One of the biggest misconceptions when it comes to vaping comes down to one question: what’s in it? People like to jump to the conclusion that e-liquid ingredients are just as toxic as what’s in cigarettes or contain marijuana, but that’s not the case. We’re here to clear things up a bit about what is and what isn’t in our vape.

First off, here’s the full list of the ingredients in our e-liquid:

  • Propylene Glycol (PG)

  • Vegetable Glycerin (VG)

  • Polyethylene Glycol 400 (PEG 400)

  • Concentrated Flavors

  • Nicotine (only sold from US website)

These ingredients are all approved by the FDA as safe for consumption. You’ll notice that there’s no Diethylene Glycol (anti-freeze) listed, as many people like to think, and there’s no carcinogens like there are in cigarettes. Nicotine is really the only ingredient that cigarettes and e-liquid share. There are still lots of laws surrounding the distribution of nicotine e-liquid in Canada, so those products are only sold through our US website.

Many people don’t realize that vaping and smoking are two completely different things. There’s no ash or smoke with e-cigarettes, only vapor that disappears almost instantly after you blow out. That means very little odor, no resounding tastes or smells, and most importantly NO second-hand smoke. We see why people would draw parallels between smoking cigarettes and vaping, but the honest truth is that they’re very different. Think of it this way: take cigarettes, remove everything that may compromise your health or cause issues in social situations, and there you have vaping. Sounds good, right?