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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

vape/coco vape?

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- Sun, 09 Sep 2018 21:25:13 EST dRd1V0ML No.4089
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is there any way to vape cheap without spending a shit load? i found coco vape pens for like 20 bucks and i found vape pods for it that are like 10 bucks for 4 of them.

i cant find the option anywhere else for those cheap vape pods and everything else is like 40-70 bucks for 4-5 of them? is there any way to do vaping without spending like 100 dollars over and over again?
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Charles Fongerdock - Thu, 20 Sep 2018 03:20:23 EST dRd1V0ML No.4108 Reply
>>4106
after researching i deduced that im going to just buy pods once in awhile when convienant and keep a bottle of juice or two next to my night stand and fill up the old pods. got about 12 pods in total now already
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Graham Secklestidge - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 09:31:24 EST TlQZP4cS No.4117 Reply
You can buy 100-120ml of 36mg unflavored nic online. If you want to die, get a bottle of 100mg, a bottle of VG/PG, and mix your own.

I smoke around $25 every two to three weeks, 60ml of 18mg, +1-3 atomizers. Buy a $15 battery every six-twelve months, and these were not the right batteries. Only my last vape I bought myself, the rest were hand-me-downs. Even that one was $35 or $45, included a new tank, and went above the watts I need. Later I broke the tank because I couldn't figure out how to get it apart.

For sputtering/splash, I've cut a hole in small bottles such as an old 30mg vape bottle, so the vape enters the bottle at a right angle and comes out the opening of the bottle. Clean it off with toilet paper and tweezers or rinse it out after it gets goopy or drippy. Don't cut your fingers
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Buttchugejuice - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 11:05:54 EST UrwVW9qC No.4119 Reply
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>>4089
I spent 100 on this setup and it's worth every penny

Voopoo mod
Falcon subohm tank with m1 coils

You get what you pay for. Things cant be too cheap or else you just put your life at risk

finding a 100% organic nic salt juice

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- Fri, 21 Sep 2018 04:18:15 EST dRd1V0ML No.4110
File: 1537517895128.jpg -(7724B / 7.54KB, 210x230) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. finding a 100% organic nic salt juice
this might sound incredibly jewish but i've been looking and i can't really find any completely organic brands im looking for.

i want a nic salt liquid that has no diacetyl, acetoin, acetyl prionyl, arsenic, cadmium, diethylene glycol and nitrosamines made with 100% organic certified vg, pure distilled water, and certified organic flavors

halo cigs boasts that they taste for all the following chemicals but on their site it doesn't say much about it it just says AP and diacetyl free and it only says it TESTS for these things doesn't say it doesn't exclude them and no pure vg. they also don't really seem to have any good flavors. i take it thats the best im going to get tho right?
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Fanny Greendale - Fri, 21 Sep 2018 04:33:39 EST dRd1V0ML No.4111 Reply
also halo cigs is having a 2 for 1 sale on all their juices if anyone wants to buy it. i got 2 30ml bottles for under 20 dollars including shipping
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Graham Secklestidge - Sun, 23 Sep 2018 08:52:48 EST TlQZP4cS No.4114 Reply
I've been to a house shop and gotten 100% VG 36mg nicotine. I've also bought little gas can looking things online for cheap, for a lot of ml.

As for "organic" how the hell is that supposed to work? Vegetable glycerin is processed from "soybeans and palm". Unless you're getting your vg from organic soybeans, which would drive it's cost through the roof, you're shit out of luck. I presume they use fertilizers on tobacco too. You'd need to find organic nicotine too. lel

CBD vaping

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- Wed, 19 Sep 2018 22:24:58 EST PoNAvAnC No.4107
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never thought I'd actually get into vaping, but here I am. tried out some CBD tinctures and found them to be beneficial, then I tried out a Johnny Apple 'Stem' pen and really liked the immediacy of vaping for getting CBD into my system.

I've got an Aspire Zelos 50watt kit on the way, a pack of spare 1.8ohm BVC coils, and a bottle of Koi CBD.

how did I do for a first buy? it seems like a MTL tank was the way to go for CBD vaping for not only the draw but low watts too.

