The Blinc Group And Think20 Labs Announce Research Partnership Focused On Cannabis Vaping Emissions

NEW YORK: The Blinc Group, the leading provider of customized vaping solutions for the Cannabis industry, and Think20 Labs, an analytical testing laboratory for Hemp and Cannabis, announced a research partnership. The objective of this research is to develop a vaping apparatus that helps identify possible dangerous compounds that are inhaled by consumers. More in-depth research will be conducted looking at how the chemicals in the matrices break down as they are vaporized while also analyzing which products can be recommended for safe consumption.

The research partnership combines The Blinc Group’s deep experience in vaping technologies with Think20 Labs’s expertise in pharmaceutical-grade analysis. The Blinc Group’s participation will be headed by the product standards work of Arnaud Dumas de Rauly, CEO of The Blinc Group, Chairman of the ISO Standards on Vaping Products and Chairman of CEN Standards on Vaping Products, and Think20 Labs’s participation will be managed by Conor Jenkins, the scientific director and lead bioinformatician of Think 20 Labs.

Research, development, and implementation of standardized test methods will include, among others, emissions of cannabinoids, terpenes, VOCs, carbonyl compounds, nitrosamines, and heavy metals.

“We are delighted to be joining forces with the forward-thinking science team at Think20 Labs, to research the creation of innovative, safe and tested cannabis vaping products. The Blinc Group and Think20 Labs share a commitment to responsible product development, based on science and experience, in order to address the current vaping issues. We look forward to beginning our work on this important partnership as The Blinc Group continues to strive for a professional, transparent, and sensibly-regulated cannabis industry,” said Arnaud Dumas de Rauly, CEO of The Blinc Group.

Conor Jenkins states: “The overall goal is to drive the regulations regarding these products and informing regulatory bodies of our findings in hopes that we can show an area that has been dangerously overlooked in this field.”

Washington Gov Inslee Issues Executive Order Changing How State Will Regulate Vaping Industry

WASHINGTON: Gov. Jay Inslee announced an executive order at a Seattle press conference Friday that changes how agencies will regulate, monitor, and communicate about a variety of vaping products. Other state leaders, including Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Washington State Department of Health Secretary John Wiesman, joined him at the event.

“We aren’t waiting for Big Tobacco to tell us what is in their products,” Inslee said. “We aren’t going to take health guidance from them, because we know that their goals are to make money and create new customers. That is what they are interested in. We are interested in ensuring that adults and young people have known and regulated ingredients in vaping products. Everyone deserves to know what is in the vaping liquid they are inhaling into their lungs.”

The announcement comes after medical professionals reported seven cases of severe lung illness in Washington from vaping devices or e-cigarette products. The Center for Disease Control has reported at least 12 deaths nationwide, as well as more than 800 cases of lung injury possibly related to these products.

Read the rest of the story on the governor’s Medium page.

CDPH Issues Public Health Advisory Urging Everyone To Refrain From Vaping

Health Advisory Warns About Imminent Public Health Risks

CALIFORNIA: The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) issued a health advisory today urging everyone to refrain from vaping, no matter the substance or source, until current investigations are complete. The health advisory follows an executive order signed by Governor Gavin Newsom last week to confront the growing youth epidemic and health risks linked to vaping.

As of September 24, 2019, CDPH has received reports that 90 people in California who have a history of vaping were hospitalized for severe breathing problems and lung damage, and two people have died. Across the U.S., there are more than 500 reports of lung damage associated with vaping across 38 states and 1 U.S. territory, and more reports are coming in nearly every day.

“We are seeing something that we have not seen before,” said Dr. Charity Dean, Acting State Public Health Officer. “There are numerous unknown factors at this time, and due to the uncertainty of the exact cause, it is our recommendation that consumers refrain from vaping until the investigation has concluded.”

CDPH, along with other states, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), local health departments, and healthcare providers are working hard to investigate what is in the vape materials that is making people sick.

Although CDPH regulates manufacturers of cannabis vaping products to ensure they are as safe as possible for those who choose to vape, CDPH warns that all individuals put themselves at risk any time they inhale a foreign substance into their lungs. The risk of vaping for any individual may include serious illness and death. “Vaping is not just a concern for youth; the vaping cases under investigation affect youth and adults alike,” said Dr. Dean.

