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Right To Vape is an international database and repository. It contains testimonials of adults who have switched from combustible and unsafe oral tobacco products to safer nicotine alternatives.

I started smoking at around the age of 14. By 16, I was a regular smoker probably smoking about a half of a pack per day. At around 22, I tried tried to quit using nicotine patches without success. When I was 23, I became pregnant with my first child. From the day I found out I was pregnant and for three years after that, I was a non-smoker. But, one day I decided to take a puff from a friend’s cigarette. One puff turned into a few puffs to just one every now and then, to eventually becoming a full-blown smoker again. From around 26 to 30 I smoked about 15 cigarettes per day. When I was around 27, I once again tried Nicorette gum, but was unsuccessful. When I was 30, I became pregnant with my second child and quit smoking. Once my baby was born, however, I quickly took up smoking again. A year and a half after that, I became pregnant with twins. I quit with that pregnancy as well and started right back up again after they were born. I’m 44 now and since that time, I’ve tried Nicorette gum two or three times, the patches once again, Wellbutrin, Chantix, lozenges, but nothing has worked until I tried refillable electronic cigarettes. In the past, the longest I was ever able to go without smoking was probably around two weeks, with the exception of quitting while pregnant. I started using a refillable electronic cigarette with 24 mg of nicotine. Within a month and a half I went down to 18 mg and plan to continue with my decrease in nicotine. It has been about three months now and I have only smoked about 10 cigarettes and that was in the first month. My cravings for cigarettes are relieved with the ejuice and I am now a non-smoker! I feel so much better now and I can breathe! I haven’t found any negative side-effects at all. I would recommend them to everyone who wants to quit smoking and hasn’t been able to.