NJOY Electronic Cigarette review

Okay,so I mainly did this review to let everyone know that you are more likely to quit smoking cigs with a mod such as an ego twist or something like it than with a traditional ecig from cheap gas station type to the expensive stuff online. dont waste your money, or your hopes on it. get a mod!
BTW-After I recorded this review, the ecig died. shortest lasting ecig EVER!
Secondly, yes I went a bit silly with the video editing,& no this will NOT be the norm for my vids, I just had to have a lil fun with this one for obvious reasons.

Electronic Vapor Kits are Making People Believers Around the World

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A 50 person study shows these new personal vaporizers a great alternative for people looking to finally quit. This research was conducted on people ranging from the ages of 24 – 65 and was carried out over the course of 4 weeks. The breakthrough personal vaporizer used for this study was a 2 piece model with the atomizer built into each re-fill cartridge. This technology is brand new and has only been around for the past 1 year. These newer version 2.0 eco friendly products produce a much greater volume of vapor which gives the user the same exact look, taste, and feel of puffing on the real thing. The conclusion was that over 80% of the participants actually claimed that this particular model was an effective aid to quit.

Personal Vaporizer Benefits

Looks, tastes, and feel just like the real thing.
No tar, carbon monoxide, or ash.
Cartridges cost less than $ 2 and are equal to a full pack.
You can save over $ 1,000 each year.
You won’t “smell” like an ash-tray any longer.
Cartridges come in different strengths and flavors.
Recommended by many doctors and dentists.
Does not yellow or stain your teeth.

There has also been a lot of buzz over the TV and Internet over this amazing new product. Four very well known doctors, from the popular TV show “The Doctors”, a US syndicated TV show, have shared great insight with us on this same topic, and it was featured as one of their top 10 key health trends for 2010.

Many big name celebrities have also turned to electronic vapor kits as an effective way to quit. Some just use it because they can get away with it indoors, just like Charlie Sheen did during a live show in Canada. Sheen loved the product so much that he has started his own brand which will be available later on this year called ‘NicoSheen.’ Other celebrities who are avid fans include leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp, Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, and Katherine Heigl who showed off her vapor kit live on the Late Show with David Letterman on national television.

Thousands of people around the world have quit using e-vapor kits, and with constant advances in technology this new 2 piece advanced model is by far the best product available on today’s market to give you the best chance to quit. It offers the most vapor per puff taken as well as longer lasting cartridges, a longer battery life, and the same look and feel as the real thing. This is the main reason why so many people have embraced this brand. The company behind this product is currently offering a limited time free trial promotion of their revolutionary new starter kit while supplies last.

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Cigarette and Tobacco Product Manufacturing in Australia Industry Market Research Report Now Updated by IBISWorld

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Although Cigarette and Tobacco Product Manufacturing in Australia is restricted to two companies, heavy government regulation results in extremely fierce competition. According to IBISWorld industry analyst Spencer Little, “Demand for cigarettes has declined over the past five years due to rising health concerns, frequent anti-smoking campaigns, increasing regulation and higher excise taxes.” As a result, industry revenue is estimated to fall at a compound annual 0.8% over the five years through 2014-15. Revenue is forecast to drop by 3.8% in 2014-15 to reach $ 1.8 billion. Smoking tobacco has been proven to cause a range of health issues such as lung cancer, throat cancer and respiratory diseases. Industry products therefore cannot be advertised and must be sold in plain packaging that includes health warnings. Excise taxes, which are excluded from the industry’s cost structure, have risen over the past five years. However, profitability has increased over this period, as manufacturers have been able to increase cigarette prices due to the relatively inelastic demand for tobacco products.

Over the next five years, the industry is anticipated to continue struggling. Tobacco product manufacturers are expected to continue to face rising government regulation. “Further declines in the national smoking rate will also reduce the size of the market,” says Little. As a result, prices of cigarettes and other tobacco products are projected to rise, in order to offset falling demand. The popularity of unpackaged tobacco and roll-your-own cigarettes is anticipated to continue over the next five years, bolstering profit margins. Philip Morris has signalled its intention to cease domestic cigarette manufacturing by the end of 2014, which would dramatically change the industry’s current structure.

The Cigarette and Tobacco Product Manufacturing industry has a very high market share concentration, as there are only two manufacturers that operate in Australia. There are more distributors that import and wholesale tobacco products, including major tobacco company Imperial Tobacco, but these firms are included in the Tobacco Product Wholesaling industry. The two companies in the industry, British American Tobacco and Philip Morris, operate globally and have manufacturing facilities in Australia. On a global level, these firms have been involved in large amounts of merger and acquisition activity over the past five years. However, the number of companies operating domestically has remained at two over this period. As a result, market share concentration has remained unchanged over the past five years.

