Most vapers won't bother learning about PG and VG in any depth. As far as safety is concerned, you can find both bases in a broad range of foodstuffs. Only a tiny percentage of the population is allergic to propylene glycol, causing symptoms such as itchy skin, rashes and stomach cramps. For reasons that will become clear in a minute, PG may also cause throat discomfort for certain people. It may necessitate using an e-liquid with a VG base for specific vapers. It is important to note that the differences may significantly influence the vaping experience in the bases.
- Propylene Glycol
Due to PG's lack of natural taste, it is better at delivering e-flavorings, liquid's and it has a longer shelf life due to its synthetic constituents. It has a more pronounced throat sting (a significant reason why vapers occasionally experience throat irritation). Higher voltages are necessary to generate vapor, which implies less smoke on the inhale, thinner clouds on the exhale, and the potential for a burned taste if the vaporizer's voltage is not correctly adjusted.
- Vegetable Glycerin
Natural VG is thicker material with a sweeter taste and a shorter shelf life because of its organic composition. E-liquid formulations produce more vapor with minor throat irritation than propylene glycol (PG), resulting in a smoother inhalation and the massive clouds that many vapers enjoy puffing out of their mouths when performing stunts or cloud chasing.
Once you know the difference, it is possible to choose one of six PG/VG ratios to suit your needs. To get the most out of your e-cig, you will want to experiment with various blends and ratios. The following are some of the options at your disposal:
PG/VG 50/50 – Standard
This e-liquid is best used with a Pod System or a Vape Pen with a resistance of at least 1 ohm. Recommendation: Especially if you are trying to quit smoking. To have a more intense throat hit, you may safely use a higher nicotine dose at this point. mouth-to-lung inhalation is the preferred method.
High Power PG/VG 30/70
Like a box mod or big vape pen, Sub-Ohm devices benefit from this higher VG combination. This device produces excellent taste and a large vapor cloud. Direct-to-lung inhalation is the desired method.
PG/VG 70/30 – Cigalikes
It is not as popular as it used to be. It is often used in earlier Cigalikes / E-Cigs (E-Cigs) with atomizers more than 2.0 ohms in diameter. It's not suggested that anyone with PG sensitivities use high PG e-liquids.
PG/VG 20/80 – Dripper
This concentrate has a high VG content for usage in rebuildable dripping atomizers. Clouds are thick, yet the throat impact is not overpowering. Because of its higher viscosity and more viscous consistency, this juice is not suitable for use in Pod Systems due to its poor wicking ability.
VG 100% – Max VG
Competitive cloud chasers will be delighted by this concoction of ingredients. Taste chasers should steer clear of this mix due to its milder flavor profile. The thick and syrupy nature of Max VG makes it unsuitable for usage with Pod Devices.
Pure PG is not designed to be vaped on its own. A basis mix for DIYers, this blend is only available in Flavorless and PG/VG Base e-liquids.
You provide accommodations for specific ratios upon request. Choose the balance that you are confident will work for you.
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