What Is In Your Favorite Vape Juice?
Whether you are a novice or long-time vaper, vape life is something that has become part of you. You’re probably also always on the lookout for new exciting juices and flavors. But have you ever stopped to think what goes into your juice of choice? We are already conscious of the possible health risks of smoking so when moving on to vaping it becomes important to know what makes up our favorite vape juices.
If you are just a beginner in the world of vaping then let’s start off with some basics – for the more experienced vaper you can skip this part and head on to “what makes up vape juices”:
What is Vaping?
Vaping is the process of inhaling a vapor (usually partnered with some sick vapor tricks). The vapor is created by using a vaporizer (vape) to heat vape materials such as e-liquid (vape juice).
What is Vape Juice?
E-liquid, e-juice or vape juice are all different names for the same thing. It describes the liquid which is used in vaporizers to create the vapor. It comes in a variety of simple flavors (such as Grape, Pudding, Melon, and more) and some crazier ones too for the adventurous vaper (such as Wonder Worm, Liquid Gold, and Unicorn MILF) . The juice can also come with varying amounts of nicotine, including zero nicotine options.
What Makes Up Vape Juices?
Making vape juice is considered by many to be a relatively simple process. But, as with anything in life, it’s simpler when you have the expertise and as such, buying from a quality vape retailer is the best option.
Juices are made by combining a few different ingredients mixed in different ways. These ingredients include:
Propylene Glycol (PG) is a base liquid used by vape juice producers. It is an odorless, colorless organic chemical product. The product is federally approved and can be found in other products such as food and medicine.
Vegetable Glycerol (VG) is similar to PG. Like PG, VG is federally approved and used in a variety of foods and other products. VG is a thicker liquid compared to PG and has a sweet taste to it. Because of this and unlike PG, VG can affect the flavor of the vape juice. This can either be for better or worse depending on personal taste and its composition in the liquid.
Distilled Water Or Vodka
The addition of either of these ingredients is not essential but can provide an extra dimension to the vape juice. Vodka for example, gives an added throat hit without adding nicotine. The distilled water is often used instead of vodka and is good for thinning out thick VG juices.
This is where the magic happens. There are tons of flavors. Furthermore, the mixing of flavors can create a variety of exciting and new flavors such as ‘Cookies and Cream’ or ‘White Ice’. Good quality liquids use flavors which have been designed to be inhaled as opposed to normal food flavorings.
For many, this is where the other part of the magic happens. Diluted nicotine liquid can be used in a PG or VG base. The nicotine comes in various strengths and can be seen on the labels of vape juice bottles. The strength you want in your vape juice is completely dependent on your taste and you will find what bests suits your needs through experimentation.
As you can see, there are a lot of things to consider when choosing a vape juice. Knowing what goes into them is an important part of choosing the correct vape juice for yourself and for what you want to achieve with your vape style.
What Is In Your Favorite Vape Juice? (Infographic)
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