More and more smokers are starting to use electronic cigarettes. With so many advantages over traditional tobacco smoking, this does not come as a surprise.
E-cigarettes are safer for the health because vapor, not smoke, is produced. The vapor comes when the cartomizer heats a specially mixed food grade solution, so none of the dangerous chemicals in tobacco smoke are present. If you’re looking for the nicotine fix, electronic cigarettes even allow you to choose the nicotine levels that you want.
As one of the leading brands in e-cigs, we have introduced all sorts of innovations to our electronic cigarettes to make the experience even better and the transition easier. Our very popular line of Magnum Snaps e-cigarettes are beautifully designed, lightweight, and come with batteries that last up to the equivalent of 30 cigarettes with one full charge. Other people would think that you’re smoking a regular cigarette because the Magnum Snaps e-cigs look similar to one.
The disposable cartomizer that already has a pre-built heater and the scent or flavor of your choice is so easy to replace with the innovative SNAPS technology of ePuffer. Magnets are used to lock the parts together so you don’t have to deal with any difficult, unsightly screws. Definitely, this is an e-cigarette you can just grab and go without a lot of hassle. It’s no wonder that the Magnum Ecig was featured on The Doctors television show and given rave reviews. The doctors recognized that these e-cigarettes are able to replicate the look and feel of a traditional tobacco cigarette, so they highly recommended it for people trying to quit smoking.
Further, as part of our customer-centric principles, ePuffer continuously develops new offerings that our clients want. For example, we are known for having a vast assortment of cartridge flavors that address different moods and needs. One of ours most progressive offerings is the Valerian Root Natural Relaxant Cartomizer. The Valerian Root is a flowering plant with a lot of history behind it. Even from the time of the ancient Greeks and Romans, it has been used to treat a variety of disorders such as stomach ailments, headaches, and sleeping problems.
In present-day, it is a well-known sedative that will relax feelings of anxiety and stress without any side effects. The science behind this is two oils extracted from the Valerian Root, namely the isovaleric and valerenic acids. The presence of these provides a soothing, tranquilizing effect on the user. The name Valeria is derived from the Latin valere, which means strong and healthy. This is appropriate because it is effective versus insomnia, anxiety attacks, and the symptoms of these ailments such as migraines, heart palpitations, and trembling. Thus, a puff from this e-cig cartridge really gives a calming, pleasant sensation.
The Valerian Root and the physical action of drawing vapors result in a relaxing effect that is perfect when you’re trying to calm down or just get a peaceful night’s rest. Making it even better, ePuffer combined this Valerian Root with Sage and Cannabis sensory molecules. These are two distinctly fragrant herbs that likewise have their own sedating properties. Don’t worry, these will not get you high but instead add a lot of aromas, so the mixture is a multi-layered experience. This particular cartomizer is also equipped with a soft tip, which makes it easy and comfortable to use. Now that this comes in packs of 50 cartons, you can have supplies on hand for longer periods of time. It’s very convenient if you regularly get panic attacks or have a hard time sleeping. This is truly an impressive product that should become one of your e-cigarette cartridge staples.
Dosage: Take 15-20 puffs when Stressed, Experience Anxiety or just before going to bed for a good night sleep.
Pharma Grade Propylene Glycol ( PG ) - 50%
Pharma Grade Vegetable Glycerine ( VG ) - 50%
Flavor Ratio: 10%
Valerian Extract Ratio: 10%
Nicotine Free 0mg - ( 0% per bottle )
100% Traceable Top Grade Ingredients
Lab Tested Diacetyl (DA) & Acetyl Propionyl (AP) Free
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
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