e Liquid with Nicotine
Available with nicotine or without nicotine. Our e Liquid with nicotine comes in strengths of 8,12,18 and 24 while our e Liquid without nicotine is marked with a 0 (zero).
One of the main ingredients in e juice is vegetable glycerin or VG. The other ingredient is propylene glycol or PG. In general, VG provides a thicker vapour and a sweeter taste while PG proceeds a more intense flavour and better throat hit. They can be vaped on their own or mixed in a blend together.
All e liquid comes with a child proof cap for added safety. Always be careful when using e juice around children and it's a good idea to keep it locked away to prevent any accidental contact.
What Is Premium e-Liquid?
Regular e Liquid may contain any of the chemicals listed below and are widely considered harmful if inhaled.
Diacetyl: Diacetyl is used in many food products to create an artificial creamy, buttery flavour. Diacetyl can be harmful if inhaled.
Acetoin: Acetoin may react when mixed with other chemicals and may create traces of Diacetyl.
We do not use any flavoring ingredients containing Acetoin or Diacetyl in our eJuice.
Only The Highest Quality Food-Grade Flavoring
We select only the highest quality food-grade flavouring ingredients in our e Liquid sourced from trusted North American suppliers to ensure Juicy e-liquids deliver premium flavour and vapor with every puff.
All about PG and VG
What are PG and VG? PG stands for Propylene Glycol, while VG stands for Vegetable Glycerin. These two components are what make up most of the e-liquid that your electronic cigarette contains. Both of these main components are essentially non-toxic, meaning that they are safe for the use of human beings. Aside from this, PG and VG also have the ability to be easily emulsified with other ingredients as well as to carry various flavors well.
As mentioned above, both the Propylene Glycol and the Vegetable Glycerin are essentially non-toxic. Both of these e-liquid components have been deemed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as “Generally Recognized as Safe” for human consumption. This means that even before you have started using electronic cigarettes and inhaling the vapor produced by the e-liquids that they contain, you have already consumed them through processed food or you might have already applied them onto your skin by using various cosmetic products.
What is Vaping?
There is a major difference between smoking and vaping, but without getting into every differentiating factor, let's look at the basic differences. The actual definition of vaping is that it is "the act of inhaling and exhaling the vapor produced by an electronic device." Vaping can provide an alternative for those looking to get their nicotine intake without smoking. It simulates the actions of smoking and provides the vapour produced 'cloud' as you exhale. Each electronic cigarette device contains “e-liquid” which is heated to the point of vaporization; this vapour is then inhaled.
History of the E-Cigarette
Before we explore what an e-cigarette is let’s take a moment to understand where it started. Hon Lik, a Chinese pharmacist created the first e-cigarette in 2003 by using a high-frequency device to vaporize liquid containing nicotine. In the last decade, e-cigarettes have developed significantly and vaping becomes a culture to those who embrace it.
Anatomy of an E-cigarette
The e-cigs today are far more customizable to suit your personal needs and the flavours available allow for a different vaping experience with each new flavour you try. It may be confusing to try and understand all the different parts and how they work, so we’ve created this breakdown of what's included in today’s E-Cigarette.
Batteries are required for all e-cigs, they provide the energy needed to heat the e-liquid allowing it to be vaporized. The battery also controls how long the vape will last.
Atomizers heat up the liquid to vaporization. This is the part of the E-Cigarette that is home to the heating coil and wick. The wick pulls the e-liquid towards the coil where it's heated.
The Coil and Wick:
A wick carries the e-liquid to the coil to be heated and is mostly made from cotton or silica. Coils are resistance wires that resemble springs, the number of wraps and diameter of the coil affects its resistance which determines the amount of electricity needed to power the e-cigarette and the amount of heat it produces.
If you’ve vaped before and are comfortable with it, this is a popular option. It’s more cost effective because it is reusable, allows for more vapour production, and our e-liquids can be used in almost every vape pen you have. The vape pen breaks down to 4 parts: the atomizer, battery, clearomizer and mouthpiece.
Box Mods and APVs:
APVs stand for Advanced Personal Vaporizer and its name is pretty straightforward; these are recommended for more experienced vapers as it is more advanced with more customizable parts, but it includes the standard atomizer, battery, clearomizer and mouthpiece.
APVs and Box Mods contain bigger batteries, which mean more energy to heat the atomizer, thus delivering larger amounts of vapour for a longer period.
To ensure your safety, as well as the safety of those around you, certain precautions should be made to ensure a safe and enjoyable vaping experience. Some people may be allergic to PG (the main ingredient in e-liquids) and it is important to be aware of this; if any complications occur after vaping, ensure switching to VG. Storing the e-liquids in cool, dark places away from children and pets is also important.
If you have a rechargeable battery, it’s also important that the charger is used only for your e-cig battery and kept out of extreme heat. Keep batteries separated so there’s no risk of the terminals touching each other and short-circuiting.