PG vs VG
Propylene Glycol, also referred to as “PG”, is much thinner than vegetable glycerin. Its consistency is comparable to water. It wicks nicer and provides you with a stronger throat hit. PG tends to give you a genuine discernment of the flavors you are adding to your mixture.
Vegetable Glycerin, also referred to as “VG”, is very thick compared to water and propylene glycol. It has a slightly sweeter taste, and will provide more “cloud” smoke than PG. Due to the viscosity of vegetable glycerin, it does not wick as well as propylene glycol and may wear down your atomizer quicker.
For someone who recently quit smoking, or is in the process of quitting, a higher
PG mix is often preferred, as you will get more of a throat hit often found in traditional cigarettes.
For someone looking to generate heavy “clouds”, or someone who may have allergens to propylene glycol, a higher VG mix will be preferred.
Many people in the process of giving up smoking, or who have already quit may find two juices useful. One juice with their preferred nicotine strength & one juice with zero nicotine strength. One will act as a “nicotine suppressant”, helping fulfill the nicotine craving. The other juice being that of 0 nicotine strength, which can be used as an all-day vape helping fulfill the habitual aspect of smoking.
Find the PG / VG ratio you prefer with our DIY eLiquid Kit