Novo eJuice used USP Grade materials to made our eJuice. Our flavorings are food grade material and used for exclusively for e-liquid production.
Novocig offers three different liquid base to choose from. Pure VG base, Pure PG base and 50VG/50PG base. If you need other ratio of VG/PG, please contact us.
Vegetable glycerin (VG) is a water soluble liquid that is also used in food, cosmetics and medicines. It is sweeter than PG and is an alternative choice to PG in Novo eJuice, or can be mixed with PG in various ratios. Given that you’ve got a choice to make between these two base liquids, it’s important that you know the difference between the two. It is especially important that you understand the different experiences that you are likely to get from using each of these.
Propylene glycol (PG) is the most commonly used base liquid for making eCig juices. It is clear and flavorless and mixes well with other flavors, and tends to burn cleanly on an atomizer. It is considered to be safe for human consumption, and as such is found as a solvent in certain medicines, as well as food stuffs, perfumes and other cosmetics, and hand sanitizers. There are a large amount of other uses too.
PG, VG and the Risk of Allergies
Some people will find that when using PG they experience some side effects. A dryness in the mouth and throat that is known commonly as cottonmouth may happen if you use the atomizer a lot and don’t drink enough. Rarely, PG can cause an upset stomach, with stomach pains and nausea, and even more rarely a person may be allergic to PG. In this case, hives, another rash, or dry skin can occur, and can become very uncomfortable. Once you stop using juices with PG in them, the symptoms will stop, and VG may be the answer for you.
VG doesn’t have the allergy issues that PG can do, and the cottonmouth tends to be less severe. However some people complain that it is heavier on the lungs. Allergy is possible but rare, and includes such symptoms as vomiting and hives.
Mixing the Two
If you like the flavor of PG but want the larger amount of vapor or the thicker liquid that VG will give, then it’s possible to have the best of both worlds. VG and PG can be mixed in varying ratios to find the perfect effect for you. Mixes can be achieved in DIY juices, or can be ordered from many of the manufacturers of commercial juice.
Because PG wicks well and is less likely to foul your atomizer, it is common to start with this and add a little VG to increase the sweetness of the juice and the amount of vapor produced. An 80/20 PG/VG mix is commonly used, as is 50/50.
If you don’t have any allergies or sensitivities that mean that you can’t use one or the other, then which liquid you use, or what mix of them that you choose comes down to personal preference. A little experimenting will help you to find the mix that you like, for the perfect flavor and amount of vapor.
The Electronic Cigarette Liquid has 7 different density of nicotine:
- Non nicotine: 0 mg nicotine, which equivalents to No Nicotine.
- Low density: 6 mg nicotine, which equivalents to Ultra Light Strength Cigarettes.
- Medium density: 12 mg nicotine, which equivalents to Medium Strength Cigarettes.
- High density: 18 mg nicotine, which equivalents to Regular Strength Cigarettes.
- XHigh density: 24 mg nicotine, which equivalents to Strong Cigarettes.
- XXHigh density: 36 mg nicotine, which equivalents to Very Strong Cigarettes.
- XXXHigh density: 48 mg nicotine, which equivalents to Super Strong Cigarettes.
You need to keep the E-Liquid in a dark and cool place. The normal shelf life of E-Liquid is 6 months. After long time if you do not use the E-Liquid and you taste the E-Liquid with the different taste as the beginning, we suggest you do not use the e-liquid any more.