Nicotine Salts, Nic Salt, Salt Nic are all the same thing. A naturally forming nicotine found in tobacco leaves, blended with liquid, creating a suitable e-liquid that can be vaped.

Nicotine salts contain a stronger dose of nicotine than traditional e-liquids (11mg & 20mg) and they’re absorbed into the body quicker too, so they’re a great choice for recent smokers who’ve just made the switch to vaping.

What is the difference between regular eLiquids and Nic Salts?

Nic salts are smooth to vape and not harsh on the throat like high-nicotine e liquids. Freebase nicotine on the other hand has a higher pH level affecting the alkalinity. Nic Salts lower alkalinity due to the benzoic acid or with Just Juice eLiquids salicylic acid which gives you a reportedly smoother throat hit and makes vaping at 50 mg nicotine bearable.

Are Nic Salts Bad For You?

As the main difference between nicotine salt eliquid and standard eliquid is the inclusion of salicylic/benzoic acid, many public health organizations regard nicotine salts to be just as safe as freebase eliquids.

WHO guidelines recommend no more than 5mg per kilogram of body weight per day, quite probably an impossible amount to vape.

Although higher concentrations of nicotine, nicotine salts have been found to enter the bloodstream quicker than regular eliquids and remain for longer periods of time, thus enabling the user to stay contented for longer in between vaping.

In short, nic salts are considered just as safe (if not more so) as regular eliquids.

Why Should I try Nic Salts?

Nic Salts are a great choice for recent smokers who’ve just made the switch to vaping or existing smokers who are looking to quit. The higher nicotine content makes curbing the addiction easier and a longer lasting nicotine hit means you can go longer between vapes.

It is generally regarded that vaping is less harmful than smoking and reduces your exposure to over 7,000 toxicants and carcinogens that are present in a burning cigarette.

Can I use Nic Salts in my Vape?

Any equipment designed for mouth to lung (MTL) vaping and above 1.0 Ohm resistance is suitable for nic salts. Nic salts aren't recommended for high-powered Sub-Ohm devices because of their high nicotine concentration and should be paired with lower powered devices, however it is perfectly suited to all pod systems.

Lower powered devices mean absorption of nicotine remains in a reasonable range and ensures you don't get too much nicotine too quickly.

Nic Salts with Benzo or Salicylic Acid?

Benzo is the cheaper alternative to Salicylate and Nicotine Salts using Salicylate are considered superior to standard salts.

Salicylate gives a smoother and less harsh feeling on the throat. Coupled with Just Juice's range of flavours, Salicylate produces superior premium salts distinct from other brands.

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