of a symbol than it is now. Smoking was permitted on domestic flights, in cars where minors were present, and even on TV. The very first regular prime-time television news program was said to have been sponsored by Camel cigarettes.

Now, in today’s society, you’d be hard pressed to find people smoking in public areas, stinking up the shared air. It is this way because of the scientific information concerning the very real dangers associated with cigarette use. But even though smokers are no longer permitted to spark up in many public areas, they are still smoking. Which is a problem.

Health organization say E-cigarettes are a better option.

A recent study published in the Journal of Tobacco Control estimates that 6.6 million smokers could avoid premature death if 10 percent of the smoking population quits each of the next ten years.

The American Cancer Society and Public Health England have released statements advocating e-cigarettes as a method to quitting smoking:

Individuals 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.”

What are we talking about?

We are having the wrong conversation because we refuse to engage in the right one. Instead, lobbyist and other agenda-driven bodies continue to disproportionately question and then vilify a product as an “epidemic”, when in reality, it has the potential to end one.

As Dr. Sanjay Gupta said in a recent CNN exclusive, “Every time we have something that has potential harm, how do you make sure you’re emphasizing enough of the harm, without completely erasing the benefit.”

The answer is quite simple — you state the facts and state them lucidly.

Especially relevant: last week’s Truth Tuesday

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More Bavarian Cream Please

“More Bavarian Cream, please,” cried the royal Wittelsbach family during the 17th and 18th century. The history of the classic custard dessert is a bit thick and creamy. Long before Mt Baker Vapor concocted the delicious Bavarian Cream e-juice, French chefs were said to have worked at the House of Wittelsbach, a German family that ruled Bavaria for over a hundred years.

Bavarian Cream, French or German? Which one is it?

Bavarian Cream is a French dessert. Or is it a German dessert? Although we are unable to step foot inside the test kitchens of the past, researchers purport that Bavarian Cream was first a French dish called Bavarois. Some say French chefs mastered the dish while employed at the House of Wittelsbach. Others claim that Bavarian Cream was invented in Switzerland, or possibly Germany. Nevertheless, illustrious French chef Marie-Antoine Careme, having added the dessert to her repertoire back in the late 1800s, has since been credited with first creating the classic dessert.

What is Bavarian Cream?

Bavarian Cream is a rich, classic dessert consisting of milk thickened with eggs, gelatin, and whipped cream. The mixture is blended together and designed to be served cold.

What is Bavarian Cream E-Juice?

Bavarian Cream E-Juice is a classic German dessert made modern. Some say Bavarian Cream is the “BMW” of vape juices. Rich. Creamy. Lathered with vanilla. The ultimate sensation in your mouth? We sure think so.

What are vapers saying?

Angelia T. gives this juice 5-stars

“I love Bavarian Cream e juice!! It has a very nice sweet cream flavor. One of the best to mix with other flavors or just by itself. I ordered with one extra flavor shot. I would recommend this flavor to anyone looking for a slightly sweet vanilla creamy flavor. MVB is the best!”

VaporChaser gives this juice 5-stars

“Great Flavor, excellent Mixer. Another great flavor from MBV. One of the best mixing juices on the market IMO. With a week of steeping the flavors come alive and tastes great all by itself. Slightly sweet with a creamy exhale. Light throat hit. Ordering again – 20/80 PG VG. With 4 flavor shots it’s excellent straight from the mailbox!”

Dawn Hopkins gives this juice 5-stars

“Oh My Gawsh. It is very hard for me to taste flavors. I am doing everything I can, but I’m just “one of those people ” as my nephew said. This E-Liquid has been one that I can taste and it is delicious! Highly recommend and of course my ADV. Please restock 0mg!”

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VooPoo Drag 157W TC Box Mod

It’s uncommon, extraordinary even, for a product to live up to the level of hype the VooPoo Drag 157W TC Box Mod has received. But then again, the VooPoo Drag 157W TC is not your run-of-the-mill box mod. Here’s why:

Is the VooPoo Drag 157W TC Box Mod worth the cash?

There are many questions circulating amid the hype associated with the VooPoo Drag 157W TC Box Mod. Questions like, is it powerful? What’s the flavor production like? What’s this GENE Chip technology I keep hearing about? Is this thing even worth the cash?

