Vaping update

One week in and I’ve already upgraded the gear to the iStick 30w unit shown above.

Longer battery life, greater vapour generation.

Have also just purchased vaping potion with nicotine, a low end mix of 6 mg, I was using non-nicotine.

This is really helping, I am amazed.


  • Rama44

    Good on ya !

    • So far so good.

      • Rama44

        On the 5th of May it will be a year smoke free.When the last budget came out some guy on the radio said the price would go up even if the budget was defeated.. I got tired of being squeezed.

        • He was right, it did go up.

        • Miss Trixie

          Congratulations! *hugs* *smooch*

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    I quit, cold turkey, when I was 17. I like taking a hit or two off of buddy’s Vaper, nice carmelly flavour…was gonna buy one, throw it in the bush kit, but…ahhh, probably just get hooked gain..

  • Clink9

    The Vapinator!

  • BillyHW

    Isn’t the social security system depending on you dying early from lung cancer?

    • I swear that Wynne wants a crackdown because the province is losing money to vaping and smuggling.

  • truthdareisay

    and here for a second I thought it was some fancy shmancy nail polish andI thought umm I am learning something new about BCF everyday πŸ™‚

  • ontario john

    Been working great for me as well. Just hope Wynne doesn’t find out and tax it to death. But I’m sure she would do it because she cares.

  • Minicapt

    Next, a Hookah!


    • Justin St.Denis

      I have one of those! From Afghanistan.

  • andycanuck

    This is really helping, I am amazed.
    That’s why the provinces want to treat it like real cigarettes and tax the crap out of it and make it as impossible to use publicly to stop people from quitting the real thing and hurting their sin tax income.

    P.S. And good luck with quitting.

  • Shiraz

    Trying to stop smoking here too. Harder than I thought. Longest it’s been without is 11 days. I’ve used the e-cigs when they first came out but they are nothing like the ones they sell today. Gotta get me one. Good luck!

    • You too, do grab one if you can.

      • Miss Trixie

        See my post above – it can help you too. The freedom in being nicotine free is breathtakingly glorious. *hugs*

        • ntt1

          I find it liberating not to have to pack around the smokes,, a lighter and ashtray, in addition to being a crappy habit there is also the stupid hardware you get shackled to.

          • Miss Trixie

            Not to mention nicotine panic time around non-smoking family functions, flights, theaters and restaurants.

            The freedom from nicotine can’t be adequately described except to say it’s a delicious freedom! πŸ™‚

    • terrence

      You might also try a clinical hypnotherapist – I know eight to ten people who stopped long term smoking after a ONE HOUR session. You have to want to stop and be prepared to be hypnotised (you will be fully aware of everything going on; and you can NOT be made to do something you would not do anyway). Such a session can cost $75 to $100. t

      • Thanks.

      • Shiraz

        thanks! good idea!

      • Justin St.Denis

        I tried that. Never worked for me. Apparently, for the same reason drugs were never a ‘high’ for me, just a drag. I’m a control freak – self-control. I never want to lose it. Ever. If you knew me in person, you might understand why. Everybody does. Nobody EVER offers me a toke. πŸ˜‰

        But I’m told I am one fucking hilarious headfuck by friends who indulge. πŸ˜‰

      • ntt1

        yep, 23 years for me and after one, one hour session of hypnotherapy

    • Miss Trixie

      The good folks here are such a source of support when you’ve decided to quit the addiction to sickarettes. My quit will be 3-years this November and I simply could NOT have been successful without their support.

      Freedom from Nicotine

      This helped me to understand what I was quitting. Peeps always said, “Just quit!” and I always failed because I didn’t understand the addiction and its effect on me. Once I grasped the effect nicotine had, the decision was easy.

      Darls, look forward to your freedom – I can guarantee you it’s attainable and you CAN do it. I promise. *hugs*

  • Justin St.Denis

    BCF, congratulations. For two reasons. One, you are quitting the tobacco thing. Two, yours will be one testimonial about these things that I will pause and think about. Please keep up the reports. I want to know more from you because I have heard everything there is to hear but not from sources I believe.

    I have a guilty secret. I have a one cigarillo a day habit – the sweet, peachy kind that just does the trick for me after my evening meal. I would LOVE to replace it with something less toxic. Keep me updated, please.

    • I will, the solution can come with and without nicotine, in various flavours as well like apple/peach caramel etc.

      So far so good.

      • ntt1

        get some cat mint solution for pip

      • Justin St.Denis

        Y’know, I am not certain it is the nicotine in cigarillos that I am addicted to. I don’t inhale them; few do. It’s all about the hand-to-mouth ritual, the savouring of a flavour in the mouth, the focus it requires to actually appreciate it, and the resultant calmness I feel afterwards. These e-thingies are of great interest to me. Keep up the updates. Thanks again. πŸ˜‰

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    They really work!
    That why those parasites that rely on cigarette tax revenue (for the children) are doing everything they can to ban them and impede their use.
    Odd that the American Cancer Society and the American Lung Association both hate Vapeing.

    • I am beginning to believe that.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        I know. I find it odd that I’m currently espousing the same things that were the provence of the mentally insane only a few years ago.
        That leads me to three conclusions.

        1. I have gone insane and just haven’t noticed.

        2. “The system” is more corrupt now that it had been and what was the ravings of a manic street preacher yesterday has simply come to pass as reality by accident. The crazy man of yesterday is still crazy, it’s just that events caught up with his insane vision of the world.

        3. Prophets, true prophets, will ALWAYS sound crazy, and the further ahead their prophesies, the crazier they sound, simply because reality does not have to be as believable as a fictional story.

  • Miss Trixie

    Also PLEASE read if you are thinking about us9ng Nicorette products:

    • Thanks!

      • Miss Trixie


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  • quit20yrsago

    LOL….good one

  • vimy

    I’ m going for a smoke

  • Shiraz

    BCF, what unit were you using before the iStick 30w?
    I used the “PureSmoke” unit when they first came out.
    Was buying the liquid from Johnson Creek as they carried nice flavors – it was hard to source USA made juice back then. Gotta get back into this…