Our series of beginner’s guide’s aims to help those who are new to the world of vaping through the basics of what equipment is needed to get started. We’ll explore e-Liquids more closely, explaining how they are made and what they are made from and also look at how smoking traditional cigarettes compares to vaping.
An e-Liquid is the most common name for the liquid that is used in conjunction with e-Cigarettes. All e-Cigarettes use e-Liquids to create the vapour which is inhaled by the user. The vapour is created by e-Cigarette heating the liquid. Other names used to describe e-Liquid are e-Juice, Vape (derived from Vapour) and Smoke Juice.
As part of our beginners guide to vaping series we have tried to create a definitive list of common terminology.
Within this article I will endeavour to explain what exactly the Tobacco Products Directive is and also highlight the key points that effect e-Cigarettes and e-Liquids. I’ll show you what changes you can expect from a consumer side of things and also the new measures that producers, manufacturers and brands such as Red Vape now have to take to comply fully with the legislation.
The overwhelming health message to smokers is that quitting is the best option but given that smoking is notoriously difficult to stop it is easy to see why many smoking are transferring to e-cigarettes as a healthier and cleaner option
Vaping is a relatively new phenomenon that has been with us for less than a decade. Reviews into long-term side effects take time and so for these to be completed we need to sit tight. However, there are lots of studies and research that has been completed which can help us reach an informed answer to our question.
Not every country is quite so friendly when it comes to vaping and if you are planning a trip and want to vape it’s worth doing your homework before you leave.
Roughly twelve weeks have passed since the Brexit vote on June 23rd where the UK narrowly voted to leave the European Union. So far very little has changed, the stock markets and currency had a little wobble straight after the vote but these now seem to have calmed down.
All the ingredients are all relatively simple to obtain and it means that virtually anyone can buy them and start making eLiquids to sell to the public.
Everyone knows smoking is harmful but do you know the how quickly the body starts to recover after you smoke your last cigarette?
The first mention of electronic cigarettes dates back to 1930 and a Mr Joseph Robinson who filed a patent for a basic device in 1927.
Naturally extracted tobacco refers to the process by which the tobacco flavour or essence is removed (extracted) from the tobacco leaf.
By 1 B.C. American Indians began to use the tobacco plant as a medicine and in some religious rituals. It’s highly likely that they were smoking and chewing tobacco and in some cases using it as a halogenic enema
The web is packed full of guides and videos on how to make the biggest clouds but there is not a lot out there covering flavour. Most of what I’ve learnt about achieving the best flavours from e-liquids has been through trial and error, mainly error, so I thought I’d try and help out those flavour chasers just starting out with a few hints and tips.
Vaping can seem a bit overwhelming and complicated to the uninitiated but once you know the basics and the pitfalls to avoid, it’s actually really simple, enjoyable and you’ll almost certainly never want to go back to the cigarettes.
A throat hit is the feeling that the vapour from your e-cig gives you when you inhale it and it hits the back of your throat. Throat hits are not all the same though when vaping and this isn’t too surprising when you think about the variables involved when vaping.
Because vaping is so new, whilst you are free to vape wherever you like at home and in the street, there still exists a lot of confusion about where you can vape in the UK. We’ve done our research to help you know where you can and where you can’t.
Are you a smoker looking to quit cigarettes? You’ve probably considered vaping as an alternative thanks to numerous reports from the scientific community that point out that vaping is much less harmful than cigarettes.
We wanted to write a new TPD post to solely cover e-liquids and how the new laws will impact what we do here at Red Vape. A lot of hard work has been spent over the last year ensuring our e-liquids are fully TPD compliant and this in practice means our product range will see some changes. We’ve taken the TPD as an opportunity to further improve our e-liquids by redesigning some of the flavour profiles and improving our packaging.
From May 20th 2017 all e-liquids sold in the UK must be compliant with the regulations set out in the Tobacco Products Directive (TPD). All of these new laws mean it’s been a busy time for us here at Red Vape as we’ve had to ensure all our e-liquids are fully TPD compliant.
Vaping has exploded in popularity in recent years and there are lots of tips and advice circulating about how to keep your devices and e-liquids in tip top condition. While the majority of tips are just basic common sense it is nice to have a refresher from time to time.
There are an increasing number of sub-ohm options hitting the market but many vapers are confused as to what sub-ohm vaping is and what the Pro’s and Con’s are compared to normal vaping.
There are still some cities where vaping is not only accepted but positively welcomed. In this article, we look at some of the best places for vapers to visit, so that you can plan your next vacation.
Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerine (VG) is one of those areas that can sometimes make little sense to new vapers. Essentially PG and VG do the same job so why do we need both when making e-liquids any why do different e-liquids have different ratios of PG and VG?
No vaper wants to be responsible for the untimely end of their little furry friends and so in this post we’ll be sharing some advice on how to vape responsibly around your pet. We’ll also explain what signs your pet might display if they ingest e-liquid and what you can do should this happen
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