At the Leaf House Vape Shop, we stock bulk quantities of Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerine (VG). In combination, these two ingredients make up the majority of every single eliquid you have vaped. We stock USP grade Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerine (VG), meaning that it has been FDA approved for pharmaceutical, laboratory and food uses and therefore has a very high quality. They are not oils as it is harmful to inhale oils but they are an odourless liquid that is commonly found in most of the everyday food products we eat and studies have shown they are safe to ingest.

Each of the two constituents have varying properties, with PG carrying the flavour more and providing a stronger throat hit. It is also more viscous, therefore it is generally used in a lower percentage as it causes too much wicking in vaporizers. VG is less viscous and produces larger clouds of vape when heated up. Most vape eliquids have a makeup of 70VG/30PG ratio which is most appropriate for sub-ohm tanks, due to the large wicking holes to prevent leaking. 50/50 makeups can have enhanced flavour but are generally only recommended for pods, however 70/30 liquids will also be suitable.

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At the Leaf House Vape Shop, we stock bulk quantities of Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerine (VG). In combination, these two ingredients make up the majority of every single eliquid you have vaped. We stock USP grade Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerine (VG), meaning that it has been FDA approved for pharmaceutical, laboratory and food uses and therefore has a very high quality. They are not oils as it is harmful to inhale oils but they are an odourless liquid that is commonly found in most of the everyday food products we eat and studies have shown they are safe to ingest.

Each of the two constituents have varying properties, with PG carrying the flavour more and providing a stronger throat hit. It is also more viscous, therefore it is generally used in a lower percentage as it causes too much wicking in vaporizers. VG is less viscous and produces larger clouds of vape when heated up. Most vape eliquids have a makeup of 70VG/30PG ratio which is most appropriate for sub-ohm tanks, due to the large wicking holes to prevent leaking. 50/50 makeups can have enhanced flavour but are generally only recommended for pods, however 70/30 liquids will also be suitable.