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    Vaping for Beginners - Getting Started

    If you want to make the switch to vaping our ‘Getting Started’ guide gives you the basics on vaping and ecigarettes, including how ecigarettes work and the different parts of an ecigarette.

    How to Vape
    If you’ve decided to try an ecigarette it may all seem a bit complicated at first, but it’s quite straightforward. Here we introduce you to the basics of what is an ecigarette, how ecigarettes work, how to use an ecigarette and also what is actually in ecigarettes. Welcome to the vaping 101 UK guide.

    Vaping Basics
    In our vaping for dummies guide you'll learn everything you need about how to vape. Whether it’s a E Cigarette Starter Kit or something more advanced an ecigarette is fundamentally made up of the same parts. To vape you need a battery, a tank or similar to hold the eliquid, a heating element and mouthpiece. They are known by different names too - vaping mods, vape kits or simple an e cigarette.

    beginning vaping
    In the same way water becomes steam, the liquid in an ecigarette – known as eliquid or e juice – is heated to the point it becomes a vapour. This vapour is inhaled, in a similar way that a smoker inhales smoke from a cigarette.

    vaping for dummies
    When you press the button on an ecigarette, the vape battery sends a current through a metal coil (literally a metal wire shaped into a coil) which acts as a heating element. A wicking material loaded with e liquid runs through the centre of the coil and as the coil gets hotter the e liquid flavours evaporate – turning from a liquid into a vapour.

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    The vapour is drawn up through the mouthpiece and you’re vaping. That's how to vape, it's as simple as that.

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    Eliquid – What’s in an Ecigarette?
    E liquid Flavours
    Flavours
    One of the major differences between smoke and vapour is the flavour. E liquids have infinite flavour possibilities and flavour is one of just three or four basic ingredients that make up eliquid.

    VG Eliquid
    VG
    Vegetable Glycerine (VG) is used in the food industry as a sweetener, preservative or thickening agent, while in cosmetics it’s found in moisturisers. In regards to vaping uk VG gives you the ‘cloud’ and it’s non-toxic. It’s thick and requires more power to vapourise, but can produce more vapour. It's for this reason vegetable glycerin vape is popular with cloud chasers.

    PG Eliquid
    PG
    Propylene Glycol (PG) is used in a variety of applications, for example inhalers, and produces the ‘throat hit’, similar to that when smoking. PG shows no evidence of being carcinogenic or toxic. PG e liquid is thinner than VG and therefore doesn’t need as much power to become a vapour. PG vape is great for discrete vaping.

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    Nicotine
    The final ingredient is nicotine, however many people choose to enjoy vaping uk with nicotine free eliquid, and choose to vape purely for the flavour choices. Others balance their nicotine levels by choosing a concentrated nicotine shot and blending their own.

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    Re: Vaping for Beginners - Getting Started

    Thanks for the guidance! I used to think that vaping means e-cigs and vape pens only + a bunch of less popular devices I started vaping exactly with an electronic cigarette (this one https://gypsyvapes.com/sea-100-disposable-ecigarette ) , I managed to quit the smoking habit this way, rather successfully.

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    Re: Vaping for Beginners - Getting Started

    For me was really hard to figure things out when I've started vaping but you just need to do that and once you did, things get simple.

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    Re: Vaping for Beginners - Getting Started

    I think it's necessary to add that vaping is a replacement for smoking. It's not a thing to start if you do not smoke. If you know this and you vape already then check this out. It's a good site which is related to vaping and such where you can find blogs, reviews, and other materials about vaping, e-liquids, kits, and everything else.

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    Re: Vaping for Beginners - Getting Started

    lol I like how you describe Vaping. Anyway, I don't recommend it to anyone.

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    Re: Vaping for Beginners - Getting Started

    I don't think that vaping is any good. If you want to quit smoking, I recommend that you try Chantix for it, for example. I am sure that you will find some at https://www.edrugstore.com for example. It is a great service for this purpose.

 

 

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