Monthly Archives: March 2018

Don’t Like Stained Teeth, Science Says Switch to Vaping

If you smoke or know someone who smokes, then you probably know all about the stains that coat teeth and fingers. Maybe you’ve even tried to make strides to reverse the effects by using whitening strips, whitening toothpaste, or other products. The solution to your dental staining woes may be right in front of you. […]

5 Intermediate to Advanced Vape Tricks

You’ve mastered the basics—O’s, ghost inhales, dragon, etc—and now it’s time to dig into some more complicated vape theatrics. Here are 5 popular intermediate to advanced vape tricks to add to your repertoire:   French Inhale — an oldie but a goodie   Simple, yet crowd-pleasing, the French Inhale is definitely a favorite among vapers. […]

Top 5 Vape Pens for 2018

Vape pens come in many different varieties to suit a number of purposes. Whether you’re a passive vaper looking for a simple cigarette-alternative or a hardcore vape enthusiast interested in sophisticated mods for your device, there’s a vape out there for you. To help you find your perfect vape, here is a list of the […]

Recap of CSP Daily News Article “As Consumers Trade Up, E-cigs and Vape Gain Traction”

As the recent CSP Daily News article by Angel Abcede, “As Consumers Trade Up, E-cigs and Vape Gain Traction” states there is good news for the vaping industry including electronic cigarettes, and electronic nicotine –delivery systems (ENDS).  According to Abcede, tobacco consumers in the e-cig market are looking for more products of better quality, and […]

The Right Way to Vape CBD Oil

CBD is an acronym for cannabidiols. An alternative wellness compound that is becoming increasingly popular among consumers for its incredible health benefits. CBD comes from low-THC hemp through a process of extraction. This causes the resulting oil to be non-psychoactive (no high) and therefore, safe for everyone to use.   Medical applications for this compound […]

Herbal Vaping for Anxiety and Depression

It is estimated that approximately 1 in 5 Americans suffers from some form of mental illness any given year. Totaling to about 18.2% or almost a fifth of the U.S. population. While many of those occurrences don’t warrant hospitalization or prescription medication, their effects are still felt across the country. In the form of anxiety, […]