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Full Reasons to Never Blend a Salt-Based E-Liquid with a Freebase E-Liquid

Full Reasons to Never Blend a Salt-Based E-Liquid with a Freebase E-Liquid

 

If you’re new to the world of flavor blending, you’re probably considering mixing a salt nic vape juice with a freebase e-juice to see what happens.  But, before you try out that experiment, know that it’s basically impossible to vape an e-liquid that contains both types of nicotine.  Basically, if you attempt to mix these two together, you’ll end up with a batch of vape juice that might as well go into the garbage.

The reason why these two types of nicotine are incompatible with each other has to do with the unique needs that each one has.  While freebase nicotine is used with a sub-ohm setup, salt-based nic is made for a pod mod system.  We’re going to break down the reasons why you should never attempt to combine these two types of nicotine.  While the results won’t be dangerous, they won’t be pleasant either.

Can You Blend a Salt Nic with a Freebase Nic Vape Juice?

For those who don’t know, flavor blending is a process that involves combining two or more e-liquids together in order to create a more complex, layered flavor profile.  It’s quite a fun hobby that isn’t nearly as much of an investment as making e-liquid from scratch.  Plus, it allows you to get creative and be in charge of your flavor experience.

However, when flavor blending, it’s important to stick to one type of nicotine at a time.  If you’re trying to combine freebase nic and salt nic vape juices together, you’ll only end up disappointed.

Coil Incompatibility

One reason why these two types of nicotine can’t be blended together is because they each require different coil resistance levels.  While freebase e-liquids need to be vaped at lower resistance levels, nic salts need higher ones.  That’s because freebase nicotine must be vaped at a higher wattage, and the higher the wattage, the lower the resistance level of the coil.  Meanwhile, salt-based nicotine is mixed with benzoic acid so that it can work with low-wattage devices that utilize coils with higher resistance levels.

Device Incompatibility

Vape juices made with nicotine salts can only be used with pod mod systems.  These low-wattage devices are specially designed to preserve the chemical integrity of the nicotine salts.  Their output settings prevent the nicotine from becoming unpleasantly harsh thanks to their technological design.

Meanwhile, vape juices made with freebase nicotine need more robust box mod systems.  Otherwise, they won’t produce enough vapor to satisfy. 

So, combining a salt nic e-juice with a freebase nic e-juice is going to be quite an issue as one type of nicotine makes your juice incompatible with the device that you’re using.

Poor Nicotine Experience

Many of us go to great lengths to determine the type and strength of nicotine that we need in order to feel satisfied.  Salt-based and freebase nicotine are so incredibly different from each other on a chemical level that you’re not going to feel satisfied after vaping a blend of the two.  One is going to prevent the other from giving you the dose of nicotine that you crave.

Incompatible VG/PG Ratio

Another problem with combining these two types of nicotine is that their ratios will clash with each other.  Your vaping setup has output settings that best accommodate the VG/PG ratio that you prefer.  Most freebase nic e-liquids have a 70/30, 80/20 or MAX VG ratio.  However, practically every salt nic vape juice has a 50/50 ratio because this base seems to best support salt-based nicotine.

Mixing the two nicotine types together means that you’re changing the ratio of your e-liquid.  Therefore, you won’t have the vaping experience that you want.  For instance, if you’re a cloud chaser, a max VG e-juice is best.  Adding a nic salt juice with a 50/50 ratio into the mix will basically eliminate your cloud-chasing abilities.

These Two Just Won’t Work Well Together

Mixing salt-based and freebased nicotine e-liquids is essentially a waste of time and money as the two just aren’t compatible with each other.

 

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5 comments

  • I’ve done it a hundred times I’ll buy 50mg and mix it with a 3mg and it’s perfect good flavor from the freebase juice and good nic strength from the salt works great in a .6 pod or even a smaller above ohm devices I would have simply said do your nicotine research and learn what coil to use

    Ronald Adams
  • Not really true…

    The different coil point.. It’s true that subohm coils are different and vapers only use freebase with those coils, there are plenty of MTL vapers who also use freebase. A 1.8ohm MTL coil can take both freebase and nic salts no problem. My everyday vape is a 25/75% blend of Milkman Streudelhaus 25mg nic salts in 75/25 vg/pg, with 6mg Tobacco flav 70/30. Nooo issues at all, my coil still lasts an entire 60ml + 30ml.

    Rahim K
  • So much misinformation. They mix just fine

    Pete
  • This is not good info- I buy shortfills of 80/20 vg/pg and add in nix base and nix salts at approx 50/50 to get about 7 to 8mg per ml of finished ejuice ready to vape.
    I run this in a revvo tank with 0.1 to 0.15ohm ARC coils and it is smooth and satisfying- salts deliver the instant hit and the base gives a lasting satisfaction so I don’t get a craving again for hours sometimes.
    Make sure you use the right overall nic strength for your tolerance and use the vg/pg ratio that suits your ohms and tank.

    Nic salts are a saviour for us ex cigarette fiends. Took me months to fully stop smoking but with the right rig and juice I haven’t smoked in 14 months! I only wish I got a proper vape and recipe years ago!
    Good luck to all you quitters! It’s easy with the right tools!

    PedClarke
  • That’s not true. I’ve mixed 25mg 50/50 juice with 3mg 70/30 and have been vaping on aspire Nautilus 2 tank with 0.7 bvc coils. It’s been awesome. No problems whatsoever.

    Dipin Divakaran

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