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Hello!

I've started vaping few months ago, mixing my own juices. The last mixes are unbearable.

I've tested that the throat hit (one case even felt like burning the whole pathway to lungs), comes from the nicotine, by separately smoking the bases only and bases with concentrates – no throat hit.

The question is – WHY NOW, what am I doing wrong?

I've been doing 1,5-1,8-2mg of nicotine per juice for 3 months, slowly adding ~0,1-0,2mg per month (to still feel some buzz) using sub-ohm tank, smoking ~70-80W.

In the middle some of the mixes had the awful throat hit, so I just assumed, they were the concentrates causing it. But as almost all of my new mixes have this throat hit and I've tested now the mix without the nicotine, I've pinpointed that to nicotine. Last bottle I mixed with lower nicotine content, less throat hit, but it's still there and that's lower content than I used before.

I use 100mg/100ml nicotine for mixing, opened ~3-4 months ago, storing it in the freezer all the time, except, when mixing juices. Using both (nicotine and bases) from quality companies, so it really should not be about the quality of ingredients, but something I'm doing wrong. To add more, the juices I have mixed before and stored in room temperature are still fine, smooth.

I've tried googling, but everyone is blaming the nicotine content or bases, which are not my case.

Any ideas?

Hello!I’ve started vaping few months ago, mixing my own juices. The last mixes are unbearable.I’ve tested that the throat hit (one case even felt like burning the whole pathway to lungs), comes from the nicotine, by separately smoking the bases only and bases with concentrates – no throat hit.The question is – WHY NOW, what am I doing wrong?I’ve been doing 1,5-1,8-2mg of nicotine per juice for 3 months, slowly adding ~0,1-0,2mg per month (to still feel some buzz) using sub-ohm tank, smoking ~70-80W.In the middle some of the mixes had the awful throat hit, so I just assumed, they were the concentrates causing it. But as almost all of my new mixes have this throat hit and I’ve tested now the mix without the nicotine, I’ve pinpointed that to nicotine. Last bottle I mixed with lower nicotine content, less throat hit, but it’s still there and that’s lower content than I used before.I use 100mg/100ml nicotine for mixing, opened ~3-4 months ago, storing it in the freezer all the time, except, when mixing juices. Using both (nicotine and bases) from quality companies, so it really should not be about the quality of ingredients, but something I’m doing wrong. To add more, the juices I have mixed before and stored in room temperature are still fine, smooth.I’ve tried googling, but everyone is blaming the nicotine content or bases, which are not my case.Any ideas?

Submitted October 10, 2018 at 08:15PM by IndyDino
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