I started vaping back in March. I got into it because Honey B Healthy Living was selling CBD oil with a cheap vape at the Fort Worth Cannabis Convention. That was the day I learned about CBD, and decided I wanted to try it, especially because it is legal in Texas, unlike whole-plant solutions. Also, when it comes to CBD products, be sure to hit up DrFeel Goodz.
My vaporizer quickly broke, so I got a new one. It was green with a good tank. It was just a stick-looking thing. I liked it, but I got ahold of a better rig when I went to visit my sister. I decided I needed an Eleaf…and I love it! I use that with a top-loading tank. It’s a V8 Baby. You should look it up.
At first, I was getting 0 mg nicotine. When I went to Jaded Vapors, which is right behind my house, I started getting nicotine to curb having an endless pit for a stomach. I think it’s helping. Also, my lungs are opening up. I was injured in a really bad car accident (When the Grim Reaper Calls), and I only have about 50% of my original lung capacity. I feel that vaping helps open me up to 60% or 70%. Maybe not, but that’s how it feels.
I think vaping is fun, and a good way to connect with people. It is common for me to drop into the vapor shop 4 or 5 times a week just to hang out. Sometimes I get more juice or coils, but I just hang out and get to know people.
It is also important to note that vaping has a bit of a learning curb, especially when it comes to things like changing coils. It’s not that hard, but it can be difficult the first few times. Also, buying a $200 rig and some juice seems expensive, but after the big upfront cost, vaping is cheaper than smoking, as far as daily cost.
If you have ever considered vaping, I’d say give it a go. If you don’t like it, you can always quit. I think it’s great, and I intend to do it for several years to come. It’s not for everybody, but, being the existentialist that I am, I think everyone should try it at least once.
Wagen, over and out.