For more information, visit IBISWorld’s Cigarette and Tobacco Product Manufacturing report in Australia industry page.

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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics

Companies in the industry primarily manufacture tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars, roll-your-own cigarettes and loose pipe tobacco. These products are sold to specialist tobacco wholesalers and retailers, supermarkets and convenience stores. Smokeless tobacco products such as chewing tobacco and snuff are banned in Australia and are therefore not included in the industry. Industry revenue does not include excise taxes.

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Recognised as the nation’s most trusted independent source of industry and market research, IBISWorld offers a comprehensive database of unique information and analysis on every Australian industry. With an extensive online portfolio, valued for its depth and scope, the company equips clients with the insight necessary to make better business decisions. Headquartered in Melbourne, IBISWorld serves a range of business, professional service and government organisations through more than 10 locations worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.ibisworld.com.au or call (03) 9655 3886.

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Propylene Glycol


Propylene glycol contains an asymmetrical carbon atom, so it exists in two stereoisomers. The commercial product is a racemic mixture. Pure optical isomers can be obtained by hydration of optically pure propylene oxide.


Industrially propylene glycol is produced by propylene oxide . Different manufacturers use either non-catalytic high-temperature process at 200 C (392 F) to 220 C (428 F), or a catalytic method, which proceeds at 150 C (302 F) to 180 C (356 F) in the presence of ion exchange resin or a small amount of sulfuric acid or alkali.

Final products contain 20% 1,2-propanediol, 1.5% of dipropylene glycol and small amounts of other polypropylene glycols. Propylene glycol can also be converted from glycerol, a biodiesel byproduct.


Propylene glycol is used:

As a solvent in many pharmaceuticals, including oral, injectable and topical formulations. Notably, diazepam, which is insoluble in water, uses propylene glycol as its solvent in its clinical, injectable form.

As a humectant food additive, labeled as E number E1520

As an emulsification agent in Angostura and orange bitters

As a moisturizer in medicines, cosmetics, food, toothpaste, mouth wash, and tobacco products

As a carrier in fragrance oils

As an ingredient in massage oils

In hand sanitizers, antibacterial lotions, and saline solutions

In smoke machines to make artificial smoke for use in firefighters’ training and theatrical productions

In electronic cigarettes, it is used to deliver vaporized nicotine

As a solvent for food colors and flavorings

As an ingredient, along with wax and gelatin, in the production of paintballs

As a moisture stabilizer (humectant) for snus (Swedish style snuff).

As a cooling agent for beer and wine glycol jacketed fermentation tanks

As a non-toxic antifreeze for winterizing drinking water systems, and in applications where the used antifreeze eventuallyl be drained into the soil, water, or a septic system.

As a less-toxic antifreeze in solar water heating systems

As a solvent used in mixing photographic chemicals, such as film developers

In cryonics

As a working fluid in hydraulic presses

As a coolant in <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquid cooling systems

To regulate humidity in a cigar humidor

As the killing and preserving agent in pitfall traps, usually used to capture ground beetles

As an additive to pipe tobacco to prevent dehydration.

To treat livestock ketosis

As the main ingredient in deodorant sticks.

To de-ice aircraft.

As an ingredient in UV or blacklight tattoo ink

Propylene glycol has properties similar to those of ethylene glycol (monoethylene glycol, or MEG). (Note: Infrequently propylene glycol may also use the acronym MEG, but as an abbreviation of methyl ethyl glycol- the industry standard acronym for propylene glycol is PG or MPG (monopropylene glycol). The industrial norm is to replace ethylene glycol with propylene glycol when safer properties are desired.


Propylene glycol is a component in newer automotive antifreezes and de-icers used at airports. Like ethylene glycol, the freezing point of propylene glycol is depressed when mixed with water due to disruption of hydrogen bonding. Unlike ethylene glycol, propylene glycol is much lower in toxicity. Both are readily biodegradable.

Freezing Points of Propylene Glycol – Water Mixtures

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Propylene glycol is metabolized in the human body into pyruvic acid, which is a normal part of the glucose metabolism process and is readily converted to energy.

The oral toxicity of propylene glycol is very low, and large quantities are required to cause perceptible health damage in humans. Serious toxicity will occur only at plasma concentrations over 4g/L, which requires extremely high intake over a relatively short period of time. It would be nearly impossible to reach toxic levels by consuming foods or supplements, which contain at most 1g/kg of PG. Cases of propylene glycol poisoning are related to either inappropriate intravenous use or accidental ingestion of large quantities by children.

