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How to DIY Your Own E-juice
The vaping community is as much about individuality and personal, as it is about great taste and choices. Whether you are new to vaping, or have been vaping for a while, you'll eventually think to yourself "I wish I could get a flavor that tastes like…" or maybe even "I wonder if I could make something myself that is just as good as…" Finding a vape that you enjoy is hard enough, finding that vape that is exactly what you want can be nearly impossible. So, you've googled "DIY e-juice" or something similar and you find yourself here, and we are glad to help you get started. E-Juice Recipes It helps to think of DIYing, e-Liquid as very similar to making your favorite cookies. You will need a list of ingredients, some basic equipment, and some instructions for how to put it all together. From there you can experiment with what you've got until you have made it your own. With your personal flavor formula dialed in, you'll have a vape you know you love, can save a little money by making it yourself, and maybe even get some bragging rights in your local vaping community. Three Steps: Diluted Nicotine : You'll need some Diluted Nicotine. You can read more about diluted nicotine on our Diluted Nicotine page. It is important to note that nicotine has a flavor all its own, so your recipe may taste different at higher strengths of nicotine than lower. Nicotine is not only well tested and carefully handled, but we also take great care to make sure that our nicotine adds as little odor, taste, and color possible. If you intend to create MaxVG formulas, you should consider buying nicotine diluted with VG. Generally, 100mg/mL diluted nicotine is used in the industry because it makes the math to get specific strength per volume a little easier. Also, a relatively small amount of 100mg/mL can go a long way, and allow for more flexibility in your diluent ratio. Pure nicotine is 1000mg/mL (One Thousand mg/mL), and requires special equipment and processes to handle including specialized hazmat suit and a ventilation hood. Nicotine is a dangerous substance at high concentrations both through inhalation and skin contact, and if you have any questions about your mathematics or ability to handle it safely 25mg/mL might be a better option for you. Please make sure you are using all precautionary measures when handling and storing diluted nicotine:Nicotine Safety. PG or VG: You'll need some propylene glycol or vegetable glycerin, usually referred to as PG or VG. This is called the "diluent". Nicotine and flavorings are highly concentrated and need to be diluted for a pleasurable vaping experience, so you'll use PG and VG as "the base" or "carrier fluid" making up most of the volume of your formula. DIY e-liquid mixing guide There are nuanced differences between PG and VG. They have slightly different tastes, viscountcies, and throat feel when vaped. Most e-Liquids have a mix of both presented as a ratio of PG to VG. Common ratios are 70/30, 50/50, or 30/70. Flavor concentrates are generally diluted with PG, which is why you will commonly see MaxVG as the description rather than 100% VG. Both PG and VG are perfectly fine for vaping, but you'll probably want a little of both to experiment with different ratios if you are just getting started. PG is an organic chemical compound that is widely used in food, tobacco, and personal care products. It is also used in topical, oral, ineluctable, and inhaled pharmaceutical products. PG doesn't alter the true flavor of the flavor concentrates as much as VG can. Also, PG delivers a stronger throat hit, which can result in slight irritation after extended use. It is rare, but some people have or develop an allergy to PG. VG is slightly sweeter and slightly more viscous (thicker) than PG. Higher VG ratio e-Liquids may take slightly longer to soak into a cotton wick, for example. VG can slightly alter the way a flavor tastes, but that can be good or bad depending on your individual taste. High VG is usually preferred by "drippers" using cotton and coil atomizers, because it has a smoother throat feel and generates a more visible "cloud." Flavors You will need to add one of more flavorings to your home-made e-liquid. Remember one thing, a flavorless e-juice is better than an e-juice that has too much flavor. Therefore, just like nicotine, you should use a lower amount of flavoring than recommended and then add more until you get the desired taste. Choosing flavorings can be tough because there is such a wide variety available go on the market but do your homework, read about how different flavors work and then experiment yourself. Moreover, usually the temptation is to add more flavors together, but this can really make an end product that tastes totally different from what you expected. This is why we suggest starting with as few flavors as possible, and then experimenting with more as you get a hang of it. It all depends on your recipe, but ideal mixes contain about 10 to 20% of flavoring, while some of them are so strong that you will be good with adding only 5% flavor. diy e-Juice Always use food grade, high-temperature resistant, water soluble flavorings. Also, there are some flavorings specially made for inhaling, which make an ideal choice or making DIY e-juices. However, never go for flavorings that are only ideal for room temperature resistance, or contain oils or sugar because they are not suitable for vaping in a personal vape. In the end, for able to finis these steps, you might need some tools, such like Bottle, Containers, Syringes, Gloves and so on, make sure to make a checklist for it. All right guys, I hope this page is helpful for you.  If you have more advice, please tell us at vapesourcing.com.

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