0

TheraVape Blog

New Changes to Salt Nic Ejuice

Key Takeaways: Our salt nicotine strength is changing and the numbers on the bottle will be stronger than the numbers you're used to, in accordance with the new regulations and nicotine testing standard. A new 20mg/mL salt nic ejuice will now be as strong as an old 36mg/mL. A new 10mg/mL salt nic ejuice will now be as strong as an old 18mg/mL. Not all manufacturers or retailers will understand this situation just yet until the information has had sufficient time to disseminate, and be incorporated into business processes. 35mg/mL users are safe, but 50mg/mL is gone. Long live 50mg/mL......

Read more →


Nicotine Limit Coming

The day appears to be set for July 23, but it looks like the 20mg/mL cap is now official. This means that any eliquids or pods above 20mg/mL will no longer be legal for sale after July 23, 2021. Please consider stocking up to get by, but as we've been advising our in-store customers for the past few months, do your best to step down to 20mg/mL as soon as you can.  How can you reduce your nicotine level this quickly? It may be tough, but we have a few suggestions for people that find it difficult to transition down this...

Read more →


New Canadian Child Resistant Requirements

As you may or may not know, tanks and pods are required to be CRC (certified child resistant) this year, due to new regulations, but manufacturers are still working on getting these products to market.  COVID-19 made certification testing impossible for several months in 2020, which caused production delays but these products are finally starting to trickle into the market.  As they become available, we'll be switching over to ensure all of our products are compliant.  Thankfully, with COVID-19 also came difficulties in enforcement, so Health Canada gave a notice to industry that we generally have some extra time to...

Read more →


New Arrivals at Theravape

We've added some new hardware at Theravape!  Choose from 3 different compact vapes to suit your individual vaping needs. Voopoo Drag X, Voopoo Drag X, and Allo Disposables.

Read more →


New advertising restrictions in Canada

Health Canada released their new guidelines for vape product advertising restrictions, dated June 26.  It establishes new rules for how vape products can be advertised across Canada where there are no conflicting provincial regulations in place.  We had a brief read through it and are happy to report that our customers are not likely to be impacted by these new regulations. The objective of the new regs is to reduce youth inducement while balancing the needs of smokers and vapers.  In our view, they did an excellent job, understanding that vape shops are already age-restricted spaces and focusing their efforts...

Read more →


Which Tank Should I Get?

With devices ranging from 12W to 150W and beyond, there's a big range to explore.  First time vapers may find it overwhelming and even experienced vapers may not have found the perfect combination of tank, power, and ejuice yet.  As a retailer, we're faced with deciding which devices to bring in and which to pass on.   Being an eliquid manufacturer first, we have the benefit of a large network of vendors in Canada that we are able to rely on when we need second opinions.  We also have an enthusiastic team that keeps their fingers on the pulse of the...

Read more →


News from Health Minister and CDC Update

TheraVape is happy to see that the federal government is working on ways to curb youth vaping uptake that restricts product promotion to within specialty vape shops where youth are legally prohibited from entering. They are, however, still considering additional flavour restrictions, which we think is a grave mistake, given that: 1) Youth are not allowed in vape shops to begin with 2) 77.7% of youth surveyed (2019 NYTS survey) did not list "flavours" as the reason they tried vaping, and 3) Over 90% of adults vape non-tobacco flavours. If flavours are important to you, please contact the honourable Patty...

Read more →


Dec 6 - The War on Vaping Continues

This week has seen no more new information from the CDC, except for the large role "Dank Vapes" products played, but this was already known months ago.  They are now aware that Dank Vapes is a non-centralized generic brand of packaging that has no single source.  Black market profiteers sourced this generic packaging online to package their own personal products and they are known to contain a range of contaminants including Vitamin E Acetate, the only chemical of concern thus far identified. Meanwhile, the CBC has been on a mission to steamroll vaping with a series devoted to spreading misinformation...

Read more →

Free same day shipping*
Free Same day shipping* applies to order over $35 in Canada placed before 2PM CST During regular business days, excluding holidays. Orders placed after 2PM CST may not be packaged in time for our scheduled daily mail pickup, depending on order volume for the day. If we discover an inventory error during order fulfillment, you will be contacted immediately to discuss options.

Sale

Unavailable

Sold Out