How to make your own vape juice?
You've certainly heard of a vaper making their own e-liquid, and that's what we're going to talk about today.
To prepare your own e-liquid you will need several ingredients:
Basic e-liquid. The base is the solvent allowing to mix aromas and nicotine, it will be the main element of your preparation, this base is composed of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), the proportions PG / VG can vary according to the bases , often the proportion is 50% PG / 50% VG.
Food flavor. Food flavors are easy to find and millions of different flavors are available on the market, some are mono-flavors (which are made up of only one taste) while others are already recipes (mixture of 'aromas) prepared in advance by the manufacturers.
Nicotine. If you vape nicotine e-liquids it is possible to add nicotine to your preparations thanks to the “booster”, the boosters are in fact basic e-liquids with 20mg of nicotine (maximum dose in Europe) you will suffice add some to your preparation and dilute it with the rest. It is also possible to have the base directly nicotinated in several strengths.
An empty graduated bottle. (preferably 100ml)
Once you are in possession of the ingredients you need the right dosages of each of them, the first step is to empty 10ml of aromas into the empty graduated bottle, then you have to add the nicotine according to the desired dosage. (20ml of booster to have 3mg for example). Once you've added the nicotine, all you need to do is top up the rest of the bottle with base. You are now in possession of a 100ml bottle of e-liquid but it is not finished, this bottle must rest for several days or even weeks depending on the aroma you used, for example, if you used a classic fruity aroma like apple, strawberry, mango ... The e-liquid must stand for 5 days, be protected from light and must be mixed once or twice a day for several minutes, so you will get as close as possible to a e-liquid professionally made by manufacturers.
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