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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 have been smoking for just about almost 10 years. i began smoking when i was 16 years old, falling into the cool thing to do. upon turning 18 i entered service in the US Army, where tobacco products are quite common place. I smoked and dipped for just over 4 years when i was in the service at a pace of just over a pack a day of camel lights, camel filters, Marlboro lights and reds, as well as Copenhagen straight and skoal straight for dipping at about a can every day or two. upon leaving the service at age 22, i returned home and continued smoking 1-2 packs a day, with only occasional use of dip. that continued from age 22 to late 25. in march of 2013 i placed my order for my first electronic cigarette, an ego type setup with clearomizers recommended to me by a friend that quit smoking similarly. i took it up quite easily and naturally, purchasing some more mods and tank type add ons, as well as using 6mg/mL liquids of delicious varieties. the flavor options were a large draw along with my girlfriend turned wife being very pleased. upon settling on a provari and cartotanks, i have been smoke free since late april/early may using 3-6 mg/mL fluids. 1 month of use of ego batteries with clearos and a transition to a better device was all it took for me to ditch a 10 year old bad habit. a government has no right to dictate to it’s people what addictions are acceptable and which are not. coffee, caffeine, alcohol, and MSG are commonplace every which way.