How to Make Your Own Electronic Cigarette Vapor Liquids Tutorial

Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by jbbishop, Mar 7, 2009.

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  1. jbbishop

    jbbishop Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Someone is selling a new e-book on the Internet as of yesterday telling us all how to make our own juice. Apparently it's $7.95 via PayPal with "instant download."

    It would be interesting to see what methods are advocated and how the recipes compare to what is already discussed here in this section of the forum. It doesn't read to me as though it's likely to delve into nicotine extraction from tobacco but it doesn't make that clear. I'll try to contact the author.

    Anyone wanna?:thumb: :nah:

    Make your own vaporizer or electronic cigarette vapor liquid for cartridge refills! | Legal Bud Reviews


    How to Make Your Own Electronic Cigarette Vapor Liquids Tutorial eBooks Download


    Make your own vaporizer or electronic cigarette vapor liquid for cartridge refills!
    Make up to 2 gallons of vapor liquid for around $30-$40 or less!

    Why spend hundreds of dollars on liquid for your electronic cigarettes when you can make your own? The tutorial covers how to make ANY TYPE of vapor liquid smoke base your heart desires. From tobacco juice to herbal vitamin juice, you can even take any herbal extract and add it! By following some basic rules, your vapor liquid will be safe, effective and affordable enough to really enjoy the benefits of using an electronic cigarette or vaporizer. This tutorial is for educational and scientific research only. The tutorial will cover how to make any kind of vapor liquid you could ever want. I cover recipes like: tobacco juice liquid smoke, herbal and tea liquid smoke and various methods and tips used to create these liquids safely.
  2. jbbishop

    jbbishop Senior Member ECF Veteran

    This is the reply I get:


    Yes, there is a water extraction method included in this ebook.


    If you've read my other posts and others' posts on here related to tobacco extracts then you know this is something you don't want anywhere near your vaporizer, and probably not in your lungs either.

    Am I missing something Robert?
  3. Mouser

    Mouser Full Member

    Given how dangerous it is, I would want some sort of rock-solid reassurance that the water-extraction method produces predictable results. Is there any way to measure the nicotine content of any juice extracted that way, save sending it to a lab?
  4. Kate

    Kate Moved On

    "... your vapor liquid will be safe ..." I wonder how they are going to back that up.

    Presumably they are also saying it's safe to extract nicotine. :rolleyes:
  5. Harry Crazington

    Harry Crazington Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Well save your money, I ordered it via PayPal payment, it's not $'s $12.95 and then it says 'No item available, contact the seller' so ya can't even download it after you've paid for it. Buncha buggers I guess.
  6. Harry Crazington

    Harry Crazington Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Well I spoke too soon, I emailed the seller & received the pdf in the email immediately. It's written way better than the one that someone was selling on Ebay a few weeks ago but I've only glanced over it. I have some work to catch up on first then I'll read it & report back.
  7. jbbishop

    jbbishop Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Well congrats on getting your $12.95 ebook. Hope it was worth it.
  8. Harry Crazington

    Harry Crazington Senior Member ECF Veteran

    I don't know if it was worth it but at least it is well written and even only had one word spelled wrong. 13 pages long but I didn't really see anything new that is not already on this forum about DIY eliquids, at least it's all in one pdf, no searching. They describe the hot water nicotine extraction method, like TropicalBobs posts from several months ago. Kind of like brewing tea. However I've read somewhere that the heat will destroy (most) of the nicotine you extract anyway.
    They also recommend adding food coloring to your juice to make colored vapor, just like the ejuice pdf sold on eBay a few weeks ago. But from my searches this is just impossible, you absolutely CANNOT add color to vapor except by shining a colored light source at the vapor, you cannot 'paint' water molecules. The only known element on Earth with a naturally colored vapor is iodine, although I would not recommend inhaling iodine vapor just to see a pale violet tint.
  9. grumpster

    grumpster Senior Member ECF Veteran

    The sales pitch suggests that it tells me how to make a juice that taste like a tobacco cigarette. Is there anything in there that might produce such results, or am I reading it wrong? I do enjoy the flavored juices on occasion, but for the most part, I prefer something that taste more like a actual menthol cigarette, as opposed to a vaporized dinner mint, which is what most so called menthol's taste like.
  10. jj2

    jj2 ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I don't think I'd go for coloring. I don't want rainbow lungs. :)
  11. Flitzanu

    Flitzanu Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    there's a post on that already somewhere. somebody used regular food coloring and PG or something, like a large amount, and no colored vapor, just horrible taste.

    so yeah that sounds like shenanigans.
  12. taz3cat

    taz3cat Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Menthol crystals or menthol drops from Juicyliquid (forum supplier)will make a good menthol, I use the crystals.
  13. grumpster

    grumpster Senior Member ECF Veteran

    I've already got the menthol drops. That's the easy part. I'm looking for the tobacco taste to begin with. If I just add menthol with out the tobacco taste I end up with a vaporized dinner mint. I don't want that. I want a Marlboro that I can add menthol to. Anyone got a recipe or know what ingredients to use to make a cigarette taste?
  14. taz3cat

    taz3cat Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    The closest I have got is:

    6ml tastless/naked
    .5ml peanut butter
    .5ml English toffee

    Everyones taste are different. May want to start here and work on it. No guarantees
  15. rich976usaf

    rich976usaf Full Member

    ya if its an ebook why dont you post it for all of us. I copy everything from movies the wii games, so whats a wii book......hmm im gonna look on my fav torrent site in sweeden .
  16. grumpster

    grumpster Senior Member ECF Veteran

    I never would have thought of peanut butter and English toffee as a cigarette taste, but I'll give it a try next time I order flavors. Thanks for the suggestion. If any one else has more suggestions, I'm always open.

    Thanks. .
  17. mamu

    mamu Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    For menthol drops recipe
    Menthol Drops Recipe for Menthol Lovers

    For tobacco recipe
    Best attempt at a tobacco flavor so far
  18. evaporator

    evaporator Full Member

    i had the same problem with some "menthol" juice i ordered. I mixed it with some Marlboro flavor to a decent effect. Im using a 510 manual and usually drip. I've found that about 3 drops of MB to 1 drop menthol does the trick. However the menthol taste tends to linger in the atty for a while so you don't always need to add more menthol.
  19. grumpster

    grumpster Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Thanks Mamu for the links. I checked them out and already ordered the stuff for the tobacco mix. I'm off to the liquor store this afternoon for the ethanol for both the menthol crystals that I have laying around, and for the tobacco absolute when that arrives. I never thought vaping would send me to the liquor store, but who's complaining. Now I actually have a healthy reason to buy booze. It keeps me off the smokes. :D Besides, I can't help it if a little rot gut accidentally fall it into my mouth while I'm mixing. Accidents do happen and tasting needs to be done by any good cheff. :p
  20. ibreathagain

    ibreathagain Full Member

    ive been hearing about doing a low heat boil of tobaco and isopropyl alcohol. havent tried it myself but seems like the alchohol would evaporate nicely and be clean enough anyway to not leave any residues. any thoughts on an alternative to hot water? the boil time needed just seems to cook the flavors out.
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