10ml e-liquids most commonly have a PG/VG ratio of 50/50. These types of e-liquids are suitable for use with MTL vape kits such as smaller starter kits and pod-system devices.
What is freebase nicotine?
Freebase nicotine is a common form of nicotine which is the same type used in tobacco products and various other nicotine replacement products such as patches, gums, and sprays.
Freebase nicotine provides you with a stronger throat-hit - a scratching sensation on the throat upon inhale. This type of nicotine is commonly available in various different strengths of nicotine: 3mg, 6mg, 8mg, 12mg, 16mg, 18mg, and 20mg, depending on brand.
What is salt nicotine?
Unlike freebase nicotine, nicotine salts provide you with a much smoother sensation on the throat. Nicotine salts are very popular with disposable devices and pod kits. If you feel that you need to use a higher nicotine strength, but can't cope with the harsh throat hit freebase gives you, then try nic salts.
Nic salts are typically available in 10mg and 20mg with a few brands offering slightly different strengths.
What is PG and VG?
PG stands for propylene glycol and VG stands for vegetable glycerine. Both of which are found in e-liquids.
PG helps to deliver flavour and nicotine whereas VG thicken the e-liquid. The great the VG, the thicker the e-liquid.
E-Liquids with a VG/PG ratio of 50/50 are best used with mouth-to-lung vape devices. Thicker or high VG e-liquids with a VG/PG ratio of 70/30 or higher are best suited towards sub-ohm devices which produce larger clouds of vapour.