Don’t listen to e-cig companies that claim you can vape vitamins

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Can you really vape vitamins? That’s the claim from companies like VitaCig, the latest innovation from a company that built a marijuana e-cig and is working on an alcoholic one.

VitaCig is a “nicotine-free e-cig that delivers a water-vapor mixed with vitamins and organic flavors.” All VitaCigs are said to contain Vitamins A, B, C, E, and CoQ10, an enzyme complex the American Cancer Society says may have beneficial health effects but has not been adequately studied.

The $5 disposable devices comes in five varieties: Calm, Relax, Refresh, Grace, and Energize, each boasting attendant health benefits. VitaCig users — some of whom are also shareholders of its parent company mCig’s penny stock — say they love it.

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