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What is the e-Liquid PG/VG ratio?

The ratio varies depending on blend selection and availability. The current PG/VG options range from 0 PG/100 VG Max to 100 PG/0 VG Max (options subject to change at anytime). We have extensively tested our PG/VG for purity.

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Does the e-Liquid contain Diacetyl?

No. Our e-Liquid product line does not contain diacetyl. Our products also tested negative for the following compounds: ethylene glycol, diethylene glycol, 2,3-Pentanedione, Acetaldehyde, Acetoin, Acetone, and Acrolein. There are no harmful traces of these chemicals because Truebacco does not use any artificial flavors or sweeteners (These compounds are the byproduct of artificial flavors and sweeteners). Our tobacco vapor liquid extraction process is completely 100% natural (Naturally Extracted Tobacco N.E.T.).

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How is Nicotine measured in e-Liquid?

Nicotine in e-Liquid is measured in 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15 or 18 milligrams. This measurement identifies the amount of liquid nicotine in relation to the total amount of e-Liquid in the bottle.

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How should I store my e-Liquid?

To prolong your e-Liquid's shelf life, store it in a cool, dark place away from any sources of light or heat. We recommend storing it in room temperature since lower temperatures can slow down degradation that could lead to spoilage.

If exposed to light and air, the nicotine will oxidize causing your e-Liquid to darken. You could prevent this with proper storage. However, the core properties remain unchanged. If your e-Liquid is stored in the worst possible way (e.g. near a window with the cap off), a notable amount of nicotine may be lost. However, in most cases the difference is negligible. The bigger concern for spoilage is the flavors, that will degrade more quickly in the presence of light and heat. The effects are not harmful. It will just ruin the flavor.

e-Liquid should be stored in an air-tight container. Ideally, glass is better than plastic for long-term storage because plastic is slightly permeable.

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What if I am allergic to Propylene Glycol (PG)?

Propylene Glycol (PG) is one of the main ingredients in e-Liquid. Although you could inhale it through most vapers without a problem, for some it can cause an allergic reaction. You can resolve this by switching over to a Vegetable Glycerin (VG) based e-Liquid, or ones with much lower amounts of PG. Although most mixers use both PG and VG in their e-Liquid, we offer VG based liquids only and allow you to choose the ratio of PG/VG. We recommend 0 PG/100 VG Max to minimize your symptoms. The less PG the better.

Allergy Symptoms: The most common symptom is excessive irritation and sore, dry throat when inhaling (PG) based liquids. In some cases, more typical allergic reactions can occur. These may include sinus issues, itchy hives, headaches and nausea, and numbness of the face. Between 1.5 and 3.5 percent of individuals are allergic to (PG). Symptoms included small bumps around the mouth accompanied by a burning or stinging sensation.

Also consider crossover between allergies and symptoms when you stop smoking (“Quit Zits”). To be sure, stop vaping or use a different e-Liquid to see if the symptoms clear up. If so, then most likely the (PG) is the cause of your symptoms.

Note: Some vapers who’ve used (PG) based liquids before without issues could develop allergy symptoms later in life.

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What ingredients do you use to make e-Liquid?

Our e-Liquid contains Propylene Glycol (PG), Vegetable Glycerin (VG), Nicotine (apart from Nicotine-free blends) and flavorings that are naturally extracted from tobacco or peppermint. We do not use artificial flavorings, colors, dyes or sweeteners in our e-Liquid. ALL FLAVORS ARE 100% NATURAL (Naturally Extracted Tobacco N.E.T.).

Propylene Glycol (PG): This is generally recognized as a safe chemical used in a wide range of consumer products, including pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, pet foods and others. (PG) has a fairly thin consistency and almost no taste, helping to carry the flavor and producing the "throat hit" associated with vaping.

Vegetable Glycerin (VG): This is generally recognized as a safe chemical and is present in a wide range of everyday products. (VG) is sweeter and thicker than (PG) and can boost vapor production while producing a smoother "throat hit".

Nicotine: This is the primary addictive chemical in cigarettes, and is present in e-Liquid so vaping can satisfy your cravings. Our e-Liquids contain 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, or 18 milligrams of nicotine.

Natural flavors: The flavor of Truebacco’s e-Liquids is 100% pure following the unique tobacco extraction process (Naturally Extracted Tobacco N.E.T.).

Our unique natural extraction process allows more of the natural tobacco to be extracted. Hence, producing flavors that are true to the taste of tobacco. No other flavors, preservatives, coloring or chemicals are added. The same natural extraction process is used on mint leaves to produce our menthol blend.

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What is Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG)?

Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG), are the two primary ingredients in e-Liquid and the resulting vapor.

Propylene Glycol (PG): (PG) has the chemical name 1,2-propanediol, and it is generally recognized as a safe chemical for use in a variety of consumer products, including pharmaceuticals, sunscreen, lotions, shampoos, food flavorings, pet foods, cosmetic creams, theatrical smoke machines and others. (PG) is also used in anti-freeze, but the amount used is significantly less toxic for humans and pets. In e-Liquid, food grade (PG) is used to carry the flavor. It contributes to the “throat hit” of the vapor and may cause a slight irritation to the throat when inhaled.

Vegetable Glycerin (VG): (VG) has the chemical name 1,2,3-propanetriol, and like (PG), it is generally recognized as a safe chemical used in a variety of consumer products, including pharmaceuticals, foods, cosmetics and in tobacco. As with (PG), it may irritate the throat when inhaled. However, in e-Liquid, (VG) produces a much smoother "throat-hit". It is thicker than (PG) and imparts more sweetness to the taste.

Safety of (PG) and (VG) for Inhalation: There is limited evidence on the safety of (PG) and (VG) for inhalation. However, studies have shown with individuals exposed to theatrical fog machines (that uses lower-grade PG as well as other chemicals) generally show very little evidence of harm, notably throat irritation being the only factor. Animal studies on (PG) and (VG) have also shown no evidence of harm other than mild throat irritation. Although studies are inconclusive, more research is needed to provide definitive answers regarding risk of vaping.

PG/VG Ratios in e-Liquid: The most important thing about (PG) and (VG) for vaping is the relative quantities used in e-Liquid. Higher (PG) levels improve flavor (it doesn’t drown out flavor as much as VG), produce a stronger "throat hit" and make the liquid thinner (therefore, more efficient at wicking). On the other hand, (VG) based liquids produce thicker vapor, and are more viscous causing it to wick less effectively.

We recommend a 50/50 mix of (PG) and (VG), which provides a good balance between "throat-hit", flavor and vapor production.

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What is the shelf life of my e-Liquid?

The average shelf life is from 1 to 1.5 years. However, If you store your e-Liquid properly, you could achieve a shelf life of up to 2 years.

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Are your e-Liquid flavors all natural?

Yes. Our entire line of e-Liquid is prepared by extraction of cured tobacco blends, natural vegetable glycerin, propylene glycol, natural nicotine and natural clove or menthol in select blends. No artificial flavoring are added.

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What is N.E.T.?

N.E.T. is an abbreviation for "Naturally Extracted Tobacco". It can also be referred to as "Natural Tobacco Extract". Our entire line of e-Liquids are all Naturally Extracted Tobacco (N.E.T.) blends.

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What is the difference between a Tank and Dripper?

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