Looking for 100% natural e-liquid flavors

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  1. constantinos

    constantinos Full Member


    I am looking for 100% natural (plant based) e-liquid flavors for my DIY e-liquids.

    I do not feel very comfortable with all the artificial flavors that go around. Although they are food-grade that does not mean that they are safe to inhale.

    E-smoking veterans please help!!!
  2. Mr. P

    Mr. P Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    "Natural"?? I don't think there is such a thing.
  3. dspin

    dspin Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Checkout Vaperite.com - House extracted, organic and natural flavors

  4. Mr. P

    Mr. P Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Even they aren't 100% Natural as they would still go into a PG/VG base.
  5. nerak

    nerak ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

  6. CBB

    CBB Super Member ECF Veteran

    Being plant based doesn't mean that they would be any safer than engineered when it comes to inhaling things. Plants aren't supposed to be inhaled either... such as... tobacco.
  7. Libby Love

    Libby Love Full Member

    If you are look for natural - herbal remedies try any out post or whole foods. Look for water soluble - many come with alcohol so try the childrens section for non alcohol.

    And here are two natural flavor places:
    Frontier Co-op | Bulk organic herbs, spices, teas & essential oils.
    Newport Flavours & Fragrance

    Here are just flavor places ... not the all natural kind:
    Create your own perfume with The Perfumer's Apprentice

    These again water soluble and no oils!
    Hope this helps some! :)
    Good Luck!
  8. swedishfish

    swedishfish Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    You smoked cigarettes with 4,000 chemicals before you started vaping, right? :laugh:

    I think the purest juice you're going to get is the original EcoPure line. Cignot carries it.


    Probably you best bet would be to vape unflavored.
  9. stillalive

    stillalive Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I second trying out Vaperite and Ecopure, but also give Virgin Vapor a try. VV is my favorite. :D There's a lot of organic flavorings out there... like others have said, just make sure you go with the water soluble.
  10. swedishfish

    swedishfish Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I would get some VG and nicotine and mix them and vape unflavored if your concerned about flavorings. Lots of people vape unflavored and really like it.
  11. Religion

    Religion Super Member ECF Veteran

    VapeRite, Velvet Vapors, Virgin Vapors, etc all have natural or organic flavors in their juices. Not sure where to get just flavoring for DIY.
    I picked up a bottle of Organic Peppermint extract at my local Whole Foods to add to some unflavored nic juice. It tasted great, but maybe I'm an idiot and will soon get pneumonia?
  12. constantinos

    constantinos Full Member

    Thanks everybody for your response. You gave me valuable information.

    Inhaling aromas from edible plants like fruits, vegetables, herbs etc is something that we always do when we eat. This is what makes us taste the food and that is why when we hold our nose while eating makes food tasteless. Therefore the practice is really ancient and applies to almost all mammals.:)

    Inhaling aromas from certain plants is particularly beneficial for various conditions and we have widely practiced therapies based on that such as aromatotherapy. A nice way of doing that with safety can be done with a high quality vaporizer that has adjustable temperature (google that if you are not familiar with the subject).

    Sorry about my blubbering, but I feel strongly that although e-smoking is a good thing, in many cases we replace the 4000 dangerous chemicals of cigarette smoking (as one poster mentioned) with less but perhaps equally dangerous chemicals.
    The e-smoking community shouldn’t focus only on the development of new and exciting mods and atties. E-smoking with the right development efforts, has the potential to become a health promoting, disease-busting habit and using naturally occurring organic flavors is a proper step to that direction.
  13. Sugar_and_Spice

    Sugar_and_Spice Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    All you mention is already being done.....look around the board on the home page.....look CASAA
    and some vendors are also doing studies....freedomsmokeusa.com for one..
    and velvetvapors.com has organic vg......
  14. emus

    emus Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    I have steeped black pepper, cinnamon powder, etc. in PGA.
    Some flavors taste pure and strong w/o unwanted undertones.
    If you don't like PGA you could reduce the extract or try steeping in boiling H2O.
  15. SuziesMom

    SuziesMom Super Member ECF Veteran

    Clouds of Vapor, and Vermont Vapor also do 100% natural juices.

    I can be quite content with a DIY blend of peppermint essential oil, a little menthol and maybe some liquid stevia if I feel the need to back off of the artificial stuff. I have a 5-fold tangerine oil that is out of this world, and literally a single drop in a 10 ml bottle is extremely flavorful.
  16. Astatine

    Astatine Super Member ECF Veteran

    This is an interesting angle I haven't thought of :facepalm:

    Thank you for broadening my horizon :)
  17. stillalive

    stillalive Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I feel somewhat similarly... I think it's awesome to vape rather than smoke, but there's no real reason we can't be as healthy about vaping as possible! I try to only vape organic juices for maximum healthsomeness, and there are some really fantastic ones out there. :)
  18. swedishfish

    swedishfish Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Who said the other juices aren't healthy?
  19. stillalive

    stillalive Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Did I say they weren't healthy? Nope. I said it can't hurt to be as healthy as possible. Salad is plenty healthy, but it can't hurt to eat organic salad instead of non-organic, right? Methinks some people are a little too sensitive....
  20. swedishfish

    swedishfish Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sensitive? To what?

    That's what you said although I'm not sure that's a word. The implication seems to be that non-organic juices are somewhat less healthy. I'm just wondering if you have a cite for this or any evidence that this is the case.
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