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Max VG Vape Juice

Max VG E Juice: The Pros and Cons

Are you considering buying a max VG vape ejuice but aren't sure if they are for you? In today's blog, we break down the reasons why you should and why you shouldn't get this type of vape juices and the general pros and cons of max VG e juices. So if you're ready, let's dig in. 

Table of Contents:

  1. What is Max VG Ejuice?
  2. What Are Some of the Pros of Max VG Eliquid?
  3. What Are Some of the Con of Max VG Eliquid?
  4. Conclusion

What is Max VG EJuice? 

Before telling you what max VG ejuice is, we should first talk about the ingredients that eliquids are made from. There are four ingredients in total, vegetable glycerin, propylene glycol, nicotine, and artificial flavorings. While nicotine and artificial flavorings can impact the vaping experience, the two most important bases are vegetable glycerin and propylene glycol. 

Propylene glycol (PG) is a liquid substance that behaves like water. Propylene glycol is also responsible for creating the "throat hit" or the harshness in the back of your throat that mimics the same harshness you feel when smoking. It also carries flavor better than vegetable glycerin which means that e juices with a high ratio of propylene glycol tend to bring out more flavor notes. 

Vegetable glycerin (VG), on the other hand, is a very viscous liquid that is thick and hard to evaporate. Also, unlike propylene glycol, it is sweet tasting and does not carry flavor well. However, it is responsible for giving the vapor you exhale its thickness. And because it's more viscous, it provides a much smoother throat hit. 

Vape juice manufacturers play with both of these ingredients to create different ratios that create different vaping experiences. For example, nicotine salts, since they are used with low-powered devices, have a ratio of 50/50 VG/PG or 50VG/50PG since too much vegetable glycerin would be hard to evaporate. If you want more flavor and a stronger throat hit than 40VG/60PG might be the ratio you're looking for. Nowadays, the standard ratio seems to be 70VG/30PG, at least for users of sub-ohm devices and box mods, which are high-powered and can evaporate the vegetable glycerin more easily. 

Now that you understand vaping ratios, it's easy to explain what a max VG ejuice is. A max VG e liquid is a vape juice with more than 80% VG in the formula; in other words, it's a vape juice with a ratio of 80VG/20PG or greater. 

What Are Some of The Pros of Max VG Eliquid?

There are many benefits to using Max VG e liquids; for example, it enhances the sweetness of a flavor, creates higher cloud production, and delivers a smoother throat hit. 

It Makes Your Vape Juice Sweeter

While vegetable glycerin might not carry flavor well, it certainly tastes sweeter than propylene glycol. This means that when it is used with dessert, fruit, and other sweet vape juice flavors, it can make the vaping experience taste better or at least a lot sweeter. It also contains less sucralose, which vape juices with low vegetable glycerin content use to make their flavors taste sweet. And this is always a plus since sucralose tends to create coil gunk which tends to ruin coils.

More VG Equals More Clouds

For cloud chasers everywhere, max VG e juices are a must. They are the only way in which you can create plumes and heavens of vapor. Since vegetable glycerin also creates the thickness of vapor as well as the quantity of vapor, max VG eliquids are the way to go if you are planning on entering any cloud chasing contests. 

Makes Your Vape Juice Ultra Smooth

Because max VG vape juices have very little propylene glycol, they don't create that harshness at the back of your throat, which in turn makes every inhale super smooth. This allows you to vape more comfortably and for longer periods of time. However, if you're a recent smoker who actually enjoys that harshness found on cigarettes, this might not be a pro but a con. 

What Are Some of the Con of Max VG Eliquid? 

Although max VG eliquids have many benefits, just like with everything, they also have some cons. The biggest drawbacks that max VG eliquids have are that they can sometimes dim the flavors of complex flavors and that they don't work on low-powered devices, which is what beginners vapers use. 

They Dim Flavor Notes

Perhaps one of the biggest drawbacks of max VG vape juices is that they tend to overpower the subtle flavor notes that make complex flavors so attractive. So while you might enjoy dessert flavors that are overtly sweet with no nuance notes that keep your palate guessing, not everybody wants an overwhelmingly sweet flavor. And unfortunately, with max VG vape juices, you'll miss out on all the small flavor details. 

They Don't Work on Pod Systems

Another huge drawback of max VG vape juices is that they can't be used with low-powered devices like vape pens and pod systems which are the entry devices into vaping. This means that you can only use them with box mods and sub-ohm devices, which, most of the time, only veteran and intermediate vapers know how to use.


As you can see, max VG vape juices are great for giving smoother hits, creating lots of clouds, and making sweet flavors even sweeter. However, when it comes to complex flavors, the flavor notes tend to be overpowered by the vegetable glycerin, and veteran and intermediate vapers can only enjoy max VG vape juices since they can clog up low powered devices which is what beginner vapers use.


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Children, breastfeeding and pregnant women, persons with risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, or that take medications especially for depression or asthma should not use nicotine or vaping products. Always consult a licensed physician prior to use.

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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.