>no icon after like two years

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- Tue, 18 Sep 2018 23:26:13 EST 6qBma3iU No.4105
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Health benefit to moderate vaping

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- Wed, 06 Jun 2018 23:25:47 EST SMvMcNLV No.4006
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Let's get this out of the way immediately, nicotine is a toxin too much of anything is a bad thing. But ever since I've started vaping my dieting has improved, I'm more motivated to exercise and I'm finding it easier to breathe since I'm doing deep breathing exercises all the time even when i'm not vaping. Not to mention my mental health which has eliminated my hot flashes of anger, my aforementioned mild depression and even taken away my alcohol cravings which was getting bad. Is it possible to call vaping at least in some cases a medical benefit?
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Martin Purringwore - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 15:02:46 EST qpAUZye0 No.4096 Reply
>>4006
Man there is always new tek coming out but at the same time it’s better to not trip over how vapelife is weed nation my m,man
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Nell Pickbanks - Sun, 16 Sep 2018 06:21:23 EST TmLtGJs6 No.4099 Reply
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>>4086
That study is done on cells on petri dishes
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Priscilla Crindlefon - Tue, 18 Sep 2018 17:42:24 EST dRd1V0ML No.4103 Reply
vaping already seems pretty healthy seeing as how the cotton in the mouthpiece never even turns yellow or brown but a couple drags off a cig and they would be. they also make healthy e juice so look into that. e juice made out of natural stuff has lavender oil and stuff like that in there and there's even juices that are meant to open nasal pasages and allow easier breathing and ones meant for relaxation and stuff. i can even provide a link if interested!

Free radical reducing flavor additives.

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- Sat, 01 Sep 2018 20:31:43 EST a9hdQZ9R No.4080
File: 1535848303265.jpg -(140563B / 137.27KB, 2048x2048) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Free radical reducing flavor additives.
What flavors reduce free radicals?
Some study I read said vanillin does. Anybody have a list that they maybe compiled on their own that they could share? I cant find any kind of list with the good flavors.
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James Popperford - Fri, 07 Sep 2018 10:11:33 EST r/tfhgVn No.4087 Reply
>>4080
why are you trying to reduce free radicals?
but anything that acts as an antioxidant would work
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James Gangerbury - Tue, 11 Sep 2018 12:17:53 EST az50jAiJ No.4093 Reply
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>>4087
Just trying to include them in my mixes.
Black tea is currently my favorite flavor to add to like everything soooooo goood
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Martin Purringwore - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 14:56:06 EST qpAUZye0 No.4094 Reply
>>4087
Idunno but black tea plus vanillin seems nice

Cannabis flavored ejuice

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- Wed, 29 Aug 2018 07:56:13 EST Iw3ek0cZ No.4071
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Anyone have a good link on e juice that taste like dank weed smells
I want like Dutch treat flavor or sour d

CBD Full Spectrum E-Liquid

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- Mon, 23 Jul 2018 13:17:53 EST bPCf8BwT No.4037
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Hello /Vape/ I am painfully new to vapes and trying to figure all this shit out.
Think i got a decent enough vape for now, but im looking for a good liquid.

What i want is a full spectrum CBD vape juice that has all the terpenes and good stuff from specific weed strains, just minus any THC. I want to enjoy the effects of Purple Haze, Durban Poison or Trainwreck through cbd vape juice. Most simply say they use " industrial hemp" which doesn't sound appealing.

Do they exist? Websites are overwhelming me with information but never seem to have this info or i just cannot find it. Sorry if this has been asked countless times before, i read to page 11 looking for something like this but didn't find it. If it does exist im blind forgive me.
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Doris Hinningpidge - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 20:55:53 EST hddlVI2C No.4042 Reply
>>4039
They just isolate the CBD from the hemp then add in terpenes that were either produced in a lab or extracted from some other source and add in the percentages of those terpenes that match the percentages they find in various strains of cannabis, they don't extract the terpenes themselves from cannabis because that would ruin the cannabis and be stupid expensive.
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Beast - Thu, 26 Jul 2018 03:43:27 EST WnWLors+ No.4044 Reply
I'm not sure precisely how they do it. When someone makes concentrates (wax/dabs/hash) typically all the plant alkaloids (along with terps) is stripped along with it.

It is possible that they are reintroducing the terps from leftover plant material.

