04-29-2014, 01:25 AM
I was wondering if anybody feels like there is a large difference between the nicotine-free and nicotine containing liquids. Does the nicotine make it taste better or is added for the other effects nicotine provides?
J3NN4 Wrote:I started out at 18mg of nicotine, and now I'm down to 0mg. Smoking was never about the nicotine for me, and more the physical habit, so having nicotine wasn't a huge deal.
Like another user said, there is more of a "sting" with nicotine, and you obviously notice it more the higher the nicotine level is. I enjoy liquids much more that don't contain nicotine because I feel like I get more of a flavor that way.
It might be just me, but I have noticed that some liquids taste more bitter that have more than 6mg of nicotine in them. "Bitter" probably isn't the right word but it's more than just that sting, and sort of an off-taste.
Berberita Wrote:I remember I used a nicotine free flavour and I felt nothing. Thus I was used to the 24 mg one and didn't want to change. I'm planning on reducing the amount of nicotine I use till I get to 0.This is the best thing to do. You should definitely make a compromise like this. I recommend it to you as much as I recommend it to everybody!
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