Grape Nicotine Salt E-liquid

Grape Nicotine Salt E-liquid

FEELLiFE Nicotine Salt: · Better Taste · Better Feel · Closer to Real Independent R&D Quality Assurance An alternative to smoking Easy to get rid of nicotine addiction Since the beginning, we aim at low output e-cigarettes. Our reason is to provide higher nicotine-delivery levels with smooth...
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FEELLiFE Nicotine Salt:

· Better Taste

· Better Feel

· Closer to Real

 

Independent R&D

Quality Assurance

An alternative to smoking

Easy to get rid of nicotine addiction

 


Since the beginning, we aim at low output e-cigarettes. Our reason is to provide higher nicotine-delivery levels with smooth and satisfying flavour. It’s easy on the throat in comparison to ordinary high nicotine e-liquids. This is a revolutionary product and the nest vaping trendsetter!

Nicotine salt is a form of nicotine found in tobacco leaves. It contains nicotine and an organic acid which lowers the pH and makes it much easier to vape.  The salt does not impact on the nicotine content in your e-liquid, which means you can comfortably vape high-nicotine e-liquids without additional harshness on the throat.

What’s best with the nicotine salt is that it suitable to any of new vapers who want to quit smoking. The sensation of nicotine salt brings the same as the real cigarette. Furthermore, nicotine salt allows you to have higher nicotine to achieve your cravings.


Why use Nicosalt?

● Satisfyingly smoother taste

● Achieves maximum nicotine delivery with minimal throat hit

● Longer shelf life: e-liquid not easy to volatilize and discolour

● Quicker nicotine absorption and e-juice saving

● Customised flavours and nicotine content available (20mg maximum in TPD regulated countries).

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FEELLIFE Introduction

Since set up in 2009, FEELLiFE has focused on the research and development and production of e-liquid, rapidly developed into the top global e-liquid OEM manufacturer, providing high-quality e-liquid products for many well-known e-liquid brands all over the world.

With modern international standard factory, pharmaceutical grade dust-free workshop and assembly line, FEELLiFE make sure every bottle of e-liquid to meet the requirements of high quality.

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Factory Address: 202 North California Ave, City of Industry CA 91744 U.S.A.


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Nicotine Strengths: How to Choose What’s Right for You

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Picking the right nicotine strength is an important decision for a new vaper. Too much and you might wind up coughing, too weak and you may wonder what all the fuss is about. Or even worse, you spend a chunk of cash on a huge bottle of premium juice, only to find out that its nicotine strength is not enough to satisfy your cravings.

E-liquids come with strengths that start from zero nicotine, and go up to over 50 mg/mL. You may have also seen nicotine strength stated in percentages instead of concentrations. All this can be confusing at first, but5 it doesn’t have to be! This guide will help steer you in the right direction when choosing nicotine strength, and show you how to navigate the market.

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Regular nicotine and nic salts: two great options

When the nicotine strength is in milligrams and not a percentage (more on that later), single digits means it’s probably good ol’ regular nicotine (sometimes called “freebase” nicotine). Anything over 20 mg/mL is probably nicotine salt e-liquid, with only minor exceptions. There is no direct correlation between these two, but most people say that the throat hit of 6 mg regular nic feels more or less like 20-25 mg nic salts.

With such high concentrations, salt nicotine has become synonymous with pod systems and other devices with low power and vapor output.

 

What’s the best nicotine strength for you?

If you’re a new vaper, there are two major factors to consider when picking nicotine strength: your smoking habits, and the type of device you are planning on using. To help you navigate the market, we have categorized our suggestions by vapor output, as this is the factor that ultimately dictates the amount of nicotine consumed per puff.

If you smoke socially, or up to about 10 cigarettes a day, you fall in the lower range of each suggestion. Around a pack a day will land you somewhere in the middle, whereas smoking two packs or more will get you into the higher area.

Bear in mind that the suggested strengths in this section are exactly that: suggestions. Use them as a starting point but if you find that you prefer your vape stronger or weaker, don’t be afraid to try other nicotine strengths. The best nicotine strength is the one that keeps you away from combustible cigarettes.

