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Propylene glycol or glycerol is the main component of e-liquid

Healthy eliquids

When smoking ordinary cigarettes, the smoke is produced by burning tobacco, and when vapes are being used, by heating the eliquid in the vape tank. Liquids distributed by all manufacturers consist of the same basic components: nicotine (might be without nicotine), propylene glycol or glycerol and flavorings (may not be present).

Propylene glycol and glycerol. Propylene glycol or glycerol is the main component of e-liquid. Some products may contain ethylene glycol.

Nicotine. Nicotine levels in vape fluids range from 0 (nicotine-free) to 100 mg. Most popular eliquids for sale contain nicotine concentrations of 3, 6, 10 or 20 mg. The amount of nicotine measured by chemical analysis can often differ by up to 20% or more from the amount stated on the packaging, while “nicotine-free” products can sometimes have traces of nicotine in them.

Other components. Various metals have been detected in e liquids and their vapors: tin, lead, nickel and chromium. Also found are tobacco-specific nitrosamines, ketones, metals, volatile organic compounds, phenolic compounds.

Aromatic substances. Vape eliquids can be sold with flavorings. There are over 20,000 flavors in the market that give the aroma or taste of a variety of candy, fruit, alcoholic beverages. Aroma can increase demand for electronic cigarettes among young people, especially among non-smokers.