- September 10, 2014
How Do I See How Many Reward Points I Have?
1) Log in to your account by clicking the 'Log In' link at the top of the page.
3) View your account page by clicking the 'My Account' link at the top of the page.
4) On this page you will now be able to see your total rewards points and their value in the 'Rewards Points' box to the right hand side of the page.
How Do I Use My Points I Have Collected?
When you have collected enough points you can either use them to make a complete purchase or you can use them along side your transaction. For example if you bought some https://www.simplyeliquid.co.uk/blameless-juice-madagascan-delight-100ml for £8.95 you could either purchase the e liquid for £8.95 worth of points or you could put your points towards your purchase. So if you had £4 worth of points you could use these and then only pay £4.95 to get your e liquid.
Step By Step Guide To Using Your Points To Purchase Vaping Goodies:
1) Find whatever it is on our site that you wish to purchase and click the button 'Add to Cart'. For this example I am going to buy some 'Max Taste Cool Mint E Liquid'.
2) When you have all the items in your basket you wish to purchase click the 'Checkout' button towards the bottom right of the page.
3) Check that your shipping information is correct in terms of the shipping address and the preferred shipping method to use for your order. When you are happy click the button 'Continue'.
4) You should now see the 'Payment Method' screen which will display how many points you will earn from your current transaction the sub total of your current transaction, the promotional shi
- September 04, 2014
The Latest Crazy Method To Get Drunk
Creative ways to ingest alcohol are nothing new…but like many of the other odd ways people have dreamed up to get intoxicated, “vaping alcohol” is very dangerous. The trend has swept across bars and student digs across the country and many participants are ignorant of the effects of it.
Vaping Alcohol Can Have Serious Health Implications
There was a trend not so long ago for doing “eyeball shots” where young people would douse their open eye with a short blast of spirits…the eye absorbed the alcohol far faster than drinking it could. Similarly people have been known to snort alcohol in the same manner as they might snort class A drugs…this can cause real problems for those taking part.
And now there’s a trend to vape alcohol and experts are warning against it as consequences can be fraught with danger. When alcohol vapour is inhaled, it bypasses the stomach and liver and goes straight to the brain and bloodstream. The alcohol is more potent because it is not being metabolized in the usual way…meaning participants become very drunk very quickly….it’s also hard for people to judge how much alcohol they are using at one sitting.
The Effects Without The Calories
Some participants think that vaping alcohol is a good way to avoid putting on the weight associated with alcoholic drinks but in actual fact the health risks of ingesting it in this way far outweigh the health risks of a small weight gain.
When the lungs are made to inhale something other than air, they react and could lead to bronchospasm.in addition to lung infections. These risks are in addition to the risk of overdosing and becoming very sick indeed.
There are a variety of ways that people are ingesting alcohol in this fashion and all are to be avoided…vaping alcohol is dangerous and could seriously damage your lungs, nasal passages or respiratory tract.
- September 01, 2014
Who Wants To Ban Indoor Vaping
The World Health Organisation (WHO) have expressed a desire that vaping should be banned indoors. Despite the fact the E-cigarettes produce only vapour and not smoke WHO are still stating that the helpful devices should not be allowed to be used indoors.
In a statement WHO even admitted that E-cigarettes emit lower levels of toxins than traditional cigarettes do. WHO have stuck by their beliefs despite the fact that studies show that smokers who use E Cigarettes as an aid to stop smoking have more success than those who use patches or gum.
"No Evidence Of Any Harm To Bystanders From The Use Of These Devices"
Action on Smoking and Health’s director of policy and research Hazel Cheeseman has responded to WHO’s claims by stating that there was “no evidence of any harm to bystanders from the use of these devices.”
She added that, “Smoking kills 100,000 people in the UK alone. Smokers who switch to using electronic cigarettes in whole or in part are likely to substantially reduce their health risks.”
Electronic Cigarettes Helping People To Quit Worldwide
It’s certainly true that E-Cigarettes are already helping many people to quit smoking for good…one only has to look at the widespread and growing use of them on the high street to see the evidence that smokers feel that stopping the use of nicotine is far easier with the help of an E-Cigarette.
Research is ongoing with Cancer Research UK funding much-needed new research into E-Cigarettes but the knowledge already held indicates that people are 60% more likely to stop smoking when using E-Cigarettes than they are using nicotine replacements such as gum or patches… and as people begin to question the blind trust previously held in many large organisations it is probable that the public will largely make up their own mind regarding their use of E-Cigarettes. Sales are booming