VAPE FAQ - Regular Nicotine Vs Salt Nicotine?

Salt Nicotine vs. Regular Nicotine?  Let us help you answer that question!
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What is Salt Nicotine?

Salt Nicotine is the organic state of nicotine found on tobacco leaves. When using nicotine salt e-liquids are known to produce a smooth throat hit and an increased rate of absorption into your body. The main purpose of nicotine salt is to allow the user to use higher levels of nicotine due to its smoothness.  Nicotine Salt E-Liquid can be deceiving as many users do not realize how much nicotine they are absorbing into their bodies. For this reason, we always recommend to using a smaller Vape Pod style device that is low-powered to prevent inhaling an excess of Nicotine.

What is Freebase Nicotine?

Freebase or Regular Nicotine is the most common and most used form of nicotine found in E-Liquid. Freebase nicotine is nicotine in its purest form and extremely high levels of freebase nicotine can lead to harsh throat hits. Hence the reason why most freebase nicotine's highest level is 12mg /ml. They key point of freebase nicotine is that it comes in lower levels within E-liquids which allow the users to slowly lower their levels of nicotine.

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Here is some last thought when it comes to Nicotine safety!

  1. E-liquid should always be out of reach of children and pets. Nicotine in any form can be harmful to them, and can even lead to death in some cases.
  2. E-liquid with nicotine can irritate your skin. If you do happen to get some on your body, wash it with warm water and soap immediately.
  3. Only use e-liquids with high nicotine concentrations in low-powered devices to avoid nicotine overdose. Symptoms of nicotine overdose include:
    • Lightheadedness
    • Headaches
    • Nausea or vomiting
    • Tremors or muscle twitches

If you experience any of these symptoms, it is recommended to stop vaping immediately and speak with a Doctor.