E-juice, also commonly referred to as e-liquid or vape juice, e-liquid is a liquid used in electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) or vape devices. It’s vaporized within the device to produce the aerosol that users inhale, simulating the act of smoking traditional cigarettes but without burning tobacco.

Here are some key aspects of e-juice: (e-cigarettes)

  1. Ingredients: E-juice typically contains a few basic ingredients:
    • Propylene Glycol (PG): A common base ingredient that helps distribute flavor and produces a stronger throat hit.
    • Vegetable Glycerin (VG): Another base ingredient that creates the vapor and contributes to the e-liquid’s viscosity.
    • Flavorings: These can range from simple, single-note flavors to complex blends, providing the taste and aroma of the vapor.
    • Nicotine: Optional and available in various concentrations (including nicotine-free), providing the addictive element found in traditional cigarettes.
  2. Flavors: It is available in a vast array of flavors, including fruit, dessert, tobacco, menthol, beverage, candy, and more. The variety of flavors allows vapers to customize their experience.
  3. Nicotine Levels: E-juices come in different nicotine strengths, typically measured in milligrams per milliliter (mg/mL). Common levels include 0mg (nicotine-free), 3mg, 6mg, 12mg, 18mg, and higher for heavy smokers or those looking to reduce their nicotine intake.
  4. Usage and Safety: Users fill their vape tanks or pods with e-juice, and the device heats it to create vapor. Safety is essential when handling and storing e-juice, especially regarding exposure to children and pets.
  5. Regulations: Regulations regarding the sale, distribution, and labeling of e-juice can vary by country and region. It’s essential to adhere to local laws and regulations when purchasing and using e-juice.