Vegetable Glycerine (VG) comes from plant oils such as coconut oils, palm oil, and even soy. This is a completely natural product which is usually colourless, odourless and is fairly viscous. Vegetable Glycerine is used in e liquids, cosmetic production and in foods.
Vegetable Glycerine (VG) and Propylene Glycol (PG) are the two liquids that are used to make e-liquids along with nicotine and e-liquid concentrate flavourings.
Vegetable Glycerine (VG) in E-Liquid VG is used in e liquids production for a number of reasons such as the fact that it produces a carries the flavour better to give your e-liquids a higher flavour intensity than VG, also due to it is a lower viscosity than VG it can work better in some electronic cigarettes as it will wick to some coils a lot better.
Produces a thicker vapour when using it in your e-liquids. The amount of VG used in e-liquids also depends on the e-cigarette device and the tank system you use. if you like thicker more dense vapour production then add a higher amount of VG in you e-liquid mix. Vapers who use such tanks as drippers or sub tanks tend to use around 50-90 % VG in their e-liquid mixes to produce the maximum amount of vapour when using their devices. If you prefer using standard clearomizers or atomizers than most vape kits using these devices tend to have less VG and more PG in their e-liquid mixes.