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How to mix Liquid & Glycerine & Flavorings

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  1. ritalee76

    ritalee76 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 6, 2009
    Baton Rouge, LA
  2. Sun Vaporer

    Sun Vaporer Moved On ECF Veteran

    Jan 2, 2009
    Rita--Very well done video and a good presentation!!!--thank you for the time and effort--Sun
  3. WhaTchoo-TalKin-BoUt

    WhaTchoo-TalKin-BoUt Full Member

    Jan 24, 2009
    Thats the same glycerine i use haha, michaels craft store i buy mine. Does work great though, and great video..
  4. shakey ceasefire

    shakey ceasefire Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 17, 2009
    San Francisco
    nice vid. thanks! wow, that looks way easier than i thought...
  5. Edd

    Edd Full Member

    Feb 17, 2009
    London, United Kingdom
    Fat Tune!!!!! and good vid too. :)
  6. Terraphon

    Terraphon Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 12, 2009
    Phoenix, AZ, USA
    I was going to do a video on mixing glycerin, tomorrow afternoon but now I don't have to.

    Thanks for getting this information out, Rita. It helps people to see that this isn't as difficult or complex as many may think.

    Now everyone, get out there and start mixing!
  7. Nuck

    Nuck Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 14, 2009
    Ontario, Canada
    This video was quite useful. I'll be rolling my own juice in a week or so and it's nice to have a clean, simple breakdown to follow.
  8. gfultz1

    gfultz1 Full Member

    Feb 25, 2009
    NM - USA
    one of the best presentations i've seen!
  9. teoulides

    teoulides New Member

    Jan 12, 2009
    Does anybody knows the difference between the Flue cured tobacco taste and a Regular tobacco taste?
  10. mixxy

    mixxy Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 29, 2008
    Great job on the video!! :D

    Also just wanted to say... the Lorann flavors are so cheap to buy... and even if you don't like them to "vape" some of them are just awesome in recipes... so still a use for them! I used to have a candle company and sold at local holiday gift shows etc. There was a man that sold candy coated popcorn in all sorts of wild flavors... and I now I'm 99% sure they were all made using the Lorann flavorings! They tasted WONDERFUL... and he did a huge business!!! Lots of recipes for using the different extracts on the Lorann web site too!
  11. wv2win

    wv2win ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Feb 10, 2009
    GA by way of WV
    Nice presentation, Rita. A couple of questions: By mixing the glycerion and juice 50/50 does that change the nic level from 36 to 18? Have you tried PG and if so, any differences? I would be curious to know if anyone else has experienced an upset stomach.
  12. mixxy

    mixxy Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 29, 2008
    Don't want to go into much "detail" on this :rolleyes: but... I do seem to have a "problem" with mixing my own juices using ALL VG. I don't have the same issues when using commercial juice using PG, so have ordered some PG to use in my mix with a smaller amount of the VG. :)
  13. ritalee76

    ritalee76 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 6, 2009
    Baton Rouge, LA
    You might want to check out this thread:

    Someone (I forgot who) added an excel spreadsheet dealio to be able to calculate your nic content...

    Will try to attach it :) It is a zip file and if anyone knows who did this one originally, would you let me know so that s/he can get proper credit for it. Its really nice for those of us who are math deficient. :D


    Attached Files:

  14. yvilla

    yvilla Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 18, 2008
    Rochester, NY
    The simple answer is yes, a fifty-fifty mix of 36mg liquid with another substance would result in 18 mg liquid.

    But of course since Rita also added a small amount of flavor, her resulting mix was something less than 18 mg concentration. If she had made her flavor and glycerin mix add to up to one ml first, and then added the 1 ml of 36 mg liquid, then her result would have been exactly 18 mg. The spreadsheet, created by Jaaxx, is great if you want to be precise and know exactly what your resulting nic concentration is with varying amounts of dilution.
  15. ritalee76

    ritalee76 Super Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 6, 2009
    Baton Rouge, LA
    Thanks, Yvilla, for remembering who posted the excel sheet - I use it more as a rough guideline than for the actual drops and mils :D But I do use it
  16. yvilla

    yvilla Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 18, 2008
    Rochester, NY
    Rita, your comment about your cooking style was perfect!

    My sister loves to cook, is a great cook, and uses a handful of this and a pinch of that. I, on the other hand, hardly ever cook and simply cannot do anything without measuring precisely. If I ask her how to make something it's hilarious and impossible at the same time. And if I'm ever away from home in a place I might need to cook at, even simple things, the first thing I have to buy is a measuring cup.:D
  17. Elle

    Elle Super Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 9, 2009
    Orange County, CA
    wonderful video rita, thank you :)
  18. SharonLM

    SharonLM Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Great video, thank you so much!
  19. Treece

    Treece Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 22, 2009
    Thanks so much for this! Takes the fear out of mixing!
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