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burning throat and tingling sensation tongue?

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  1. ssxcool

    ssxcool Full Member

    Sep 2, 2011
    i just brought an ecig, so everytime i vape i feel my throat like burning and a tingling sensation on my tongue. does anyone experience this??
  2. JustaGuy

    JustaGuy Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 19, 2011
    Beyond The Sea
    It could be the PG base, nicotine or that specific flavor, so try lower nicotine, a different juice and more VG based juice. If you get some e-juice in your mouth, it will burn too.
  3. Bandu00

    Bandu00 Full Member

    Sep 1, 2011
    Valrico FL
    Are you vaping the e liquid that came in the prefilled carts of the ecig? If you are that might be your problem I had the same problem with my Joye Ego and its prefilled carts. Man they were nasty until I got my order in for my jouices then I was like Im vaping for the rest of my life lol.
  4. Tsuki

    Tsuki Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 2, 2011
    Fairfield, CA
    I had that exact Issue when I began vaping with both 18mg and 24mg juice. I just kept at it and got used to it though, eventually you will toughen up to it. I don't experience it at all anymore.
  5. ssxcool

    ssxcool Full Member

    Sep 2, 2011
    yeah i broke the catridge and taste it on my tongue LOL, wasted my MYR 75 (malaysia). currently find a new product -.-

    and the catridge says high nic level
  6. madjack

    madjack Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 17, 2011
    Central Louisiana could definitely be the cheap azz juice that came with your e-cig...there is a world of difference in the cheap ones and the good ones, keep that in mind...also, vaping will severely dehydrate you so, up your water/juice/liquid significantly.......
  7. JustaGuy

    JustaGuy Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 19, 2011
    Beyond The Sea
    Even "low" nic juice will give burning feeling on tongue. I think "high" is too high for you even for vaping.
  8. baerencongo

    baerencongo Full Member

    Aug 31, 2011
    I experienced the same as Tsuki. Do drink some additional water. This will help a lot.
  9. Zoomama

    Zoomama Full Member

    Sep 2, 2011
    I have the same thing but only when I take a deep inhale. Doesn't do it if i mouth suck first just on deep lung inhale? if that makes sense.
  10. JustaGuy

    JustaGuy Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 19, 2011
    Beyond The Sea
    I was told the proper way to vape is take slow, big puff into mouth first, then inhale. Maybe that cools the vapor and/or let vapor react. It was choking when I directly inhaled.
  11. Tsuki

    Tsuki Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 2, 2011
    Fairfield, CA
    JustaGuy I really think this is more of a new vaping experience, I started with 24mg and experienced this all the time in my first few days of vaping, I even switched to 18mg low TH juice and I still experienced it... The juices I used were premium american juice from Halo, to be more specific Torque56 and Malibu Menthol. Malibu is a much lighter vape than torque and it still happened. I would even get like tingling in my esophagus after a while, almost like a backwards heartburn. But I just kept on vaping and I never experience it anymore after a few days of dealing with it.
  12. Zoomama

    Zoomama Full Member

    Sep 2, 2011
    Yeah when I do that it doesnt burn in my throat and tastes good, only when I do a deep lung inhale does it burn so i won't do that again!
  13. dormouse

    dormouse ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Oct 31, 2010
    If you are using medium to high nic in 100% PG you could get a sore numb tongue, sore throat or even sore lungs. I got the sore numb tongue. Pick up some juice with 20% VG if you are using stuffing cartos, 20-30% for tanks and reservoir cartos, and any PG/VG ratio for a normal atomizer as long as it flows at least as fast as you vape it (VG is thick, juices with a lot of VG flow more slowly). Once I started using just with some VG in it, I stopped getting a sore numb tongue. Nicotine is a skin irritant. Even the patch warns about skin irritation. PG does very little to buffer the irritation. VG dulls flavor, TH and irritation but adds more visible vapor.
  14. scatterthelogan

    scatterthelogan Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 6, 2011
    it might just be juice getting in your mouth. the tingling that is. thats teh only time that happens to me. as for the throat burning its probably just dry and you gotta drink drink drink
  15. JustaGuy

    JustaGuy Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 19, 2011
    Beyond The Sea
    Yes, vaping is not smoking. "Smoke" the two differently. :)
  16. Big Thier

    Big Thier Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 10, 2010
    QC, Canada
    I've been experiencing this since I started vaping and it never went away. I hate it.
  17. Trucapri

    Trucapri Super Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 18, 2011
    North Carolina
    Practice your intake . . . less like smoking an analog and more like drinking a milkshake through a straw . . . a long, slow, steady pull, then an easy inhale. It does take practice!!

    Best wishes!!!!
  18. SunnyMoon

    SunnyMoon Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 15, 2012
    United States
    I noticed that too, even my lips get a little tingly. I'm still in the very early newbie stage, all I have now is a crappy Cigarex. Doing some research trying to find a better setup.
  19. Evapguy

    Evapguy New Member

    Jan 21, 2012
    Oregon City, OR
    I had the same problem when I first started vaping as well. It went away fairly quick however.
  20. Mark C.

    Mark C. Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 13, 2012
    Easton, MD
    For some reason it seems like if i start experiencing this, 2 things make it go away... drink some water, and clean out your driptip with a paper towel... i think its just condensation thats near the mouthpeice which contains nicotine and when you vape it gets the condensation (which has almost no feeling other than the nicotine burn/tingling feeling) in your mouth... not like when you get juice in your mouth which is usually in a pretty small area...

    When i have this happen it is really frustrating to say the least lol
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