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Nicotine Salts: A Vaper's Guide

Discussion in 'Kai's Virgin Vapor' started by Annette Rogers, Jun 4, 2019.

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  1. Annette Rogers

    Annette Rogers Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

    Aug 7, 2010
    California USA
    I spent weeks researching everything about nicotine salts to create this guide for vapers. I was surprised how fascinating the story became as I delved into the intriguing history of freebase nicotine, the scientific studies to support its efficacy and the possible health implications of nic salt use. I know there are lots of well informed and experienced vapers here and I'd love to hear what you think, your personal experience with nic salts and if you have anything to add!

    Nicotine Salts: A Vaper's Guide
     
  2. Beamslider

    Beamslider Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 29, 2017
    San Francisco
    From you site. This is totally inaccurate information. There is no reason that you can't vape nicotine salts in any device you vape freebase nicotine in. You don't want to vape 50mg nicotine subohm but just like freebase nic, salt nic can be mixed at any level you choose.



    "As mentioned above, you do not want to use nicotine salts in either sub ohm or high powered e-cigs.

    Sub ohm refers to the rating of your coil. Anything below a "1" is considered sub ohm vaping. For example, a 0.2 or a 0.5 coil would both be sub ohm coils. Read about the experiential difference between ohms ratings for a more in depth explanation.

    The rule of thumb is: don't vape nic salts using a coil that is rated lower than 1."
     
  3. Annette Rogers

    Annette Rogers Forum Supplier ECF Veteran

    Aug 7, 2010
    California USA
    Most nic salts available are very high nicotine because they are formulated for use in pod style vape devices only. I know there are starting to be even some ultra low nic levels made with nic salts--I've seen some 6 mg and similar using nic salts just for the smoother hit. I'll change the article to make that clearer. Thank you!
     
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