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What is e-liquid
E-liquid, E Juice or vape juice is the liquid which is used in all electronic cigarettes. It is made up of four main components which are Propylene Glycol, Vegetable Glycerine, Nicotine in some cases and flavourings. All E-liquids sold by us match the regulation enforced by the UK government and are tested to guarantee they are safe, with backing from the NHS from 2015, stating that e-cigarettes are 95% less harmful than traditional cigarettes. With that being said, however, there is one thing to worry about, nicotine itself. Nicotine is not something to take likely; over absorption can lead anywhere from headaches to migraines and so forth. There are thousands of amazing flavours to choose from, all unique and with their own flavour notes. For more information on nicotine, please click here or for the best advice, visit one of our stores or contact us here.
What is a short fill e-liquid?
Short fill e-liquids or short fill vape juices are bigger versions of the regular 10ml(ml) bottles, with the exception on having no nicotine. These bottles are designed in such a way that they are filled less than the bottle size, and this is why they are called short fill, this allows for a 10ml nicotine booster to be mixed in, to create the required nicotine strength for each individual. For example, a 60ml short fill bottle only has 50ml inside, allowing for a 10ml nicotine booster to be mixed in and create a strength of 3mg (milligrams) nicotine. 100ml bottles have 20ml of space available for use with two nicotine boosters. Since they hold a larger quantity of liquid, more nicotine boosters are needed for the same result.
What is the difference between PG (Propylene Glycol ) and VG (Vegetable Glycerine)?
A: PG is used since it produces a better throat hit or nicotine sensation, allowing the user to get a similar feeling to smoking cigarettes. VG is used to carry flavours forward better and produces a thicker vapour cloud. Both PG and VG are used in different ratios in e-cigarettes such as 70-30, 80-20 etc. and both have distinct characteristics which are useful such as ease of vaporisation. These products have been used for a while in theatrical smoke machines since they produce such dense vapour and are safe to inhale. PG stands for Propylene Glycol (an artificial mixing agent) and VG stands for Vegetable Glycerin (a natural mixing agent.) These are mixed in different ratios to produce the base of every e-liquid, then flavouring and nicotine (if needed) are added. To put things basically, PG contributes to the throat hit you get and VG is used for dense vapour.
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