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PG (Propylene Glycol) vs. VG (Vegetable Glycerin) PG and VG are the odorless liquids that are combined with flavor and nicotine to create e-juice. Once heated they produce vapor that can be inhaled. Each has a different consistency to each other, and also have a slightly different taste as well as a distinct mouth and throat sensation when vaped. You ll typically order your ejuice in a ratio that will suit your style. Both VG and PG have been generally recognized as safe by the FDA. PG is used to provide a throat hit when vaped, which some users claim is similar to the sensation experienced when smoking tobacco. It also carries flavor more effectively than VG, meaning it s the most commonly used suspension fluid for flavor concentrates and nicotine. Beware that a high level of PG can be irritating to your throat.VG is a natural chemical, derived from vegetable oil, so is safe for vegetarians. It is commonly used in ejuice to give a thick sensation to vapor. It has a slightly sweet taste and is considerably thicker than PG. The hit from a high VG fluid is a lot smoother than with PG, making it more suitable for sub-ohm vaping. Since Vg is thicker, high ratio of VG clogs up coils more rapidly.
What Ratio You Should Use?
More Throat Hit & Less Cloud (Higher PG)
- If you enjoy a sharp throat hit when vaping, then you ll prefer a high PG ratio. Also, PG carries flavor a bit better than VG, so the flavor will be slightly improved too.More Smoothness & Bigger Cloud (Higher VG)
- High VG fluid tends to give a much smoother feeling on the throat, with a more substantial mouthfeel. The flavor can be muted in VG and this can be countered by using more power to produce more vapor.
Be careful to stay within the voltage/wattage limits of your ecigarette to avoid dry hits or damaging your equipment.VG E-liquid. Have you seen images of vapers with large billowing stacks of vapor? They’re using a VG base for that effect.Thicker: Vegetable glycerin is a considerably thicker solution, compared to propylene glycol. It has a slower absorption rate for wicks and cartomizers. More gunk: Because of it’s thick consistency, VG tends to gunk up and clog vaporizers, requiring more cleaning.Sweeter: On its own, VG has a slight sweet taste which also makes the e-liquid sweeter and the flavors a little difficult to detect.
While PG is know to give users a dry mouth, some vapers have complained about phlegm building up in their throat after using vegetable glycerin-based juices. Some vapers switch to VG due to allergies with PG. VG tends to be less allergenic.Less throat hit: You also get less of a throat hit when using VG.
On the upside, because of its thick consistency, VG e-liquids produce significantly more vapor and doesn t cause allergic reactions or irritations as often as propylene glycol.PG e-liquid First, let s talk about PG-based e-liquid, because it s the most popular of the two.PG and VG Eliquid Thinner Consistency: Due to the fact that propylene glycol has a runny consistency, PG e-liquid is thinner than the VG variety, and is easily absorbed by the polyfill and cotton fabric inside cartomizers and wick tanks.Less Gunk: The low density of the juice also means that gunk doesn t build up on the heating element of your vaporizer as fast as it does when thicker vegetable glycerin liquid is used.Does not affect flavor: Propylene glycol is a tasteless odorless substance, so it doesn t alter the flavor of the e-liquid in any way.Stronger throat hit: It s also a powerful humectant, so while it will dry your mouth and throat if used consistently, PG also produces a stronger throat hit, similar to that of tobacco cigarettes.
On the down side, propylene glycol has been known to cause allergic reactions in some e-cig users. These can vary from minor reactions, like a tingling sensation in the throat, to serious irritations on various parts of the body. If you experience any unusual symptoms after vaping PG e-liquid, it s best to stop using it immediately and switch to vegetable glycerin. Consult your doctor if necessary. I have an effective age verification process that satisfies due diligence as described in the Business Companion guide (https://www.businesscompanion.info/en/quick-guides/underage-sales/online-sales-of-age-restricted-products#Onlineageverificationchecks) for online age verification checks and I will not sell to persons that are under 18 years old
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