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With so many different types of e-cigarette juice out there, how do you know which one is right for you? At No.1 Ejuice we only stock the tastiest, highest quality vape liquids, so you can trust us to advise you on the best products for you needs. As one of the UK’s leading stockists of e-cigarette liquid, our customers are guaranteed excellent products at wholesale prices!

You Need Advice From e Liquid Suppliers

I know it is extremely difficult to kick a smoking habit of a lifetime. The reason for this is that the ingredients in cigarettes, especially nicotine, are very addictive.  Some people smoke all day long and others are social smokers.


I have talked to some committed vapers and they found the transition from smoking to vaping relatively easy.  So, you should give vaping a try if you are desperate to stop smoking cigarettes which are now very expensive.



Your first step has to be to do your research and advice from e liquid suppliers should be high on your list.  If you look on the internet retailers often have blogs on their website about different aspects of vaping and advice on how to start.

It is not just about a vaporiser and off you go.  You will have to buy an e liquid too.  There are so many available, though, and you will have to give some thought at what flavours you like.  


Perhaps in the beginning you may want to try a flavour that matches your previous habit more closely.  If you have smoked menthol cigarettes in the past you could choose a liquid that contains something similar.


When you start you could also choose a nicotine strength that you have been used to.  There are different strengths available and you could gradually wean yourself onto a lighter one.  


Vaping is different and nicotine hits are more pronounced, so perhaps you could start with a lesser strength but you will have to experiment.  To this end there are starter packs available that contain different liquids.


This will stop you from having to buy individual liquids so you will spend less money trying them out.  You may surprise yourself about tastes that you would not normally have smoked in a cigarette and find that you really like fruit flavours, for instance.


As you graduate onto more fancy vaporisers, you will find that you can regulate vapour strength and can fit larger cartridges in them so that you do not have to refill them so often.


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Understating the Ingredients in Your E-Juice: Propylene Glycol

Vaping is fast replacing smoking as a nicotine habit. This is a good thing because it is generally recognised as safer. It contains none of the carcinogens found in tobacco, and so is likely much safer.


However, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t ask questions. It’s important that you understand exactly what you are inhaling. Today, we are going to provide you with a quick overview of one of the main ingredients in vape: Propylene Glycol, which is often abbreviated to PG.


Propylene glycol is actually a type of alcohol. However, unlike the alcohol that you are used to drinking, it is not intoxicating, meaning that it does not affect your cognition, or the effects that it has are mild enough to be imperceptible.


The most important question you should be asking about Propylene glycol is if it’s safe. You are inhaling this product into your lungs, and so you do need to verify its safety.


There have been numerous studies into Propylene glycol over the years because it is present in many products, from toothpaste to medical products. It is recognised as safe by numerous country’s health and safety regulators, including the UK.



However, it’s important that you double-check that the Propylene glycol in your vape is food-grade. This means that it has been deemed fit for human consumption. If you are buying your e cig liquid from a reputable supplier, they will already have verified safety. They have to do this because if they sell dangerous products they can get into serious trouble.


There have been stories in the press about adverse effects of Propylene glycol – this is generally the red tops selling their papers through fear. They take something that is partially true and present it as the full facts. For example, some have said that Propylene glycol is an antifreeze, but so too are olives and we aren’t scared of those. This is because some antifreeze is non-toxic. When we think of antifreeze, we think of the stuff you put in cars, but Propylene glycol works as an antifreeze for food.


There are some dangers with Propylene glycol, though. Some people can develop allergies. These are extremely rare and tend to come out in the form of a rash. However, if you know that you're the type of person who is susceptible to allergic reactions, we would recommend that you exercise caution when vaping. Propylene glycol can also be problematic for cats, so keep it out of reach of pets at all times.


