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Are vape without nicotine safer than vape nicotine-containing? May 21,2021.

Most medical experts now agree that e-cigarettes are a lot safer than their old-style tobacco counterparts, but a lot of smokers who’re thinking about trying them still have some questions. One thing that (strangely) we’re hearing more often is the question, “Is it safe to vape without nicotine?”


In fact the “dangers” of nicotine are mostly imaginary. Yes, it’s poisonous in large doses, but the concentrations and quantities in e-liquid – even the stronger ones found outside the EU – won’t do you any harm. Nicotine isn’t even really addictive if it’s separated from the other chemicals in tobacco smoke, so the alleged risks of vaping nicotine can be pretty much ignored.

Why vape without nicotine anyway?

Most vapers use nicotine-containing liquid, but not all do. If you’re vaping as a way to stop smoking, or to stay off the cigarettes, then it might not be safe to vape without nicotine. The possible risk is nothing to do with vaping; it’s that you might find your e-cigarette so unsatisfying that you go out and buy a pack of Marlboro. Before you know it you’ll be back to smoking twenty a day, and that definitely isn’t safe.


Some former smokers who’ve switched to vaping want to cut out nicotine entirely. That’s fine, but it’s important not to go too fast. Cut down gradually, in small steps, and take your time. Most smokers who switch should start vaping on 24mg/ml liquid, or 18mg/ml if you’re stuck with the EU’s pointless restrictions. After a few months you can try cutting down to 12mg/ml, then in another few months drop to 6.


This seems slow, but remember that if you’re an ex-smoker your body is used to nicotine. If you try to cut right down to zero in a couple of months you’re probably going to fail, and there’s a good chance you’ll end up smoking again. It’s better to vape high-nicotine liquids for the rest of your life than end up smoking for another month, because the amount of nicotine in e-cigs will not do you any harm.


Many ex-smokers are happy to keep vaping, and if that sounds like you, there really isn’t any point in trying to cut out nicotine. Others see vaping as a half-way house, and in that case it does make some sense to drop nicotine levels gradually. The important thing is not to rush it. If you aim to drop your nicotine to zero over the course of a year, then cut your vaping down until you stop completely after another six months or so, that’s probably about right.

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