I have heard about concentrate hash processes reintroducing the terps which to the end product for added flavor so it may be something along these lines with reclaim


I've tried the Sour Diesel and it echoes it in some small way but KEEP IN MIND. These Terp CBD liquids have LESS CBD than regular plain "jane" oil.

One from green roads I got at $5 more (in store) was 66% less potent than a bottle of CBD from their website and no one is carrying the regular CBD where I live. (it's the same company and their factory is in CO springs so I do trust it and it feels like it's supposed to.

I would say it's NOT worth the price.
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George Cheffingdale - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 15:00:31 EST ksuzp77o No.4061 Reply
>>4037
Unless you are in a legal state, CBD e-liquid is usually snake oil (no proof of CBD content, often very low or close to zero which is not enough for medicinal purposes)

Just buy some cbd hemp bud online and use it in a dry herb vape or smoke it, or make oils/tinctures from it, at least this way you can be sure you aren't getting ripped off

non-milk based brands?

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- Tue, 10 Jul 2018 13:58:26 EST 8WKkizfh No.4024
File: 1531245506337.jpg -(107348B / 104.83KB, 740x960) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. non-milk based brands?
i just crushed my last pack of smokes and bought my first vape, the smok mag 225w, just so i can look extra douchy while partaking in this douchy hobby. got some aftermarket coils and a charger too. cigs just dont do it for me anymore; i bought a carton last month and its lasted me till now, the last pack in the carton's gotten stale and dry and tastes like ass and dry shit mixed with more ass. figured that means i'm at the stopping point for that nasty hobby and i have no interest in blowing more money on them.

so now i'm gonna blow my money on vape shit. i cant stand the idea of vaping churros or cake batter flavor, a couple of my friends keep insisting i try some fucking cannoli and ice cream flavors and i just ain't into it, all of that sweet stuff just sounds disgusting and pretty gay imo. sweetest ill go is maybe something fruity like mango or blue raspberry. what are some good non-milk based brands i could look into?

pic unrelated
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Emma Gimblespear - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 14:53:18 EST prFD03UJ No.4055 Reply
>>4045
Howcome they ruin your coils so quick? I usually do bakery or cereal flavors and I get three weeks out of my coils, been using the aspire cleito for like 3 years now and just upgraded to the pro with mesh coils recently.
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Shit Nindlefoot - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 20:41:17 EST TFl7iiAZ No.4057 Reply
>>4055
>>4045
Surely you guys are talking about prebuilt coils right? I don't replace my coils until it's been like 2-3 months (and I'm feeling a need to install coils). Usually when I'm replacing the cotton I just clean the coils by heating and soaking them in a bit of water.
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Priscilla Bangerkatch - Wed, 15 Aug 2018 13:30:36 EST prFD03UJ No.4059 Reply
>>4057
Yes.
I'm too lazy to build my own, same reason I don't just roll my own cigs. It's just a nicotine source for me, not too interested in the hobby aspect.

best vape

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- Tue, 01 May 2018 19:20:50 EST 7YL1bHdn No.3943
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whats the best vape in the 100 dollar price range for people that smoke around 0.5g of weed daily?
asking for a friend.:^)
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William Gingerfuck - Mon, 13 Aug 2018 13:17:08 EST 9YMS/wf/ No.4053 Reply
>>3990
yeah i bought it now and im super stoked about it.
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Emma Gimblespear - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 15:35:52 EST prFD03UJ No.4056 Reply
Anything that meets the specs you require/desire. I.e. something that gives you the wattage you want, is the size and shape you want, and has the battery situation you want (built in battery, single battery, double vattery, triple, etc...

Just stick with ones that are well built physically. Good brands like wismec.

For a tank, get an Aspire Cleito or Cleito Pro. .4 ohm coils at 50 watts is good or .15 ohm coils at 60 watts is p good.