All I can say is, if I didn’t work for an e-cigarette company where “free” product testing is a habitual activity, then I’d drop the necessary cash for one of these VooPoo Drag box mods.

What is the VooPoo Drag 157W TC Box Mod all about?

The VooPoo Drag is all about high-performance and design.

Inside the box (which standing alone is of high-quality), you will find the VooPoo Drag 157W TC box mod neatly fitted in a Styrofoam coffin. But don’t worry, the beautifully-designed device is not dead, but very much alive with carbon fiber inlays, premium aesthetics and the word “DRAG” emblazoned on the face. Many vapers say the VooPoo Drag just feels right in the hand when gripped. Weighing in at about 315 grams, the box mod is not overly heavy or bulky. Internally, the VooPoo ain’t nothing to mess with. Integrated within the VooPoo Drag is a highly advanced 32-bit GENE Chip. It is this chipset which enables firing up to 157W and an accurate control of temperature never seen before.

The onboard chipset is firmware upgradeable, which enables the user to keep his or her device current. What’s more, the VooPoo Drag 157W TC Box Mod fires almost instantly at 0.025 seconds.

Once you get your hands on one of these, good luck putting it down!

Product Features

  • * Dimensions: 90mm by 54mm by 24mm
  • * Dual High-Amp 18650 Batteries (Sold Separately)
  • * Wattage Output Range: 5-157W
  • * Min Atomizer Resistance: 0.05ohm
  • * Temperature Range: 200-600F
  • * Supports Ni200 Nickel, Titanium, and Stainless Steel Heating Elements
  • * Comprehensive TCR Adjustments
  • * Highly Advanced 32-Bit GENE Chip
  • * Decorative Carbon Fiber Inlay
  • * Intuitive OLED Display
  • * Oversized Firing Button
  • * Magnetized Battery Door Cover.
  • * Short Circuit Protection
  • * Over-Temperature Protection
  • * Battery Reverse Protection
  • * Output Over-Current Protection
  • * Overcharge Protection
  • * Over Discharge Protection
  • * Low Battery Warning
  • * MicroUSB Port – Firmware Upgrades
  • * 510 Connection

Package Includes

  • * Drag 157W Box Mod
  • * Micro USB Cable
  • * Instruction Manual

Who is VooPoo?

VooPoo was established in 2014 and may be one of the fastest growing e-cigarette companies in the industry. Before VooPoo joined the e-cigarette industry, the company’s mission was to serve the medical and industrial fields. With such a firm foot in the tech industry, one can only assume that a marriage of VooPoo and the e-cigarette industry was bound to happen. And it did. A few years after VooPoo was established, the company acquired Woody Vapes and the rest is history.

Catch us MONDAY, APRIL 9TH at 4PM PDT on Facebook live! We will be showcasing and trying this device out for all of you to see. You won’t want to miss it!

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“E-Cigarettes Save Lives”

E-cigarettes save lives… or at least, that’s what we’ve heard. Dr. Derek Yach, is a former professor of Global Health at Yale and one of the most dynamic anti-smoking advocates with a beating heart. A former World Health Organization staffer, Dr. Yach developed the WHO’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control— a model that is used around the world. While Dr. Yach has long since spotlighted the unethical practices of the tobacco industry, his latest statements on the ill-treatment applied to e-cigarettes are worthy of an ear.

What did the doctor say?

The truth is often kept under lock and key for fear of reprisal. It’s this understanding that most likely kept Dr. Yach, from speaking his mind until he disassociated himself from the WHO. At least, that is my assumption. In short, Dr. Yach put the regulatory bodies on notice. Chiefly, the WHO.

According to Dr. Yach, by the year 2100,

“one billion people will likely lose their lives from smoking-related illnesses. If this happens, the WHO will have to bear some responsibility.”

The “e-cigarette issues”, according to Dr. Yach, are with the laws and policies that are formed without taking into consideration the readily available data.

“Unsupported statements are accepted as truth by policymakers and are used as the basis for stringent regulation of e-cigs in many jurisdictions,” he affirms. “Their intransigence threatens the lives of millions. This kind of thinking is dangerous and we cannot allow our laws and policies to be based on fiction.

The Power of Persuasion

The verbiage that gets disseminated by the World Health Organization, whether fact or fiction, is often looked upon as scripture.

