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What is Nicotine Free Vape Liquid
You might be wondering what even is a nicotine-free vape liquid, well, nearly all vaping fluids are made free of tobacco and tar, but if you want to remove the blood and vascular stimulant part of nicotine, then you will want to shop for what is sometimes seen referred to as nicotine free vape or zero-nic also. They are simply the liquids you place in a vape, minus the stimulant.
Types of Nicotine Free Vape Liquid
Nicotine free vaping juice comes in a range of sizes, from 10ml right the way up to 150-200ml bottles, so we carry items for all budgets and needs.
Background of vapes with no nicotine
Vaping nicotine isn’t the only way to do vaporising. Flavoured liquids without nic is totally possible too and studies say it reduces the exposure to the side effects of nicotine.
With the introduction of Europe’s Cigarette and Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) it meant ejuice refills that contained nic had to be regulated which led to the spawning of a whole sub-industry around those that didn’t. This has grown hugely to include pretty much every major vaping brand and now adorns most vape shops around UK, Germany and beyond. Big High VG Ejuice bottles that have enough space left in the bottle to add a nic shot.
What vape do I need for nicotine free vape juice?
What you should be vaping really depends on the amount of PG to VG. This determines the thickness of the e-juice and will indicate what kind of vape kit you need. If it’s a higher VG vaping liquid then you will want a sub ohm vape kit like a Smok Alien with a bigger tank, while a high PG will warrant something like an Aspire Pockex Kit or an Innokin vape.
Is nicotine-free vaping better for you?
There are many studies on the toxicity of it all and whether nicotine-free vaping is safer. But one recent report in Forbes, went as far to say as it’s not the danger it is made out to be:
“It enhances the performance of some tasks, especially those involving vigilance and rapid visual cue processing. It can also sharpen memory, concentration and attention in the short term.”
Forbes Magazine Online – Sally Satel
Do 0mg e liquids taste better?
Actually, they can do sometimes. Most worthy brands over-flavour their nicotine-free juices so when/if you add a nicotine booster, it won’t suffer from flavour dilution. This means if you like your vape at 0mg, you benefit from a richer flavour. Not always, but certainly when you buy the premium brands.
When we at Vape and Juice were working on The Kraken, Honest Dave’s, Pink Label and Cotton and Kanthal among others, central to the work was overflavouring. Doing this, meant we could account for the dilution from an unflavoured nic shot.
Who can benefit from vaping nicotine-free e-liquid?
Many people prefer to use nicotine-free e-liquid in their day to day vaping, others could benefit from it. Here’s a shortlist explaining who vaping zero-nic could help:
- Pregnant women – nicotine-free reduces the blood pressure and miscarriage risk smoking carries during pregnancy
- Those with a history of cardiac problems – by reducing your exposure to vascular stimulation, there is less risk posed to those who have previous heart health worries
- Smokers who are less frequent at lighting up and simply want something to curb the hand to mouth habit addiction. By removing the nic, you get the habits in check, with the removal of an addiction that can take you back to tobacco and cigarette smoking.
Is vaping without nicotine bad for you
Vaping without nicotine is a popular option for a number of different vapers. Some don’t want the nicotine while they practice tricks, others have weaned themselves down from 18mg to 0mg but still enjoy the act of smoking as a way to stay away from the cigarettes.
You might be wondering whether vaping without nicotine is bad for you and whether you should do it at all. Vaping is declared as 95% safer than smoking by Public Health England, and that includes both nicotine ejuice and vape without nicotine.
Nicotine is an addictive substance found in patches, secession aids, vapes and cigarettes. It is the ingredient that you will crave as an ex-smoker and vaping will provide a fix. You can gradually drop your dosage down over time as you wean yourself away from the higher levels of nicotine. You can even go all the way to 0mg.
Vaping without nicotine will not have the same addictive properties as vaping with nicotine. However, it remains 95% safer than smoking, whether or not it contains the substance.
Using nicotine in your vape will keep up your dependence on it. If you ease yourself away from nicotine gradually you’ll find the transition away from cigarettes much easier. After reducing the nicotine you can carry on vaping if you still feel the urge to inhale and keep the act of smoking up.
As we know, the NHS and Cancer Research UK have backed vaping as a safer alternative to smoking, that’s vaping without nicotine or with.
Do nicotine free vapes use up coils quicker?
Nicotine free vapes like this can come in many forms, such as high VG, high PG; where some are thicker than others. Ultimately it comes down to the brand of vaping liquid as to whether they have been over-sweetened with too much flavouring as to the impact they have on e-vape coil life. As a rule of thumb, higher VG e liquids tend to work through your atomisers quicker as they require more power. More power means your vaping coil will be worked harder. On the simpler starter vape sets, coils will tend to last 2-3 weeks well.
Is 0mg best for me?
Nicotine free vape might seem to you like a one-wheeled bicycle. It’s missing a crucial part. However, there are plenty of reasons why you might choose a 0mg nicotine e-liquid. We share a few reasons along with some fantastic nicotine-free juices.
You’re cutting down on the stimulant part
While nicotine isn’t harmful, you might not want to be dependent on anything. When you first quit a heavy smoking habit, chances are you will go to 18mg, the highest nicotine level.
However, over time, you can start to reduce this level. You can go from 12mg to 6mg to 3mg then finally 0mg.
You quit nicotine but enjoy the community
If you quit nicotine it doesn’t mean that you need to leave the vaping community. If you enjoy vaping and all that comes with it then you can still fill up your tank with a 0mg and puff some clouds.
You’re practicing tricks
If you practice tricks with e-liquid containing nicotine you might start to feel a little lightheaded, headachy and sick. This is because too much nicotine in your system can make you feel quite rubbish.
We suggest that if you are going to be chasing cloud and doing cool tricks then you should opt for a nicotine free vape. You’ll still enjoy cloud and flavour, without the headache.
What are the best nicotine free vapes?
There are some delicious juices on the market, not all of which contain nicotine. We put together a guide to the best out there, check it out below: