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  1. #16
    Ian. Guest
    I have a buddy who quit recently with the help of a vaporizer. He had cherry flavored nicotine oil he used. Said it helped immensely.

  2. #17
    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Quote Originally Posted by GHGHCP View Post
    It isn't. Sometimes the dosage can give too much nicotine as well, defeating the purpose of just having "one puff".
    I don't know too much about them, but like other have said, it's still nicotine, which is bad for you.

    I know several people who have quit smoking/dipping, and apparently cold turkey is the best way to do it. they say your grumpy for a few days, then your fine.

    however, I've never had to quit, so I can't say first hand.

  3. #18
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Quote Originally Posted by yankeefan54 View Post
    Quit cold turkey. My mom just quit smoking for 4 months and had been smoking 21 years. Was hard for the first 3 days or so then no problem.
    I find that pretty odd. It took me a month and a half of not smoking to finally get over the addiction and the cravings. It was miserable and I regret ever smoking

  4. #19
    Join Date
    May 2009
    Chicago, IL
    4 months in a couple days, I dipped for a little but you have to understand that you don't fully quit smoking til you quit nicotine. I haven't had any nicotine in over 2 months now and its pretty sweet, not a single cig when i was drunk or anything.

    That being said my cousin quit smoking and is now even more addicted to e-cigs.... He literally went from smoking cigarettes to smoking a e-cig at all hours of being awake. He uses "its vapor" as an excuse to puff inside and outside. Hell he spends 20 bucks a day on 2 of the things. His sister quit smoking was on e-cigs, now went back to cigarettes and to quote bubbles "is she ever on the cigarettes hard"... I had to drive with her to peoria for work and she was smoking a cig every 10-15 mins, it was disgusting. I think the e-cigs made her want nicotine more.
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  5. #20
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    Well, I don't use the patch every day. Only the first few days were bad after quitting but when you do have a craving, I'd like to know I can puff on a electronic smoke as opposed to relying on the patch when I really don't need a 24/7 effect. I have a friend who's been using the electronic smokes for months and his g/f has been using them for over a year(ones they got online). The one's at the corner store are awful and don't have nicotine. The one's online do contain nicotine.

  6. #21
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Quote Originally Posted by yaswaggin View Post
    Aren't they still bad for you?
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  7. #22
    Join Date
    Sep 2007
    Nicotine is bad for you no matter what people say.

  8. #23
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
    Arvada, Colorado
    The only good cigarette is a dead cigarette

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