No nicotine juice....easy to make?

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  1. thewomenfolk

    thewomenfolk Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Is a no nic juice easy to make? In what proportions should the ingredients be?
    (I haven't made any juice yet)
     
  2. darkmatter22

    darkmatter22 Super Member ECF Veteran

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    well i guess water will work.... lol just be careful what your putting in. i made a hose adapter to my e-cig, and i used super glue to hold it in place and every time i vaped off of it, i felt weird, also smelled funny.
     
  3. CentroniX

    CentroniX Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    It's very easy! Both PG and VG can be very easily obtained, as well as Loranne's flavorings. Mix about 70% PG with 15-20% VG and 10-15% flavoring and vape away! Depending on the intensity of the flavor, and how thick or runny you like your juice, adjust accordingly.

    Be sure to check out the DIY E-Liquid forum!
     
  4. darkmatter22

    darkmatter22 Super Member ECF Veteran

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    i say just use water lol
     
  5. CentroniX

    CentroniX Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    That makes steam. If that's your goal, save yourself a lot of time and money, boil a pot of water, and put your face over it!
     
  6. darkmatter22

    darkmatter22 Super Member ECF Veteran

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    rfol(no one says that any more) . but its not as cool as a PV!
     
  7. thewomenfolk

    thewomenfolk Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    centronix, thanks for those proportions! I'll do it! Thanks to the rest of you for your silliness. :D
     
  8. jj2

    jj2 Moved On Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    You need to use distilled water.
    If you want a wee bit of nicotine, there is nicotine water (homeopathic formulation). It comes in a bottle just like water and it contains nicotine---it won't be much though.
    I just found out about it and might pick up several bottles before the FDA bans it.
    Anyone know how long nicotine stays good?
     
  9. Hinterscher

    Hinterscher Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Where did you find this nicotine water, if I may ask?
     
  10. jj2

    jj2 Moved On Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Search for Nic lite. It's expensive stuff and something else the FDA is trying to ban.
     
  11. MattNKB

    MattNKB Full Member

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    I just recently started Vaping. After purchasing cartridges at an outrageous price here in the states, i have decided to refill my own.

    I have been using the mixture of about 40% Vegetable Glycerin, 55% Distilled Water, and 5% Lorann flavorings.

    I highly suggest not putting too much of the flavor in the mixture.. just enough to smell it in the mixture should be enough.. I find the Loranns flavors to be extremely potent and not much is really needed.

    If you plan on using nicotine... Purchase the more potent mixtures and just add to this mixture should be fine.

    I am no Chemist or doctor, so im not sure how much nicotine should be added... Just sample sample sample!! :D

    There is a sticky posted here in the forums with the items you need to make your own juice. Everything ended up costing me around $10-15. and this should last me a quite some time.:D
     
  12. julianka

    julianka Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    It's kind of astonishingly easy to do this. Got to a craft store like Michael's and get a bottle of Wilton's glycerin, whatever flavour you want of Lorann flavoring (nothing with OIL in the name!), and a bottle of distilled water. I'm vaping my homemade raspberry juice right now, I made a small batch to start with:

    4 ml Wilton's glycerin
    4 drops distilled water
    20 drops raspberry flavor (started with 15 but that wasn't quite strong enough.)
     
  13. thewomenfolk

    thewomenfolk Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks for your help. My friend and I are going to Hobby Lobby tomorrow and will look for all these ingredients. I'm not real interested in Nicotine (at least I hope not, I'll find out I guess) and want to try a recipe of my own. It sure makes all the difference in the world to find a flavor one likes! Thanks again!
     
  14. kinabaloo

    kinabaloo Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    If the nonsense with the FDA / BP does ban nicotine, I suggest trying to maintain vaping without the nic. The action of vaping is a big part, so with a good flavor and some strong will (just think of giving the finger to BT and BP) one can adjust to nic-free vaping. That's what I'll try to do, if I must. Might be a struggle for a few days or so, but can come out the other side, free of the chains that would try to bind us.
     
  15. greenie

    greenie Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I am entirely in agreement with you.



    If I made any it would be without the nicotine so thanks for this.


    The steam from the water doesn't corrode the atty?
    I like the percentages in your recipe though.
     
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