How Your E-Liquid Is Made

Vaping is becoming more and more popular. It’s popular with people who are trying to quit smoking, those who have already quit and those who never even started. Vaping is used for many people as a smoking cessation tool, but for many others, they simply do it for the enjoyment. It is believed to be safer than tobacco cigarettes and many find that they can breathe more easily once switching. However, one of the consistent knocks from critics is that you do not know what you are putting into your body. E-liquid for vapes is actually much simpler than many people think. Typically, it is made of only three ingredients.

  1. The Liquid

There are two basic liquids used for vaping e-liquid: propylene glycol and vegetable glycerine. Propylene glycol is a flavourless food-grade liquid that is the thinner of the two. It produces that desirable throat hit that many people find the best part of vaping. It is also completely flavourless, which people like.

Vegetable glycerine is another food-grade component, made from vegetable oils such as coconuts. It is not quite as strong in impact as propylene glycol, but it is much thicker. Vegetable glycerine is a slightly sweet liquid that is responsible for producing those incredibly thick clouds. Most e-liquid is a combination of the two. You can visit Nucig for e-liquids that are predominantly made up of vegetable glycerine and therefore less harsh on the throat.


  1. The Flavour

Flavouring agents are then added to the liquid to produce the flavour you want. Typically, they are flavoured with fruit or candy. Some people actually prefer that the e-liquid they purchase be flavoured to mimic tobacco cigarettes. When you start to shop with the very best suppliers, you can even narrow your tastes to be more specific. For example, certain e-liquid manufacturers have cigarette-flavoured e-liquid and also cigar-flavoured e-liquid. That’s a level of specificity you cannot get from lower-end suppliers.

The very best flavours are those that are made from natural ingredients, raw plant extracts and pharmaceutical-grade components. If it’s going to go into your body, it should be food-   or medical-grade.


  1. The Nicotine

Nicotine is one of the components of e-liquid that creates the throat hit. It also creates the positive feelings in tobacco cigarettes and the addictive quality as well. It is one of the most controversial additions to e-liquid. For those who are trying to quit smoking, it is very nice to be able to choose how much nicotine is included in your e-liquid. You can start with something extremely high, such as 26 mg of nicotine in your e-liquid and step it down gradually. Many people find that to be the easiest way to work themselves off nicotine. Some people want to have no nicotine at all, and that’s often an option as well. A nicotine-free e-liquid gives you the satisfaction and the flavour of vaping without the risk of physical addiction.

That’s about all there is to e-liquid. Some of them have some more complex flavours, but that’s about it. There are only three ingredients. When was the last time you ate food that only had three ingredients?


By Franklin Cedric