The potential for long-term toxicity is also low. In one study, rats were provided with feed containing as much as 5% PG over a period of 104 weeks and they showed no apparent ill effects. Because of its low chronic oral toxicity, propylene glycol was classified by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration as “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS) for use as a direct food additive.

Prolonged contact with propylene glycol is essentially non-irritating to the skin. Undiluted propylene glycol is minimally irritating to the eye, and can produce slight transient conjunctivitis (the eye recovers after the exposure is removed). Exposure to mists may cause eye irritation, as well as upper respiratory tract irritation. Inhalation of the propylene glycol vapors appears to present no significant hazard in ordinary applications. However, limited human experience indicates that inhalation of propylene glycol mists could be irritating to some individuals. Therefore inhalation exposure to mists of these materials should be avoided. Some research has suggested that propylene glycol not be used in applications where inhalation exposure or human eye contact with the spray mists of these materials is likely, such as fogs for theatrical productions or antifreeze solutions for emergency eye wash stations.

Propylene glycol does not cause sensitization and it shows no evidence of being a carcinogen or of being genotoxic.

There is limited evidence that intravenous injection of propylene glycol can cause adverse responses in a small number of people. A Clinical Journal of Medicine article describes two cases of adult men experiencing psychosis from use of injected phenytoin that contained PG as a solvent. Their symptoms resolved when they were switched to a phenytoin formulation without propylene glycol.[citation needed]


Veterinary data indicates that propylene glycol is toxic to 50% of dogs at doses of 9mL/kg, although the figure is higher for most laboratory animals (LD50 at levels of 20mL/kg).

However, propylene glycol may be toxic to cats in ways not seen in other animals. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has determined that its presence in or on cat food has not been shown by adequate scientific data to be safe for use. Any such use is considered an adulteration of the cat food and a violation of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.

Allergic reaction

Research has suggested that individuals who cannot tolerate propylene glycol probably experience a special form of irritation, but that they only rarely develop allergic contact dermatitis. Other investigators believe that the incidence of allergic contact dermatitis to propylene glycol may be greater than 2% in patients with eczema.

Patients with vulvodynia and interstitial cystitis may be especially sensitive to propylene glycol. Women struggling with yeast infections may also notice that some OTC creams can cause intense burning. Post menopausal women who require the use of an estrogen cream may notice that brand name creams made with propylene glycol often create extreme, uncomfortable burning along the vulva and perianal area. In these cases, patients can request that a local compounding pharmacy make a “propylene glycol free” cream.

Additionally, some electronic cigarette users who inhale propylene glycol vapor may experience dryness of the throat. As an alternative, some suppliers will put Vegetable Glycerin in the “e-<a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquid” for those who are allergic (or have bad reactions) to propylene glycol.

Possible air germicide

Studies conducted in 1942 by Dr. Oswald Hope Robertson of University of Chicago’s Billings Hospital showed vaporized propylene glycol inhalation in laboratory mice may prevent pneumonia, influenza, and other respiratory diseases. Additional studies in monkeys and other animals were undertaken to determine longterm effects, especially the potential for accumulation in the lungs. After a few months of treatment, no ill effects were discovered.


Propylene glycol is known to exert high levels of biological oxygen demand (BOD) during degradation in surface waters. This process can adversely affect aquatic life by consuming oxygen aquatic organisms need to survive. Large quantities of dissolved oxygen (DO) in the water column are consumed when microbial populations decompose ethylene glycol.

The oxygen depletion potential of airport deicing operation discharges is many times greater than that of raw sewage. For example, before application, Type I propylene glycol-based deicing fluid is generally diluted to a mixture containing approximately 50% propylene glycol. Pure propylene glycol has a five-day biological oxygen demand (BOD5) concentration of approximately 1,000,000 mg/L. A typical diluted propylene-based deicing fluid could therefore have a BOD5 concentration of approximately 500,000 mg/L. In comparison, raw sewage typically has a BOD5 concentration of approximately 200 mg/L. The amount of fluid used to deice a single jet depends on the nature of the precipitation event and the size of the aircraft but can range from a couple hundred to several thousand gallons. Therefore, deicing a single jet can generate a BOD5 load greater than that of one million gallons of raw sewage. A large hub airport often has several hundred flights each day.

Sufficient DO levels in surface waters are critical for the survival of fish, macroinvertebrates, and other aquatic organisms. If oxygen concentrations drop below a minimum level, organisms emigrate, if able and possible, to areas with higher oxygen levels or eventually die. This effect can drastically reduce the amount of useable aquatic habitat. Reductions in DO levels can reduce or eliminate bottom-feeder populations, create conditions that favor a change in a community species profile, or alter critical food-web interactions.