If you experience difficulty breathing after vaping, contact your doctor immediately. You may also experience other symptoms including: cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, fever, and weight loss. If this happens to you, do not discard any used vaping cartridges you might have, as CDPH is interested in testing the remaining substance in used cartridges. Those cartridges are being collected by local health departments and sent to CDPH labs for analysis.

In California, licensed cannabis retailers are required to sell products obtained from a licensed cannabis manufacturer that have been tested by a licensed laboratory. Cannabis products sold by licensed sources are tested for a variety of chemicals, pesticides, microbial impurities, and heavy metals. Illegal cannabis dispensaries sell unregulated and untested cannabis products and absolutely should not be used.

CDC continues to warn that any tobacco product use, including e-cigarettes, is unsafe. Furthermore, use of cannabis and tobacco products remains especially unsafe for youth, and for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

The Governor’s executive order directed CDPH to launch a $20 million statewide digital and social media public awareness campaign to educate youth, young adults and parents about the health risks associated with vaping nicotine and cannabis products. CDPH is also tasked with developing recommendations to reduce smoking among young adults and teens by establishing warning signs with health risks where vaping products are sold and on product advertisements.

California Governor Gavin Newsom Signs Executive Order To Confront Youth Vaping Epidemic

Governor directs public awareness campaign to focus on educating youth about the harms of vaping tobacco or cannabis products

CALIFORNIA: Governor Gavin Newsom signed today an executive order to confront the growing youth epidemic and health risks linked to vaping. The executive order directs the Department of Public Health (CDPH) to launch a $20 million statewide digital and social media public awareness campaign to educate youth, young adults and parents about the health risks of vaping nicotine and cannabis products. CDPH is also tasked with developing recommendations to reduce smoking among young adults and teens by establishing warning signs with health risks where vaping products are sold and on product advertisements.

“We must take immediate action to meet the urgency behind this public health crisis and youth epidemic,” said Governor Newsom. “As a parent, I understand the anxiety caused by the deceptive marketing tactics and flavored options designed to target our kids. With mysterious lung illnesses and deaths on the rise, we have to educate our kids and do everything we can to tackle this crisis. There is a broad and bipartisan coalition of legislators seeking to protect our youth, and we are committed to working with the Legislature and stakeholders to build on these executive actions and put forward a strong tobacco reform package in 2020.”

The Governor also announced that he signed SB 39 by Senator Jerry Hill (D-San Mateo) today, legislation which will impose stricter age verification requirements for tobacco products sold online or by mail.

Vaping devices are the most commonly used tobacco product in California and more than 80% of high-school teens who consume tobacco use a vaping device. Of the California teens who consume tobacco products, 86.4% report using a flavored tobacco product. There are over 15,500 e-liquid flavors, some of which have proven to cause significant health effects.

From 2016 to 2018, vaping among California high school students rose 27%. In 2018, 10.9% of California high school students reported using e-cigarettes and 14.7% reported using cannabis.“As a state, we can no longer stand by as a new generation falls victim to big tobacco, with vaping products that directly target our children,” said California Health and Human Services Agency Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly. “The Governor’s action will raise awareness of the dangers of tobacco products and the risks associated with e-cigarettes and vaping, as well as look at enforcement actions that show Californians the gravity of targeting young people and their health.”

CA Gov NewsomThe Governor’s executive order includes:

Increased enforcement of e-cigarettes: The Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) will develop recommendations to remove illegal or counterfeit vaping products from stores and reducing youth vaping consumption through increased enforcement and incorporating nicotine content into the calculation of the existing tax on electronic cigarettes. CDTFA shall consider revenues currently derived from taxation of electronic cigarettes and the revenues that may be collected from a nicotine-based tax, the potential for evasion and the feasibility of instituting a stamping requirement to maximize compliance. CDTFA shall submit its recommendations to the Governor’s office by October 29, 2019.

