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Tobacco Tax, Wall Street and Some Incredibly Stupid Decisions

29th November 2016

Tobacco tax is known as a ‘sin’ tax. Which is a state sponsored excise tax specifically levied on certain goods deemed harmful to society and/or objects of widespread disapproval. In our case tobacco. The idea behind the sin tax is that it discourages certain behaviours without making them illegal... (we all know how successful prohibition was...). But sin taxes are regressive, as they hit the poorest the hardest, taking a larger portion from their income than from the wealthier, and in the long term, as we shall discover they are not good economics. Despite this, Governments love them as they sound great to the…

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Press Statement - FDA to Shut Down Totally Wicked

11th November 2016

- Press Statement - Friday November 11 - For immediate release -  FDA to Shut Down Totally Wicked Totally Wicked, the Bradenton, Florida based Electronic Cigarette and E-Liquid Company has decided it is time that the Vaping Industry and its Customers understand the reality facing them all. Totally Wicked arrived in the USA in 2008 and established the very first American bricks and mortar vape shop. Since then, we have built up a credible business with a proud history of standing up for vapers’ rights. We challenged the FDA in 2010 when it was illegally impounding our goods, and in Europe in 2015 we challenged…

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TOTALLY WICKED BRINGS A BILLION LIVES TO THEIR HOMETOWN OF BRADENTON

2nd November 2016

We are delighted to announce that Totally Wicked will be hosting a movie presentation of A Billion Lives. A true story of the vaping revolution and tragic corruption leading to a billion of deaths around the world. Having been at the Premier of the movie in Milwaukee in August, Stacey, our Customer Service Manager, was adamant that we must bring the show directly to our customers. While sadly we can’t bring it to all our customers, we felt that as Totally Wicked had opened the first Vape Store in the USA, in Bradenton, Florida, it was only fitting that we should…

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Could Vaping Help With Weight Control?

26th October 2016

Vaping flavored liquids could help with weight control, according to a paper co-authored by two Massey University researchers. Associate Professor Marewa Glover, Professor Bernhard Breier, and Professor Linda Bauld from Stirling University in Scotland, undertook a review of existing research. Their aim was to explore the theory that vaping could help battle obesity, by first establishing what the scientific consensus is to date. Dr Glover, who led the review, says current knowledge supports the idea that vaping flavored e-liquids might help with weight control, but further research is needed. "Vaping's use of e-liquids with food flavors, along with the mouth-feel and aroma of the…

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Vapor from electronic cigarettes is non-toxic to human lung cells under normal usage conditions.

5th October 2016

The Tobacco Reporter in an article entitled “BAT providing e-cig leadership” reported on a British American Tobacco press note published October 1st in which it referenced two papers. Even when tests were performed using what was described as ‘extremely unrealistically high doses’, electronic cigarette vapor proved to be significantly less toxic to human lung cells than did cigarette smoke. And whereas cigarette smoke was cytotoxic even at levels typically observed in real life use, lung cells exhibited low levels of cytotoxicity only after exposing them to an amount of vapor equivalent to a day’s exposure in just one hour. “We only saw signs…

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Victory For Vapers In Pennsylvania

28th September 2016

The House Finance Committee voted 19-14 repeal the 40-percent retroactive tax that is poised to drive hundreds of vape shops out of business and cost over 1,000 full time jobs. The 40-percent tax  on vape shop inventories is set to go into effect this Saturday, with crippling tax payments due 90 days after. The legislation advanced this week, HB2342, sponsored by Rep. Jeff Wheeland, replaces the 40-percent tax with a 5-cents-per-milliliter tax. This change would raise revenue without driving vape businesses under. “Vape shops owners don’t deserve to be taxed out of business to enable Harrisburg’s out-of-control spending,” commented Bob Dick, senior policy analyst…

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John Boehner Joins Tobacco Giants Reynolds America

15th September 2016

Well known heavy smoker, Former House Speaker John Boehner, loved to light up a cigarette during his years in Congress. Now he’s joining the board of tobacco heavyweight Reynolds American, the company announced today, Thursday September 15. Boehner, reportedly such a fan of Camel Ultra Lights that his successor Paul D. Ryan had to fumigate the speaker’s office before moving in, resigned in October after serving in Congress for 25 years and as Speaker for four. Reynolds American Inc., based in Winston-Salem, N.C., owns R.J. Reynolds, the second-largest U.S. tobacco company whose brands include Newport and Camel. Boehner, will serve on the board’s corporate governance, nominating…

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E-cigarettes and Pregnant Women

8th September 2016

Scotland, UK to conduct first ever study examining the safety of e-cigarettes on pregnant women and any possible impact of vaping on unborn babies. The study is set to begin next year and several hundred women will be recruited to investigate if vaping can help pregnant women who are struggling to stop smoking. Carried out by the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies as well as a network of universities, the progress of the babies will be tracked until they are two to asses if there are any potential harmful effects. This study comes after a recent article stated that vaping is…

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US Doctors Frequently Discuss Electronic Cigarettes

31st August 2016

A new paper entitled "Beliefs, practices, and self-efficacy of US physicians regarding smoking cessation and electronic cigarettes – A National survey” reveals that US Doctors are frequently discussing electronic cigarettes (e-cigs) with patients in a clinical setting. A substantial proportion of physicians also recommend e-cigs to their patients who smoke. Over 70% of the more than 560 physicians who participated in the written survey indicated that e-cigs can help patients reduce or eliminate smoking, and nearly half said that they believe e-cigs can reduce risk. Physicians are less likely to recommend e-cigs as a way to quit smoking. Approximately two-thirds of the…

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Dear FDA Center for Tobacco Products

18th August 2016

We asked you to tell us your vaping stories, here is an excellent one which we are publishing 100% unedited. Please continue to let us know how vaping has been a force for good in your life. Dear FDA Center for Tobacco Products, My name is Robert Jacobson and I am a 37-year-old male, a born American citizen, the Executive Director of a statewide California public health nonprofit organization, a college graduate with a degree in business, a 15-year veteran of the casino industry, a former smoker and current ‘vaper’. As is the case with many children of smokers, I began smoking as…

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You must be eighteen (18) years of age (21 in some states), and possess a valid credit card to purchase our products. 

Totally Wicked – E.Liquid (USA) Incorporated. will not sell products to minors. Totally Wicked – E.Liquid (USA) Incorporated reserves the right to cancel any sales transaction based on its sole discretion where it reasonably believes the purchaser is purchasing products on behalf of a minor. Click here for more information.