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How to lower the nicotine content of a WTE?

Discussion in 'Liquid Extraction From Tobacco' started by D Persimmons, May 27, 2015.

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  1. D Persimmons

    D Persimmons Account closed on request

    Mar 9, 2014
    Is there a way to lower the nicotine content of a WTE so that i'm left with a higher ratio of minor to major alkaloids?
     
  2. Cloudmann

    Cloudmann Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 17, 2015
    North Charleston, SC
    Nope. Nicotine, being an alkaloid is affected in the extraction process in the same manner as other alkaloids in the tobacco leaf. Anything that reduces one alkaloid reduces them all. NETs that have zero nic have had all alkaloids removed. NETs with only nicotine have had it all removed, then the nicotine content is added through a nicotine concentrate. You won't find WTA liquids, extracts, or concentrate that has a higher level of the other alkaloids. In fact, they gage them all together in the same way that nicotine content is rated. Instead of 18mg nic, it'd be 18mg WTA, for example. Nicotine is only part of that 18mg.
     
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