Concentrated berry flavours extracted from succulent raspberries and blueberries that formulate a wild concoction.
A hybrid of rich tobacco infused with a fresh hint of mint guaranteed to satisfy with its unprecedented flavour.
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Nicotine salt is the natural form of nicotine found in tobacco leaves. Nicotine derived from tobacco leaves is slightly acidic with a pH of approximately 5. However, the most commonly used form of nicotine in e-liquids is called freebase nicotine. Freebase nicotine is slightly basic with a pH of approximately 8. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14 where lower pH values indicate a more acidic substance, while higher pH values indicate a more basic substance. The chemical process for making the nicotine derived from tobacco leaves more basic is called de-protonation. This is the process that turns a natural nicotine extract into a freebase nicotine extract. Manufacturers of freebase nicotine would use a stronger base (which is negatively charged) in order to remove the protons from natural nicotine. Removing protons not only makes the nicotine more basic, but it also removes the salts from the nicotine.
Freebase nicotine, being slightly more basic, creates a harsher throat hit when vaped. The reason is because de-protonated ions (from freebase nicotine) can move through membranes within the body much more easily than protonated ions (from natural nicotine). Freebase nicotine is widely used in e-liquids because it is more volatile and easily vaporized, but it also makes the e-liquid harsher when vaped at higher concentrations. Nicotine salt can have the potential to accelerate a colour change of an e-liquid, but this does not mean the nicotine is oxidizing or degrading. The reaction of mixing different flavouring with the nicotine salt can result in such a colour change.
Nicotine salt e-liquids are capable of delivering a much more enjoyable throat hit at high nicotine concentrations without it feeling extremely harsh. Since nicotine salt is in its natural state, the body is likely to better absorb the nicotine and provide a longer, more satisfying fix. Although nicotine salt and freebase nicotine are in different forms, they will still have the same effects on the body. There would be no differences in terms of the risks involved, but a user has to be careful on how much power his/her device is using when vaping nic salt e-liquids. If you are a vaper who has been using vaping products in hopes of reducing the amount of smoking or trying to quit completely, All Day Nic Salt might be the product for you if you have found that traditional e-liquids have not been delivering to your satisfaction. All Day Nic Salt is proud to mention that none of its flavours contain any added sweetener, therefore the coils will last a lot longer. A similar sensation to tobacco and a more efficient absorption rate in nicotine salt also means a user does not need to “chain vape” to feel satisfied, and in turn would use a lot less e-liquid over time.
These e-liquids are typically higher in propylene glycol (PG) content and higher in nicotine concentration, which means high resistance; low wattage setups – like the Aspire Breeze, Pockex, eGo AIO, etc. – are typically used to deliver the product. Expensive setups are not required to enjoy these new revolutionary e-liquids. It is actually recommended to avoid using sub-ohm devices with high concentration nicotine salt e-liquid since such a concentration will already deliver a strong nicotine fix at low wattage. High wattage devices can actually end up providing way more nicotine than what is necessary for one’s body to absorb. If a user insists on using a high-powered device (not suggested), the user must be very careful when vaping high nic salt e-liquids as it would be easy to exceed the amount he/she actually needs.