September 19, 2017 e-Liquid-LIQUA

Why Do Some E-Liquids Vape Better Than Others?

It can be difficult choosing the best e-juice if you don’t know what you’re looking for. The type of e-liquid you are using, the type of tank, and the type of device all affect how much vapor you are producing. Here is a look at what makes the best e-juices for different types of devices.

PG/VG

When you are shopping for an e-liquid you may notice that they have different viscosities and nicotine levels. The viscosity is dependent on the ratio of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin. What the best type for you depends on the device you’re using and your personal preference. Some vapers stick with a 50/50 blend. They are both colorless and odorless liquids. Here is a rundown of what to expect from each solvent in your juice.

Propylene Glycol

  • PG is a petroleum by-product found in many everyday items.
  • It has been shown to be safe for oral and topical use.
  • It is toxic to cats.
  • PG is thinner than VG and can leave sticky buildup in your device.
  • PG has more of a throat hit than VG.
  • It also allow more flavor to come through.
  • Higher PG ratios produce smaller clouds of vapor.
  • Using PG at higher temperatures can create a burnt taste.
  • Some individuals have an allergy to PG.

Vegetable Glycerin

  • It is derived from vegetable oil and can be found in food and other everyday products.
  • It has been shown to be a safe substance.
  • VG is highly resistant to heat.
  • If using a type of juice containing only VG will help you avoid any allergic reactions.
  • It is thicker than PG and can cause a buildup in your device.
  • VG has a sweeter taste to it that is better for candy flavors.

E-Liquid Flavors That Damage Plastic Tanks

Some flavorings are known to crack plastic tanks. If you are using this type of tank make sure to avoid flavors like lemon, orange, anise, cinnamon, or other citric acids. Avoid using these in plastic tanks to avoid damage that might be irreparable.

Choosing the Right Nicotine Level

E-juices can come in many different nicotine strengths to suit your addiction. The nicotine level is printed on the label of your juice. Many people desire to reduce the amount of nicotine in order to improve their health. This is something you can’t do with traditional cigarettes. By decreasing your nicotine level gradually you can avoid the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal. There are many people who even use nicotine free flavors in their devices.

0 mg/ml is a nicotine-free e-liquid. 3 and 6 mg/ml are a low level of nicotine, 12 mg/ml is a moderate, and 18 to 24 mg/ml is a high nicotine level. Clearomizers and cartomizers generally use higher nicotine levels than what you will need with a sub-ohm device due to how they work. An 18 mg/ml is a normal level for the first two while something as low as 3 mg/ml can be used with a sub-ohm device.

Type of Tanks and Devices

Cartomizers and clearomizers do not produce the same amount of vapor as sub-ohm tanks. If you want to make the biggest clouds, go with a sub-ohm tank and juice that has a high VG ratio. While PG is shown to leave less build up in your device, this makes it a better choice when it comes to cartomizers and clearomizers. MODs are more customizable and offer adjustments that make your vaping experience exactly the way you want it. There is no right choice when it comes to tanks but it is all up to your personal preferences.

Depending on your taste there are many options when it comes to vape juices. Make sure you know what flavors might break your tank, what types of tanks are best to use, and what PG/VG ratios are best for you. There is no one single answer so you will have to try a few out for yourself to see what your preference is. Pick up a couple bottles of LIQUA from Santa Clara Vapors today and see what you think.

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