According to IEC, an online e-cigarette resource, Dr. Yach accuses the WHO of allowing the anti-vaping lobbyist to control their position on e-cigarettes.

“Governments have become addicted to tobacco excise tax and fear that, as e-cigarettes take off, they will lose a valuable source of revenue. Many leading NGOs (non-government organizations) and academic exert strong influence at WHO, within governments, in the media, and among the general public. In the past, they helped bring tobacco control out of the shadows and into the mainstream of health policy. Now alas, their intransigence threatens more profound progress.”

Fighting for the right to vape

While Dr. Yach has since broken away from many of his former colleagues, he has garnered support from many physicians and distinguished individuals in the medical profession.

Quoted in an earlier article written by Dr. Yach, titled E-cigarettes Save Lives, the Royal College of Physicians states:

“Switching completely from tobacco to e-cigarettes achieves much the same in health terms as does quitting smoking and all nicotine use completely. Furthermore, the risks associated with passive exposure to e-cigarette vapor are far less than those associated with passive exposure to tobacco smoke.”

E-cigarettes and insufficient evidence

Those who oppose deregulation and advocate for higher taxes on e-cigarette products say their position lies in the fact that there is a lack of information surrounding long-term use. And while their argument holds a semblance of weight, one area where e-cigarettes are much better than traditional molds is in second-hand smoke.

According to Dr. Neal Benowitz, a former member of the FDA’s Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee:

“…based on what we know now, e-cigarettes are much less hazardous than regular cigarettes. E-cigarettes users exhale very little of what they breathe in. Not to mention the fact that e-cigarette devices emit no aerosol. Cigarettes, by contrast, pollute the atmosphere and other’s lungs at an astronomical rate. Seventy-five percent of the smoke generated by cigarettes is sidestream smoke, and that goes into the environment.”

Let’s be honest, if e-cigarettes did nothing more than reduce societal exposure to second-hand smoke, wouldn’t that be ample reason for at least a warm embrace?

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Fear-Mongering in Vogue?

During the final days of 2016, legendary Vogue editor Anna Wintour was overheard lambasting president-elect Donald Trump during a train ride. While the fashion mogul has since apologized for speaking at length against the president, the magazine has forever changed. Vogue now takes a more unashamedly political stance on certain controversial issues. Most noteworthy for this industry — issues like the “growing health concerns surrounding vaping”. Fear-mongering in Vogue?

Recently, Vogue magazine published an article titled, “Health Concerns About Vaping Are Growing – Here’s Why”. The piece was written beautifully by Julia Felsenthal, and detailed her recent visit to Vape Town, an e-cigarette supplier in Manhattan’s West Village.

An article of opinion and dodgy “facts”

From the get-go, it is easy to recognize how Felsenthal feels about the e-cigarette industry as a whole. With carefully chosen words are subtle jabs, describing the e-cigarette industry as a “culture in flux”. She cites a recent John Hopkins study, which supposedly found significant levels of lead and arsenic in the aerosol of a variety of refillable tanks. Felsenthal went on to add fuel to the issue of long-term-cigarette use and the lack of knowledge therein. Surprisingly, not once did the article mention Public Health England or the American Cancer Society’s recent clinical recommendation,

“…individuals 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.”

Rather than paint an impartial picture of her experience, the writer made the e-cigarette world out to be some shadowy, dystopian sector of society. A place where illicit substances are readily available and consumed by easily impressionable underage people. Read the full article here.

Has vaping caused an epidemic of teen nicotine use?

Vaping is vaping — whether you’re doing it with or without nicotine. One of the most important and unique aspects of vaping is probably the vaper’s ability to control their own nicotine consumption.

Most noteworthy, data gathered in the annual Monitoring the Future (MTF) survey conducted by the University of Michigan for the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), asked teens if they use nicotine when they vape.

The questionnaire found that only about 20 percent of 10th and 12th graders and just 13 percent of 8th graders who vaped used nicotine. The author of the study says the results suggest “the recent rise in adolescent vaporizer use does not necessarily indicate a nicotine epidemic.”

What about the all the toxic chemicals?

