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The short answer here is no. Sadly, many Cities and Counties have chosen to prohibit vaping in public places, shoehorning vaping into smokefree legislation. Thankfully, for now vaping is still permitted in majority of public places, however this is continuously under threat. Nevertheless, it’s wise not to assume that you can vape anywhere just because it’s not illegal. Premises owners are entitled to prohibit vaping on their property, and many do. In some cases it might be wise to stealth vape using a discrete device.

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There are 3-4 substances that make up E-liquid. These substances include: PG (Propylene Glycol) VG (Vegetable Glycerin) Flavorant Nicotine(Optional at different measurements) What is PG and VG liquids? PG (Propylene Glycol) and VG (Vegetable Glyerine, or Glycerol) are ingredients in e-liquid which create the vapor. PG is associated with a stronger “throat hit” but with less visible vapor, whereas VG has a sweetish taste and produces a much more visible vapor. Some vapers find PG irritates their throat and lungs and choose to use VG based e-liquids instead. Some e-liquids contain a blend of both ingredients to balance out the characteristics...

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All Vapor Devices consist of 3 components in the same fundamental way; a battery, an atomizer/coil and a cartridge (Tank). How they work is like boiling a pot of water. A battery(Kitchen Top Stove) powers a coil/atomizer heating element within a refillable tank(the Pot) that turns a liquid solution known as e-liquid(the Water) into an aerosol(steam). Different devices apply these principals in differing ways - and it’s surprising just how many variants have been created from such a simple concept!

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The question at hand is: What is Nicotine Salt? Here is an answer! Nicotine salt is the form of nicotine found in tobacco leaves. Unlike the nicotine ordinarily used in e-juice, these salts aren’t just nicotine; they’re compounds containing nicotine and another organic components. This could be in combination with one or more of the other chemicals in tobacco leaves, but the result is the same – a more stable molecule is formed. The form of nicotine ordinarily used in e-liquid is called “freebase” nicotine. This is nicotine not bonded to anything else, and is generally considered preferable for vaping...

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