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Best Menthol, Period

Sometimes your juice gets lost in the mail, and then you're all out, so you just find a local vape shop to get something to use in the meantime. This was how I discovered Rasta Vapors and Tropwen specifically. I described precisely what I was looking for in a juice--sharply cool peppermint, more burn than sweet, not too tobacco-y, and with an excellent throat hit--and the clerk introduced me to Tropwen, which is exactly what I wanted. Unfortunately, that shop closed, but before it did, they directed me to the Rasta Vapor site so I could keep getting my juice. Tropwen itself is perfect. I've tried others, but none give me the same flavor intensity and enjoyment that it does. If you're looking for something that feels and tastes like the best menthol ever, look no further: this is the one.

My go to

I have tried hundreds and hundreds of ejuices. I have found others I like but eventually get sick of them. Snake bite however is my go to and have been using it for 2 years now and never get sick of it. Now it is all I buy except for the occasional swaggerific for a treat. Best quality juice I have ever found and the price is awesome

Damn!!!! We love to hear things like this! Thanks for taking the time to review! Keep on Keeping on fam, Much ❤ from all of use a Rasta Vapors!
One of my favorite

Love this ..I only vap max VG the flavor is amazing.

Thank you for your review! Much ♥
Love the juice

I love this juice and i like the new packaging! Thanks guys!

Full flavors

You can taste each one of the flavors. The cotton candy is dead on. And the raspberry complements the cranberry great flavor for someone who likes pizzazz

This is one of my all day vapes as well :) its a hidden little secret on our wild flavor menu! Thank you again for taking the time to review everything you scooped up!

California Prop 56 threatens 70% e-cig tax to benefit Big Pharma

Owning a vape shop in California just got more frightening as the state gets ready to vote on Prop 56, proposed legislation that threatens to pass a nearly 70% e-cig tax to go into effect in early 2017. Perhaps even more terrifying, the majority of the proceeds from the proposed legislation are earmarked to benefit Big Pharma, specifically Medi-Cal and the state’s gaggle of medical insurance providers.

The vaping industry has long been aware of the behind-the-scenes role that major pharmaceutical companies are playing in the War on Vaping. Electronic cigarettes are perhaps the most popular stop-smoking aid currently on the market, and Big Pharma companies like GlaxoSmithKline and Johnson & Johnson are not very happy about it. After all, these are the manufacturers of Nicorette Gum and “The Patch,” the previously reigning champions of smoking cessation products.

The FDA’s Mitch Zeller, Big Pharma, and Prop 56

When the FDA deeming regulations were recently announced in May 2016, the vaping industry was shocked to learn that a man by the name of Mitch Zeller was heading the very agency that would be in charge of the new federal oversight program. Zeller is a former political consultant for vaping’s biggest competitor, Big Pharma’s GlaxoSmithKline Company. So the Obama appointment of Zeller seemed rather shady right from the very start.

Zeller helped to write the FDA deeming regulations that ominously include very specific wording classifying all e-cigs and vaping merchandise as “tobacco products,” even though these products are 100% tobacco-free. He was also successful in marketing the deeming regulations to the American people as legislation designed to reduce teen smoking. Strangely, California Prop 56 is being marketed in exactly the same way, but a hidden vape tax lies buried deep inside the fine print.

According to NoOnProposition56.com, California Prop 56 will produce about $1.4 billion of new taxes annually, but only 13% of that money will be used to fund teen smoking issues that the legislation promises to fight. An alarming 82% will be immediately directed towards Medi-Cal and California insurance companies, the very organizations who promote the use of “The Patch” and Nicorette Gum to millions of patients through its team of doctors and insurance counselors. Meanwhile, another $147 million will be used for “administrative costs.” As if the newly announced FDA deeming regulations were not enough of a concern, California Prop 56 may be the final nail in the coffin of the state’s vaping industry.