E-Liquid

E-LIQUIDS are the main component that go inside an electronic cigarette or a vaping device.  E-Liquid or E-juices are made from four ingredients: Vegetable glycerin , Propylen Glycol, Nicotine, natural and artificial flavors. Vegetable glycerin is what creates vapor, it is the same ingredient used to generate fog in circus and concerts. It is thik and sweet . Propylen Glycol is a flavor carrier and it is also used to dilute the other agents. It is thin and it feels warm when you touch it. Flavors are food grade and are the same ones used in the food industry. Finally, nicotine is extracted from tobacco leaf and added to the liquid in different doses.  Nicotine is also found in different vegetables such as eggplants, asparagus, cauliflowers, potatoes…

E-liquids come in many different flavors, different VG/PG ( Vegetable Glycerin / Propylen Glycol ), and different nicotine strengths.

E-liquids are that VG dominant which mean that 60-90% is vegetable glycerin. These type of E-liquids are used by devices that create dense vapor at a medium to high wattage range.  Other liquids are 50/50 VG/PG. Those are used in small devices, mainly MTL ( mounth to lung). They create much less vapor, provide with a throat hit and are very usually flavorful.

E-liquids that are high in VG (60%VG + ) are found in 3mg nicotine strength and 6mg nicotine strength. The others that are 50/50 are used in higher nicotine concentration in pod devices such as 25mg and 50mg. Since the devices produces a little bit of vapor, the concentration of nicotine is high.

E-Liquids exist in different nicotine levels, from no nicoctine E-Liquids ( 0mg) , to 3mg, 6mg, 12mg, 25mg and 50mg.

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