 

Low vapor production

Discreet clouds, similar to the amount produced by a cigarette. This includes most pod systems on the market, as well as mouth-to-lung (MTL) tanks with a very tight airflow. Nic salts of a high percentage are the most popular choice for this category, as many companies have stopped producing regular nicotine juices over 6 mg/mL.

·  Regular nicotine: 9-18 mg/mL

·  Nicotine salts: 30-60 mg/mL

 

Medium vapor production

Clouds, but not of the massive variety. Devices that fall in this category can come from practically any product range. This includes pod systems that take sub ohm coils, airier MTL tanks, and even sub ohm tanks that have a very restricted lung draw.

·  Regular nicotine: 6-9 mg/mL

·  Nicotine salts: 20-30 mg/mL

 

High vapor production

Big clouds. This includes powerful sub ohm tanks and rebuildable atomizers with large airflow channels. Finding nic salts for this category may not be so easy, and most vapers usually go for regular nicotine juices.

·  Regular nicotine: 1.5-6 mg/mL

·  Nicotine salts: up to 10 mg/mL

When it comes to quitting smoking, we advise new vapers to try a low vapor production device, be it a pod system or an MTL tank. These will emulate the draw of a cigarette, which will help smokers smoothly transition to vaping. But many people prefer a restricted direct-lung draw, or even a fully open draw, and in that case a more powerful pod system or a sub ohm tank might be the best choice.

 

Converting percentages to mg/mL

Let’s assume that you have now tried a couple of nicotine strengths, and settled for the one that satisfies your cravings. Even after you narrow it down, it can still be confusing at times. Sometimes manufacturers list nicotine strength by percentage, like 0.3%, 0.6%, 2.5% and 5%. So, what do you do? What’s the difference between nicotine strengths written as mg/mL and those written as percentages? How do you convert from one to the other?

 

Nicotine strength in mg/mL

Most of the time, e-liquid nicotine strengths are shown in mg/mL, which stands for milligrams per milliliter. This means that for every milliliter of e-liquid in the bottle, there is the specified amount of nicotine.

For a 6 mg/mL e-juice, this means every milliliter contains 6 mg of nicotine. If you need to work out the total amount of nicotine in a bottle or in a tank, just multiply the strength in mg/mL by the number of milliliters of it you have.

For example, if you fill up a 5 mL vape tank with 6 mg/mL e-liquid, you have 5 mL × 6 mg/mL = 30 mg of nicotine in your tank. In the same way, a 10 mL bottle of 6 mg/mL e-liquid contains 60 mg of nicotine in total.

 

Nicotine strengths as percentages

Nicotine strengths as percentages are very similar, but a little easier to understand. Instead of combining a mass (in mg) and a volume (in mL), percentages use the volumes of both. In simple terms, figures like 0.3% or 1.8% just tell you how much of the liquid in the bottle is nicotine.

This means that if you have some e-liquid containing 1.2% nicotine, any amount you measure out will be 1.2% nicotine and 98.8% PG, VG and flavorings.

Technically, this measurement is called “nicotine by volume,” in the same way the percentages on a bottle of liquor are “alcohol by volume” or ABV for short. “Nicotine by volume” is sometimes shortened to NBV too.

You could also work out the percentage by mass, if you wanted to, but e-liquid companies usually don’t do this. We work with e-juice in mL, so they do too.

 

Converting from mg/mL to percent and back

Converting from a nicotine strength in mg/mL to a percentage is really easy. Just divide the amount in mg/mL by 10. So, if you have a 6 mg/mL e-juice, this is equal to a 0.6% e-juice. A 25 mg/mL e-juice is equal to a 2.5% e-juice. And if you had a high-strength nicotine base of 72 mg/mL, this would be 7.2% .

The conversion couldn’t be any simpler. To convert back from percentages to mg/mL, just multiply it by 10. That’s all there is to it!

from vaping360.com


Post time: Mar-06-2019


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