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What does PG and VG stand for?

Discussion in 'Ask The Veterans' started by Adrian, Feb 15, 2010.

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  1. Adrian

    Adrian New Member

    Feb 5, 2010
    Chicago
    honestly i dont know if my research skills are horrible, but i cant figure it out.
     
  2. DonDaBoomVape

    DonDaBoomVape Reviewer / Blogger ECF Veteran

    Jun 5, 2009
    South Florida
    Either or both are the base liquids that are vaporized (and into which the nicotine and flavoring are mixed):
    • PG is Propylene Glycol (USP-grade) is used in food flavorings, cosmetics, asthma inhalers, and artificial “smoke” at rock concerts. NOTE: Some people are allergic to PG (e.g., a rash or sore throat, but nothing serious). They should use…

    • VG is Vegetable Glycerin (USP-grade) – more syrupy, and derived from veggies. PG generates somewhat more flavor and throat hit; VG produces a bit more vapor.
     
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