I tried searching for topics relating to this question but couldn't find anything specific so hence the post.
Personally i dont vape but a few of my friends do and we got on the whole topic of how lethal the stuff - eliquid is and there started a whole new arguement between us.
From research and reading of other posts, there's no questioning how lethal pure nicotine is but what about eliquid?
As far as i understand the stuff you get in eliquid is not concentrated? i.e. not 100% pure nicotine - am i right?
Now lets take one of the strongest means available - 36mg/ml. if thats the case (nicotine is diluted) does anyone know the % of concentration of nicotine you get normally in a 36mg/ml?
Secondly, - and this is where it got really heated between us - My buddies said, given that the concentration of nicotine you actually get in an eliquid is so diluted, you wouldnt die even if you drank a whole 30ml bottle yet alone have a 4/5 drops in your mouth?! what do you guys think? Obviously they wernt stupid enough to try that theory in practice but the more i think about it the more it makes sense of the concentration of nicotine you get in an eliquid is in fact diluted? I read somewhere here that some members frequently get eliquid in their mouths as a result of putting to much into their containers - and nothing happend?
At the same time given everything i've read - surely you would die if you ingested a mouthful???
I would really be grateful for your input ladies and gents.