Warning signs at retailers and on advertisements: The CDPH is directed to develop recommendations to reduce the availability of vaping devices to persons under 21 years of age, which includes the establishment of warning signs about the health risks of vaping at retailers where any vaping product is sold and in any vaping advertisements. This includes increased enforcement regarding sales of vaping products and specifically e-liquid flavors, to youth. In addition, the CDPH shall make recommendations regarding the establishment of standards for nicotine content and uniform packaging for purposes of including nicotine content in the calculation of the existing tax on electronic cigarettes. The Department of Public Health shall submit its recommendations to the Governor’s Office by October 14, 2019.

Program Funds for Vaping Awareness Campaign: The CDPH is immediately directed to allocate a total of at least $20 million in tobacco and cannabis program funds for a vaping awareness campaign, including digital and social media messaging focused on youth, young adults and parents. This will build upon the award-wining and longest running anti-tobacco program in the nation.

A copy of today’s order can be found here.

FDA Warns Consumers To Protect Themselves By Avoiding Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)-Containing Vaping Products

FDA Warning

The FDA is providing consumers information to help protect themselves while health officials investigate recent illnesses following the use of vaping products.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Consumers are likely aware of the recent reports of respiratory illnesses — including some resulting in deaths – following the use of vaping products. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) remains deeply concerned about these incidents and is working closely with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as state and local public health partners to investigate them as quickly as possible.

While the work by federal and state health officials to identify more information about the products used, where they were obtained and what substances they contain is ongoing, the FDA is providing consumers with some information to help protect themselves.

In particular, many of the samples tested by the states or by the FDA as part of this ongoing investigation have been identified as vaping products containing tetrahydrocannabinol (or THC, a psychoactive component of the marijuana plant) and further, most of those samples with THC tested also contained significant amounts of Vitamin E acetate. Vitamin E acetate is a substance present in topical consumer products or dietary supplements, but data are limited about its effects after inhalation.

While the FDA does not have enough data presently to conclude that Vitamin E acetate is the cause of the lung injury in these cases, the agency believes it is prudent to avoid inhaling this substance. Because consumers cannot be sure whether any THC vaping products may contain Vitamin E acetate, consumers are urged to avoid buying vaping products on the street, and to refrain from using THC oil or modifying/adding any substances to products purchased in stores. Additionally, no youth should be using any vaping product, regardless of the substance.

At least one of the associated deaths that has been publicly disclosed External Link Disclaimer appears to have been related to illicit THC vaping products. In many cases of illness reported by the states, patients have acknowledged recent use of THC-containing vaping products while speaking to healthcare personnel, or in follow-up interviews by health department staff.

It’s important to note that more information is needed to better understand whether there’s a relationship between any specific products or substances and the reported illnesses. To help gather and analyze as much information as possible, the FDA’s laboratory is working closely with our federal and state partners to identify the products or substances that may be causing the illnesses.

The FDA is analyzing samples submitted by a number of states for the presence of a broad range of chemicals, including nicotine, THC and other cannabinoids along with cutting agents/diluents and other additives, pesticides, opioids, poisons, heavy metals and toxins.

No one substance has been identified in all of the samples tested. Importantly, identifying any compounds that are present in the samples will be one piece of the puzzle but will not necessarily answer questions about what is causing these illnesses.

Federal and state partners are following any potential leads, including the presence of Vitamin E acetate found in many of the samples containing THC. The FDA is committed to taking appropriate actions as the facts emerge and keeping the public informed as we have more information to share.

However, in the interim, we encourage consumers to help protect themselves and avoid buying vaping products of any kind on the street, and to refrain from using THC oil or modifying/adding any substances to products purchased in stores. If you continue to use these THC-containing vaping products, monitor yourself for symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath, chest pain) and promptly seek medical attention if you have concerns about your health. If you are concerned about your health after using a vaping product, contact your health care provider, or you can also call your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222. Health care providers also can contact their local poison control center.

CDC and the FDA encourage the public to submit detailed reports of any unexpected tobacco- or e-cigarette-related health or product issues to the FDA via the online Safety Reporting Portal.

