JimmyDB Oct 18, 2014
Thanks sando7.

I would just like to point out for newb (and others alike) to remember that when you add flavorings and such after you have mixed up a calculated base, then the nicotine percentage of the total solution drops.

The total mg of Nicotine are the same, but the total volume is raised by the flavoring volume.
In the example within the blog, adding 2ml of flavor to 8ml of base... would reduce the nicotine % to 80% of what it was. e.g., 2% NIC would become 1.6% NIC ( 20mg/mL * 8mL -> 160mg ; 160mg / 10mL -> 16mg/mL -> 1.6%)