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You can make your own e-juice. It can sound a bit unbelievable but that is the truth. Here are a few steps to make E-juice yourself:
Diluted Nicotine: You will need some good-quality diluted nicotine to make your own E-juice. Nicotine degrades rapidly so it depends on your preferred nicotine level but, a 100 mL bottle of 72 mg/ mL nicotine should be enough for beginners. Find this and more diy ejuice supplies at https://vapecraftinc.com/diy-e-juice-supplies.html
Propylene Glycol or Vegetable Glycerin: Referred to as PG and VG, these are the ‘Diluents’ which dilute the nicotine to give a pleasurable vaping experience.
Flavors: The last thing on the check list is to have some flavors on you. Although it is optional. When flavors are not used one ends up smoking “neat” liquid.
Amongst other things you will require to make your own E-Juice are drip tip bottles, containers, syringes and gloves.
Next are the steps to be followed to make your own E-juice:
Step 1: You need to determine how strong you want your E-juice to be. The miligrams of nicotine can be determined using this simple equation: (Strength in mg/mL)(Volume in mL) = Amount of nicotine in mg.
Step 2: Put on some gloves and transfer the diluted nicotine content into your drip tip bottle. 16 mL nicotine is enough for a beginner. So, using a syringe, extract 16 mL nicotine and transfer it to the bottle. Make sure that the syringe has no air bubbles before getting to the transferring part.
Step 3: At this step, you can add whatever flavor you have chosen to the bottle. Using E-Flavors, you probably would want to keep the total volume of all the flavors you are using at 10%-15% of the total volume of e-Liquid. Maybe slightly more or less depending on which flavors you are using. If you are using other flavor concentrates, the recommended dilution tends to be 20-30% throughout the industry. You’ll want to check the recommended dilution from those manufacturers though.
Step 4: Now, we measure and add the base, that is, the PG/VG. The diluted nicotine already adds to the PG content of the E-juice, so it is advisable only to add the VG at this point or else the juice will start tasting a lot like chemicals. Because we are just starting off with this, adding 30 mLs of VG should be enough.
Step 5: Screw the drip tip on the bottle and shake it vigorously for several minutes.
Step 6: This step is called “steeping”. One has to wait for the chemical reactions take place between the ingredients and the oxygen in the air. This lets the flavors blend in. After shaking it, leave the cap off and let the formula sit and breathe for a few days.
E-Juice is the liquid converted to vapour using an electronic cigarette device and is used for vaping. The electronic cigarette device’ atomiser comes in contact with the e-liquid and heats the e-liquid until it becomes a vapour. One then inhales this vapour and exhales just as one does while smoking a cigarette. Its flavour and quality play an important role in how much vapour it produces. It is available easily at any cigarette shop and has various nicotine levels including zero. Since E-juice or vape juice is a mixture of water, food-grade flavouring, a choice of nicotine levels or zero nicotine, and propylene glycol (PG) or vegetable glycerin (VG), it is possible to make it yourself, provided you have a proper guide. But before you could understand the process of making a juice of your own, it is important you understand the different things that are added to it
The nicotine is the most important ingredient that a smoker requires and for that matter any cigar product requires. It is the same nicotine that draws the person in and pulls him into the mode of addiction. Once you have gotten yourself used to nicotine, it is quite hard to quit and withdraw yourself. However, the nicotine that is predominantly used in e-cigars are less addictive ones and used added to the vape in the diluted form, and that is the major reason why it is not as hazardous as you think.
Propylene glycol (PG)
Propylene glycol is a colourless, odourless liquid component that is used as a base to vape mixture that you create. It goes along with the VG component that is explained later. Propylene glycol has a tint of a sweet flavour that makes your vape more interesting when you consume it.
Vegetable glycerin (VG)
Vegetable glycerin, shortly known as VG is recognised as a base component that is used along with PG to get the base done in a proper proportion. These are known as the diluents. Again VG is quite similar to PG when it comes to texture, if not the chemical composition. It is colourless and odourless as well. It is sweet and is a non-toxic component that makes it good for human consumption.
One cannot get away without talking about the flavouring agents that are used in the mixture. This is probably the best thing about using e-cigars. Unlike the usual ones that always come in the same flavour, with e-cigars there are a lot of flavours that you can enjoy. This is one of the main reasons why people have switched over from cigars to e-cigars, and they are also learning to make it at home.