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Is 0.6% or 0.3% a good way for me to step down my nicotine usage?

None of our products are smoking cessation aids or devices. None of our products are meant to curtail nicotine addiction. Just like “half-caf” coffee provides a unique coffee experience that rests between “caffeinated” and “decaffeinated”, 0.6% nicotine provides a honed vaping experience that sits between 1.2% nicotine and zero nicotine. It’s simply another choice and it’s there for the vapers who feel that it’s the right choice for them. 



Additionally, sub-ohm tanks, RDAs, and RBAs are very efficient at delivering nicotine and flavor. Most people need to drop their nicotine content to 0.6% or 0.3% when they switch to higher wattage gear.

If you have concerns about nicotine addiction, we urge you to contact your primary care provider and ask about approved smoking cessation programs.

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WARNING: Johnson Creek™ e-Liquid products may contain nicotine, a poisonous and addictive substance. Johnson Creek™ products are intended for use by persons of legal age or older; and not, by children, women who are pregnant, or may become pregnant, or any person with an elevated risk of, or preexisting condition of, any medical condition, which includes, but is not limited to, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure or asthma. If you experience any side effects or possible side effects, stop using the product immediately and consult a physician. Product may be poisonous if orally ingested and is not intended to treat, prevent or cure any disease or condition. For their protection, please keep out of reach of children and pets. Johnson Creek™ products are not a smoking cessation product and have not been tested or guaranteed as such. The FDA, or any other health or regulatory authority, has not evaluated the safety of these products or any of the statements made by the manufacturer.

CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 - WARNING: This product contains nicotine, a chemical known to the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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