Everyone has a different introduction to vaping. Perhaps you saw someone blowing big clouds out of a massive machine. Or maybe you noticed they were stealthily sucking on a small device and letting out a tiny cloud from their mouth. You may be wondering how vaping works and how it is different to smoking. Here is our guide that goes over the basics of vaping.
The reason it is called vaping is because you are not blowing out smoke. It is vapor, which is heated up liquids that were combined together to deliver a good experience. When you are vaping liquid, you are vaping a combination of nicotine, flavors, propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin. These components will be found in almost every type of vaping liquid.
The beauty of vaping is that it is so customizable. It is possible to have liquid that only has VG, while others are mostly PG. It all depends on the experience that you want, as PG has a bigger throat hit, while VG is going to deliver the massive clouds that enthusiasts love to produce.
Even the nicotine can be added through different means. There is the traditional way of adding nicotine to the liquid, while there are also nic salts that have become very popular in the past few years.
All that liquid is not going to have any impact unless it is being put through a device. And most of the vape devices that you see are regulated, which means they only fire if the battery is at a certain level and there is a specific type of coil inserted in the machine. And there will typically be some cotton on the coil, which allows the vape juice to pass through without burning or damaging the coils.
Devices can vary based on the power they generate, along with the ohm rating of the coils. These are differences you only need to care about if you are a vaping enthusiast. The average vaper would be happy with any type of device!