I smoked for 25 years, and switched to E-cigs immediately! That was 2 years ago, and I feel much better now. My excessive coughing is gone. I'm more focused with my daily tasks. I feel like vaping is more like drinking coffee, since the nicotine absorption is like compared to a patch or niic. gum. I don't have any desires to quit vaping, because I don't drink alcohol anymore, and vaping just relaxes me. Not to mention it's a great hobby, and I help others quit smoking on a great forum!
My Wife also vapes, and she loves it also. I just hope that the vaping community continues to grow, without the government agencies hurting our happy community too bad.View Thread
My Wife and I have been using electronic cigarettes for 2 years now. We have been free of combustion tobacco for the entire time. We both feel fantastic. I'm involved on the ECF, I help people with any questions that they need,to stay of the stinkies.
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