Propylene glycol does tend to create a harder hit at the back of the throat. Many people like this because it mimics smoking. However, for some people, this is an irritation and it can cause sore throats. If this happens, make sure you buy e cig liquid that has a high vegetable glycerine ratio on comparison to the Propylene glycol. The more VG it has, the gentler the hit on the throat.


We hope that we have helped to answer some of your questions and concerns about e-juice. If you are interested in buying e-juice, please visit http://www.no1ejuice.com/.


Vaping: How Power Settings and Battery Choice Can Help You Make Fat Clouds

For many, one of the best things about vaping is the size of the clouds that you can make. With the right equipment, you can make some huge plumes – forget smoke rings, you can make smoke donuts and all sorts.


Today, we’re going to look at the ways in which power setting and battery choice impact on the size of your clouds. If you want to make fat clouds, then read on…


How to Adjust Power Settings to Make Your Clouds Fat as You Like

There’s only one rule that you really need to remember here: the more power, the bigger the cloud!


You'll notice that the vape pens and vaporiser have different wattage capacities. A typical wattage is 60w. When you browse for pens, you'll notice that they will say 30w, or 100w, of even 250w.


You'll also find YouTube videos of people who custom-make their pens and create wattages of more than 1000w! They make some humungous clouds, but it’s not recommended that you go that high.


You also have to understand another thing about watts and vaporisers. Many vaporisers/vape pens have variable wattage. This means that you can adjust the wattage as you want. For instance, when vaping in public, you'll probably want to choose a low wattage because it’s not wise to create huge vape clouds while you're out amongst the people – many won’t like walking through your clouds!


Another thing that you need to understand is that how powerful the wattage is depends on the unit. For example, if you buy two pens from the same vape shop and they have the same wattage range, they are not necessarily equal. If one pen takes more wattage to heat the coil (e.g. because the coils are larger) then it will produce a smaller cloud than the other pen that takes less wattage to heat the coil – you could set them both to 60w, but their clouds will be different.


There’s also a danger of overheating if you vape at a high wattage with a pen/vaporiser that is not optimised for that particular wattage. Because the battery is heating the coil, you need a certain amount of airflow to ensure that the heat can dissipate. Without this, it can become dangerously hot. Not only will this make your vape hot to the touch, but it will make the cloud hot too, and that can hurt your throat.


So, in terms of power settings, to create big plumes you need a high wattage vaporiser, that has a decent amount of airflow. You will also need to match the tank to the wattage – make sure that it can take the amount of power that you need to run through it.


How Does Battery Choice Impact on Your Plumes

In order to maximise your vapour clouds, you need to choose a battery that can provide your vaporiser with the correct amount of energy/voltage. It is the battery that suppliers the unit with power, so you need to match the battery to the power setting.


For example, if you have 100w vaporiser, you need a battery that can provide you with 100w on a continuous basis, at least until it runs out. It’s important that you don’t under or over power the unit so do be sure to read the instructions provide by the vape shop and buy an appropriate battery.


If you would like further help and advice about vaping, then please visit http://www.no1ejuice.com/.


A Few Tips to Help You to Quit Smoking

Ah, smoking – anyone who smokes understands the amazing feeling you get when you smoke. However, as you know, it is a double-edged sword, because while it feels great, it is incredibly bad for your health and is something you should avoid at all costs.


As a person who has overcome this habit, I have some good news for the seasoned smokers amongst you: you can quit. Here, I’m going to share with you some of the things that I learned when quitting cigarettes. You can use this article to help you to quit too.


The Cravings

Right, so the most difficult part in overcoming smoking is the cravings. It will feel to you as if you have to smoke this instance. However, it’s actually relatively easy to overcome the cravings once you understand one thing: they pass.


Cravings will only last an hour or two at a time. During that time, you will feel as if you have to have a cigarette. You will find it difficult to think of anything else but smoking. Most people are tricked by this feeling, though. When you're in the middle of a craving, you think it will last forever and that you will always feel that desperate drive.


