There are whole bunch of FAQs when it comes to DIY ejuice recipes. However, for today’s writeup, we going to look at just a few. Without wasting much time let’s dive straight in.

How harmful are vegetable glycerine and propylene glycol?

Vegetable glycerine and propylene glycol are both widely used in food and confectionery processing. VG is a natural sugar while PG is a synthesized flavor carrier. Both can typically be bought from retailers in pharmacies and the food industry. Both are deemed safe. Nevertheless, nicotine solution is a controlled substance and, like tobacco products, is subject to age-restrictions. While nicotine solutions for e-liquid brewing and short fill bottles have been diluted to a point of protection, ingestion of any of the raw fluid by mouth is still extremely risky, and care must be taken to wash your hands after handling the substance, particularly prior to food preparation. However, don’t be discouraged by this warning; the worst thing that can happen in most situations when a nicotine solution is miscalculated during a brew is a weaker or stronger e-liquid than expected at first.

My E-Liquid Has Changed Colour Since I Brewed it; is it Still Safe to Vape?

This is absolutely safe, and part of the cycle of DIY brewing. E-liquid that is permitted to spend some time ‘breathing’ in a dark space can begin to darken and develop much more intense flavors. Because nicotine usually affects the e-liquid taste, I urge anyone who brews a DIY vape juice recipes that is stronger than 3 mg to let it breathe for a day or two, as the difference is very noticeable.

Do you need gloves for DIY vape juice?

Because nicotine can be absorbed through the skin, and even the best of us spills what we sometimes work with, gloves are important to have while you work. Opt for powder-free gloves to prevent contamination of your liquid, and to keep you safe from chemical resistance.

What Is The Shelf Life of a Vape Juice?

The shelf life can vary depending on the flavoring materials used in a given flavor, as well as the concentration of milligrams. I can claim with certainty that most juices can stay fresh for a minimum of twelve months if you store them in the proper conditions. Higher doses of nicotines tend to degrade earlier than lower nicotine levels.

How do I know what strength of e-juice to buy?

If you’re not sure, it’s best for the beginners to e-juice to start in the middle, so you can always step up or down accordingly. You may experience headaches and/or dizziness if you select an e-juice with a nicotine concentration that is higher than what you’re used to. If you have headaches, dizziness or other pain, please discontinue use immediately! When you’re using a concentration of nicotine that’s less than what you’re used to, you may find you’re not happy, and you’re constantly wanting more. Yes, there you have it. These are some of the frequently asked questions that I get asked a lot of the time. There’s more that I will be talking about in my next writeup. Before I go I want to urge you to check out www.flavorah.com. Flavorah is used by the best e-juice brands, and best ejuice recipes for vaping.