See also

Ethylene glycol



^ Merck Index, 11th Edition, 7868.

^ “1,2-Propanediol”. ChemIndustry.ru. http://chemindustry.ru/1,2-Propanediol.php. Retrieved 2007-12-28. 

^ Chauvel, Alain; Lefebvre, Gilles. Petrochemical Processes (Volume 1: Synthesis-Gas Derivatives and Major Hydrocarbons). Editions Technip. pp. 26. ISBN 978-2-7108-0562-5. 

^ 1,2-propanediol: chemical product info at CHEMINDUSTRY.RU

^ “Janusz Szajewski, MD , Warsaw Poison Control Centre (August, 1991). “Propylene glycol (PIM 443)”. IPCS INChem. http://www.inchem.org/documents/pims/chemical/pim443.htm. Retrieved July 2, 2009. 

^ “Antifreeze & Coolant, Gallon”. West Marine. http://www.westmarine.com/1/1/16186-antifreeze-coolant-gallon-from-seafit-chemicals.html. 

^ http://pubs.acs.org/cen/whatstuff/stuff/7901scit5.html

^ Flanagan RJ;Braithwaite RA;Brown SS;Widdop B;de Wolff FA;. The International Programme on Chemical Safety: Basic Analytical Toxicology. WHO, 1995.

^ National Library of Medicine;.Propylene glycol is used in antifreezes Human Toxicity Excerpts: CAS Registry Number: 57-55-6 (1,2-Propylene Glycol). Selected toxicity information from HSDB. 2005.

^ Gaunt, IF, Carpanini, FMB, Grasso, P and Lansdown, ABG, Long-term toxicity of propylene glycol in rats, Food and Cosmetics Toxicology, Apr. 1972, 10(2), pages 151 – 162.

^ A Guide to Glycols (http://www.dow.com/PublishedLiterature/dh_0047/0901b803800479d9.pdf#page=36), page 36.

^ 1,2-Dihydroxypropane SIDS Initial Assessment Profile (http://www.chem.unep.ch/irptc/sids/OECDSIDS/57-55-6.pdf), UNEP Publications, SIAM 11, U.S.A, January 23-26, 2001, page 21.

^ Title 21, U.S. Code of Federal Regulations. 1999.

^ Peterson, Michael; Talcott, Patricia A. (2006). Small animal toxicology. St. Louis: Saunders Elsevier. pp. 997. ISBN 0-7216-0639-3. 

^ See 21 CFR 589.1001

^ American Medical Association, Council on Drugs (1994). AMA Drug Evaluations Annual 1994 (Chicago, Illinois: American Medical Association): 1224. 

^ Elizabeth Vliet MD, Screaming To Be Heard: Hormonal Connections That Women Suspect and Doctors Ignore”. M. Evans and Company, Inc. New York 1995

^ “Air Germicide”. TIME. Time, Inc.. 1942-11-16. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,932876,00.html. Retrieved 2009-05-23. 

^ Environmental Impact and Benefit Assessment for Proposed Effluent Limitation Guidelines and Standards for the Airport Deicing Category, July 2009 EPA PDF

External links

Propylene glycol website

WebBook page for C3H8O2

ATSDR – Case Studies in Environmental Medicine: Ethylene Glycol and Propylene Glycol Toxicity U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (public domain)

Propylene Glycol – chemical product info: properties, production, applications.

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Smokefree Cigarettes- Smoke Where Real Cigs Are Banned

Smokefree cigarettes are a revolution for smokers; giving a healthier, cheaper alternative to traditional cigarettes and enabling them to smoke in places where real cigs are banned. The electronic cigarette consists of a battery (which looks like the long, white part of a cigarette), the atomiser (which is the middle part and contains the e cigarette cartridge) and the inhaler (which is the brown plastic mouthpiece and looks like the brown filter of a real cigarette). The electronic cigarette uses the small lithium battery to atomize the <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquid nicotine solution contained in the refill cartridge.

Tobacco cigarette prices are on the rise and many feel the crunch of this recession, it’s no wonder so many smokers are turning to smokefree cigarettes. A cost-effective option for many reasons and even though many opponents are trying to discredit its effectiveness, we will look at some facts and let you the smoker form your own opinion and decide on what is cheaper. It’s seems obvious that these electronic cigarettes are a much safer and healthier solution but it may premature to make it official.

The biggest problem with quitting smoking is that you don’t want to give up your cigarettes. What you really want is to have your cake and eat it too. You want to carry on lighting up a cigarette at your usual smoking times every day and you also want to quit smoking.

So is it Possible to Do Both?

