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Fiction
Marshall McCutchen (Tulsa, US)
It's good.

I enjoy this. It's where I ended up after trying several different brands and flavors shortly after Volcano inexplicably turned thier Tobacco Pure flavor into a sented candle like flavor.

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Fiction
Juan Hernandez (Vallejo, US)
I like it

volcano e cigs changed the formula for their pure tobacco juice after vaping it for 9 years. switched to this and I like it so far.

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Vanilla Kretek
Mike (Johnson City, US)
Great throwback to Djarums!

As a longtime smoker of Djarum Black Vanillas (or Ivory as they're now called), this is the perfect juice to satisfy that craving, and is helping me eliminate my smoking habit. I have tried several clove-flavored juices and this is the only one I would purchase again. I don't vape clove juice all the time, but when I do, it's Vanilla Kretek by Rasta Vapors :)

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Jack Frost
STACEY P (Brooklyn, US)
Cool sweet minty flavor ❄️

I found this flavor to be really refreshing and I like the balance of sweet mint and menthol!

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Vanilla Kretek
Cathrine Baird
Yearning for clove

I loved clove cigarettes when I smoked. Then they couldn’t be sold anymore. I resorted to clove cigars ( though they were a bit more harsh) when I quit smoking I found plain tobacco flavors didn’t taste the same as smoking them did.so I turned to my all time fav... clove. I found a clove e liquid that I loved and then it was discontinued. Once more I found a acceptable one. It too eventually was just gone one day. I have bought countless clove e-liquids since then in my quest for a “good” clove flavor.. I have finally found it and this is it. This is a fantastic clove e-liquid, I love it. I was hesitant to order it at first as I have gotten horrible ones in my searching. This time was payout time. You will not be disappointed. This is now my total fav e-juice. A+

Vaping study shows no negative health effects to lung surfactant

Recent surveys show that an overwhelming number of Americans mistakenly believe that vaping is just as hazardous to one’s health as smoking. As misinformation about vaping spreads across social media like wildfire, a new study out of Ohio University shows that vaping does not damage the lung surfactant to any measurable degree. Smoking, on the other hand, has immediate adverse effects.

Lung surfactant is a thin, mucus-like substance that lines the insides of the lungs and absorbs the surface tension cause by the alveolar fluid. Scientists sometimes refer to it as pulmonary surfactant, too. Without this gooey material, breathing would be very painful if not excruciating. Using calf lungs as a substitute, the researchers from Ohio University came to some rather remarkable conclusions.

Overview of the Ohio University vaping study

Led by co-author Dr. Rebecca J. Przybyla, the study entitled Electronic cigarette vapor alters the lateral structure but not tensiometric properties of calf lung surfactant is readily available for review via BMC Respiratory Research. After slathering some calf lungs with healthy human lung surfactant, the researchers then exposed them to both the second-hand smoke from tobacco cigarettes and the vapor from electronic vaping devices.

All experimentation occurred in separate and environmentally control environments. What the scientists discovered is that vaping poses no health risks to pulmonary surfactant while the smoke from the equivalent of a single cigarette produces immediate and negative consequences.

“E-cigarette vapor regardless of the dose and flavoring of the e-liquid did not affect surfactant interfacial properties. In contrast, smoke from conventional cigarettes had a drastic, dose-dependent effect on Infasurf®interfacial properties reducing the maximum surface pressure from 65.1 ± 0.2 mN/m to 46.1 ± 1.3 mN/m at the highest dose. Cigarette smoke and e-cigarette vapor both altered surfactant microstructure resulting in an increase in the area of lipid multilayers. Studies with individual smoke components revealed that tar was the smoke component most disruptive to surfactant function.”

The study is important for another reason, too. Aside from generic e-liquid vapor, the scientists also experimented with various brands of vape juice manufactured with a variety of flavorings. The findings were nearly identical in showing that neither vaping nor vaping flavorings have any adverse effects on human lung surfactant, somewhat rebuking current claims by the anti-vaping community that flavored e-liquids should be banned.