Unfortunately Steve I live in one of the the 3 States “Arkansas” where it’s against FDA regulations for me to order ejuices online. Idaho and Indiana are the same way. I’m stuck to only the selections of juices from the few Vape Shops we have here and a small selection that a tobacco superstore has. I can’t get a Sample Box subscription, Dollar ejuice of the month club,ect.. So in all honesty I’m starting to get burnt out on the same juice lines. There are so many varieties of brands and flavors out there and I’m stuck with maybe 5% of what’s out there. I’ve emailed and called my state representatives about this issue but it takes more than 1 voice. I try to spread advocacy about vaping but in states that tend to be more Conservative on every single issue, trying to spread advocacy about vaping and my right to vape it just seems like I’m yelling in the wind. I pray that people don’t take for granted that they have an unlimited access to flavors online. Anyway, just wanted to share with you what vapers down here are having to deal with. Peace out Steve and keep vaping!
Sorry to hear Brad, that is a bad deal for sure. Sadly we as vapers are getting screwed from our local gov and federal gov. Maybe ine day ee will get some politicians in our side. Maybe talk to your shops about carrying some of these brands, maybe they can get these and sell them in the shop.
Today I’m vaping Humble’s Tropic Thunder Ice and some of my own diy ejuice. It’s a diy strawberry milk recipe I found online.
Hate seeing that some people are limited by regulations. Maybe Bradley could look into mixing his own juice. If I can do it, anyone can.