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Pick Vape Juices That Produce More Vapor

How To Pick Vape Juices That Produce More Vapor

Did you know that not all vape juices are created equal? Sure we all know that they come in different flavors, but did you know some vape juices are harsher, more flavorful, and even some that produce more vapor than others? If you're new to vaping, this blog will educate you on some of the reasons why some vape juices behave differently than others. If you're looking for the most significant clouds possible, we'll tell you how to pick vape juices that produce more vapor. 

Table of Contents

  1. Ingredients of Vape Juice
  2. VG/PG Ratios
  3. Max VG juice
  4. Devices That Work with Max VG Juice
  5. Conclusion

Ingredients of Vape Juice

There are essentially two ingredients in a vape juice that determine how the vape juice will taste and how much vapor it will create. These two ingredients are called propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin. 

Propylene glycol has no color or taste and serves to carry the flavor of the vape juice. It’s also responsible for creating the throat hit that makes your vape juice feel similar to cigarettes. It can be found in several household items like toothpaste, beauty products, shampoo, and baby wipes.

On the other hand, vegetable glycerin is responsible for creating the vapor and the thickness of the vapor inside the vape juice. It is derived from vegetable oils and provides a smoother throat hit that makes the vape juice easier to inhale. Vegetable glycerin is in many medical and household items such as soap, hand cream, makeup, and deodorant. 

VG/PG Ratios

Before we can tell you what vape juices generate the most vapor, you should know that every vape juice is made up of different ratios of vegetable glycerin and propylene glycol. For example, a vape juice could have 50VG/50PG. As you probably guessed by now, this would mean that it would produce decent flavor, a relatively strong throat hit, as well as decent clouds. The higher or lower a percentage is, for example, vegetable glycerin, the more vapor you will produce. At the same time, the higher or lower the rate of propylene glycol, the stronger the throat hit or, the more flavorful it will be. 

If you want to choose a vape juice that produces lots of vapor, you’ll need to pick a high VG vape juice. This will mean that the vape juice ratio must be about or higher than 70VG/30PG.

Max VG Juice

Max VG Juice is the official vape juice of cloud chasers and for those that want to create lots of vapor with their device. They are often 70VG/30PG ratios but could go as high as 90VG/2PG ratios or even 100% VG.

Those who choose these types of vape juices are looking to enjoy the milky plumes of vapor created the minute they use these vape juices with their devices. And since there is less of a throat hit due to the low propylene glycol content, every inhale can be taken deeper, and more vapor can be drawn out of your device. 

If you’re looking for vape juices that will create the most vapor possible, you will look for max VG vape juices. Because these vape juices have a higher quantity of vegetable glycerin, they are not as flavorful as other vape juices with higher percentages of propylene glycol, which carries the flavor in e-liquids. Still, they are more complex and will give you the heaven of vapor you are looking for. 

Max VG Juice is the official vape juice of cloud chasers and for those that want to create lots of vapor with their device. They are often 70VG/30PG ratios but could go as high as 90VG/2PG ratios or even 100% VG.

Those who choose these types of vape juices are looking to enjoy the milky plumes of vapor created the minute they use these vape juices with their devices. And since there is less of a throat hit due to the low propylene glycol content, every inhale can be taken deeper, and more vapor can be drawn out of your device. 

If you’re looking for vape juices that will create the most vapor possible, you will look for max VG vape juices. Because these vape juices have a higher quantity of vegetable glycerin, they are not as flavorful as other vape juices with higher percentages of propylene glycol, which carries the flavor in e-liquids. Still, they are more complex and will give you the heaven of vapor you are looking for. 

Devices That Work with Max VG Juice

If you are relatively new to vaping, you should know that not every device can work with these types of vape juices. Although some pod systems come with coils that have low resistance or burn a bit hotter and can handle the high viscosity of vegetable glycerin, not all of them do. The majority of these devices will end up damaging your coils. 

This is because vegetable glycerin is much more viscous than propylene glycol, which tends to be more fluid. So if you have more vegetable glycerin, then the vape juice's final product will be a more viscous substance.

Suppose you plan or want to buy max VG vape juice of 70VG/30PG ratio. In that case, you need a sub-ohm vape that can provide more power (essential burn hotter) than pod systems, so the vape juice can be evaporated entirely and not gunk the coils with its high percentage of viscosity. 

Although these devices are often considered advanced since they might come with LED screens that boast different modes and features, they are the only ones that work if you plan to cloud chase or pick vape juices that produce more vapor. 

Conclusion

So, let’s review. Vape juices are made up of two essential ingredients, propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin. Depending on the ratio of the ingredients found in the vape juice, the bigger the clouds or, the stronger the throat hit you will experience. 

If you are looking to create the most significant clouds possible, you need a ratio of 70% vegetable glycerin and 30% propylene glycol. Some vape juices are purely 100% VG. But because these vape juices tend to be more viscous, you’ll need a more powerful device with coils that have low resistance (or burn hotter). Usually, these devices are sub-ohm vapes or box mods. 

 

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Andres Roman

Andres Roman is a content writer with 3+ years of experience, a former 3 pack a week smoker who used vaping to kick the habit, he now wants to educate the world about vaping. You can find him on Linkedin and Twitter.