What strength nicotine do I use?
We know that a normal cigarette requires 13 - 15 inhalations to finish and +- 0.08 ml of nicotine fluid requires 13 - 15 inhalations to complete.
Therefore +- 0.08ml = 1 cigarette
Our nicotine density are sold as follows:
High = 16 mg per ml
Medium = 11 mg per ml
Low = 6 mg per ml
Nicotine per puff of a cigarette
Most cigarettes have a nicotine concentration of 0.3 mg to 1.8 mg per cigarette
Therefore the nicotine density per drag is calculated as follows:
nicotine per cigarette divided by the amount of drags
0.3 mg cigarette = 0.3 / 15 drags = 0.02 mg per drag
0.6 mg cigarette = 0.6 / 15 drags = 0.04 mg per drag
0.9 mg cigarette = 0.9 / 15 drags = 0.06 mg per drag
1.2 mg cigarette = 1.2 / 15 drags = 0.08 mg per drag
1.5 mg cigarette = 1.5 / 15 drags = 0.10 mg per drag
1.8 mg cigarette = 1.8 / 15 drags = 0.12 mg per drag
Now we just need to calculate the nicotine density in a drag of our nicotine fluid.
High = 16 mg per ml 16 * 0.08 / 15 drags = 0.09 mg per drag
Medium = 11 mg per ml 11 * 0.08 / 15 drags = 0.06 mg per drag
Low = 6 mg per ml 6 * 0.08 / 15 drags = 0.03 mg per drag
if you smoke cigarettes with a mg or between 0.3mg - 0.6mg select the low nicotine
if you smoke cigarettes with a mg or between 0.6mg - 0.9mg select the medium nicotine.
if you smoke cigarettes with a mg or between 1mg - 1.5 mg select the high nicotine.
Please note this is just a guide