You won’t. Just like anything, this too shall pass. If you manage to sit through your cravings, you will find that they go away again after an hour or two. The trick is to realise that the cravings are temporary and not permanent. As long as you can do that, you will be able to give up smoking.


It’s not even a matter of mind of matter. Instead, it’s all about sitting through the cravings. Allowing yourself to feel desperate, but not to give in to the urge.


Nicotine Replacement

One thing that can help you manage the cravings in the moment is a nicotine replacement product. When you feel the craving hit, sit through it for as long as you can manage – at least 20 minutes – and then take a small hit from your nicotine replacement product. This will quell the cravings a little, making them easier to sit through.


To avoid becoming addicted to the nicotine replacement product, use it very sparingly. Use it at those moments when you feel you can take no more of the cravings and then don’t use it again for at least 3 hours. They work best when you use them as a crutch at your highest craving point.


I would recommend that you reach peak craving levels, and then just hold yourself there for a while before taking your nicotine hit. This way, you really are helping yourself the best because you're teaching yourself that you can sit through the craving – and you really can.


There are a number of nicotine replacement products available. Personally, I prefer e juice because it allows you to feel the habit of smoking too. Some of you might prefer one of the other products, such as gum, patches, or lozenges.


Sometimes, it’s worth choosing a product that you don’t particularly like, because it can make it easier to quit. For instance, I finished off my smoking detox with lozenges. I don’t particularly like them, so I didn’t feel as rewarded with them as I do with e juice. This made it so that I only received the nicotine, and none of the pleasure associated with vaping or gum chewing (I really liked the gum too), therefore making it easier to stop entirely.


Good luck! I know you can do it. I smoked heavily for 20 years and I found it quite manageable to quit in the manner outlined above.


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Quitting Cigarettes: What Are Your Options?

So, you’re toying with the idea of giving up smoking, but you’re not entirely sure how to do this. There are so many methods out there to help people quit, the choosing the right one can be confusing. Some promise to deliver a quick fix, and it’s incredibly tempting to go for it.

However, it’s important that you have a good understanding of the options so you can choose the right one for you. The right one varies depending on who you are.

Today, we are going to look at some tried and tested methods for quitting cigarettes. Read thought the descriptions and pick one that you think will work, pick your quit date, and then get quitting.

A Few Quick Tips
There are a few things that all smokers need to know about the quitting process:

1.    You will get cravings. Recognise them for what they are. They will tell you that you need a cigarette above all else, but if you sit with them they DO disappear. It might take an hour, two hours, three, but they DO go away again. The more times you sit through the cravings, the longer it will take for them to come back, until eventually, you might have a craving once or twice a year.

2.    Tell everyone about your quit day. The social pressure makes it easier to find your resolve. No one wants to look weak willed in front of his or her peers.

3.    Get everything out of the house: all lighters, empty cigarette boxes, etc. everything that reminds you of smoking, get it out.

Quitting: Your Options
There are many quitting options, so we’ll take a look at the most popular ones, bearing in mind that they're popular because they’re successful.

1.    Hypnosis: the exact mechanism behind this is unknown, but for some, it certainly works. It may be that you need to have a certain susceptibility to hypnosis for it to work or that you really want to quit. A good choice, but it can be expensive. Still, it’s cheaper than smoking!

2.    E-cigarettes and vaping: this is a great method for people who have tried to quit but miss the habit too much. Here, you get to keep much of the habit, including the all-important part: taking something back into your lungs.

If you take a trip to a UK ecig store, you'll find that the staff will help you to find a package that works well for you. For example, this could mean buying a vape kit or buying an electronic cigarette. The important thing is that they will work with you to find the best solution.


3.    Nicorette replacement gum: personally, this worked very well for me. I gave up smoking around 2002 and haven't smoked since. The only problem I found was that I became addicted to the gum for the next 8 years. I managed to quit that cold turkey in the end.

