When I first began I was vaping 45-50 ml X 36 mg nicotine per week. As you can see I am now down to 2 mg X 30 ml per week so I wouldn't be concerned about the quantity and nic strength you're presently vaping as long as you're not feeling sick or getting headaches= nicotine OD. I found early on trying to calculate the amount smoked and translating that into the amount I needed to vape was hopeless. I just listened/ listen to my body and vaped/ vape according to what it needs/ wants.1. I fill my cartos 4 times daily, which 40 drops of VG + 10 drops of 36mg nicotine each time, so that I vape 40 drops = 2ml 36mg = 72mg nicotine daily. I had been smoking for 10 years with more than 2 packs daily. If compares to smoking 1mg cigarette, does that mean vaping 72mg nicotine daily is somewhat equal to smoke 72 cigarettes 1mg daily? And is vaping 72mg nicotine daily high? And if can, pls tell me how much you vape daily.
Higher voltage (4.8) will drain battery quicker. Batt life will also be dependent on the type of delivery system used- carto, single coil/ dual coil: low resistance/ standard resistance. You'll find some juices are better at higher voltage while others are better at lower voltage. When using the Twist begin with a low voltage and raise the voltage until you find your "sweet spot" with that particular juice and carto.2. I'm going to have a Ego C vv twist. Its Voltage ranges from ~3-4.8V, the question of a vv PV is, if it works at 3V, will the battery life be longer than working at 4.8V?