E-Liquid Cigarettes

ezE-liquid is one of the most important vaping components, because this is exactly on which the pleasure depends. Experienced vapers already know all the ins and outs of the question regarding the most favorite flavors, nicotine strength, PG and VG variety. And what about newcomers, which have no idea about all e-juice ingredients.

When it comes to e-liquids, two terms constantly crop up: PG and VG. The PG (Propylene glycol) and VG (Vegetable Glycerin) are the two primary base ingredients of e-liquid. They are all FDA approved and are equally safe. Here is a brief information every vaper should consider about PG and VG.

  • PG and VG are the odorless liquids that are combined with flavor and nicotine to create e-juice
  • They produce vapor when heated, which allows them to be inhaled.
  • The two fluids have a different consistency to each other, and also have a slightly different taste.
  • They have distinct mouth and throat sensations when vaped.
  • Most modern e-liquid uses a combination of the two fluids, though the ratio can vary dramatically.Choosing the wrong PG/VG ratio can put first-timers off so be careful to choose the right level for your equipment.​

PG stands for Propylene Glycol, a petroleum by-product. The fluid has no odor or color, and is less viscous than VG. In vaping it is used to provide a ‘throat hit’, which some users claim is similar to the sensation experienced when smoking tobacco. It also carries flavor more effectively than VG, meaning it’s the most commonly used suspension fluid for flavor concentrates and nicotine.

VG stands for Vegetable Glycerin. It is a natural chemical, derived from vegetable oil, so is safe for vegetarians. It is commonly used in e-liquid to give a ‘thick’ sensation to vapor. VG has a slightly sweet taste and is considerably thicker than PG. The hit from a high VG fluid is a lot smoother than with PG, making it more suitable for sub-ohm vaping. While nicotine and flavorings are commonly suspended in PG, some vendors are offering a VG alternative, to enable 100% VG mixes.

Here are some conclusion facts that will help you distinguish between PG and VG and choose which one is more appropriate for you.


Produces a better throat hit Produces a bigger vapor cloud

Thinner consistency than VG Thicker consistency than PG

Less gunk and residue than VG More gunk and residue than PG

Has no impact on flavor Sweeter than PG and may have an impact on