We hope that you have found this article informative, and that it has given you a little food for thought. If you'd like to enquire further about e-cigarettes, then please visit http://www.no1ejuice.com/

Why Ex-Smokers Choose to Vape

Are you a smoker? Are you unsure about whether to try and substitute smoking for vaping? If so, you’ve come to the right place. We have been asking our Ex-smoker customers why they eventually started to vape. Four themes emerged from our research. We’re going to explore these themes below. It’s our hope that by reading about other people’s experiences, you will come to see the value of vaping over smoking.

It Helps Them to Finally Quit
This is quite obvious, but the primary reason ex-smokers gave for starting to vape was that it would help them to quit. There were a few things that we noted here, and it’s important for you to be aware of them before you attempt to vape. Understanding these issues will make it much more likely for you to succeed in quitting smoking:

1.    Some people had to keep trying before the vape habit actually took hold. They’d go back to smoking intermittently until eventually quitting smoking entirely. Therefore, you should expect a few relapses.

2.    People found that vaping was much more useful than other nicotine replacement therapies simply because vaping makes it easier to break the habit. They’re both very similar styles of habit, so it’s much easier to replace all the hand movement, etc. You might not be aware, but it isn’t just the nicotine that keeps people smoking, but the actual habit itself. Vaping is habit breaking.

3.    They often found it difficult initially to get the balance of ingredients right (i.e. how much nicotine the vape should contain, the PG/VG ratio, etc.). This was worked out through trial and error, but also by talking to their UK Ecig store and asking for further help and advice.


All the Flavours Make It Much Less Boring
A surprising number of people said that they found vaping much more interesting than smoking because there were more flavours from which to choose. With smoking, you have the usual tobacco or the menthol flavours. With vaping, there are hundreds of flavours, from my personal favourite Pink Me Momo to ‘normal’ flavours, like citrus, orange, chocolate, and spearmint.

You certainly won’t get bored when it comes to experimentation.

It Looks Quite Cool
It turns out that smokers are a little vainer than we assumed, and many of them said they loved vaping because it looked cool. We can’t deny this, though. It does look awesome when people blow out huge plumes of vape. There are entire areas of YouTube dedicated to the vape plumes - if you're interested, you should look it up. It’s like something from the Harry Potter world. We’re just waiting for the days when people can blow unicorn clouds or bicycle clouds!

It Saves Them a Lot of Money
Finally, many ex-smokers cited cost as a reason for giving up their cigarettes. This makes sense, because after the initial outlay (i.e. buying the vape, wicks, etc.) it works out a lot cheaper. A typical smoker will spend between £150 and £300 a month, while a typical vaper will spend around £20. There are some vapers who make a hobby of it though, and they do tend to spend a bit more.

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What to Look for When Buying E-liquids


So, you're a vapour? Welcome to the club. I’ve been vaping for about 5 years now, and I think it’s great. As a seasoned vapourist (I just made that word up. I’m not entirely sure what you call a person that vapes!), I’m going to share with you the things that I’ve learned about vaping, and in particular, the best liquids to buy.  Here are my top tips to help you make the right choices when choosing your vape.


  1. Do you like to make big fat plumes? Do you like the feeling of getting a really good, solid, hit? If so, you need to choose a liquid with a high VG content. VG stands for vegetable glycerine and it is one of two key ingredients used in vape liquids. It’s derived from oil, and so produces a thicker vapour than the other ingredient, which is PG (propylene glycol).


High VG gives you big plumes – I’m talking huge plumes, much bigger than a cigar’s plumes. You can buy eliquid that is 100% VG with infused flavouring.


Most vape liquids combine both PG and VG. PG is lighter than VG, so you get a cleaner hit. Some people prefer it while others don’t, so try different ratios before you decide on which one to stick to. A common ratio is 30% PG to 70% VG. You still get decent plumes, but it’s not as deep and fat as with VG.


