Was 20 year, pack a day. Bought Prosmoke. Wasn't nearly good enough. Got an EGO with the 510 refillable cartridges. It took 4 weeks to finish my last 6 packs of real cigarettes. I smoked my last real cigarette 4 days ago. I use my E-cig maybe 5-7 times a day with 2-3 puffs per session. 18mg/tobacco flavor from Vaporgod. Day 2 after quitting was the worst. I had physical withdrawl symptoms. Day 3 was MUCH better and today I wasn't really "needing" it. Still vaping and intend to step down the nicotene content as the weeks go by. Was around 2 smokers last night and had very little desire to have a real smoke cause it just felt "dirty". I vaped only once. The idea for me here is to quit entirely. So far/ so good. The trick was finding the right flavor to give me the feeling of smoking while reducing the chemicals. I still had the cravings but the E-cig "took the edge off".View Thread
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