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    By blisters, I mean throughout my mouth. Halo is my go-to juice, and I don't seem to have a problem with it, but three days ago, I vaped a menthol and a sour apple from another vendor most of the day. Yesterday, I got blisters throughout my mouth.

    I was just wondering if anyone else has found this problem with particular e-juices.
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    I did some DIY using menthol crystals that did it almost instantaneously.
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    Oh dear I'm sorry to hear that I've been using Vaporbomb.com, ................., and when I had first gotten my 510 at the stupid mall kiosk I used their juices. I haven't had any problems, but I'll ask my friends that vape about it! Sorry to hear that!

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    I think the mouth sores happen to many vapers at different times. I think it is inconsistencies in the e-liquid. But then again, it could have nothing to do with vaping at all. I would get the occassional mouth sore prior to vaping. There may be no connection. There are numerous causes for mouth sores.

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    I have had this problem with several highly recommended juices from reputable dealers. I have ruled out PG sensitivity and vendor issues as I have no problems with other juices from the same vendors or others with PG bases. I think the problem for me is with certain flavorings. Casablanca from BWB for instance, gives me an instant sore throat. If I continue to vape it I get blisters inside my mouth. Zillions of folks out there have no problem with this highly praised juice, so I mixed myself up a batch of pg/vg in a dropper bottle and used it to cut the Casablanca down by a third. It worked pretty well and the flavor s still there. I can get through a cart now with only a slight irritation, though I wouldn't push it past that. At least I don't have to throw it away. No matter how drooled over the juice or well loved the vendor, I have learned to order sample sizes.

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    I am not to happy right now. I just came from my dentists office. She states I have a mouth burn/blister in my mouth. I see the dentist every 3 months. It takes 2 weeks to generate new tissue in the mouth. I have been doing LR for over a month and this just happened today. I don't think it is LR btw. The only new juice in the last few days that was different was TW salem. I did have some before wtih a reg atty.

    She told me if it does not heal in two weeks we will have to culture it for cancer. OMG! I am hoping it is just a burn. I have a habit of tasting hot foods.
    So I am not yet sure. She is not sure either.

    On a positive note. My gums are starting to improve from quitting smoking. However, it is to late for me. Periodontal disease. I have to see a specialist now. Darn. Now do know guys I am just posting my view of today. I am not trying to lay fear or insult on anyone else. This mouth burn belongs to me as well as my current situation. I am not blaming anything or anyone.

    I just thought I would share.

    The sour apple most likely contains citric acid. I am pretty sure that can irritate delicate tissue depending on the actual amount in the juice.
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    I definitely have one juice maker I will not use anymore, because I think, do not know, that that is what caused my tongue blister( and I would consider it a burn). I have never had a blister last this long or be more painful.
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    I have learned to limit my juice makers. I do not have a problem with two of my juice makers, but three others, I would get blisters on my tongue within a day. I have thrown them away. They were much more painful than anything I have ever had in my mouth. I am wary to try new juices,because I don't want to go through it again.
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    I believe I've gotten some blisters from vaping a certain liquid over a several-day period. Not going to name the vendor, since anecdotal evidence is a bit of an oxymoron. I now only use it sparingly in mixes, and haven't experienced the issue since. It may well have been a random, unrelated occurrence.

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    An allergic reaction to a chemical for sure and a severe one at that. I don't know what to say but if it persists and is causing a lot of problems get an allergy test performed by a medical pro. Explain it is probably caused by food flavours and the like and this will give them a direction in which to head. Allergies can be instant or due to prolonged exposure even over years and years. My friend had a reaction to a glue he had used for over ten years. The doctors stuck a paper grid on his back and put a small amount of common allergens in each square after an exposure time a square went red and they pinned it down to a compound in the resin of the glue he used at work. Don't carry on suffering do something I know you will need an ingredients list of every single thing in your juice but it is better then poor health. Thanks for repling to my red face post and I hope this returns the favour. I find it easy to tell people what to do but am a poor self motivator. Good luck with this issue kind regards Rob..
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