Otherwise yeah your local shops will help you out.

cleaning RTA RDA RBTA

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- Tue, 17 Jul 2018 05:56:43 EST rUPmxvPQ No.4030
File: 1531821403916.jpg -(81327B / 79.42KB, 900x508) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. cleaning RTA RDA RBTA
Who has found the best way to clean them.
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Phoebe Clellymark - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 17:50:13 EST 32imJlxv No.4041 Reply
I don't use an RDA personally, but I've heard multiple times that you just heat up the coils almost red hot and scrape off the excess gunk. After that process (maybe rinse and repeat once or twice) your coils should look like the pic posted.
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Basil Bunham - Fri, 10 Aug 2018 14:38:46 EST TFl7iiAZ No.4051 Reply
Basically what the other anon said. Remove cotton, rinse it with a couple of drops of water to remove the extra juice sitting on the bottom by then tilting the mod/rta. Then heat it up until red hot, take your finger off the button, and immerse it in cold water. Repeat twice or thrice or whatever. All the gunk falls off and it's p much brand new.

Have 2 RDAs I clean once a month like this. Replace coils one every 2-3 months although I don't even need to. Just for the fun of it and using different coils.
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Cornelius Grimshaw - Tue, 14 Aug 2018 07:28:04 EST gqLrnSQ8 No.4054 Reply
I've got a little metallic brush that I put a drop of water on. Heat up the coils a but then brush.

Bump While Vaping

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- Thu, 28 Jun 2018 11:18:51 EST Ev12y1xy No.4017
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I wondered why there was no "bump while" thread here, and I figure it's because you're all like me - face strapped to your vape gone oxygen tank mode all day.

But what you vaping on?
New piece?
How massive are the stormclouds?

BWV
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Augustus Cluffinghog - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 22:02:42 EST +/G84tvI No.4023 Reply
I got the new myblu pod system it sucks but the promotion made it a buck. It is 24mg nicotine free base though unlike some of the others, flavor is ass. it would still do if the shit laws passed. all i care about is not smoking cigs again. still have sourin air still have my kroma-a for them clouds
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Edward Beshfoot - Wed, 18 Jul 2018 22:47:52 EST kV0/WkWx No.4033 Reply
>>4022
she either smells like potpourri or shit

X2O STARTER KIT

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- Fri, 06 Jul 2018 02:03:24 EST vX+NAVLz No.4020
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Hey boys, Canadian here... used to post on /tobacco/ 8some years ago now I'm posting here.

I bought a X2O starter kit vape pen about a month ago. Along with a local, immediately available 30ml bottle of 12mg nicotine golden brown coloured "hazelnut tobacco" e-juice (signature series it says???).

Are you guys familiar with the X2O product? It uses a replaceable dual coil. I have been basically puffing on a burnt out coil for 2 weeks now as it took 2 weeks for the first juice (rated 75VG on the bottle) I ever chose to create that burning throat sensation and whatnot, I pushed through it for a month+ total waiting for it to get worse hoping that my coil hadn't been burnt out 2 weeks in, seeing as I started vaping for the cost reasons before the health reasons. I mean, the cost of ejuice is promising but having to replace the coil for optimal vaping every 2 weeks kind of negates that, doesn't it?

Anyway I have this X2O vape pen and a spare tank and coil (with FREE INCLUDED EXYRA dual coil) paid for. Basically I'm wondering if any of you could tell me compatible coils that will work in this thing (preferably from Aspire or something super common) because it's a pain to find replacement coils locally without paying out the ass. Also, I'm wondering if I should switch to a different pen all together and if you could recommend a similar one.

p.s. as I do research it occurs to me I'm also wondering if the fact it's 75VG has anything to do with this burn out problem, I don't think my vape has a coil significant enough to handle 75VG for any amount of time, so switching to a 50/50 juice is probably fairly significantly better, right? I got into vaping for health benefits and cost benefits... 30ml of juice for $20 lasts a month? THAT'S A DAMN SIGHT BETTER THAN SMOKING. Except I also have to buy (rare) coils, which people locally are selling 5 packs of for $26~ when you can buy them online for $12.

