How To Vape
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How To Vape

When my girlfriend first gave me a vape, I assumed it was just like smoking a cigarette and boy was I wrong! She failed to tell me how to vape properly which led to me coughing my head off and almost being turned off of vaping all together. Thankfully someone explained it to me or else I might still be smoking til this day!

 
Unlike smoking a cigarette, Vaping is more like smoking a cigar. You slowly suck on the vaporizer, holding the vape (“smoke”) in your mouth, and then when you are ready to inhale, remove the device and quickly inhale the vapor. Vaping consists of a slow, gentle draw which will take 4-5 seconds to get the desired amount of vape for a good hit.
 
Another old smoking technique to describe vaping is the “French inhale” (where one fills the mouth with smoke then lets it seep out of the mouth to quickly be sucked up through the nose). The same way you used to collect the smoke in your mouth to French inhale, you will now hold the vapor in your mouth until you are ready to inhale.
 

DON’T GET FRUSTRATED!!! Vaping takes a little getting used to and you are not the only one to go through the “trial and error” phase of vaping. You might flood a tank, you might forget to charge your battery, but whatever the case may be, at least you’re not smoking tobacco anymore! When you first started smoking, you couldn’t inhale without coughing and you didn’t start off blowing smoke rings either so just give vaping a chance and you will love the outcome! If you ever have any questions, stop by the shop and we’ll be more than happy to answer any question you have

THE OXFORD DICTIONARY WORD OF THE YEAR IS......VAPE!

Breathe in, breathe out. The Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year is: ‘Vape.’

vape, verb: Inhale and exhale the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device.

vape, noun: An electronic cigarette or similar device; an act of inhaling and exhaling the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device.

According to Oxford Dictionaries editors, use of the word “vape” in 2014 has shot up to more than double its use in 2013. It arrived just in time to fill the gap left by the word “smoking” as many switched to electronic cigarettes, now a multi million dollar industry. A “vaping lexicon” has sprung up around the word, with phrases like “vape pen” and “vape shop” also increasing in popularity. Read more...
February 08, 2016
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