Manufacturers of top e-liquid brands like Dinner Lady or Vampire Vape know that e-liquid flavorsmake a huge difference to the final product. No wonder that they guard their recipes so rigorously. In fact, the flavour itself, apart from nicotine, is the component that is the most sought after by the end customers. It is the aromas that give e-liquids this characteristic aftertaste, depending on the needs and preferences. They also make the use more pleasant and are associated with the sweet smell of your favorite dessert or drink. Certainly, this is an undeniable advantage compared to ordinary analog cigarettes, the smell of which probably does not need to be described here.
In the last episode of our “DIY e-liquids” article we went over the basics of DIY e-liquids – equipment you will find necessary on your journey into the DIY world, some safety guidelines and of course the ingredients – types of nicotine bases best for DIY e-liquids manufacture. Now that you know how to safely work with your nicotine solutions – let’s start mixing.
First of all, by reading any further you are agreeing to release me, and all of my heirs and assigns from any liability or responsibility for anything you do with this material. This material is presented for informational purposes only. With that out of the way let us begin. We will start mixing with a pretty simple, one flavor e-liquid. We want a big cloud and not much […]
We have all read the articles foreseeing painful death to all vapers due to the horrible diacetyl present in e-liquids giving everybody “popcorn lung”. During the research carried out by the National Institute of Health the “deadly” diacetyl was found to be present in amounts above the laboratory limit of detection in 39 of 51 e-liquids tested by National Institute of Health. The diacetyl content in tested e-liquids was ranging from the detection limit, up to 239 µg/e-cigarette.
If you read the above paragraph you could feel unsafe, some people would start worrying, some would panic. Unless you will do some more research on your own. Or simply keep reading.
Looking through the National Institute of Health’s website you may find other research papers and findings, such as this gem titled “Safe exposure […]
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