I'M GOING TO A PROPER VAPE SHOP TOMORROW TO BUY SOME MENTHOL E-JUICE, TAKING MY PEN TO SEE IF THEY CAN FIND A COIL THEY SELL THAT'S COMPATIBLE, ANY TIPS? OR SHOULD I JUST BUY A DIFFERENT COIL THAT IS PREVALENT AND STANDARD? OR CHOCK UP BIG stallion BUCKS FOR A MOD WHICH I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT?

fuck I just wanna inhale nicotine without too much hassle or cost what do
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Cyril Pegglefuck - Sun, 08 Jul 2018 15:15:19 EST ZcCj6RnB No.4021 Reply
>>4020
Looka like a peice of shit. Go get a smok stick for like $40 while youre at the store. Also, 2 weeks is pretty good life for a coil fwiw.
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Beast - Thu, 26 Jul 2018 03:56:25 EST WnWLors+ No.4046 Reply
>>4021
Coils shouldn't cost much and neither should juice. Pack of smokes costs $5 and I spent at least $100/month on smokes.

I use Aspire K2 which is a small pen like yours. Coils could last a 1-3 weeks (changing flavors a bunch or sugary juices run through it faster)

A new coil costs $3 at shop...$5-12/month on coils?!? how is that not cheaper?

Can order packs from china (5 pack) for like 5 so that's $1/coil and you can change every 5 days.


Juice you should order online as well. No sense paying full market cuttwood prices.

Cheapest, chinkiest, Temp Control vape mod

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- Wed, 31 Jan 2018 23:24:17 EST 3JjgCnhv No.3812
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Hey /vape/, I need a vessel in which to insert powdered drugs (mainly, 2-FMA and other stims but would like to experiment with whatever I can, maybe DMT at some point etc.) and aerosolize them for the purpose of inhalation and subsequent intoxication.

It seems different compounds have different vaporization points, most typically lower than nicotine and PG/VG, and combustion points within a tight range not far above that. So I'd like something simple with a temperature control, and preferably as much modularity as possible for switching out coils when they burn out (much quicker than if I was using regular nicotine juice), for easily available, similarly cheap ass coils.

I already have some eGo gear from years back when I tried vaping, like a couple Aspire K1 BVC atomizers, but I think a lot of ego stuff doesn't have flexibility in temp control, so idk.

From some research I have read that subohm coils seem to work well for vaping powders. Which seems weird to me, since wouldn't those typically burn hotter, and that's what I'm trying to avoid? But maybe it's due to the increased vapor production over higher ohm setups, which would spread heat more evenly among the vaporizing liquids. If anyone can explain better to help me understand, it'd be appreciated.

Anyway. Are there any half decent ego mods that would fit these needs, or should I go with a box mod? I even thought about a dripping setup but I'm a brainlet and that seems complicated and a bit unnecessary...although I do kind of like the idea of dialing in my dose by being able to drop a controlled amount of liquid at a time, rather than just crushing up a half gram of <drug> at a time and letting it sit in a couple mL's of juice all the time, whereby then I'd assume I'd have a harder time titrating my dose and knowing when to stop. Are there any not-complete-shit, but still relatively disposable starter kits out there under like $40, but preferably as dirt cheap as possible?
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Nigel Turveywater - Mon, 12 Mar 2018 22:53:37 EST Dt+2kYde No.3861 Reply
>>3835
try with fresh zero mg juice, sometimes drugs cause the nicotine to decompose or something similar quickly causing a horrible burnt taste and unpleasant throat hit and blackened appearance,
I only know this to be true with meth when mixed with vape juice containing nicotine but I think its possible for other drugs to do the same thing
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Basil Baggleham - Fri, 16 Mar 2018 23:55:48 EST 3JjgCnhv No.3872 Reply
>>3861
No shit? Why in the world? I'd love to know even a guesstimate of an explanation of why chemically that would happen.

But yeah that was old as FUCK juice, with super high nicotine, I couldn't even puff on it for more than a couple seconds to get a solid hit. Also as I recall for a few days after, the back upper corners of my gums were inflamed. I feel like the 2-fma might've been caustic.

I might try again at some point, with some non-5-years-old, nicotine-free juice. Also thinking >>3860 may be right, not sure if any amphetamine analogue will work well in an ejuice solution. Meth, as far as the molecule goes at least, seems absolutely made by God himself to be put through a vape. But I just don't think I'm willing to go down the meth road. Already bad enough with even 2fma, I already used my 2g bag in less than 1.5 months :(
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Rebecca Pittfuck - Tue, 24 Jul 2018 17:24:12 EST bXUCxVtq No.4040 Reply
i know this may be trivial, but did you make sure ur juice properly soaked in before you toked?

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