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    Default What is tobacco absolute?

    Is tobacco absolute the ingredient that gives ejuice it's nicotine, or it used as a natural tobacco flavoring?

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    This is from TPA's site.....

    This is a pure product derived from NICOTIANA TABACUM (Bulgarian)
    It is nicotine-free and very strong!
    Tobacco absolute is a thick liquid that is extracted from tobacco leaves. You can heat it gently to make it easier to work with. Very strong!
    It is actual nicotine liquid that gives the ejuice the nicotine.

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    Thank you, Keelalagirl

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    You are most welcome

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    It is a flavor
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    Quote Originally Posted by keelalagirl55 View Post
    This is from TPA's site.....



    It is actual nicotine liquid that gives the ejuice the nicotine.
    Wait a minute, I am now very confused. You quote TPA as saying "It is nicotine-free and ..." and then you say it "gives the ejuice the nicotine".

    According to TPA's quote, it sounds more like it is a tobacco flavoring, not a source of nicotine. Can someone clarify this for me, please?

    Thanks.

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    It is flavoring only!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rshields View Post
    Wait a minute, I am now very confused. You quote TPA as saying "It is nicotine-free and ..." and then you say it "gives the ejuice the nicotine".

    According to TPA's quote, it sounds more like it is a tobacco flavoring, not a source of nicotine. Can someone clarify this for me, please?

    Thanks.
    What she was saying is that it is the "Nicotine" liquid (aside) that give e-juice the nic. I had to reread it myself a couple of times to make sure. HTH!

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    It's used to add a tobacco flavor and It comes real thick (Highly concentrated) and you need to thin it with a pure grain alcohol.

    Basically it does NOT contain nicotine as the process to extract nicotine is different.
    Though it will contain trace amounts of nicotine < .1%

    Read this... http://shop.bluemistvaping.com/index...&products_id=7
    Last edited by mccawley; 03-04-2011 at 08:04 PM.

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    As said, it's strictly a flavoring.

    It's the stuff that makes Vapor Station Tampa taste like an analog. Nothing I've found comes as close to analog taste as that juice, which makes sense since it's produced from tobacco leaves. I just wonder about the molecules present in it, as it's hard to find any good information on that.
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