Juice, by Any Other Name


Juice, by Any Other Name

E-Juice, e-liquid, vape juice, whatever it is you like to call it, if you are going to vape, then you will need this product. E-juice, is the substance that is used to fill the tanks of e-cigs to get that smoking sensation. Back when this trend first started, e-cigs pretty much only came as a one-time use product, with just a couple of flavors available. Those days are now gone forever. This is because e-cigs have come a long way. The biggest change happened when re-fills could be done to e-cigs. And the plethora of flavors that followed is truly astounding.

A Flavor for All

With all the different types of flavors available today, it is safe to say that no matter what your favorite flavor is, it is on hand. There are the usual “classic” flavors such as cinnamon, apple, vanilla, banana and so on. Then there are the more exotic mixes, which will have exotic names such as “alien urine” or “shangri-la”. Not only that, there are various levels of nicotine strengths available with each flavor. This could be as low as zero mg to all the way to 30mg. This means, even if you are not into vaping for the nicotine, and just want to do it for recreational purposes, you could get the e-juice with zero or no nicotine.

Meet PG and VG

For those of you who are new to the vaping world, you may come across terms such as PG and VG. PG is short for propylene glycol and VG stands for vegetable glycerine. Most e-liquids will contain a certain ratio of the two. PG is for more “hardcore” vapers since it will give you a stronger “hit” of nicotine and enhance the flavor. On the other hand, if you want more vapor, then go for more VG. Click on slim’s ejuice for more info.


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