Published On: 2019-03-21
a bottle of natural nicbase, chemnovatic molinberry natural tobacco extract flavouring, and nicotine salt malate nicsalt-m, and a text: natural vaping products: nicotine bases, nicotine salts, flavourings

The vape industry is constantly evolving and consumers expect modern, natural and environmentally friendly solutions. Chemnovatic is a recognized as a manufacturer and supplier of the highest quality pure nicotine, nicotine salts, nicotine bases, flavourings, and other vaping products. Among many products we also provide a range of natural vaping products.

1. Bio nicotine bases (PDO and VPDO nicotine bases)

Usually, a nicotine base (or unflavored nicotine liquid as some call it) consists of pure nicotine diluted in a mixture of Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG).

When manufacturing our bio bases, we use PDO (Propanediol – Vegetable Propylene Glycol) in place of well-known PG. PDO is a natural equivalent of propylene glycol that has been manufactured from vegetable glycerin instead of crude oil.

The technological process consists of three stages:

  1. Purification of glycerol (VG) by distillation under reduced pressure
  2. Hydrogenation of glycerol to propylene glycol on a heterogeneous catalyst in a flow reactor
  3. Purification of the product by distillation

Propanediol is GMO-free, renewable, sustainable, and reduces carbon footprint by 70% when compared to regular propylene glycol.

PDO characteristics:

an infographic with PDO characteristics: allergry free; alternative to PG, 100% natural, environment-friendly, amazing taste, certified

We have quite a few customers that swear by PDO and have completely removed PG from their shortfills and e-liquids.

Another bio base you will find in our nicotine bases range is the VPDO – a 50/50 mixture of PDO and VG. We can manufacture any PDO/VG ratio you wish. As usual, all our bio nicotine bases are 100% tested and certified by independent laboratories.

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2. Natural nicotine salts (nicotine malate)

Nicotine Malate (NicSalt-M) is a 100% natural vaping product as well.

Nicotine naturally occurs in tobacco leaves in the form of nicotine malate – a natural nicotine salt. Nicotine extracted from tobacco leaves takes a freebase form – we all know it from traditional e-liquids. We then add left-handed Malic Acid to freebase nicotine to achieve Nicotine Malate – a completely natural nicotine salt.

Nicotine malate is used just as any other salt for nicotine salt e-liquids. It dilutes quite well in PG or VG. NicSalt-M hits a delicate throat and leaves a pleasant aftertaste during vaping.

However, if you don’t want to operate on nicotine salt, but want to manufacture salt-based e-juices, make sure to check our nicotine salt bases. There, you have nicotine salts diluted in PG and/or VG, ready to mix with flavorings!

Nicotine malate characteristics:

an infographic with nicotine malate characteristics: crystal/powder form, freebase nicotine content around 55%, limited miscibility with PG / VG, delicate throat hit and and delicate aftertaste

Natural Tobacco Extract is a tobacco flavouring every tobacco enthusiast must try. Created by nature, extracted and steeped by us – you cannot get any more natural than that!

Natural Tobacco Extract is achieved via a supercritical extraction directly from tobacco leaves. We use only the most aromatic Virginia tobacco leaves for the best flavour, next we steep the extract to obtain possibly the best, purest tobacco flavoring available on the market. No artificial flavouring can reproduce the clean, fresh tobacco flavour as well as the real thing!

NTE characteristics:

Natural Tobbaco Extract

All our products are available in our store. If you wish to order samples or negotiate the offer, contact us via email:

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