Originally Posted by debbieusc
Anti-depressants are way more regulated than e-cigs though. They have done extensive research on them, unlike e-cigs. Manufacturers still don't know if they are safe because they haven't been FDA approved. I just figure anything you put into your lungs can't be good for you at all. Ever since I started running and taking welbutrin I can't imagine ever inhaling something other than oxygen. Anti-depressants aren't intended for long term use either. Just a thought.
So I have quit smoking now for four months now. How you may ask Vapeing. Yes it is sad to say my son introduced me to it. I smoked over 30 years and bought a cheap mod set up and some juice that had the nicotine level that I smoked and I have never felt any better. You say they haven't done studies on E-Juice well they have actually. If you google FDA studies on E-Juice you will find some. Now on the anti-depressant to quit smoking I feel is a bad idea. Why you may ask well I have GAD (General Anxiety Disorder) and I know anti-depressants very well. So lets mess with your head a bit so you can quit smoking. Nope I have tried everything. Vapeing worked. I can do it in some establishments by where I live and the Vape stores are popping up every where around me. So I disagree with your post and I cheers my fellow vapors!