at 1524 prairie Ave , Port Coquitlam
Quality juice made by Venom Vapes BC Canada.
Welcome to Venom Vapes! We are a Canadian company right here in Port Coquitlam. We make our own venom (juice) for E-smokes (electronic cigarettes). Our product is a mix of propylene glycol, Vegetable glycerin, natural flavor and nicotine. We have 50 flavors ranging from 0 nicotine, 6 mg of nicotine, 12 mg of nicotine, 18 mg of nicotine, 24 mg of nicotine. Any questions or concerns you may have you can voice them on our page, e-mail use or contact us by phone. We will answer all you questions and or concerns. We appreciate any and all feedback. Thank you for liking our page. You can reach Shane or Pamela at 778-285-4047 Shane 778-861-4047 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Website will be up and running soon.
130 FB users likes venomvapes.ca, set it to 2 position in Likes Rating for Port Coquitlam, Canada in Business services category
Sale on juice $5.00 each selected flavours and starter kits until Sunday. New starter kit receive 2 juice
we are pleased to say we are working on some new stuff for the store . web site almost done
AAAAND feeling really really good so we have two winners. Rodney and Rob come on in and get your $50.00 in store credit.
Get in here and try the pumpkin OMG!!!! YUM
We'll be adding some new flavors all week. 2 new one for today are pumpkin and plum
$$$$$50.00 in store credit draw today. The draw will be held at 4 p.m. Oct. 24th 2014 Enter your name in the draw until 1:00 pm today.
Meet with people from around the globe who have taste buds for E-JUICE.
~~~~~~~DRAW DATE~~~~~~~~ Friday 24th 2014 at 2:00 p.m. SOMEONE will win $50.00 in store credit. 7 days left to sign up
Hi all, Thanksgiving was excellent with family and friends. We hope you had a relaxing time and enjoyed the long weekend.
We will be open for 2 hours on Sunday the 12 th 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Happy Thanksgiving everyone
Good morning everyone :) we are experiencing a little bit of rain today here in Poco, but don't let the gloomy weather stop you from getting out and finishing up last minute shopping for Thanksgiving. Make sure to stop here too! WE will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Sunday.
We have an array of products to suit everyone's needs from basic vaporizers ranging from $30.00-$200.00. Authentic KangerTech, Joytech, Itaste, Vision and Kamry. As well as herb and wax/butter pens Snoop dog, Atmos, VHit, Pluto and XHit
The Electronic Cigarette Trade Association (ECTA) of Canada and its members have reached out time and again to try to engage Health Canada in discussions on how to properly regulate electronic cigarettes, to no avail. To date, no ECTA member has received a follow-up letter in response to their replies to Health Canada warnings. What we do receive is another version, or a variation, of the same letter the next year. This has created a similar situation to that in the United States in 2010: The FDA was sued, and lost in court, for stopping electronic cigarette shipments. The courts repeatedly ruled that these products do not fall under the agency’s regulatory authority. In our case, we replied to Health Canada with a registered letter, declining their request, because, according to their own Prescription Drug List, nicotine in the concentrations found in electronic cigarette vapour is exempt. ECTA has funded a study, conducted at a Health Canada-accredited lab, which shows the amount of nicotine delivered by electronic cigarettes falls well below the 4 mg threshold set out by the government. Which means that nicotine is legal for Canadians to buy, sell and use without a prescription in the designated forms, as long as there are no health or cessation claims made by the business selling them. (We do not market our products as smoking cessation devices, and advance no particular health claims.) In the absence of proper regulation from the government, ECTA and its members have created an industry standard by applying all of the laws that are present in Canada to include: regular testing of liquids in a Health Canada-accredited lab, and product labelling as set out in the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations. All ECTA members enforce age-of-majority sales policies, both online and at retail locations. While Health Canada is telling Canadians that not enough is known about electronic cigarettes, ECTA continues to fund more testing, and is working with Canadian tobacco harm-reduction expert Paul Bergen. Contrary to Health Canada’s statements on the issue, numerous studies on e-cigarettes have been done worldwide — including by Dr. Konstantinos Farsalinos of the Department of Cardiology at the Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center in Athens, and Boston University School of Public Health professor Michael Siegel. Roughly 40,000 people in Canada will die from tobacco-related diseases this year, yet Health Canada is choosing not to study, or promote, this smokeless alternative Over the past few years, we have heard just about every argument, both for and against electronic cigarettes. But we think the most compelling is the basic idea of tobacco harm reduction: Those who vape are reducing the amount of harm they are doing to themselves, and those around them, simply by finding a new nicotine delivery system that doesn’t involve inhaling the by-products of burning plant matter. Electronic cigarettes are vaporizers. They vaporize liquid, which is made from a mixture of vegetable glycerine, propylene glycol, food-grade flavouring and (if desired) nicotine. Compare this to the numerous known cancer-causing chemicals in tobacco smoke that Canadian adults can freely purchase across the country. The smokeless devices I sell deliver just four ingredients that tens of thousands of people already are using across Canada. Roughly 40,000 people in Canada will die from tobacco-related diseases this year, yet Health Canada is choosing not to study, or promote, this smokeless alternative. Instead, they are harassing and threatening the small Canadian business owners who are trying to make a living by selling a legal product that simply gives people a choice. National Post