6 Things to Tell Someone When You Recommend Vaping to Them

Is there someone in your life who you think could benefit from vaping? Maybe they have been trying to quit smoking for years now without any success and you believe vaping could be the answer for them. Or maybe they have been talking about vaping for months now but are too afraid to pull the trigger because they are intimidated by the process of buying vaping products.

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Whatever the case may be, we know that there are plenty of people out there, both vapers and non-vapers alike, who want to recommend vaping to someone but don’t necessarily know how to do it. Of course, you shouldn’t try to force someone to vape if they don’t feel comfortable doing it, but there are some simple ways that you can talk to someone about vaping to show them the positive aspects of it without putting any pressure on them.

If you are currently thinking about recommending vaping to someone, here are 6 things you can tell them to help get them started. Whether they take your advice and start vaping or not, everyone could benefit from learning about vaping a little bit more and understanding what it’s all about…

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1. There are starter kits that make it easy to, well, get started.

One of the things that new vapers worry about when they first get involved with vaping is picking out the right equipment. While experienced vapers can tell you the ins and outs of different set-ups, beginners aren’t sure what they need, and in some cases, that can lead to them purchasing a set-up that is, quite frankly, out of their league.

The good news for beginners is that there are starter kits that are specifically designed for those who are just getting started, and it’s a good idea to use them initially. A person will probably outgrow their first e-cigarette pretty quickly and want something more advanced, but initially, don’t go too big too soon.

You should let a beginner know about some of the starter kits that are available, and if they’re still unsure about what to get, have them visit a local vape shop to get some advice. Shops like Aspen Valley Vapes are more than willing to speak with people about what kind of set-up they should start out with.

2. Finding your favorite e-juices is part of the fun.

Once a person has picked out an e-cigarette to use, the next challenge is picking out a few e-juices. There are literally hundreds and hundreds of them out there, and you can pick whatever you think you might like based on your specific taste.

If you prefer sweet flavors, there is no shortage of them. If custard is more your thing, there are e-juices designed to meet your needs. Half the fun of picking out e-juices is experimenting with them until you find several that you want to use all the time. There’s no need to get overwhelmed by the selection process.

3. Those vaping studies you’ve heard about probably aren’t true.

So let’s say you’re trying to convince someone to give vaping a try and they respond by saying, “But wait, haven’t studies shown that vaping is bad for you?” This is a common belief among those who haven’t vaped in the past. They believe some of the misleading studies that are out there about how vaping can be bad for your health.

Many of these studies might suggest the potential health risks associated with vaping, but none of them are definitive in nature. At this point, researchers have been unable to pinpoint the exact health benefits and risks associated with vaping, and there’s a good chance that it will be years before they do it.

So if someone asks you about those studies, tell them they need to do more reading up on the subject of vaping before they make snap judgments about it. There is definitely more than enough information out there to research.

4. There are simple ways to prevent problems with your e-cigarette’s battery.

One of the other concerns that many new vapers have is that the media has paid extra close attention to stories about e-cigarette batteries malfunctioning over the last year or so. It seems like there’s a news story about an e-cigarette battery exploding or catching on fire every other day.

What the media often leaves out, though, is that e-cigarette battery problems can be avoided. In order to do it, all you need to do research how to care for your battery and make sure that you take good care of it. User error is often to blame for battery issues, so if a person is willing to take the proper steps to avoid them, they shouldn’t run into the problems that are being reported on a regular basis.

5. You don’t have to use nicotine when you vape.

There are plenty of people, including beginners, who turn to vaping because they want to get a nicotine fix without smoking cigarettes. It’s one of the draws of using an e-cigarette and e-juices. But there are people out there who want to vape without using nicotine, and they need to know that they have the option of using e-juices without nicotine in them.

They also have the option of using different nicotine levels when they vape. Whether they are used to getting a lot of nicotine and want to start off with a high level like 12mg or 18mg or they are trying to scale back on nicotine and they want 3mg or 6mg, they can control how much or how little nicotine they get when they vape.

There are also some studies that have shown that nicotine could actually carry some health benefits with it. So before someone discounts nicotine because they think it’s bad, they should take the time to get to know more about it.

6. The vaping community will welcome you with open arms.

One of the best parts about the vaping community is that it is very tight-knit and inclusive. It really doesn’t matter if you have been vaping for a day, a year, or a decade. As long as you are respectful and want to get to know more about vaping, the community will welcome you in and guide you along as you gain more experience.

Far too often, beginners are intimidated by the vaping community and think that they won’t be welcomed in as we just suggested. So if you are recommending vaping to someone, show them otherwise. Visit a vape shop with them or let them browse through one of the many online vaping forums.

It won’t be long before they see why so many people have turned to vaping and become active members of the community. And they’ll thank you for recommending vaping to them.

One thought on “6 Things to Tell Someone When You Recommend Vaping to Them

  1. Chance says:

    I think the most important part an ecig plays for a smoker, is replicating the feel of a drag. All smokers cough a lot when they first try so somethong about mouth tto lung might be helpful

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