I am constantly trying to evolve the Vapors digest.
Every week we are working on new ways to bring you the best content on vaping. Sometimes that means news stories and new legislation, but recently we wanted to start adding in product reviews to our list.
It is important that people know what is new, what new products are being released and how these products are being perceived by the general public. Also, we want to keep you up to date with events and conventions across the country. Over time this will continue to evolve and we will nail down the best way to provide everyone with all this information.
In the meantime, let’s get to it!
Aster Total by Eleaf is an all-in-one Dedicated to Beginners
Aster Total is an e-cigarette kit whose very usable format places it between the box and the tube. The tank is integrated to the body with a capacity of 3.2 ml. In integrated battery has an autonomy of 1600 mAh and delivers 25 W continuously. With resistance coils of 1.1 Ω, this set offers to beginners very reasonable comfort and safety of use.
Vaping laws leaves customers looking for other options
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Strict state regulations for e-liquid manufacturers that took effect in July may be causing customers to look elsewhere for their product.
The Lafayette Journal and Courier (http://on.jconline.com/2jkMW7Q ) reports that the Indiana law requires e-liquids sold by state vendors to be produced at facilities that meet more stern security guidelines. So far, only one company, Lafayette-based Mulhaupt’s Inc., meets those Indiana mandates.
Patients should be allowed to vape in hospitals to encourage people to quit smoking, a lobby group has said.
The Irish Vape Vendors Association (IVVA), which represents e-cigarette sellers, said that forcing people to use their devices alongside smokers in designated areas away from hospitals was creating the impression that the products are as damaging for health as tobacco.
Public health experts in Britain have called for a relaxation of rules around vaping in hospitals and a number of hospital trusts in Scotland and England have reversed bans.
The Health Service Executive has banned vaping in its buildings and on hospital campuses since 2014.
Gillian Golden, spokeswoman for the IVVA, claimed there was a lack of joined-up thinking in the HSE’s approach to smoking cessation.