How many times have you seen advice about giving up smoking that tells you to pick a date to quit smoking and stop? The idea is that you use the lead up time to this date to mentally prepare yourself to stop smoking for good.

But as with almost everyone who’s tried to quit smoking this way, all you’re really doing in the lead up time to your quitting date is thinking about how much you’re going to miss your cigarettes. And you’re just hoping against all hope that when you wake up on your quitting day, some miraculous event will have happened while you were sleeping that magically took away your desire to smoke.

Price will also factor into what constitutes the best smokefree cigarette for you. Internet retailers usually offer much better pricing than brick and mortar stores. In some storefront shops, you may pay well over $ 100 for a basic starter kit. Given the large number of retailers online, there’s no reason that you should pay this much. Between a good deal on your starter kit and being off of regular tobacco cigarettes, you can save a lot of money while enjoying a way to smoke that doesn’t pollute the air and that won’t offend those who hate tobacco.

Once you have determined the costs and have had the chance to compare the costs of each you will see that the cost of the smokefree cigs is yet another reason to make the switch. The cost will far outweigh traditional smoking methods and can be an effective way to ensure that you are able to reduce the risks that are also associated with traditional cigarette smoking.

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EnviroForensics Partners with Nu Yale Cleaners to Remove Below-ground Contaminants

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Nu Yale Glacier Dry Cleaning has been in business since 1956. It is a family owned enterprise that has continued to thrive based on its quality and service and the ownership’s keen insight on serving the Jeffersonville, Indiana community. In its latest evolution as a business, the company took the lead on ensuring environmental stewardship within the industry. EnviroForensics, an Indiana-based environmental consulting firm is now working with the dry cleaning enterprise to remediate any possible PCE contamination in Nu Yale’s hometown of Jeffersonville to ensure its residents and the company can continue to thrive in the 21st Century.

“EnviroForensics started right away to collect and test soil samples from the ground under Nu Yale’s plant,” says Gary Maloney, Nu Yale’s president and co-owner.

Maloney and his brothers, Michael and Bill, have been involved with Nu Yale since the 1970s when they purchased the company from their uncle Wilbur Horlander, who started the family business in1956.

Nu Yale operates 11 locations, five in Indiana and six in Kentucky and is the only Kentuckiana dry cleaners listed in “America’s Best Cleaners.”

The perchloroethlene cleanup is being performed at the company’s original plant at 2940 Holmans Lane, which has housed a cleaning operation since the 1970‘s. The ground beneath the cleaning plant contains remnants of perchloroethlene (perc or PCE), a once-common dry cleaning solvent now classified as a pollutant. PCE can migrate through soil, ground water and (as vapor) air.

Nu Yale is no stranger to environmental stewardship. Nu Yale has evolved with the growing concerns for the environment and switched its dry cleaning solvent. Currently. Nu Yale utilizes the Glacier Dry Cleaning process developed by Solvair, which cleans with biodegradable cleaning solvents deemed environmentally friendly. The new system uses <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquid carbon dioxide that is highly effective in removing stains. When pressure is reduced at the end of the cleaning cycle, carbon dioxide reverts back to gas and is vented out of the dry cleaning machine, leaving clothes clean and dry.

EnviroForensics expects the remediation of the PCE to be completed over the next few years.

“In the meantime, Nu Yale’s customers and neighbors can rest assured that the environment in that area of Jeffersonville is already safer,” says Brad Lewis, EnviroForensics’ senior scientist for the Nu Yale project.

Maloney says, “I wholeheartedly recommend EnviroForensics and the full-service approach that they use. They helped me find insurance and develop a sound strategy to clean up the PCE contamination beneath my business. They’ve been real good.”

EnviroForensics’ Lewis comments, “Finding pollution and minimizing its effects can take several years. During the summer of 2013, EnviroForensics completed an excavation of contaminated soil inside the Nu Yale site building. This excavation was complicated by the presence of load bearing building foundations, underground utilities and limited waste staging areas.”

He continues, “Following excavation, we installed groundwater monitoring wells to evaluate the soil removal’s effect on groundwater quality. The removal of soil continues to show a positive effect on groundwater contaminant concentrations. EnviroForensics continues to evaluate and implement cleanup actions at the Nu-Yale facility.”

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has inspected the site and approved EnviroForensics’ clean up and on-going water monitoring.

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EnviroForensics, Inc. investigates and cleans soil, groundwater pollution and assesses and removes harmful vapors that may intrude into commercial workspaces. Its affiliate company, PolicyFind, Inc., locates old insurance policies that may help business owners pay for extensive pollution abatement and control. EnviroForensics and PolicyFind are based in Indianapolis and perform work across the U.S.