According to the Vogue article, Stanton Glantz, Ph.D., of the University of California, believes:

“…most people just think about the e-cigarette as kind of like a cigarette, except it doesn’t have as much bad stuff in it. But when you heat it up, you just get a whole different mixture of toxic chemicals.”

As a result of the aforementioned John Hopkins study, researchers and doctors have come forth with rebuttals refuting that study’s claim. Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos was one of the first to disprove the study saying:

“Significant amount’ of metals the authors reported they found were measured in ug/kg. In fact, they are so low that for some cases (chromium and lead) I calculated that you need to vape more than 100 ml per day in order to exceed the FDA limits for daily intake from inhalational medications.”

Dr. David Dawit, the Chief Scientific Officer at Eos Scientific, believes the “toxic metals” study is full of misleading, misrepresented information. He called it, “fraught with methodological flaws”, and agrees with Dr. Farsalinos’ stance. Reference safety limits cannot be applied to vaping as the method requires constant exposure.

Felsenthal concludes her piece by referencing a mother she overheard on the phone talking about her teenage son’s burgeoning vaping habit. The mother mentioned that she tried vaping and found it disgusting.

Vaping is a method of harm reduction

While vaping is not for everyone, when the “disgusting” activity is used in the replacement of traditional tobacco cigarettes over a 10-year period, approximately 6.6 million lives can be saved from premature deaths, with 86.7 million fewer life years lost in the most optimistic scenario, according to the authors of a BMJ Tobacco Control study.

Especially relevant: last week’s Truth Tuesday.

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Indulge in Some Cotton Candy E-Juice

As a kid, I remember going to the state fair — wide-eyed — begging mom and dad for tickets and money for cotton candy. Although those adventure-filled days at the state fair with the sugary sweet taste of cotton candy dissolving in my mouth are long gone, Cotton Candy E-Juice allows me to relive those nostalgic moments.

What is Cotton Candy?

Cotton candy is a form of spun sugar. In Australia, it is known as fairy floss. Also, in places like South Africa, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Ireland— Cotton Candy is known as candy floss.

Sugar was once as sweet as gold. I kid you not!

Believe it or not, cotton candy wasn’t always kids’ stuff. With roots tracing back to 19th century Europe, the story of cotton candy starts at the banquet tables of the European aristocracy, at a time when sugar was so rare that it was kept under lock and key.

For the longest time, spun sugar was expensive and not readily available to the average person.

It wasn’t until 1904, seven years after the machine-spun cotton candy was first invented, that St. Louis hosted a World’s Fair to celebrate the centennial of the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. It was here that cotton candy was introduced to the general public with great success.

Decades would pass until the automatic cotton candy machine would be created, enabling cotton candy to be produced easily and to be available for purchase at carnivals and fairs.

What does Cotton Candy E-Juice taste like?

 In short, Cotton Candy E Juice tastes like you are eating cotton candy.

What are vapers saying?

Lisa C. gives this juice a 5-star rating

“Love This Flavor. This is my favorite vape flavor! I’ve tried so many but always end up coming back to this one.”

 Luke B. gives this juice a 5-star rating

“Great tasting vape!”

Leon L. gives this juice a 5-star rating

“Great light vapor feel. Great!”

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Introducing: The Slik by Alur

Who would have ever thought the greatest thing since sliced bread would be a sleek, ultra-compact device, small enough to fit in your pocket, also powerful enough to offer incredible flavor production? Alur, that’s who. The Alur Slik is a new dynamic card-style pod system distributed by EC Supply Incorporated. And as aptly titled, Slik by Alur has been masterfully crafted in a mysteriously attractive manner.

The e-cigarette industry continues to come into its own and much of this maturity appears to be spilling over into many of the sophisticated devices that enable vapers to stay smoke-free.

Unboxing The Slik by Alur

The Slik comes in a hard cardboard white sleeve, which holds two individual boxes or compartments. Lying seductively in one compartment is the beautifully streamlined rectangular chassis, otherwise known as, the Slik. And lying in the other compartment are two individually packaged 2mL replacement cartridges, which can be filled and refilled with your favorite e-juice via a seal plug located at the bottom of the reservoir.

The Slik by Alur is one of the most advanced pod-based systems that you can buy on the market. It comes equipped with a 400mAh rechargeable battery that literally takes about 30 minutes to charge. There is an intuitive LED light indicator built into the device for battery appraisal.