Understanding The Medical and Recreational Benefits Of Cannabis

In 2012, the two states of Colorado and Washington sent shockwaves through the United States when they voted to legalize recreational cannabis. With these states legalizing, a domino effect has started around the country. As of 2019, the majority of states now have passed legalizations for recreational cannabis (11 states, including the District of Columbia), or medical cannabis (33 states).

People everywhere benefitted from these laws being passed. Consumers were able to go to the dispensaries for the first time to buy cannabis legally. Business owners set up dispensaries that people would flock to, and these businesses meant new employment opportunities for job seekers. Legal cannabis also saw revenue in cannabis-friendly states go nowhere but up.

With all of these new laws being passed in favor of cannabis comes a new awareness about the plant itself. More research about its medicinal qualities has come out in recent years. Cannabis is non-addictive and offers a variety of benefits for both medical and recreational users alike.

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Cannabis offers many medicinal qualities to patients for all kinds of conditions. Recently, the DEA considered the reclassification of cannabis as a Schedule 1 Controlled Substance. While they regrettably didn’t reclassify cannabis, they did express their support to the further research of the plant, and worked on processes to make it easier for researchers.

Over the years, many studies have been made as to just what sorts of conditions cannabis can treat. Medical cannabis can help people with the following conditions:

  • People with epilepsy: Cannabis (notably the CBD found in the cannabis plant) can be a big helper for people suffering from epilepsy and seizures. Studies done on people taking Epidiolex (an FDA approved drug made of CBD) who were suffering from seizures experienced a mild drop in seizure occurrences.
  • People with severe pain and inflammation: Cannabis can help treat pain, as the effects felt after smoking may help to relieve the feelings of pain people with chronic issues experience.
  • People with eating disorders: Folks with eating disorders can benefit from cannabis, because it can increase a patient’s appetite and encourage them to eat more. 
  • Cancer patients: Not only can cannabis help control the feelings of nausea associated with chemotherapy, but it can also help control the vomiting. Research suggests that cannabis might also be able to reduce or even kill cancer cells, and possibly even slow the growth of tumors.
  • Depression: People who suffer from anxiety or depression can greatly benefit from cannabis. Cannabis can provide a feeling of happiness, and can help someone suffering from depression enjoy the little things more.

As you can see, cannabis offers medical patients a whole lot of healing qualities. What about recreational users, then?

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The Recreational Benefits of Cannabis

Recreational cannabis has taken many states by storm. In some of the states where cannabis is legal, law enforcement has even seen a drop in drug related stops and arrests, as well as drops in drinking and driving incidents and violent crimes.

Recreational users experience several benefits from being able to enjoy cannabis. Not every recreational user is looking to “get stoned,” but rather enjoy the benefits offered by one of the most versatile plants on the planet.

  • Liven up social gatherings. Someone having some friends over to their house might enjoy breaking out some cannabis and sharing it. Many friends and social circles were built on smoking together, and it is still a bonding experience among both friends and families today. 
  • Have a great nightcap! There are many people in the world who start drinking the minute they get home from work to deal with the day’s stress. Recreational cannabis users look forward to going home and sparking up, then just enjoying some music or a good show on the couch. Another bonus: there are no hangovers from smoking cannabis. 
  • Cannabis can bring out your creativity. Anyone who considers themselves creative can reap some benefits from cannabis. A lot of musicians, writers, artists, and actors get inspired after a good smoke. Certain strains can really unlock your creativity and get those neurons firing!

Now that you know some of the benefits offered by medical and recreational cannabis, you have to decide how you’re going to enjoy it.

Luckily, whether you choose to smoke or vape your weed, there are plenty of options around to enhance and personalize your cannabis experience.

Smoking Cannabis

Smoking is the tried and true method. It’s faster and a little cheaper initially than vaping. All you have to do is find your flower and put it in your preferred smoking device, and you’re off to the races.

Speaking of smoking devices, there is no shortage of them on the market. Beautiful glass pipes and water vases of all sorts of different designs, hookahs, and more are on offer for you to choose from at dispensaries and head shops. You can also just roll up a good old fashioned joint and pass it around.

volcano vapingVaping Cannabis

Vaping has been in the public eye for a while in the form of nicotine delivery systems. Lately, legal states have sold a lot of cannabis vapes, too. You can choose from cannabis oil vaporizers or dry herb vaporizers.

