It's the latest teenage trend: Juling. Sounds innocent enough, right? But this discrete, e-cigarette packs an addictive nicotine punch and kids are so addicted that they learn at school.
"Juuls are really common, they're everywhere, you go to the bathroom and there's a group of kids who mix and then beat them up in class again, they're really common," Seminole High School College said Student Chase Wiley.
Wiley says some kids get them from older siblings who are 18 years or older. The owner of Purple Haze, Leo Calzadilla, agrees and knows another source from which children get them.
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" They are very addictive, they have the same amount Nicotine like a pack of cigarettes, "said Sophie Warich. She tried to make it easier for Juuling to smoke cigarettes, but warns everyone that Juice's nicotine removal has become much worse than cigarettes.
Warich is not surprised that teenagers cling to the strong product.
When Juvenile Juveniles Meet In schools, Wiley says school officials are just starting to familiarize themselves with the discrete trend.
"I know there was a teacher who had one on his desk who thought it was a flash for about a month Wiley said:
We stretched out to Hillsborough County school district and they said That their school officials know about Juuling, but say it's not a big problem in their schools. "When we reached the Pinellas County School District, they said that (19659002) But Wiley, a student from a Pinellas County school, says that is a big problem.
"I think with all trends coming and going, I think in my mind it is very widespread. It does not seem like it's going anywhere, "said Wiley.
Juuls come with a 5 percent nicotine content, which is the ingredient that can make you addicted.
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