Use caution, don’t be fooled by the compact size of the Slik device. With a bevy of advanced features, you’ll be able to enjoy a satisfying vape session for hours at a time.


  • * Dimensions: 75mm x 46mm x 8mm
  • * 2mL juice capacity
  • * 400mAh battery capacity
  • * Charging voltage: DC5V
  • * Food-grade Atomizer Material
  • * Atomizer Resistance: 1.5ohm
  • * Charging Time: 30 minutes
  • * Charging Current: 1A

Contents include:

  • * 1 Slik Pod System
  • * 2 Slik Replacement Pods
  • * MicroUSB Cable
  • * Instructional Manual

We will be unboxing and reviewing this new beauty on Monday, April 2nd at 4pm Arizona Time (PDT). Tune into our Facebook LIVE stream to catch the event! We will be giving away a coupon code to save some money as well.

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Vaporpalooza Recap: Grand Rapids, Michigan

Just the other night, I touched down in Phoenix after having spent the last five days in Grand Rapids, Michigan for Vaporpalooza 2018. And, dare I say, I am still catching my breath. If you’ve never heard of Vaporpalooza, it’s basically a massive event held annually for businesses, purchasers, distributors, and employees. In order to vape, connect, learn, and then repeat again. It’s also an opportunity to advocate for vaping rights. And of course, a chance to party! Here is our Vaporpalooza recap.

Our Team

Our Team at Vaporpalooza 2018

The Mt Baker Vapor team — Joe Chacon, Jessica Gonzalez, Josh Hanna and I — landed in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Thursday, March 22nd, to heaps of dirty snow piled high from a brutal winter storm the previous week.

We were all dressed in our winter gear — thick jackets, hats, and gloves. All except for Josh Hanna, our daring sales manager, who soaked up the frigid Michigan weather in nothing more than a pair of shorts and a t-shirt. Some people, go figure.

After receiving the keys to our Ford Escape rental car, we loaded up our bags and drove off.

A Brief History of Grand Rapids

A historic furniture-manufacturing center, Grand Rapids developed on the banks of the Grand River, for which it is named after. The city is said to be home to five of the world’s leading office furniture companies. For this, the city holds two nicknames— the Furniture City and the River City. The city and surrounding areas are economically diverse. The countryside bordering the metropolitan area is flat and narrow, surrounded by steep hills, bluffs, mixed forest, and farmland.

After driving twenty minutes through Michigan’s second largest city, the voice on Google maps announced our arrival. Our Airbnb was located on a nice, quiet street called College Ave. Century-old homes with small, yellowing front yards ran the length of the tree-lined avenue. Fallen leaves littered the driveway as we pulled up.

Our house, which was a little over 2,000 sq ft, looked like the setting of a creepy horror film. During the day, all the various nooks and crannies piqued our interest, while at night, those same corners gave us the chills. All in all, the house was intriguing and frightfully comfortable.

Our Booth

The following morning was our day to set up our booth. In order to save you from the uneventful activities that led up to the construction of our booth, I have attached a few images for your viewing pleasure:

The event known as Vaporpalooza kicked off on Saturday morning. Previously, when we arrived at the venue to set up, I had my doubts about the event based on the location and the look and feel of it all. But come Saturday, boy was I wrong. The place filled up in a matter of minutes. Vapers of all shapes, colors, and sizes arrived with their tickets and mods. Some of the most renowned e-cigarette companies in the industry were in attendance with their very best e-juice and hardware. While businesses connected with other businesses, consumers looked for their next tasty e-juice to buy and sell. The main stage held beautiful performances and speeches on vaping advocacy — not to mention some incredible cloud chasing contests.

Vaporpalooza was an intense two-day event. And rather than throw word after word into your face, I’ll let the images do the talking from here on. Enjoy:

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The SMOK TFV12 Prince is the new “King” of Sub-Ohm Tanks

At long last spring is officially upon us. I’ve just unboxed the SMOK TFV12 Prince, SMOK’s latest high-performance Sub-Ohm tank. Let me tell you, it seriously holds a lot of juice! However, expanded juice capacity isn’t the only feature that this new tank boasts.

