PG and VG in E-cigarette Juice

March 9, 2022 0 By eleaf

PG is short for Propylene Glycol, propylene glycol has no odor or color and is less viscous than VG. When vaping Eleafworld.FR, it is used to provide a “sore throat,” which some users claim is similar to smoking. It also carries flavor more efficiently than VG, making it the most commonly used suspension for flavor concentrates and nicotine.

VG is the abbreviation of Vegetable Glycerin. It is a natural chemical derived from vegetable oils and therefore safe for vegetarians. It is commonly used in e-liquids to give the e-liquid a “thick” feel when atomized. VG is slightly sweet and much thicker than PG. Compared to glycerin, vegetable glycerin provides a much smoother throat, making it a better fit for Sub-Ohm nebulizers. Although both nicotine and flavors are usually suspended in PG, some suppliers offer VG alternatives to achieve a 100% VG blend.

8 little knowledge of PG and VG:

  1. PG and VG are odorless liquids, which can be combined with flavor and nicotine to make e-cigarette oil;
  2. Technically, both PG and VG belong to the alcoholic chemical class (despite their name, they are not intoxicating), they are classified as sugar alcohols and are included in many consumables;
  3. They produce vapor when heated, so they can be inhaled;
  4. PG and VG are not oils and do not cause any medical problems (such as lipoid pneumonia) that inhalation of actual oils would cause;
  5. The different ratios of the two liquids will make the consistency of the e-juice different, and the taste will be slightly different;
  6. They have a distinct mouth and throat sensation when used;
  7. Most modern e-liquids use a combination of these two liquids, although the ratios can vary widely;
  8. Some electronic cigarette devices can only be used with a certain proportion of PG and VG.

The increased concentration of VG means that it reduces atomizer life compared to PG-based e-juices. A high VG e-juice will clog the coil faster and won’t work properly even in some atomizers. Older products are particularly susceptible, especially models that use smaller coils, such as the Clearomizer.

Like PG, the most common side effects of vaping high-VG e-liquids are dehydration: dry mouth, sore throat and thirst. Again, make sure to drink plenty of water and take breaks if necessary.

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