Nicotine Liquid - PG Based
All PG based nicotine liquid is currently out of stock. The recommended alternative suppliers are Wizard Labs, My Freedom Smokes and NicVape.
Our PG nicotine liquid bases on the sub-category pages above are made from 99.9+% pure nicotine. The nicotine is diluted using only 99.5+% USP/KOSHER Propylene Glycol. Available in strengths from 36mg/ml up to 100mg/ml. All nicotine liquids are shipped in Dark Amber PET packer bottles with child proof caps sealed with shrink bands.
CAS # 54-11-5
*Keep all nicotine liquid and DIY products out of reach from children and pets. Nicotine is a dangerous chemical and can be fatal if ingested or absorbed through the skin.*
The products on the sub-category pages above contain nicotine which is a dangerous and addictive substance. These products are not smoking cessation products nor are they intended to prevent, treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Any items containing nicotine should not be used by anyone with, but not limited to, the following: Anyone under the age of 18, non smokers, anyone who has never used a product containing nicotine, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, anyone with high blood pressure or any heart condition, hypertension, asthma or any other respiratory condition, diabetes or taking medication for depression.
For nicotine strengths up to 50mg/ml wear chemical/fluid resistant gloves (Nitrile), chemical/fluid resistant apron and sleeves or lab coat, splash goggles, particulate mask covering the mouth/nose and handle only in a well ventilated workspace.
For nicotine strengths from 50mg/ml to 100mg/ml wear chemical/fluid resistant gloves (Nitrile), chemical/fluid resistant coveralls or lab coat, shoe covers, splash goggles, half face respirator with combination organic vapor cartridges and handle only in a well ventilated workspace.
NEVER HANDLE ANY NICOTINE LIQUID HIGHER THAN 100MG/ML IN STRENGTH!
For anyone that is curious, new or even experienced with making your own e-liquids, I highly recommend the following tutorial. Please take the time to read it. All credit goes to Rocketman for such an in depth tutorial.