Currently there is some controversy surrounding the use of this substance in vapor products, though no concrete evidence has emerged to explicitly label it as harmful. There has been discussion of acetyl propionyl causing damage to the respiratory tract, and it has been known to harm the lungs in studies done on animals. For the time being, until further research emerges, we will carry e-liquid brands that contain acetyl propionyl, but we will identify them as such.
Rewraps and Chinese manufactured batteries will often overstate the CDR, or use other ratings instead of it. One good example is the maximum discharge rating (or maximum discharge current), which may even be the only rating on the wrap. It is the maximum current that a battery can supply in short intervals (that are most of the times not mentioned on the rating). This is not a rating that should be taken into account when considering a battery, as it is often times misleading. Always look for the CDR of a battery, and cross-check ratings with online sources.
Anxiety and fear are natural human reactions, but it’s vital to manage them so they don’t affect our quality of life. The calming properties of CBD vape juice help to achieve this, promoting a surge of soothing GABA neurotransmitters into the brain. CBD is great for reducing the nervousness associated with social anxiety, as well as generalized symptoms.
You should also read several reviews about the accuracy of the chargers you are considering. Some vapers found that their chargers were indicating full batteries long before actually reaching full charging capacity. This can ultimately shorten battery life, so you want to be sure that your charger is giving you an accurate picture of charging status.
Going over the ratings of reputable manufacturers, you will notice a pattern: there is always a trade-off between CDR and capacity. There is (still) no 18650 with a CDR over 30 amps. At the same time, no 18650 with a capacity at or over 3000 mAh, will have a CDR over 20 amps. Until further notice, any battery that is not rated according to these two rules can be assumed to be falsely rated.