Cannabis oil vapes are refillable tanks with batteries. You can buy your favorite type of THC or CBD oil and refill your tank whenever it gets low. These can be super convenient and very discreet.

Dry herb vapes are devices that heat up dried herb. These are perfect for relaxing at home. Just insert some fresh cannabis and press the button, and you’re good to go.

No matter which type of vape you want, you will have plenty of options available at your local dispensary or online. Many reputable and popular brands offer more vapor devices than ever nowadays, with popular kits like the Volcano Vaporizer for sale and more, you’ll find something that will agree with your personality and your wallet!

Puff, Puff, Pass

As we become more and more aware of the medical and recreational benefits of cannabis, more people will have access to it and more states will continue to legalize it. This is good news for anyone who is a cannabis enthusiast, or for anyone who depends on it for medical reasons.

What’s your story with cannabis? Are you a recreational or medical user, or maybe a little bit of both? Do you prefer smoking or vaping, and what are some of your favorite products?

Marijuana Consumption: 5 Different Ways To Use Marijuana

Marijuana use is one of the most heated topics among policymakers, government officials, medical professionals and the general public in the US. The fact that marijuana can be used for recreational as well as medical purpose further aggravates the situation.

Currently, around 33 US states have legalized the use of medical marijuana, and ten states have also legalized the use of recreational marijuana. However, despite the fact that the states are stepping forward to legalize the use of marijuana, the federal government is still reluctant.

This disruptive scene of marijuana usage is not stopping people from consuming it. And when we talk about marijuana consumption, then smoking is not the only way. There are numerous options to consume marijuana, and the list is growing every day.

From eating, inhaling, and drinking, here are given the most popular ways to consume marijuana:

Smoking:

Smoking is the most common way of consuming marijuana in which you roll it into a cigarette, or use in pipe, cigar or hookah. People who want the immediate effect of marijuana prefer this method as smoke containing marijuana components immediately enters the body. And within a few minutes, you can start feeling ‘high’ – the impact of marijuana.

Vaping:

Those who prefer healthy marijuana consumption opt to vape. Grasscity vaporizers don’t produce smoke, so your lungs will not have to suffer the consequences of your desire to get ‘high’. No smoke means no toxic compounds and no toxic compounds mean the healthy experience of marijuana consumption.

There are different types of vaporizers including pens, the desktop version, and the hand-held version. But whatever is the case, they all offer healthy consumption experience.

Dabbing:

It is similar to vaping, but it quickly makes you ‘high’ than vaping. It uses THC extracted from marijuana plant in three types of concentrated forms: oil, soft solid and harsh solid form. Dabbing requires a lot of other gadgets including blowtorch, rig, etc., but those looking to get extremely ‘high’ don’t mind bearing all this hassle.

As concentrated marijuana is more potent, so mostly beginners are not recommended this type of marijuana consumption. However, if you still want to try it, then do it on your risk!

Drinking:

Imagine: what if you can have marijuana coffee, tea or beer? Yes, it is possible! Those who don’t want to smoke or inhale marijuana fumes also have the option to drink marijuana brewed coffee or beer.

Though it is not a popular way, maybe because it is difficult to brew it, but this option does exist to ditch inhaling bitter smoke.

Eating:

Consuming marijuana through edibles is also becoming common as it causes strong psychoactive effects which last for a long time. Edibles can be any food item, but most commonly used forms are bakery items including cakes, pastries, cookies or gums, lollipops, and candies.

You can also find cannabis induced cooking items to make your kind of edible dish with perks of marijuana.

 

No matter which way you opt to consume marijuana, it is better to stay at a moderate end so that you don’t have to face any trouble after getting super ‘high’.

The Blinc Group Debuts X-Pro Series By Ultraflo

NEW YORK: The Blinc Group has launched its latest innovation in vape technology: the X-Pro Series – a revolutionary new heating element that heats only the oil you’re vaping, maintaining the flavor and quality of your oil down to the last drop.

