Upcoming Vaping Juice Flavored Nicotine Ban In New York State.

As the country follows suit with whatever California does first, as a past precedent, New York ends up following suit to be lessons to the other states to have 2 large influential States creating laws labeling products carcinogenic, dangerous to the body, deadly, unhealthy, unwell, leading to long term health problems, etc.

Now here in New York, legislation was introduced into the state Senate and this time, the second time, with stories of deaths and people in the ICU for extended stays due to lung failure from vaping and how it’s all over the news now, this bill will pass, without doubt – and it has vape shops all over Long Island freaking out in how they can still make money legally after throwing away thousands upon thousands of dollars of already bought inventory..

All of the stores that are vape stores that sell vape juice and vape systems will now be forced to shut down or stay open with products that offer no taste/flavor vapor juice, offering no choices to customers forced to throw out their current stocks of product losing up to 30 to 50 THOUSAND dollars in already purchased product.

My main store is being forced, by the local town, to eliminate all flavored nicotine juices and I know for this particular store it is an action forcing them to lose over 70k in current inventory of juice, pods, pod refills, salts and anything vapeable that contains both tobacco and flavoring.

Here is the link to the legislation and the last line of what our local brothers and sisters can do for the local industry:

Click here for legislation information and what you can do.

Only the masses can inflict change and sway congressman and their constituent armies.

This has NO effect on CBD or Kratom products even flavored CBD/Hemp Oil juice for vaping. It’s only for tobacco.

The vape shops that have diversified to include a large amount of other products and smokeables like cigars, CBD flower, CBD joints, non smokeable CBD tinctures, CBD *products at least won’t lose that side of business but the majority of stores here never diversified and to be honest, we are happy that these arrogant overpriced stores such as Liquid Lyfe will be put out of business. Stores like that reap what they sow and the Karma is coming around and giving them the big middle finger they deserve. Out of 14 stores I know, 2 have diversified to include the smallest amount of limited CBD products at ridiculous prices. They will have to take a careful look at their business models going further or face the music. The largest of stores that I’ve been representing for a while will flourish after the firs dust settles as they have a huge selection of pipes, dab kits, CBD products and Kratom products and of course the ability of users to vape CBD with a limited amount of products such as refillable pod units where now instead of nicotine we will attract the CBD population now.

The other stores that do offer CBD offer a very small selection of one brand for example at high costs to the user, higher than online prices just to make up for lost business and expensive product they can’t sell correctly and can’t keep a store open like that without diversification of brands and prices.

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Elixinol Full Spectrum CBD Tincture Review: 3600mg

I’ve heard a lot about Elixinol from people around the globe usually those who use their Nano Lipisome product but was able to get my hands on the highest US-available tincture which is their 3600mg full spectrum CO2 extracted CBD oil.

Now let me first off start by saying that this bottle is huge, it’s 4oz, 120ml which means that this is not truly 3600mg. It’s the equivalent of 4 bottles of 900mg each. And to go even further, it’s not even 900mg of CBD as most of it is hemp oil extract, not CBD rich hemp oil extract or else other reviews and the label would say that. As this is a reputable company that is up front about their CBD content, they are surely not being up front to the customer who only reads “CBD” versus the other ingredients.

Why would you choose to carry a highly reviewed product that is not honest to those who know about the intricacies of fooling new customers with what turns out to be inaccurate information and to people who know this industry well?

Let’s go over the label for the 3600mg 4oz tincture.

No where does it say “3600mg CBD” instead of course it says “hemp oil” just like those hemp products you would find on Amazon, a site that doesn’t sell CBD oil in any form. They sell hemp oil which means no COAs as they are not required.

Elixinol doesn’t give you a COA past heavy metal composition or pesticides found. Not a single piece of paper that says CBD, Cannabinoid or terpene contents. Also, the certificate of analyses with this information is by the company, not an impartial 3rd party lab.

The marketing information on their website found in the description for said product is the only thing people have to go by. Even the label doesn’t say “3600mg of CBD oil”. It says Hemp Oil. There is no CBD written on the main portion of the label. The rear of the label containing the ingredients has a tiny amount of CBD oil per serving and far more hemp oil. Ingredients including vegetable glycerin AND coconut oil? Ingredients like aldehydes? Is this to prevent cancer or cause it? This product should be between 30 and 50 dollars at most on Amazon, not $250 usd. If this was 3600mg of full spectrum CBD oil in a 30ml bottle, that might be worth $250 and only then.

Don’t waste your money especially with the HelloMD %20 off coupon. This product had absolutely no effect on me, someone who actually takes what is above 3600mg in a 30ml bottle of full spectrum CBD oil.

Handed off between 3 other users of this site for their opinions they all said the same thing so I’m able to write what I did based on the opinions of 4 people who know CBD, COAs and labels and how companies try to fool you.

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