Many people are starting to turn to Electronic cigarettes and E-Cig juice as a means to help them in their fight to give up smoking, and there are also many other benefits to making the change to electronic cigarettes such as the fact there is no odour, and they are more affordable than cigarettes, while some people are accepting E-Cigs as a fashion statement.
Whatever your reasons for using electronic cigarettes and E-Cig juice, you might have wondered what chemicals are included in E-Cig juice, so this blog post will explain.
Nicotine – while E-Cig juice does not contain tobacco, they do contain some nicotine. However, people using e-cigarettes can choose their preferred nicotine strength and some E-Cig juices are nicotine free.
Propylene glycol – this liquid comes colourless and it is an organic compound. This chemical is often used in the food industry in items such as coffee and ice cream. Propylene glycol is also utilized in the tobacco industry and it can be used as a preservative.
Glycerine/glycerol – this is a sugar alcohol that is commonly used in the pharmaceutical industry. It has no taste or odour and it is also utilized in personal care products, in the food industry and in a range of other manufacturing processes.
Vegetable Glycerine – or glycerine as it is sometimes known – can be found in E-Cig juice and it is used to help create the aerosol vapour.
Flavorings – a range of different flavourings will also be added to e juices. There is a huge range of E-Cig juice flavourings to choose from; everything from cider flavour to bubble-gum is available.
For those not sure of which E-cig juices would be suitable to their own personal tastes, buying a sample box of flavours to help determine which they like the most is a good option.