What is Vaping?

First, let’s define what vaping isn’t…vaping isn’t smoking. When you vape, you vaporize something, in this case you vaporize a liquid. When you smoke, you combust something by applying a high temperature. Vaping occurs at a lower temperature than smoking.

What is Vaping Liquid?

E-liquid begins with the main base, vegetable glycerin. We use certified organic VG—the glycerin doesn't carry flavor very well, but does produce a lot of vapor. The next ingredient is propylene glycol—this is usually cited by alarmists as being a "main ingredient in antifreeze." This is incorrect, as they're willfully confusing it with diethylene glycol, which has actually been found in mass market e-cig products. We would never add any of that to our product.

Propylene glycol—or PG—is the other main ingredient in the base of most vaping liquids. PG is thinner than VG, and carries flavor very well—the next ingredient, flavorings, are usually suspended in PG. Flavorings are food-grade, can be natural or artificial, and are limited only by the imagination of the juice maker.

A note about these ingredients—the "we don't know what's in these things" arguments dissolve in the face of numerous studies like these, showing that not only do we understand completely what's in these things, but we also have a solid understanding of their (negligible) toxicity when vaporized.

The final ingredient is pharmaceutical-grade nicotine, and all juice manufacturers make their product available in varying nicotine strengths. Each person has different tastes when it comes to nicotine strength preference.

Exercise Your Right

Vaping is relatively new, it's only been around for a few years and was just determined to be a one of the new terms for 2014. See what all the is about, you'll be glad you did.