Vaping 101

What is Vaping?

By definition, ‘vaping’ is the act of inhaling water vapor through a personal vaporizer or electronic cigarette. Vaping eliminates 4000 chemicals and carcinogenic compounds that come from real cigarettes, without compromising the act of ‘smoking’ itself. Vaping can also contain nicotine as an option for maximized effect of cigarette smoking.

Nicotine Density

0mg = No Nicotine
6mg = Ultra Light (Low Density)
12mg = Medium (Med. Density)
18mg = Regular (High Density)
24mg = Strong (X-High Density)


E-liquid, also known as smoke juice, E-Juice, etc. is a nicotine-based liquid used in electronic cigarettes and personal vaporizers. The amount of nicotine in your E-Juice is totally up to you.


We suggest is that you clean the excess juice out of the reservoir and clean the metal contacts down inside the atomizer adapter once a week. You can use a Q-tip or paper towel to clean off the parts. Check out this video below for comprehensive maintenance instructions.

How safe is it?
Obviously, the safest thing to do is to quit smoking altogether. There are many questions left to be answered about e-cigarettes, since “vaping” is a rather new practice. but there are now more promising studies that show that “vaping” is a much safer practice than smoking tobacco. One thing is certain, e-cigarettes do not contain the 4000 toxic chemical that come from smoking the traditional cigarette.
What are the benefits of Vaping?

Overall better health, no tobacco or smoke, exempt from public smoking ban, cheaper than cigarettes, no second-hand smoke, and best of all it is completely odorless (other than selected flavor/scent)

Can I Vape Indoors?

As of 2012 there are only 2 places where vaping is NOT permitted indoors: Suffolk County, New York and New Jersey. Obviously, it would only be proper to ask before you vape indoors so you don’t alarm store owners unaware of what it is.