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What is in E-Juice?

What is in E-Juice?
  • Vegetable Glycerin (VG) 
  • Propylene Glycol (PG) 
  • Nicotine 
  • Flavouring  
Vegetable Glycerin
Vegetable Glycerin, also known as VG, is an organic sugar-alcohol compound that is derived from vegetable oil. It is comprised of just 3 elements, carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen. VG is a viscous liquid that is slightly sweet and is used to make clouds of vapor denser. The hit from a VG based liquid tends to be smoother on the throat and more inviting for new vapers.

Propylene Glycol 
Propylene Glycol also known as PG, is a petroleum by-product. The liquid is colorless and odorless and is less thick than its VG counterpart and also produces less visible vapor. Within vaping it is used to more efficiently carry flavor and nicotine of the E-Liquid. PG also can cause more of a “throat hit”, which is a slight irritation experienced in your throat similar to smoking. Some former smokers will prefer a liquid that is higher in PG because the sensation is more similar to smoking.

Nicotine Chemical Structure Nicotine is the addictive chemical that keeps smokers smoking. In E-Juice it is added in liquid form and can be found in a variety of strengths. We do not advocate the use of juices with nicotine and would encourage users to consider nicotine free juices.

Flavoring is very subjective, not everyone is going to enjoy the same taste. This is why companies offer a wide-array of flavors to excite the pallets of users. Flavors can range from baked goods, coffee, pop, fruits, candy, mints and so on. There are even tobacco flavoured e-juices for smoking “purists” or flavorless juices for those who want no taste at all.

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