Originally Posted by rurwin
Here you are:
PG: TESTS FOR THE CHRONIC TOXICITY OF PROPYLEXE GLYCOL AND TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL ON MONKEYS AND RATS BY VAPOR INHALATION AND ORAL ADMINISTRATION
Nicotine: Long-term effects of inhaled nicotine. [Life Sci. 1996] - PubMed - NCBI
Originally Posted by jmtrudeau
My living room looks like a DIY shop, I have around 70 flavorings and a gallon of PG and VG. I've been at it for a few months mastering all the individual flavors and now started my first basic recipe. Thought I would share.
7% Papaya (TFA)
7% Mango (Flavorwest)
4% Koolada 10% (TFA)
I find it quite nice, tropical but not overly sweet. I haven't tried it at a higher nic concentration as I've gone from 24mg to 3mg over 10 months
While doing some google searches, more often than not, this forum provides the answer. Using the stock iclear 30 dual coil atomizer with 65/35 clear juice (not a tank cracker). I had it set a little high. I also didn't know this should be vv or vw, so would set one thing appropriately, then set the wattage or voltage, thinking they were working together.
One thing, when you start to hear the gurgle, change the setting. I've found the lower voltage (3.7, following along the lines
Originally Posted by Katya
Originally Posted by InSearchOfNonCrapParts
thanks guys. Yeah i had a great day with the PT2 today and last nite after K702 got me in the right direction. Today was even better. I only had to blow it out once today and it was after a full day of work and the tank was pretty low. Once I noticed any gurgle in it I would crank the wattage up and vape it up then lower it down when it started tasting dry and unflavorful. would get a bunch of good vapes then crank it up when it would slightly gurgle again. repeating that helped me allot. I float