What is VG/PG in Vape Liquid? Vegetable Glycerin vs Propylene Glycol



You wonder what VG/PG ejuice ratios are and why there are options when you are browsing our e-liquids. In fact, β€œWhat is VG/PG?” is one of the questions …

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  1. So I just want to be sure about this, its that simple? More PG equals more flavor? So if one were to care about flavor more than anything else, you would recommend getting the highest amount of PG possible?

  2. Thanks, I never really knew what they all meant. I just tried steeped for the first time, I don’t even know what that really means. It was cowboy cooler and I do like it. I just don’t understand it.

  3. Batsu that's a push broom, you're doing it all wrong. I'll gladly come help show you how to use it, ummm wait , they would have to pay my airfare from well u know πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ€£πŸ€£

  4. Batsu<– I thought higher PG gives you more of a throat hit. Am I incorrect? I'm a vape noob… Also, I also thought a downside of VG was more phlegm. I mix 2 65/35 to one 80/20 of 2 flavors. And use high PG, 30 mg, or higher, salts in my Novo for clandestine vaping like at the movies. (Less vape "smoke")

  5. Thank you for getting rid of that ignorant post. Please ban the authors whole account if possible. There is no place here (or anywhere for that matter) for low life people like that guy or his comment.

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