Nicotine free Feellife Golden Leaf(Gold Leaf) E LIQUID from Tobacco Series By Feellife
An appreciable concentrate on its own as well as in gourmet recipe, which requires a sufficient maturation time.
This flavor contains tobacco absolute and extract.
Capacity: 10ml,15ml, 30ml, 60ml, 120ml
Nicotine Strength: 0mg/g, 8mg/g, 12mg/g, 18mg/g, 24mg/g
Ingredients: Herbal extract/Glycerol/ Propylene glycol/Flavorings/Nicotine
Bottle type: Child proof cap
Package: top-grade plastic package
Certificates: TUV, MSDS, JRFL, ISO, FDA, GMP, SGS
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Feellife free nicotine Golden Leaf(Gold Leaf) E LIQUID from tobacco series
Feellife 10ml nicotine Golden Leaf(Gold Leaf) E LIQUID strength 8mg from tobacco series
Feellife 30ml nicotine Golden Leaf(Gold Leaf) E juice strength12mg from tobacco series
Feellife 60ml nicotine Golden Leaf(Gold Leaf) E LIQUID strength 16mg from tobacco series
Feellife 30ml nicotine Golden Leaf(Gold Leaf) E LIQUID strength 18mg from tobacco series
Feellife 30ml nicotine Djarum Super Golden Leaf(Gold Leaf) EJUICE strength 24mg from tobacco series
We want to create the best Tobacco Series e-Liquids possible. Here is our classic Tobacco Series Range: the finest, premium quality, all-natural and pharmaceutically approved ingredients. This is the reason why we are known worldwide for our first-class products.
All e-Liquids undergo independent quality control and are GCC and TPD compliant, with many international certificates. Our production line uses only high-quality and environmentally friendly ingredients. In order to encompass the best flavours possible, we obtain from raw fruit extracts and genuine tobacco extracts. The ingredients used in our products promote the precise taste and natural elements which is to define our Silver Label flavours.
Feellife uses only high-quality and environment-friendly ingredients that are free of harmful substances.
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Molecular technology secures natural extracts
High-quality pharmaceutical grade solvents
Natural flavour extracts
Fully TPD Compliant
Huge range of flavours
Since set up in 2009, FEELLiFE has focused on the research and development and production of e-liquid, rapidly developed into the top global e-liquid OEM manufacturer, providing high-quality e-liquid products for many well-known e-liquid brands all over the world.
With modern international standard factory, pharmaceutical grade dust-free workshop and assembly line, FEELLiFE make sure every bottle of e-liquid to meet the requirements of high quality.
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Recent Study Compares the Reward Value of Vaping and Smoking
The study which was published in Nicotine and Tobacco Research last week, was carried out by assessing the responses of fifty-four dual users, therefore participants who use both e-cigarettes and the regular combustible kind. The researchers used the Choice-Behavior-Under-Cued-Conditions (CBUCC) procedure, to examine cue-specific reactions to tobacco and e-cigarettes with a primary focus on evaluating the relative reward value of both.
The participants were exposed to a lit tobacco cigarette, their own e-cigarette, or a cup of water across multiple trials. In each trial, they were asked to rate their craving for all three items and indicate the amount of money they would be willing to spend to have access access to them. “Key measures included craving, amount of money spent to access the cue, latency to access the cue, spending choice time, and consumption.” highlighted the study Abstract.
The data collected indicated that the respondents craved cigarettes and e-cigarettes more than water and would spend significantly more on them. Interestingly the participants displayed the same level of cue-specific craving towards cigarettes and e-cigarettes, however they were willing to spend significantly more to have access to cigarettes than to e-cigarettes.
“Overall, the data suggest that e-cigarette puffs are less valued and generate less craving than tobacco cigarette puffs for dual users,” concluded the study.
PATH study had indicated that e-cigs are less addictive
In line with this, data released in 2017 by researchers from Penn State College of Medicine, had indicated that vapers are less dependent on their electronic devices, than smokers are on combustible cigarettes.
The study which was funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Center for Tobacco Products, consisted of an ongoing national survey of tobacco use of over 30,000 participants comprised of both young and mature adults.
The research had indicated that vapers tend to use their products later in the morning after waking up, in comparison to smokers. Additionally vapers were also found to have less cravings, found it easier to refrain from using the products in restricted areas, and were less likely to consider themselves as addicts.
UK: Vaping Stigmatized Despite Local Campaigns
Following a 12-day academic visit to Queen Mary College in London, Dr Roberto Sussman, a Senior Researcher in Physics from the National University of Mexico (UNAM) pointed out that even all the way back in Mexico, “the positive effects of health policies in the UK endorsing e-cigarettes as a substitute for smoking are widely known.”
However, he added, his experience in London showed him that despite this, there is still a stigma surrounding vaping. “I found it very disappointing that even with vaping being embraced by health authorities, the story is completely different when it comes to perception in public and private social areas, especially indoors.
“I understand that clouds are inconvenient to many non-smokers, but I still felt that permission to vape (whenever granted) was a gracious concession rather than a recognition of the hard, scientific fact that harms from second hand vapor are close to nil,” said Sussman.
More vaping areas are needed
The researcher found that many people in London still associate vaping with smoking, and that although he understands that second hand vapor may annoy non-vapers, e-cigarette users should not be confined to using their safer alternatives in smoking rooms. “Disgust with clouds is an inconvenience, not a health threat. So, why are there not far more vaping lounges or areas in pubs and in airports, for example? Or policies that welcome considerate vaping? Would this not be more consistent with declared public health policies?”
Dr. Sussman thinks that the next step is for authorities to work at changing the public’s thwarted perception towards vaping. “The possibility to eliminate stigma, to be able to socialise comfortably while vaping (rather than being forced outdoors) is essential if a public health policy which encourages harm reduction is to succeed. Telling a smoker “your health will improve, and you will likely live 10 more years” is an abstract proposition because harms from smoking usually take decades to materialise.”
“Telling a smoker “you can vape in some comfortable indoor spaces because your vaping poses no risks to bystanders”, is a much better approach which could lead to many more smokers trying e-cigarettes and eventually switching as a result.” he added.
The researcher added that despite the health policies endorsing vaping, he still found many restrictions that cannot “be justified on medical or scientific grounds, and that his impression was that most UK nationals still perceive vaping as a form of smoking. “Also, most people still believe that nicotine is carcinogenic,” he added.
More vaping campaigns are needed
In line with the above, public health experts have long been arguing that the public is still misinformed about the relative risks of vaping. Last year, the All-Party Parliamentary Group for e-cigarettes (APPG) released a report highlighting the “misinformation” and “mixed messages” circulating about e-cigarettes, whilst urging the government to take action by amongst other things, reviewing vaping regulations.
In line with Dr. Sussman’s arguments, the parliamentarians referred to the research available in favour of e-cigarettes whilst emphasizing that there is a consensus amongst several health groups such Public Health England (PHE), and Cancer Research UK (CRUK), that vaping products are significantly safer than regular cigarettes. The report added that despite this, there is a widespread impression amongst the public that the devices are as harmful as combustible cigarettes.
“The positive public health message regarding vaping has up to now been failing to get across to the UK’s remaining 7.6 million smokers. The Public Health England campaign was a welcome change and has had an obvious effect, but it needs to be sustained, not just a one off,” said Chairman of the group, Rugby MP Mark Pawsey at the time.