Ultraflo: The most versatile & consistent vape cartridges

Ultraflo: The most versatile & consistent vape cartridges

The Ultraflo X-Pro Series cartridges, powered by a patent pending technology, are by design the most consistent and versatile on the market. While 99.9% of cartridges on the market today use a vertical coil system, which degrades your oil by constant reheating of the entire contents of the cart, the X-Pro Series gravity-fed bottom heating chamber only heats the oil you’re vaping, retaining the flavor and terpenes of the remaining oil for the most consistent vaping experience.

Ending the guessing game of intake hole size, the X-Pro Series eliminates the vertical post coil and uses gravity to feed the bottom ceramic heating chamber.  The X-Pro Series is the fruit of collaboration between The Blinc Group and Itsuwa Electron Co. Ltd. represents a major shift with regards to the consistency of the vaping experience. Keeping in mind future regulation and compliance, our teams have redefined standards by putting the X-Pro Series through a robust set of testing which includes heavy metal emissions and thermal degradation ” said Arnaud Dumas de Rauly, Co-CEO of The Blinc Group.

10 Concentrate Strains Perfect For Vaping

By Marisa T

It is a well-known fact that concentrates are high in THC and CBD. They are super potent and have amazing healing and calming qualities. However, the best way to enjoy your concentrates is by vaping them with a vape pen.

Here are 10 of the best concentrate strains to use with your vape pen. For a comprehensive list of some of the best vape pens available today – check out TheVape.Guide’s best dab pens list.

1. Gorilla Glue

Among weed strains, Gorilla Glue has been known to top the charts as being one of the strongest strains in the market today so you can imagine that making a concentrate from this would yield some impressive results. Many companies have made concentrates from this strain and it has been known to yield between 76% to 97% THC – making it a super potent concentrate for vaping.

2. Kandy Kush

This wax strain tastes similar to lemon candies with its sugary, sweet flavor. It is great for giving your mood that much needed boost and for relieving minor pain. It is a cross between two other strains – OG Kush and Trainwreck.

3. Cheese Quake CO2 Oil

This oil concentrate is based out of the state of Washington and reaches around 88% THC concentration. It is grown by a local cultivator and is an indica-dominant hybrid. Expected effects include a mild body high as well as some euphoric qualities.

4. Durban Poison

This strain is sativa-dominant straight from South African. It is quite popular and is perfect for concentrates since the flower has a good amount of resin and terpenes. Users can expect a decent high that still allows for productivity and focus throughout the day.

5. True OG by Dandy

This concentrate comes out of Southern California by Dandy and is an indica-dominant strain. It yields around 82% THC making for a rather potent concentrate. You can expect a relaxing effect from this strain as well as an overall happy mood – it also perfect for helping you get some much needed sleep.

6. Goji OG

This one comes in a few different flavors like licorice, strawberry, and cherry – making for a sweet vapor quality. It is a sativa strain, however, it is also a dominant hybrid. The great thing about Goji OG is that growers have success in growing decent crops making for a good amount to make concentrates.

7. T-Rex Concentrates Predator Pink

Here is another strain based out of Washington and is just as potent – with a THC concentration of around 92% so it will definitely knock you off your feet. This concentrate contains a few terpenes like myrcene and humulene which creates an aroma of musk and spice.

8. Strawberry Lemonade

This strain first appeared at the 2015 Denver Cannabis Cups and is one of the best sativa concentrates around. It is purely 100% sativa, making it perfect for creating lots of energy and motivation for any concentrate user. After only seconds, one can enjoy its sweet terpenes.

9. Grape Ape Solventless Clear

It shouldn’t be surprising that Washington is leading the way in concentrate strains – this one boasts yet another potent THC concentration at 92%. This strain is indica based – leading to some pain-relieving qualities and sedative like effects. If you vape this one, expect to spend some time lying down.

10. Kosher Tangie

This strain is just right for medical cannabis users with its ability to create a happy, balanced effect. It is a cross between Kosher Kush and Tangie with a blend of hybrid and indica dominant strains. It’s flavor is unique – attributed to a skunk.

