This e-liquid is great for throwing out some massive clouds. The Cush Man Real Strawberry liquid by Nasty Juice is a testament to how realistically fruity these juices can be.
A self-proclaimed obnoxious E-liquid brand, Nasty Juice was born in September of 2015 by Pak Din and his business partner Mr. Loky. Nasty Juice is a multi award winning company fresh out of Malaysia and already known worldwide for their highly desired flavours and eye catching packaging.
This product is supplied as a 60ml short fill bottle with 50ml of concentrated, zero nicotine e-liquid. This product needs a nic-shot (available separately) to be added to the bottle and then shaken gently.
What are VG and PG?
VG/PG indicates the ratio of Vegetable Glycerin (VG) to Propylene Glycol (PG) that makes up the e-liquid. VG is a thick liquid that is known to bestow a sweet taste upon the juice that contains it. PG, on the other hand, has a much thinner viscosity and no taste. PG produces the feeling of a “throat hit”, which VG does not. There are various ratios of VG/PG found throughout the e-cig market. Some with very high VG for creating lots of vapour, some with higher PG for “stealth vaping”. So, depending on which vape setup you have/ what your personal taste is, the decision is completely up to you. Here is some information on the VG/PG content of this particular e-liquid;
The VG/PG content of this liquid is 70/30
This mixture of VG/PG is arguably the most popular among the sub-ohm vape users as coils with a lower resistance (<1.0 ohm) tend to vaporise the e-liquid faster, meaning less “throat hit” is needed from the PG, and so more VG can be added to bring with it added sweetness.
The typical levels of nicotine contained in e-liquid are as follows;
In the UK, 20mg/ml is the legal limit for the nicotine content of vape juice. It is also against the law to manufacture and distribute any nicotine containing e-liquid in a bottle of more than 10mL in volume. To get around this, some manufacturers started to sell what is known as “shake ‘n’ vape” or “short fill” e-liquid. This is where they sell 0mg/mL liquid of greater volume (most commonly 50ml – 100ml), in bottles that have space for the customer to add their own “nic shot” shot of nicotine.
Here is a useful table to help you calculate the amount of nic shots you will need to add to your 0mg/ml shake ‘n’ vape or short fill e-liquid in order to achieve your desired nicotine content.
Please note that the table below refers to the use of 10ml nicotine bottle(s) as 18mg strength.
|Volume of nicotine free eliquid||25ml||50ml||100ml|
|Required nicotine strength||1.5mg||¼ bottle||½ bottle||¾ bottle|
|3mg||½ bottle||1 bottle||2 bottles|
|6mg||1 bottle||2 bottles||4 bottles|
WARNING – THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NICOTINE
Nicotine is a highly addictive substance. Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Keep away from children and animals. NOT FOR SALE to persons under 18 years of age.
Avoid contact with skin and eyes.