So you have the perfect electric cigarette and it meets your needs. But then you’ve now consumed the bottle of vape juice which came with it. “Now what?” You ask yourself. Well, of course, you will have to get yourself a new batch of vape juice. But with all the options available, how do you choose the right one for you? Here are the most important things to consider.
Flavors matter a lot. In fact, it does not matter whether the other variables (nicotine strength, VG or PG, vapor production) are perfect, if you do not like the flavor of your vape juice, you will most likely not enjoy your vaping experience.
Fortunately, vape juice comes in a variety of flavors. Almost any flavor you can think of is available. Flavors can be fruity, food, cocktails, tobacco blends and there are endless mixtures. When choosing vape juice flavors, begin with those you are pretty sure you will like. After you have a couple of those, you can start experimenting with the other flavors.
Nicotine levels come in a range of strengths including low (6mg and below), this is for light smokers who smoke half a pack or less a day. Then there is medium (9mg to 16mg), this is for average smokers who smoke half a pack to one per day. Lastly High (18mg to 36mg), this is for heavy smokers or the typical chain smokers.
Getting your nicotine strength right is important because too much could give you headaches and too little could have you vaping more to compensate. The golden rule is to begin with medium strength and later adjust accordingly.
PG and VG
Vape juice NZ consists of either PG (propylene glycol) or VG (vegetable glycerol) or sometimes both. PG produces more flavor, however, it also produces less vapor. On the other hand, VG is much more viscous and it has a sweet taste although the sweet taste kind of mutes the flavor. VG produces thicker vapor clouds.
If you are looking for a bigger throat hit, PG will work best for you. If you are looking to blow out massive thick clouds, VG is the way to go. However, most manufacturers produce vape juice which is a mixture of both VG and PG to give users the best of both worlds. So you can try out both types and the hybrid mixtures to help you determine which one is right for you.
Keep in mind that PG is allergic for some people so if you find yourself itchy, having difficulty breathing or getting hives after vaping PG vape juice, it would be best you stick to VG vape juice.
In conclusion, finding the perfect vape juice for you will not happen overnight, so do not be afraid to experiment and enjoy yourself while at it.