50ml Bottle of Pure Nicotine For DIY Make Your Own E LiquidMORE INFO HERE!
Pure Nicotine Liquid to Add to your Home Made E-Juice
Beware of other companies that use inferior or not pure nicotine.
There are some things you need to keep in mind. Pure Nicotine is a poison. Too much can be very toxic. Nicotine is an alkaloid found in certain plants, predominantly tobacco, and in much lower quantities in tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant and green peppers. When absorbed in small amounts, whether from cigarettes, cigars or E-Cig, nicotine can cause stimulation, a feeling of relaxation, calmness, and alertness. The effects of nicotine can last from minutes to hours. The carcinogenic properties of pure nicotine in a standalone form (i.e., separated from smoking or chewing tobacco) have not been evaluated by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, However current available literature indicates that pure nicotine in standalone form does not promote the development of cancer in healthy tissue and has no mutagenic properties.
Pure Nicotine is not the dangerous part of smoking tobacco but rather it is the carcinogens created when the tobacco leaves are burned.
REMEMBER PURE NICOTINE IS A POISON IN ITS RAW FORM. IT IS VITAL TO FOLLOW PROPER SAFETY GUIDELINES WHEN MIXING YOUR OWN E LIQUID RECIPE
Successful mixing at home relies on some understanding of the basic principles.
Firstly, the strength description. For instance, for the Nicotine Density 48mg, indicates a nicotine concentration of 48mg per ml (not per bottle.) This equates to a strength of 4.8% w/v (because there are 1000 mg in 1ml.) If you water it down 50:50 with another (nicotine-free) liquid, then the result will contain 24mg/ml, etc., no matter if you are mixing 1 drop of each, or a ml of each, or a litre of each.
Secondly, you should never mix in large batches unless you know for certain that you’re going to like the result. It is all too easy to over-dilute your e-liquid if you work on the whole bottlef at once, and ruin it. It is much safer (and cheaper,) to mix up small batches, so if it goes wrong, you can strengthen it with a few more drops, or mix it into a more palatable flavoured juice to use it up. You will also be able to try a lot more flavours with a single bottle if you make small batches.
Unless you like you flavours and nicotine very strong, you will want to add some inert liquids to dilute your mixtures (these substances are called diluents). You may use propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerine (VG), alcohol and/or distilled/deionised water, according to preference (though more than a drop or 2 of water is not advised – if the liquid is too runny, there is a greater risk of it leaking into batteries, and it will produce little vapour.)
The flavor streng will be variable with the different nicotine densities. You need to adjust the flavor strength with the different nicotine densities with your personal preference. With higher level pure nicotine density, more flavoring is needed.MORE INFO HERE