The products sold by are not intended for non-smokers. If you do not currently smoke tobacco or vapor, the use of these products is not recommended. It’s important that any vapor product is used only as directed, and you should not share your vapor device with anyone else. Please be mindful of the fact that the use of vapor products is not designed as a method of smoking cessation, and electronic cigarettes, personal vaporizers, and e-liquids are not approved by the FDA. Please consult with a physician if you plan to quit smoking.

You must be of legal age to smoke in your state to use any vapor product, and they should never be used while driving. You should always vape outdoors away from other humans or animals. Do not drink or consume e-liquids by any manner other than instructed. All products will have some variance in ingredients and nicotine levels, as exact amounts cannot be guaranteed by the manufacturers.

There are some ingredients contained in some e-liquid products, and also within components of devices that can produce hazardous chemicals that have been cited as potentially causing injury and or disease in the lungs.  If any e-liquid is swallowed, contact the poison control center immediately.

Never attempt to deconstruct or modify a vapor device in any way. Do not attempt to fix, correct, or install any parts of your vapor apparatus – any defect issues should always be brought to the attention of the manufacturer. If you hear anything unusual from your device, stop using it immediately and contact its seller. Any nicotine-based vapor device should be used in moderation, especially at first as you are much more susceptible to nicotine overdose, which can lead to irregular heartbeat and other symptoms. Always dispose of expired vapor devices in accordance with laws in your area. Keep your vapor device away from children at all times, and drink at least 8 cups of water a day while using such products – nicotine is a vasoconstrictor and water will assist your body’s ability to metabolize it.

For more information on the safety of using E-Cigarettes, visit the FDA’s website at:


Electronic cigarettes may contain nicotine and are intended for use by adult smokers.  Nicotine is addictive, potentially harmful, and should not be used by those under the legal smoking age, pregnant or nursing women, or persons with heart disease, high blood pressure, or any other medical conditions that may be exacerbated or induced by nicotine.  Nicotine is a chemical known to the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Consult your physician before using these products or any other similar product.  Discontinue use of this product immediately if you experience symptoms such as nausea, dizziness, a weak or rapid heartbeat, vomiting, diarrhea, or any negative physical symptoms.  These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or mitigate any disease or medical condition, and do not offer any therapeutic benefits.

Any nicotine product may interact with a prescribed pharmaceutical prescription.  Please consult with a doctor in order to remain safe from serious complications stemming from drug interactions.

Vaporizer products are not intended to be used in conjunction with illegal use of alcohol, or any other illicit substance.


Electronic cigarettes commonly contain Lithium-ion batteries, which hold a large electrical charge but also can volatile. It is important to read and follow all safety instructions that come with e-cigarettes and their batteries. Failure to follow instructions, improper storage, mixing different batteries, modifying devices, using batteries in non-approved devices can all lead to battery failure resulting in fire or explosion. BE CAREFUL SO YOU DON’T HURT YOURSELF.

Batteries can fail if overcharged, do not leave them plugged into a laptop, charger, or wall socket when fully charged. Batteries can fail if they are not stored properly, in non-conductive containers separate from any other metal objects. Storing batteries with other batteries or placing in pocket with keys or other metal object can cause battery fires, explosions and user injury.

E-Cigarette batteries should not be used around water or in a humid environment. Exposure to moisture can cause a battery to short and catch fire or explore.

If a battery begins to balloon, swell, smoke, or become very hot, immediately disconnect it from a power source and leave the area. Do not approach the battery for at least two hours, then dispose of it safely and properly.

Batteries should only be charged with a charger meant for that specific battery, according the manufacturer’s instructions. Charging a battery with a non-approved charger could damage it or cause it to catch fire or explode.

If the insulation surrounding a batter is damaged or torn, do not use the battery and dispose of it as hazardous household waste.

Batteries are dangerous and must be kept away from children and pets. A child or animal could place a battery in their mouth, potentially causing electric shock and exposure to various chemicals. If a child or pet should chew or swallow a batter, immediately call 911 or the poison control center.

Batteries should be disposed of properly, as hazardous waste. Check with you local municipality to see how they collect household hazardous waste. Batteries should not be thrown in the trash and should NEVER be placed in a fire or otherwise intentionally damaged.