Vaping can help you quit smoking by helping to manage nicotine cravings and intake. Many thousands of people in the UK have already stopped smoking with the help of an e-cigarette (1). While nicotine is the addictive substance in cigarettes, it's relatively harmless. Almost all of the harm from smoking comes from the thousands of other chemicals in tobacco smoke (2). You can reduce your intake of nicotine over time to help reduce cravings with lower nicotine strength e-liquid, whilst also reducing the appeal of a cigarette with a wide rage of e-liquid flavours to suit your taste.
For more facts on vaping and stopping smoking, search online for your government advice, or visit the links below.
Source (1) NHS.UK (2) NHS.UK
A VAPING DEVICE
People who are new to vaping and looking to stop smoking should opt for a 'vape pen' or a 'vape mod' for the most flexibility to vaping. Learn more on vaping lingo and devices here.
E-liquid (also know as 'juice') is the liquid used by vaping devices (also known as e-cigarettes) to deliver nicotine and flavour. Flavours can vary with sweetness, menthol cooling and other factors to suit your taste.
REDUCE NICOTINE OVER TIME
E-liquid containing nicotine will come with a measurement called 'mg' (milligram). Typically 3mg is the lowest level, while 20mg is the highest. We create e-liquid with 3,6,10,12, and 20mg in a variety of ranges. If you're unsure what level to start with, try 3mg first in our 50/50 range, which we recommend to those switching to vaping from smoking. Our Nic-Salt range may suit those wanting a stronger nicotine hit from vaping.