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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 was a smoker for 19 years. I smoked a pack a day (sometimes more). I started smoking when I was 11. The only time I quit, was when I learned I was pregnant. I quit until my son turned 1, and I got a divorce… I always viewed smoking as a passive self destruction habit. When I got upset, I passively hurt my body by smoking. I coughed up brown/green stuff for YEARS… When I decided I wanted to quit smoking, I found that it was harder than I thought. One of the first things I tried was Chantix. Never in my life have I come so close to taking my own life, than when I was taking that horrible poison. After researching it – it turned out MANY people had suicidal thoughts, and some even went through with it… I was starting to think that I’d never quit, although I knew that I really needed to. When I learned about the electronic cigarette, I was skeptical, but still willing to try it. The day that I got my electronic cigarette was the last day I had a cigarette! I quit smoking in May of 2012. Since then, I can breath better, I no longer cough up disgusting looking mucus from my lungs, and I have tapered myself down on the nicotine. The thought that someone will begin regulating my electronic cigarettes is infuriating! Isn’t it bad enough that NY City has regulated the size of sodas… Come on, really?!? By making the bottle smaller, it’s supposed to help with the obesity problem? That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard! How about EDUCATING people on proper diets? Or giving incentives for those restaurants that provide HEALTHY foods, not all of the processed crap that people run to (and some, run from). I think that most electronic cigarette users research quite extensively before they jump into the e-cig world. We want to know that what we put in our bodies is not going to be worse that what we are currently using (those that still smoke). I know that I spent hours and hours checking out the juice. I make my own, so I don’t have to worry about juice being imported from China. Nicotine is a poison – so is caffeine! Allow the people to research, and decide for themselves what they chose to put in their bodies. I feel like the this is just another ploy to take away my civil rights. I pay taxes on the items I use to make my juice – isn’t that enough? My health has improved dramatically! All because I cut out the 200+ carcinogens that were in cigarettes. Nicotine is NOT a carcinogen. Had it not been for my electronic cigarette, I’d still be smoking. I hope the next generating of smokers has the same liberties that I had when I got mine. This worked for me. It worked because it was easy, and I had the control in my own hands… Let others benefit from that control as well. Isn’t the goal to get people to quit smoking? Or is it to impose a huge tax on it so agencies can make a profit? I guess we’re going to find out….