1. The first time you smoke e-cigarette may cough
A survey of 600 e-cigarette users showed that 57% coughed the first time they smoked e-cigarettes, but generally speaking, this is temporary, and 93% said that they would no longer cough Too.
There are many reasons for coughing while smoking e-cigarettes. Some people are allergic to propylene glycol (PG), and some people will not use the device correctly.
Because many people also cough when quitting smoking, so coughing may not be related to smoking electronic cigarettes.
2. Mouth suction device and lung suction device
Electronic cigarettes are also divided into mouth suction devices and lung suction devices.
It is important to distinguish between the two, which means that the way you smoke e-cigarettes will be different. For example, disposable e-cigarettes, cigarette-shaped and pen-shaped e-cigarettes are generally taken by mouth, that is, the smoke is contained in the mouth before inhalation. This is very similar to smoking, so it is more popular among e-cigarette newcomers.
Devices such as surge tanks will vaporize a large amount of smoke, which is more suitable for being directly inhaled into the lungs.
3. Choose VG/PG
Vegetable glycerin (VG) and propylene glycol (PG) are the two main components of most e-liquids. Each bottle of e-liquid has a ratio of PG to VG, which affects the concentration and taste of e-liquid.
Evaporative oil with a large proportion of VG will require a longer heating time, usually requires a pressure regulating box, and contains less nicotine; the higher PG content of the oil has a greater throat sensation.
4. Choose the concentration of nicotine
In addition to taste, nicotine concentration can also be used as one of the key factors in choosing smoke oil.
Nicotine concentration refers to the amount of nicotine per milliliter of cigarette oil. The concentration of nicotine can be chosen according to the degree of smoking.
Light smokers should try 3 mg/ml (3 mg nicotine per ml of smoke oil), while slightly heavy smokers may want to try 5 mg/ml.