What to consider before buying E Liquid

Zigs Electronic Cigarette E-Liquid nicotine allows the owners of electronic cigarettes to refill used cartridges or clearomizer ecigs. All our LIQUIDS have been tested by UK TRADING STANDARDS office. E liquid from Swevan is made to a very high standard by one of the worlds largest UK E-Liquid laboratories to give the user a unique high quality smoking effect and throat hit for e cigarettes.

All e liquids are not the same quality and under go the same depth of testing as our e-liquid.
Bottles are labelled with the government 'CHIP' compliant symbols.

Nicotine is highly addictive and we do not promote the use of electronic cigarettes or eliquid for non smokers. All e liquids are not the same quality and under go the same depth of testing as our e-liquid. Bottles are labelled with the government 'CHIP' compliant symbols.

Nicotine is highly addictive and we do not promote the use of electronic cigarettes or eliquid for non smokers.

26mg equal to 1+mg on a cigarette packet
20mg equal to 0.8mg on a cigarette packet
12mg equal to 0.5mg to 0.6mg on a cigarette packet
8mg equal to less than 0.4mg on a cigarette packet
Zero Nicotine

What's in the E-Juice?

The fundamental action of the e-cigarette is to produce a nicotine-loaded vapour via warming up a substance such as Propylene Glycol (that is regarded as harmless by the FDA) or vegetable glycerol.
Propylene Glycol is regarded as essentially risk-free. Large volumes would be needed to be absorbed to result in any kind of significant oral poisoning. It is metabolised in the body quite naturally into pyruvic acid, acetic acid, lactic acid and propionaldehyde (the sole potentially dangerous chemical). The sole documented instances of Propylene Glycol poisoning are generally associated with accidental swallowing in large volumes by small children. It is not a skin irritant, minimally aggravating to the eyes, and the breathing in of vapours present no significant danger (evidently) in normal applications. There is no proof to indicate that Propylene Glycol is in anyway cancer causing or genotoxic. There are a few documented instances of hypotension and other circulatory irregularities in a few patients soon after intravenous administration of medication using Propylene Glycol as a component. Nevertheless, the amount of Propylene Glycol found in e cigarettes will be considerably lower, and I have been struggling to uncover any instances when the symptoms have manifested due to vaping. Propylene Glycol is an authorized food additive. There are a few scientific studies which claim that Propylene Glycol can be an irritant to asthma sufferers (but there again so is cigarette smoking). Therefore in a general sense, Propylene Glycol, the commonest propellant used in e-cigarettes, is evidently harmless.
However like all poisonous compounds, the poisoning is dependant on the dose. For instance, Propylene Glycol is currently found in engine antifreeze as opposed to the older ethylene glycol. One of the main reasons why this occurred was because pets were drinking from puddles of antifreeze! Pharmaceutical grade Propylene Glycol is frequently utilized as a solvent in oral, topical and injectable drug products, as well as numerous makeup products and foods. If you are taking in Propylene Glycol from vaping, it's not going to be in higher amounts than you usually take in through everyday life. As a chemical, it is not restricted, even though drug and makeup firms offer Propylene Glycol-free goods, to be on the ‘safe side’.
General scientific research regards Propylene Glycol as non-toxic when consumed even in large volumes. It is completely metabolised by the liver as a part of the standard body cycle, and released from the body. There is absolutely no bioaccumulation in your body and despite the fact that one can find isolated instances of liver organ and nerve damage due to Propylene Glycol consumption, these were usually short-term and driven by substantial amounts.
Since e-cigarette products started in China, it's completely understandable that China is a huge manufacturer of E-Juice. The selective purchaser has a lot of alternatives, and there are lots of high-quality e liquids produced in the USA and our UK produced e liquid meets the worlds highest standards for our customers safety, something many people smoking e liquids do not consider.
E-juice is a simple fluid comprised of these constituent elements:
Nicotine: the main reason for the existence of e-juice, nicotine is a tasteless compound and our e-juices can be purchased in different nicotine strengths, as well as nicotine-free.
Dilutants: the most widespread of these is Propylene Glycol, which is normally pharmaceutical grade in high-quality E-Juice bought in the UK from us. The dilutant has 2 main applications: first of all it is the liquid that creates the vapour, and next it waters down the potency of the E-Juice in line with the level of nicotine needed. Propylene Glycol is the kind of dilutant that creates the "throat-hit" in e-cigarettes. We incorporate 20% Vegetable Glycerine as a way to boost the level of vapour (and indeed a very common brand in the USA uses only Vegetable Glycerine), we do not provide this mix due to losing the throat hit and the liquid would clog the vaporizers. Some people have noted gastric acid difficulties with vaping that have been relieved using a liquid with a percentage of vegetable glycerine.
Flavourings: this is where it gets exciting. Tobacco is a widespread flavouring in E-Juice, but there are lots of alternatives, such as menthol, candy, coffee and lots of others. A lot of people often begin with a tobacco tasting liquid since they're moving over from cigarette smoking, however most of the main producers will supply small 10ml bottles to enable you to check out various other flavours. Personally I prefer an espresso flavour in the morning hours, tobacco in daytime, and then a wonderful fruit flavour at night!
Considering the available information (and there is plenty of it out there) it’s difficult to conclude that nicotine is substantially damaging in the amounts delivered by esmoking. Notwithstanding, that doesn’t stop an enormous raft of so-called expert opinion from demonising nicotine, though a common thread in all such assertion seems to be that the data selectively disregards the relative damage accomplished by the delivery method, when it is by means of incinerated cigarettes. E cigarettes are now getting the more favorable reports in the media and medical reports that they deserve.