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Vape juice is made up of four ingredients:
When a vape juice is labeled as 50/50, it refers to the VG PG ratio, meaning it is half vegetable glycerin and half propylene glycol.
Most vape juice made today is 70% VG and 30% PG. That seems to be the sweet spot for ratios that will work well in most tanks. There are many others at around 80% VG as well. Once you get higher than 80% VG, the e-liquid tends to get more syrupy (thick), which means it doesn't feed as well in tank atomizers.
There are some main differences between VG and PG:
So, if you want huge clouds, you can go for higher VG (some vape juices are considered max VG -- nearly 100% VG), and drip it on your rebuildable atomizer. Max VG vape juice certainly will not feed very well in most vape tanks, and its thicker consistency tends to gunk up coils more quickly.
Many tank users prefer the 50/50 vape juice because of the way it feeds into their tanks. We don't recommend 50/50 or anything lower than 70% VG for dripping as the thinner vape juice will tend to flow out of your air holes. But, for tanks like the SMOK TFV12 Prince, 50/50 works great.
We usually put the VG/PG ratio in our product descriptions, so check there to see if it will meet your device needs. A great line with many 50/50 vape juice is Jimmy the Juice Man.
The better question would be, "Can you kill yourself with vape juice?" Well, sure. You can kill yourself with a soup spoon, too. If you do not use things the way they are intended to be used, yes, you can injure or kill yourself. This also applies to vape juice. If you drink an entire 100ml bottle of high-nicotine vape juice and are able to keep it down, you'll definitely become sick and you may die. Why would anyone do that?