A Prince is Born – The SMOK TFV12 Prince

The SMOK TFV12 Prince Tank is an extension of the original SMOK Cloud Beast King, which entered the market as a powerful sub-ohm tank with epic cloud production capability. If the name Prince has you concerned about performance, you need not worry. The TFV12 Prince Sub-Ohm tank is just as powerful, if not mightier, than the king.

What’s improved from SMOK’s former Sub-Ohm Tank designs?

As mentioned before, the SMOK TFV12 Prince can hold way more e-juice. The sub-ohm tank comes complete with an 8mL convex bubble glass section as well as a straight, food-grade glass tube capable of holding 5mL of your favorite e-liquid. The new TFV12 Prince design has a smaller diameter, down from 28 mm to 25.5 mm, as well as a decrease in overall height, from 70mm down to 63 mm. The Prince tank is constructed of durable stainless steel and comes in a variety of colors for you choose from. Adding to the vast improvements from the TFV8 Sub-Ohm platform, the TFV12 utilizes three new coil engines that pair perfectly with the massive adjustable dual airflow slots.

Here’s a breakdown of the tank’s specifications:

  • Size 63 x 28mm / 63 x 25.5 mm (EU Edition)
  • Capacity: 8mL/2mL (EU Edition)
  • Stainless steel and pyrex glass
  • Thread: 510
  • Wild Cobra Drip Tip
  • Convex Glass Tube 8 mL
  • Adjustable Bottom Airflow
  • New V12 Prince Q4 / X6 / T10 Core
  • Patented Locking Mechanism
  • Top refill system

All these features combine to create a sleeker, more compact atomizer that offers exceptional performance, flavor, and versatility.

The kit contents:

  • TFV12 Prince Tank (8mL)
  • Q4 0.4 Ohm Quadruple Core (pre-installed)
  • X6 0.15 Ohm Sextuple Core
  • T10 0.12 Ohm Decuple Core
  • Replacement Glass Tube 5 mL
  • User Manual
  • Spare parts

Who is SMOK?

Founded in 2010, SMOK is an electronic cigarette company, which centers on e-cigarette technology research and development, brand building, sales channels, as well as innovation. Over 80 million consumers worldwide enjoy SMOK products, making the company a first-class international e-cigarette brand.

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This Sh!t is Seriously Getting old!

This just in! According to new research conducted by Japanese scientists, E-cigarettes are consequently far more dangerous than how they are marketed. AND, they’re doing more harm than good. I think I speak for all of us when I say, this sh!t is seriously getting old! This is just one of many e-cigarette smear campaigns currently on the market today.

Four years ago, researchers at Japan’s National Institute for Public Health claimed they had found two carcinogens— formaldehyde and acetaldehyde— as a result of the vapor produced by several types of e-cigarettes during a study charged by the country’s ministry of health.

“One brand of e-cigarette produces 10 times more formaldehyde— a substance used in embalming that has been linked to sick building syndrome— than a regular cigarette,” said Naoki Kunugita, the lead researcher of the study.

Enough with the inaccurate portrayals already.

First of all, the study, which was conducted in November of 2014, is far from new. Yet, agenda driven click bait sites continue to publish this, and other articles, citing information that is either old, overwhelmingly false, or both.

What’s even worse, the Japanese study wasn’t even completely factual, having come to no conclusion that all, most, or any e-cigarette contained ten times more carcinogens than regular cigarettes.

In conclusion, the research by Kunugita and his team advised that the levels of formaldehyde in vapors from high-voltage devices are “almost identical to those in traditional cigarettes”.

Back in 2014, Greek cardiologist Konstantinos Farsalinos spoke out about the study’s findings saying,

“…the high formaldehyde reading may have been caused by several factors, including a faulty e-cigarette device. A single extreme case out of many products tested. Obviously, we have to realize that focusing the discussion on one of the tens of carcinogens present in tobacco cigarette smoke is misleading. Even if e-cigarettes contained similar, or higher, levels of formaldehyde, they do not contain the majority of other toxic and carcinogenic substances present in cigarette smoke.”

Those with knowledge must stay ever-vigilant

Sadly, these tactics to discredit do have an effect on people and what decisions they make. It is up to those with the right, scientific-backed information to continue to stay on the lookout for agenda-driven information and refute these studies convincingly. There are too many lives at stake.

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