E-liquid or e-juice is used in a with e-cigarettes to produce vapor!
The base, or carrier, holds the nicotine and flavour in suspension so your e-cigarette or vaporizer can produce those nice clouds of smoke-like vapor.
Safe for Consumption
Both propylene glycol and vegetable glycerine are non-toxic organic compounds and generally considered safe for consumption by the FDA. In fact, they are widely used as food additives in a variety of commercially available food and personal care products. Like ketchup? There’s propylene glycol in it.
PG tends to give you a better throat hit and a lot more flavour. Most premium e-liquid is 100% PG based. VG e-liquid on the other hand. Allows your atomizer to produce a lot more vapor.
VG e-liquid is a thicker and more sticky fluid. Although most people do not show signs of allergy with VG., There are minority groups who complain about having phlegm build-up in their throats. The more VG e-liquid you use, the less of a throat hit you’re going to get – that’s the general idea.
The vaping community is evenly divided when it comes to e-liquid preference. Some enjoy the intense throat hits more than flavour and, others enjoy the sweet, thick plumes of vapor.
60 / 40 mix of VG and PG in your e-liquid can produce great vapor and more flavour. If you like, you can tend to use mix of both PG and VG in particular ratios, such as 70 VG / 30 PG. This is the optimum ratio for most each uses as it provides a nice throw hit, good flavour as well as tons of vapor production.