Juul and potential health risks

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  1. Justinww11

    Justinww11 New Member

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    Hey guys just wondering if there are any severe or long lasting health risks with heavy nic pod devices such as a juul. Could I be looking at potential liver problems or lung damage?


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  2. Whiskey

    Whiskey Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    None that have been proven to date, still healthier than smoking cigarettes
     
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    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Agreed

    Lots of people vape even higher nic percentages for many years and report better health than when they smoked
     
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    pizzadave80 Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    There's plenty of early signs if nic is too high as well. Headaches, body sweats, stomach cramps... there's just a few. The thing is....the Juul puts out very little vapor, which is why they bump the nic up on them. Not exact science here...but a Juul with 24mg nic is no worse than someone hitting a tfv12 with 6mg nic... similar nic levels exposed due to the quantity per hit.

    I don't know exactly....but just using that as a reference of sorts.

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    AndriaD Shine on, you crazy... VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 3 Years ECF Refugee

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    Yeah... it's starting to seem that of all the many chemicals you can get from cigarette smoke, nicotine may be the LEAST harmful! :giggle: It might harm some people with uncontrolled hypertension, but so would caffeine -- it's really no more dangerous than caffeine, if used in "vaping levels". And with the small amount of vapor from a cigalike device, you need a fairly high nic level ejuice if you want to get any nicotine from it at all. And I know from personal experience that if a nic level is too high for a given body, that body will know about it FAST -- stomach pains, nausea, head spins, sweats, vomiting.... it's not the sort of thing you really want to over-indulge in!

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    Juul users probably risk extreme jealousy if they ever try flavor samplers at typical vape shops.
     
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    David Wolf Bronze Contributor ECF Refugee

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    Maybe. But I can assure you no vape shops juice will ever hit like a Juul or give you the nicotine satisfaction of any other nic salts high nic juice. That's why folks like the pod mods. A few quick puffs and you're good to go like it was smoking but without the smoke and tar.
     
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    The Juul, if you go by what is on their website is

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    and that is why it makes a good starter for those looking to stop smoking, high nic salts...

    let me add on to say nic salts is different from regular nic, and it wont last near as long. The amount they are using for the combo of how their juices are made, works and is safe, or as safe as can be. User discretion advised.
     
  9. Justinww11

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    So what is the difference between regular nic and nic salts? Obviously the makeup but what does it do to the body


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    JuicyLucy My name is Lucy and I am a squonkaholic VU Donator Diamond Contributor Member For 1 Year ECF Refugee

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    Unknown at this point, same as regular nicotine juice
     
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    I have read contradicting information about nic salts...I've read it alllows you to vaping higher nic levels without the harshness of regular nic base,but then I've also read that nic salts aren't absorbed by the body as quickly as regular nic base...so I don't know what to believe...I have tried juuls, and they seemed to be satisfying...as for long term use...we are flying blind here,as nobody knows,we don't even know the long term effects of vaping are yet,but every indication points to the fact it is much much safer than smoking...
     

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