  1. What’s your flavour? Tell me what’s your flavour? E-liquids come in such a wide range of flavours that it’s important you give them all a go. You will guarantee like almost all of them, so don’t just stick to the first flavour you come across. If you do this, you'll miss out on all the other awesome flavours. My advice is that when you’re new to vaping, you should only buy small vials (15ml). Test them out to see how you like them. If you don’t like them, you won’t have wasted too much money. Once you’ve found your flavours, buy bigger vials. When new flavours come to market, try them out, because you’re likely to be very pleasantly surprised.


  1. Do you want to replace a nicotine habit, or are you looking to do a pure swap from cigarettes to vape? Some people cannot give up their nicotine addictions, and with vaping, the good nws is that you don’t have to. You can buy eliquid with no nicotine at all, with 3mg, 6mg, 9, mg, 12mg, 15mg, 18mg, 21mg, and 24mg.


Clearly, the strongest is 24mg and it’s quite the hit. It’s stronger than smoking a cigarette. You only need about 4 puffs on a 24mg liquid to get the same hit as a cigarette, so be very careful. It can be panic inducing if you don’t know what you’re doing. If you try to smoke a 24mg as if it was a cigarette (about 20 puffs) it will blow your head off quite a lot. It’s the equivalent of smoking 5 cigarettes at a time! You’d have to be hard-core, and no, that’s not a dare!
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Vaping: The Low Down

Are you new to vaping? Do you want to learn more about the process? If so, you have certainly come to the right place. Here, we are going to explore the wonderful world of vaping. We will draw the curtain back and reveal to you the mysteries of the vape-world…which, actually, isn’t very mysterious at all, despite the fluffy language! It is simply the 21st Century’s version of smoking, and if you want to learn more about it, then read on.


Vaping: What Is It?

Vaping is similar to smoking, but rather than inhaling smoke, you inhale vapour. The vapour is generated via the vaporiser (it looks a little bit like a pen with an old-fashioned cigarette holder attached to the end) or an e-cigarette (looks much like a cigarette, apart from it’s made of metal). Vapour is simply liquid in a different form, so there is no smoke, although it does look and feel very similar.


What Is a Vaporiser?

You use the vaporiser to create vapour and then you inhale and exhale that vapour in the same way you would a cigarette. The vapour comes from the heating up of e-liquids inside the vaporiser.


There are two types of vaporiser: the e-cigarette and the vaporiser (vape). They come in a huge range of sizes, colours, and shapes.


With a vaporiser, you buy the e-liquid separately and you simply add it to the ‘tank’. With an e-cigarette, you buy special cartridges that you screw to the bottom of the unit – these are yellow, and represent the filter section on a normal cigarette.


Is There Nicotine in an E-Cigarette or Vaporiser?

The answer to this depends on which liquid/cartridge you choose. You can use both nicotine and non-nicotine cartridges and e-liquids. The majority of people that use e-cigarettes and vaporisers do choose to have nicotine in their premium e-liquids.



In addition to this, different liquids will have differing amounts of nicotine. The usual amounts are 3 mg, 6mg, 12mg, 18mg, and 24mg. it refers to the amount of nicotine per ML of liquid. To put it into context, a typical strength cigarette contains around 4mg of nicotine. You take around 20 puffs per cigarette, which equates to 0.2mg of nicotine per puff of a cigarette.


You get around 3600 puffs from a 15ml e-liquid and you get around 1mg per puff for the full strength 24mg cartridge, meaning you only need 3 puffs to vape the equivalent of a cigarette. That’s quite potent, so do be careful if you choose a high-strength product like this. The lower the mg of nicotine, the more puffs you have to take to achieve the same ‘buzz’.


Can You Buy Different Flavour Liquids

Yes. This is another thing that makes vaping so much better than smoking. You don’t have to stick to the same flavour. The premium e-liquids are very tasty – our personal favourite is pancake!


For beginners, vaping can be a bit confusing, so if you do want to discuss this further, please visit No1ejuice.