In this weeks post we’re going to cover a simple but often asked question for new vapers. The words “e-liquid”, “e-juice” and “vape juice” are thrown around a lot, but what’s the difference between the terms? What do they each mean?
The simple and straight to the point answer is that all these terms (e-liquid, e-juice, vape juice) refer to the exact same thing without any difference in meaning at all. They are all synonyms for the liquid you put in your vape.
Nicotine & What Strength Suits You Best?
So you’re new to vaping? If you are currently smoke and would like to make the switch to vaping, an important question you’ll likely ask yourself ‘what nicotine level is ideal for me?’. A lot of people tend to get a bit confused as to which nicotine strength suits them best. Objectively, I’ll say in choosing the right strength is very simple and you’ve came to the right place for answers.
Depending on whether your casual, occasional or lifestyle vaper, you'll likely have different goals when it comes to vaping and these goals will likely change over time. For example, most casual vapers would like to experience great flavor, throat hit and cloud production to get their craving satisfaction, while cloud chasers who like to do vape tricks may want to produce more vapor when they exhale.
No matter where you are in your vaping journey or what your goals are, there is an optimal VG/PG mix right for you that will help you meet those goals. But before we get into that, let’s first break down what VG is, what PG is, and finally come to a conclusion on which mix is right for you.