Final Thoughts

No matter the strain, using a vape pen lets you get the most flavor and effects from your concentrates.

While these are only a handful of concentrate strains out there, these are a great mix for anyone to start out with. Any concentrate is perfect for vaping but these on this list are ones to check out. Which ones are your favorite?

 

Guest Blog: 8 Unusual Flavors of E-Liquid You Have to Try

By Katie Johnson

If you have been vaping for a while, then chances are you have been wanting to experiment with new and unusual vape juices.  Many beginner vape users often stick to tobacco or menthol flavors then eventually wander into sweet/fruity/unique flavors while they experiment.  If you are up for some adventure, then give these eight unusual flavors of e-liquid a try. You won’t be disappointed!

Bacon E-Liquid

Bacon e-liquid is a novelty flavour that you must try, especially if you are already a bacon-lover. This is a very popular e-liquid on the vaping market has a strong scent, and it is flavoured just like maple and brown sugar bacon. For most people, this is a vape flavour to keep on hand for occasional use instead of an all-day vape flavour, as it may get too much after a while.

Cucumber E-Liquid

The cucumber e-liquid is an extremely refreshing and satisfying flavour that will make your taste buds very happy. This flavour works as both a novelty flavour as well as an all-day vape. Cucumber e-liquid is a must-try flavour during the hot, sticky summer weather. Cucumber e-liquid can be mixed with many other flavours such as watermelon, strawberry, and peach. It also tastes quite delicious all by itself.

Roast Beef E-Liquid

Roast Beef e-liquid is another must-try novelty flavour. It tastes exactly like roast beef, so it usually is not used as an all-day vape, and it does not mix well with most other e-liquid flavours. This is a perfect e-liquid to keep on hand to vape with your friends every once in a while.

Clove E-Liquid

This e-liquid tastes exactly like clove. Clove is a strong e-liquid flavour and it is extremely reminiscent of those old clove cigarettes. Clove e-liquid pairs quite well with other e-liquid flavours such as apples, pears, vanilla, and cinnamon. Clove e-liquid is perfect for the cold holiday season. You can have all of the wonderful clove flavour without any of the tar or ash associated with traditional clove cigarettes.

Candy Corn E-Liquid

Just in time for the Fall Season, the Candy Corn e-liquid is an amazing novelty vape juice that tastes exactly like the classic candy corn! Candy Corn e-liquid is an unusual yet delicious blend that has strong butterscotch undertones. This is a great vape juice to keep in stock for occasional vaping with friends and this flavour is not usually considered an all-day vape flavour. Although some individuals with a sweet tooth might really enjoy vaping candy corn all day long.

Boba’s Bounty E-Liquid

Boba’s Bounty e-liquid is a secret blend of flavour. The ingredients are not listed, but most people that love Boba’s Bounty e-liquid state that the flavour reminds them of sweet treats such as brownies or chocolate cake. Most people are undecided as to whether or not Boba’s Bounty can be used as an all-day vape or if it is better as a novelty vape liquid. Either way, it is an extraordinary e-liquid that you must try if you are looking for some adventure.

Swedish Fish E-Liquid

Depending on your supplier, Swedish Fish e-liquid is usually made fresh when you order it. Most suppliers offer different blends and strengths of this particular vape juice. Swedish Fish e-liquid is a must-try vape juice and it is often used as an all day e-liquid.  It is an unusual flavour for vaping but many people really enjoy this flavour over countless others. Swedish Fish e-liquid really does taste exactly like Swedish fish!

Smurf Piss E-Liquid

Smurf Piss e-liquid has a clever name as well as an extraordinary taste. This is a fruity all day vape that taste like blue raspberry mixed with other berry flavours. Smurf Piss also has some amazing pineapple flavour undertones that combine perfectly with the blue raspberry flavour. If you have never tried Smurf Piss vape juice, then you are really missing out. You can use this vape juice all day or just occasionally with your friends.

Hopefully some of these unusual flavours may offer you something fun and alternative to what you usually opt for. Whether you want to try something as a one off, experiment with fellow vapers or switch to a new all-day e-liquid, test something listed above and see what you think!