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Velo is a popular brand of nicotine pouches that was formerly known as Lyft before it underwent a rebranding in 2022. They are renowned for using top-quality ingredients and have a tantalising range of flavours including Elderflower Spritz, Winter Chill and Creamy Coffee.
Are you wondering if Velo is a drug? Nicotine pouches aren’t strictly a drug. Just like cigarettes, they contain nicotine, which is an addictive substance; however, they do not contain any of the other harmful substances found in tobacco. Essentially, they are a safer way to enjoy nicotine.
Velo pouches come in a variety of strengths based on their nicotine content. To give you an idea of the range available, their Extra Strong pouches contain 10 mg of nicotine, while their mini pouches contain just 4 mg of nicotine.
The short answer is yes! Velo pouches do not contain any tobacco, which is known to contain several substances that can have harmful effects on our health.
Most people consume Velo safely without suffering from any unexpected symptoms. Nonetheless, all nicotine pouches can cause some non-threatening side effects, particularly if you are new to nicotine products. The most common side effects are dry mouth, constipation, nausea and sleep disturbance.
Just like all tobacco-free nicotine pouches, Velo comes in the form of small white pouches. Place the pouch underneath your upper lip, so it is touching your gum and leave it in place for 30 to 45 minutes. When you can’t taste it anymore, discard the pouch in the bin.