Is it bad to use high nicotine e-juice?

Nicotine is a highly addictive component with both – the ability to relax and stimulate individuals. Most users state that it helps elevating their mood, assists their alertness and calms them down when necessary. It can be stated that nicotine has a high effect on the user’s moods. However, studies show that nicotine is not cancerous as a standalone component. Cigarettes have other components like tar and chemical substances that cause illness and diseases. Even then, the main cause of addiction to tobacco usage is nicotine itself and can be difficult to let go off.

This is also the reason why in recent years, technologists and doctors have tried to come up with alternatives to tobacco. The best one that, by far, gives most smokers the feeling of smoking while taking tobacco away from the equation altogether, is vape mods.

Vape mods use a chemical compound that, when heated, releases vapor, carrying nicotine that is inhaled. Different users use varying levels of nicotine in their e-juice. Many even question the quantity of nicotine, which is considered safe and the quantity that can be deemed dangerous.

Honestly, as explained in the above passage, nicotine does not constitute major health hazards, but is extremely addictive. Hence, it is safe to say that the usage of nicotine in e-juices, depends on the user and their physical dependency on nicotine.

Of course, too much of anything would be considered bad, and the eventual goal is perhaps to quit smoking altogether. E-juices make it easier to cut down, by removing your dependency towards cancerous elements in cigarettes. So if you are currently using high nicotine e-juice and are worried, don’t bother yourself too much. You have a better chance to cut down, as you can use lower levels of nicotine e-liquid each time.

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