Smoking Vs. Vaping: Eradicating the Myths


I’ve been reaching out to new vapers on my last few posts and what better way to clear the air for our newbie friends by sharing this very educational video from Purplebox.

Maybe I’m feeling nostalgic, but for some reason I find myself going back to when I first started vaping.

Vaping for me was something new and exciting. I started vaping around 2013. People’s mood towards vaping was different as well.

Back then, e-cigarettes were looked at as a healthier alternative to smoking. I remember people complimenting me on quitting smoking. Other smokers would ask me all sorts of questions on how I got into vaping.

But it seems now that public opinion on vaping has changed quite dramatically. Some people actually believe that vaping is more dangerous than smoking!

You might be in that situation where you are torn between choosing vaping over smoking. You want to quit smoking, but all the nasty things you’ve seen on the news about vaping makes you think otherwise.

I never had this problem because I knew how toxic and poisonous cigarettes were to my body and eventually I would get sick if I continued with this bad habit.

There are a lot of myths regarding vaping that were propped up by the Big Tobacco funded mainstream media to discourage people from vaping and stick to smoking. This is what I believe.

So it’s great when a video like this comes around to give the real deal on the vape culture.

Thank you once again to Steve of Purplebox for providing this video. Please make sure to check his site for more goodies!


Author: Mr. Long Drag

Former smoker turned vaper since 2013. I blog about questions that I and others might have about vaping. All I can say is it's a better alternative to cigarettes, nicotine gum, patches or medication, no matter what the Big Tobacco backed media says!

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