E-liquid is the fluid that fuels the electronic cigarette. It is what provides the nicotine solution and the flavouring to your taste. It uses ingredients to create a smooth flavour. This base can consist of P G (Propylene Glycol), V G (Vegetable Glycerine) or both. Most of our e-liquids have mixes containing 70% p g/v g 30% to 50% p g/v g 50%. P g and V G are combined with natural or artificial flavours such as vanilla or apple which creates unique and satisfying recipes. P G is used as a flavouring carrier in food colouring products.
Sources of e-liquids
We have a variety of top selling flavours, some contain nicotine and some are nicotine free. Our e juice varieties are offered in 5 different strengths, such as – None “0mg nicotine”, Extra Light “6mg nicotine”, Light “12mg nicotine”, Regular “18mg nicotine”, High “24mg nicotine”. Vegetable Glycerine is a sweet thick vegetable based liquid. 100% V G base is very thick and hard to smoke perfectly. A combine P G / V G blend is recommended. V G is non-toxic, P G is also non-toxic. It is used as an additive in various medicines. It creates the vapour in which you exhale that mimics the traditional smoke from analogue cigarettes.
History of e-Cigs
When Hon-lik, a Chinese pharmacist, began toiling with the idea of the modern e-cigarette, he did so with improved health and harm reduce in mind. He was a heavy smoker himself for years and his father had died of lung cancer, so his motivations were clear. In 2007 the new devices hit the market, and it was not long before they were off and running. In 2014 the e-cigarette market grossed 2.5 billion dollars in sales and all signs point to the market only continues to grow.
Effects of Pg and Vg
Pg is synthetic liquid substance that is essentially odourless and tasteless. It is use for its absorbent qualities and as a solvent for flavours and food colouring. Its uses, however, are widespread and you can find PG in everything from ice cream to anti-freeze. Vg is relatively safe substance. Also known as glycerol, it is a clear and odourless liquid that is made from plant oils, typically palm, soy, or coconut oil. It has many uses but you will most often find it in cosmetic products, lotions, and herbal tinctures. It is not only typically safe to your skin and body but is also safe to your consume.
Effects of e-liquids
No one can claim to know everything about the safety of e-cigarettes and their e juice contents despite the fact that many on both sides debate to claim. To keep it in preservative, it was only just a little over 500 years ago the most brilliant minds on the planet believed the earth was flat, and those years are just a drop in the bucket in our humane history. Remember, it was years after cigarettes were on the market before people realised the damage had done.