What does "mg" mean in e-juice?

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  1. de1337er

    de1337er New Member

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    It may seem like a really simple question from the title but it's a little more complex than that. I'm going to be refilling my cartomizers with my own e-juice. I want to get the most bang for my buck - highest nicotine content per dollar and cut it down.

    I'm confused if it is xx mg of nicotine per vial/bottle (ie., mg=total mg of nicotine in bottle) or xx mg of nicotine per ml in the vial/bottle (ie., mg*ml=total mg of nicotine in bottle).

    Is there a standard, or a way to tell? I haven't seen it mentioned on any of the sites I've come across and I think it's definitely important to know when mixing something as potentially toxic as nicotine.
     
  2. Strigoi

    Strigoi Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    mg is milligram.
     
  3. MusicBox

    MusicBox Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    mg levels for e-juice refer to mg per ml
     
  4. GtrSoloist

    GtrSoloist Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    As previously stated the formula is mg (milligram) per ml (milliliter).

    For reference, the average pack of cigarettes contains 22Mg total.
     
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