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High VG Vape Juice


High VG Vape Juice is composed of four components. Two of them are diluents, which not only dilute the other components and increase the viscosity of the e-liquid but also have specific functions that alter your vaping experience. Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerine are the two diluents (VG).

These two diluents may be put in e-liquid in various quantities; the ratio impacts how the e-liquid performs and even tastes.

This ratio will be shown as follows: 50/50 PG/VG.

In the preceding example, the e-liquid has an equal quantity of PG and VG. However, if the numbers differ, it indicates that there is more of one or the other.

As in 20/80 PG/VG.

There is more VG than PG in the scenario. When this is the case, and the VG level is significantly greater than the PG level, the e-liquid is referred to as a high VG e-liquid. VG is a thick, viscous fluid with a faint sweet flavour that is odourless. It is used in e-liquid to thicken the fluid and produce the clouds of vapour that you exhale. At Totally Wicked, we only utilise the best ingredients available.

What are High PG and High VG?

  • The odourless liquids PG and VG are blended with taste and nicotine to form e-juice.
  • Both PG and VG are chemically classified as alcohol (despite the name, they are not intoxicating). They are sugar alcohols and are found in a variety of consumer items.
  • When heated, they emit vapour, which allows them to be breathed.
    Because PG and VG are not oils, they cannot cause any of the medical complications that inhaling genuine oils may, such as lipoid pneumonia.
  • The two fluids have different consistency and a somewhat different flavour.
  • When vaped, they have a distinct mouth and throat sensations.
  • The ratio of the two fluids used in most current e-liquids can vary substantially.

VG (Vegetable Glycerin) vs. PG (Propylene Glycol)

The two most commonly used words in e-juice are High VG Liquids and High PG Liquids. This may appear perplexing to a newbie, but understanding these two elements can improve your vaping experience.


A high VG e-liquid has a substantially higher VG to PG ratio than a low VG e-liquid. This implies that the vaping experience will be unique.

VG is in charge of the thickness of the vape juice, the clouds of vapour created, and the little sweetness.

As a result, a high VG e-liquid will be thicker, generate larger clouds of vapour, and be sweeter. Furthermore, because PG gives the throat impact while inhaling, a high VG e-liquid will be smoother to vape. If you vape sub-ohm, the DL vaping will be lot less unpleasant with a high VG fluid.