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Old 10-25-2019, 11:51 PM   #1
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Default Anyone have experience with VELO nicotine product?

We are going on vacation to yellowstone in August and my goal is to have quit smoking by then. Most of the parks do not allow it and its bad for me. I love smoking. I have the Vuse alto vape but I get lazy with it. I do not like nicorette and the patch makes me dream like crazy. I saw two commercials for VELO and went to their site. They are of course very clear that they are not a smoking cessation device and that the governement treats it just like tobacco because it has nicotine but I cant imagine what else you would use it for other than to replace a cigarette or vape. What do you all think about it?
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Hi @sarahsweets

I don't know anything about VELO, but I once knew an older lady who worked as an admin assistant for the psych department at my old school who used to vape. I think they allowed her to vape in her office. She said that it helped her to quit tobacco products, but she still used nicotine. She couldn't do any of the other items either.

I quit a few times on the patch, but you're right about the dreams! I had some strange nightmares and then some really wacky dreams. One of my dreams had me waking up laughing, which I thought was odd. LOL

I'm planning on quitting smoking soon, but I have to get a few things in my life in order first.

I hope your vacation in yellowstone went great. I saw that this message had no replies, so I thought I'd reply now.

Given all the hype about vaping issues, however, I'm not sure if there will be a ban on them at facilities these days.

I hope you are able to quit smoking soon, if you haven't already.

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We are going on vacation to yellowstone in August and my goal is to have quit smoking by then. Most of the parks do not allow it and its bad for me. I love smoking. I have the Vuse alto vape but I get lazy with it. I do not like nicorette and the patch makes me dream like crazy. I saw two commercials for VELO and went to their site. They are of course very clear that they are not a smoking cessation device and that the governement treats it just like tobacco because it has nicotine but I cant imagine what else you would use it for other than to replace a cigarette or vape. What do you all think about it?
I never used JUUL type of pods. I stick to my normal vape mod. I love more to see nice clouds around me when I vape. I guess is a matter of taste.
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