The Latest Vape News – The VapePassion Show Episode 84

Some of the topics discussed include:

  • Comparing VapeWild’s “Hold The Door” to a Clone Recipe From a Subscriber
  • E-Juice Review: VapeWild’s Yellow No. 5
  • Heathen Handles Drama With VapnFagan Like an Adult
  • Innokin Announces New Battery Technology
  • Tobacco in Sports: Nicotine and Sports Performance
  • 5 Ways to Thin Out Thick E-Juice

Links to everything I talk about are below.

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Tasting the Difference: Black Note Tobacco E-Juice

Note: Black Note sent me some e-juice to review (coming soon) and I asked them if they would write a blog post to give my readers some expert info on high quality naturally extracted tobacco (NET) e-juice, so here it is!


Even though cigarettes and Black Note vape liquid both contain real tobacco, the taste between the two is decidedly different. You’ll also find a big difference between Black Note vape juice and other tobacco e-juice on the market, as well as enjoying a distinctly different taste with each of Black Note’s tobacco blends. There are many factors that play a role in making each Black Note tobacco blend a truly unique experience – different from anything else you may have experienced, well, ever.

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E-Juice Review – “Fantastic” by Flavahub

Transcript:

I received three flavors from FlavaHub for their Fantastic Juice line. Flava Hub is from Malaysia and I just want to point that out because they might have different tastes than what I’m used to here in the U.S. and also because of shipping time and costs. I looked up shipping to the U.S. and if you go with 3-7 day DHL Express, it’ll set you back $25 just for one bottle. Registered Air Mail is much more reasonable at only $3.50, but it will take about 3.5 weeks.

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UCSF Says Big Tobacco Is Selling NRT Products That Don’t Work

Researchers at the University of California San Francisco conducted a study designed to understand why tobacco companies shifted from seeing nicotine replacement products (NRT) as a threat then eventually to a business opportunity.

What they claim to have found is that tobacco companies have known for decades that NRT products like nicotine gum, lozenges, sprays, and patches, hardly ever work when they aren’t used in combination with counseling. Knowing this, tobacco companies started to sell it.

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