FDA Going To Kill Vaping Entrepreneurs

It’s going to get a lot harder for business owners of anything that has to do with e-cigs and vaping. I don’t know yet how it will affect this site since all we do is find coupons and give access to them via our affiliate links to save you money. My guess is their is going to be a lot less products to chose from and I might not even be able to give out coupons, we will have to wait and see.

In an article by Laurie Tarken it says…

“Essentially the FDA regulation is a guaranteed death knell for over 99% of the companies in the industry,” says Gregory Conley, president of the American Vaping Association, an advocacy group. That would affect the estimated 8,000 to 12,000 vape shops in the United States and the estimated 1,000 manufacturers and wholesalers of vaping equipment.

Read the whole story… http://fortune.com/2015/09/29/vaping-fda-rules/

So you is the big winner?

If or should I say when the FDA rules take effect the big winner is… BIG TOBACCO!

What Tank To Use With The iStick 30w

The iStick 30W can absolutely subohm down to .4 ohms, which gives you a lot of choices. A lot of vapers are using the Aspire Nautilus Mini, Aspire Atlantis 2 and the Eleaf Melo.

Using tanks on the iStick 30W is a piece of cake and works great also. Basically any tank that has coils at .4ohms or higher and is 22mm or less in diameter will work great.

The truth is, just starting out try the Eleaf GS Air M and wouldn’t cost you a fortune, but, if got plenty of money try a Nano or Kanger Subtank mini. Both have coils available in 1.5, 1.2, and .5 ohm, however stay away from the .15 ohm nickel coils you can’t use the on an iStick 30W.

The eLeaf GS Air M or MS (mega or mega shorty) is another great option. You can push them up to 30W according to ELeaf. Yes, tanks are great for anybody who wants a great vape experience.

Watch The iStick 30W Tank Video

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E Cig Ban In National Park

e-cig-banThe National Park Service announced that all e-cigs are banned where there is restrictions inplace on smoking. Monday they extended the 2003 NPS that first banned regular cigarettes to include e-cigs.

According to WatchDog the 2015 extended policy states…

Acting (1) out of an abundance of caution in light of the scientific findings and uncertainty to date, and (2) in the interest of equity, the purpose of this Policy Memorandum is to afford all NPS employees and park visitors the same protections from exposure to nicotine and other harmful substances that may be found in ENDS [E-cigs] vapor that are currently in place for exposure to tobacco smoke.

Read The Whole Story At… http://watchdog.org/238250/e-cigs-banned-by-national-park-service/

Mary Jane In The News This Week

Okay what’s in the news for e-cigs and vaping this week.

Are buttery flavored e-liquids dangerous to your health? What the hell now we can get popcorn lung from vaping buttered popcorn e-juice. Motherboard has an article you need to read if you like the butterd flavored e-liquids such as butterscotch, vanilla, and caramel. To quote them…

Diacetyl (DA) is a chemical used in food flavoring. It infuses food with a creamy, buttery taste, so it’s usually found in products that have butter, cheese, or caramel flavors. Diacetyl and acetyl propionyl (AP)—a kind of “sister chemical” that is nearly identical to DA—are also found in many flavored vaping liquids, especially those with a “dessert” flavor (think butterscotch, vanilla, or caramel).

When you eat or drink something that contains diacetyl, it’s considered harmless—it even occurs naturally in some milk products, and in a few wines and beers. But inhaling it is a different story, and can have serious health risks. Because of this, vapers have been concerned about the presence of DA and AP in e-juices for awhile now, and many trade organizations have limits on the levels of DA and AP that can be present in the liquids they stock.

Read the whole story at… http://motherboard.vice.com/read/how-butter-flavored-e-cigs-are-fueling-a-crucial-vaping-controversy

Choice between cigarette and e-cigarette

Is it true that teens are more likely to start smoking cigarettes if they are using e-cigs? The Washington Post says…

More bad news for young people who smoke e-cigarettes.

Doing so makes them much more likely to start smoking traditional cigarettes within a year than peers who don’t smoke e-cigarettes, according to a new analysis published online Tuesday and scheduled for the November issue of JAMA Pediatrics.

Read the whole story here…https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/to-your-health/wp/2015/09/08/study-teens-using-e-cigs-much-more-likely-to-start-smoking-cigarettes/


Oh no USA Today just found out that teens are using e-cigarettes for vaping mary jane! That’s a suprise. They said…

Teenagers have discovered a new way to inhale marijuana — e-cigarette vaporizers, according to a study released Monday.

About 27% of high school students who have used both marijuana and e-cigarettes reported using the devices to vaporize cannabis. Those most likely to vaporize pot with e-cigarettes included males and younger students.

Read it here… http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2015/09/04/e-cigarettes-vape-marijuana-students-connecticut/71703472/

Thanks for catching up on the news at Punk Views!

3 Reasons To Quit 1 Reason To Keep On Vaping

So are all these articles from such places as Washington Post, Huffington Post and etc. telling the truth or should I say do they truly know what the truth is? What is the truth about vaping being bad for you, well take a look at 3 or 4 articles I read fresh of Google news.


A growing number of studies find that some of the liquids used in e-cigarettes contain flavorings whose inhalation has been associated with lung problems, ranging from irritation to a rare but serious lung disease. For example, diacetyl, a butter-flavored chemical, has been linked to dozens of cases of bronchiolitis obliterans, a life-threatening obstructive lung disease.

So says the Washington Post.

Read the article here…(http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/whats-in-all-that-vaping-smoke/2015/08/31/57fe8e58-2700-11e5-b72c-2b7d516e1e0e_story.html)


The Huffington Post said…

I even read that some e-liquid showed signs of formaldehyde, acetone, and other potentially dangerous compounds. Here is the kicker that is most disappointing about vaping; they may actually create something similar to second-hand smoke. It’s referred to as “passive vaping” and despite e-cigs being portrayed as not being harmful to those breathing their second-hand vape, some experts say the vape may actually contain tiny particles of heavy metals and substances that can damage the lungs!

Read the article here…(http://www.huffingtonpost.com/uncle-louie/beware-eliquid-sharks-the_b_8067616.html)


Reason dot com said…

Public health agencies and anti-smoking organizations in the United States, unlike their counterparts in the U.K., are strangely reluctant to acknowledge these points, implausibly portraying e-cigarettes as a threat rather than an opportunity. The British example points the way to a calmer, more rational approach that is consistent with the public health goal of reducing the morbidity and mortality associated with smoking.

Read the article here…(https://reason.com/archives/2015/08/31/a-british-lesson-on-vaping-for-the-cdc)


5 Facts About Vaping

Then I found this article that talks about 5 facts about vaping. Head over here (http://gizmodo.com/5-facts-that-everyone-gets-wrong-about-vaping-1659938937) and read about the facts!

Are E Cigs 95 Percent Heathier

So I saw an article the other day on Time that talked about vaping being 95% healthier than regular cigarettes and a lot cheaper. According to the Public Health England and the report suggested e-cigarettes are very useful in helping people quit smoking.


To read the complete study go here… https://www.gov.uk/government/news/e-cigarettes-around-95-less-harmful-than-tobacco-estimates-landmark-review

E Cigarettes 95% Less Harmful Than Tobacco