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What Are Sub-ohm Nicotine Salts?

What Are Sub-ohm Nicotine Salts? And How Do They Work?

Nicotine salts are all the rage. In fact, all disposables come equipped with nicotine salts and they are the preferred nicotine for most new vapers or those finding they need something with an extra kick. 

But what about those vapers that only vape with box mods and sub-ohm devices? Can they still join the nicotine salt party without buying pod systems or disposables? The answer: yes, as long as they vape sub-ohm salts. But what are sub-ohm salts and how do they work? These and more will be answered in today’s blog. 

Table of Contents:

  1. What are Nicotine Salts?
  2. Nicotine Salts VS Freebase Nicotine
  3. What Are Sub-Ohm Nicotine Salts?
  4. Pros and Cons of Sub-ohm Nicotine Salts?
  5. Conclusion

What are Nicotine Salts

Before we can begin to explain what sub-ohm nicotine salts are we have to first examine what regular nicotine salts are. Nicotine salts are the main type of nicotine that is used in disposables and pod systems. Nicotine salts are different from traditional (freebase) nicotine in that they are smoother and are less harsh than freebase nicotine, which allows for more nicotine content to be absorbed. In short, nicotine salts are smoother but also more potent. 

Nicotine salts were invented because high levels of evaporated freebase nicotine are extremely harsh and difficult to vape. It’s important to note that at this point in time, there were only mech mods and box mods available and since they were high-powered devices, when the nicotine rose to high strengths it evaporated more quickly, and again made the experience unbearable. This is why today you only see levels of 0mg, 3mg, and 6mg freebase nicotine vape juice to be used with box mods or pod mods.

It was the invention of nicotine salts that turned things around. If it hadn’t been for nicotine salts, the world would have never known about pod systems since pod systems were specifically made for nicotine salts. 

It all started with PAX Labs, the creators of nicotine salts, who consequently made one of the first ever pod systems, the notorious JUUL. The scientists at PAX Labs discovered that if they added benzoic acid to nicotine in its natural state, it was much more smoother and created zero harshness when evaporated. It was this breakthrough that made the JUUL so important for vaping and nicotine salts are now the standard nicotine for pod systems.

Nicotine Salts VS Freebase Nicotine

So what are some advantages of nicotine salts over freebase nicotine? As we stated, nicotine salts are more absorbable by the body. What this means is that they are better absorbed and mimic better cigarettes, since you can feel the nicotine rush just as quick as with a pack of your favorite cigarettes. 

Another thing that nicotine salts have over freebase nicotine is that they are extremely smooth.  You can vape upwards of 25mg to 50mg of nicotine salts in a pod system and not feel a thing. With freebase nicotine, the harshness would be unbearable. 

However, until recently there was no way for vapers who used box mods and higher wattage (or more powerful) devices to enjoy nic salts, because due to the fact that nicotine salts are more easily absorbable and extremely smooth, if you were to use a high wattage device,  the nic salts would evaporate quicker due to the high temperatures created.  You would essentially be ingesting unhealthy amounts of nicotine at a pace your throat and your body would reject immediately mostly through heavy fits of coughing and other unpleasant symptoms.

However, nowadays you can enjoy nicotine salts in your sub-ohm, mox mod, or high wattage vape device with sub-ohm salts or sub ohm nicotine salts. 

What Are Sub-Ohm Nicotine Salts?

Sub-ohm nicotine salts are nicotine salts that can be used in box mods, pod mods, sub-ohm and high wattage devices. They combine what most advanced vapers look for which in tons of vapor production, with the smoothness and absorption rate of nicotine salts. While vaping nicotine salts with box mods is a big no-no, with sub-ohm nicotine salts there is no problem. 

Pros of Sub-ohm Nicotine Salts?

Sub-Ohm salts have some pros and cons when compared to regular traditional vape juice. Let’s start with some pros. 

An evident pro of using sub ohm nicotine salts is that you will consume less vape juice, making it more economical in the long run. Since sub-ohm devices can crank up the temperature and evaporate quicker than sub-ohm nicotine salts, you’ll get a more powerful nicotine rush that will quickly satisfy your cravings to the point you won’t need to constantly try to reach the same level of satisfaction.

Another pro is that you consume less nicotine by milligram when you use sub-ohm nicotine salts.  Unlike nicotine salts which can reach up to 50mg per device, sub-ohm milligrams are usually only offered in 0mg, 3mg, and 6mg (although some companies might make them with up to 18mg).  Due to the higher wattages sub-ohm devices can reach, you get the same hit of nicotine sensation in the throat using less nicotine. 

Conclusion 

We hope that with this brief introduction into Sub-ohm nicotine salts you are able to experience and try these delicious vape juices. As far as recommendations go, we suggest you try out Pachamama SubOhm Salts, Stay Salty Nicotine Salt E-juice, and Fresh Pressed E-liquid, all of which are currently on sale and ready to be paired with your favorite sub-ohm device. So what are you waiting for? Buy these delicious sub-ohm nicotine salts and experience the nicotine that made JUUL famous. 

 

EjuiceDB articles and blogs are meant to entertain and educate. However, we are not medical professionals and do not intend to give medical advice through them. Furthermore, Vaping products and nicotine use are only meant for persons over the age of 21.

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.