Not sure if there is a list of "all" mint (or mentol) tobacco stuff out there. After all, you could buy any tobacco and add a few drops in to mint it up.
Re: my Creme de Menthe amount earlier. 6.5%.
Yes it is possible to use mint oil. Yes you could drip it in a carto, but it will not mix well with the other liquid because of the filler. I've read that Roly vaped mint oil mixes exclusively for 9 months. I use mint oils in some of my recipes. I don't consider living to be safe, so I wouldn't say it's safe, but it has had no noticable effect on my health or well being.
Originally Posted by ravendove
Extracts can give coils fits. An actual extract is likely to have large molecules like fats and sugars that just cake a coil. Not as bad as the gums they put in some flavorings, but pretty close. I remember when I tried mixing with baking extracts and fried those attys. Tossed the attys and the extracts, but still use those bottles.
There are veggy oils and animal oils that are known to have bad reactions to lung tissue when inhaled over a period of time. I've never attempted any of those oils except for when they are made into VG.
I just stick with the ones people say are ok. Try salud vapors they are cheap and have great flavors....
If there isn't one, I guess I can try making one. Thanks for the heads up on the extract/oils.