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On January 1, 2017, the French government implemented the European Tobacco Products Directive that regulates the sale of nicotine.
As a result, it's now prohibited to provide nicotine products in containers larger than 10ml with a nicotine concentration exceeding 20mg/ml.
The DIY nicotine booster is a 50/50 base containing nicotine at a concentration of 20mg/ml in a 10ml bottle, to be diluted in a neutral base to create an affordable nicotine-infused e-liquid.
Revolute nicotine booster consists of 50% Propylene Glycol and 50% Vegetable Glycerin (50 50 PGVG).
- The used propylene glycol is of pharmaceutical grade
- The e-cigarette nicotine is sourced from Germany
The 10ml bottle comes with a child-proof cap and a dropper.
This 50mg nicotine booster allows you to create your e-liquid by adding the liquid nicotine to a pure propylene glycol base, pure vegetable glycerin base, or a mixture of both. This way, you can achieve your desired nicotine strength as per the table below for precise dosage.
By using Revolute PG VG bases available on this site, you can create your nicotine e-liquid blend.
|Base||Nicotine Strength||Nicotine Booster Dosage
||Neutral Base||How Many Nicotine Boosters?|
Nicotine Booster Revolute France
* To learn everything about nicotine, feel free to check our article: Nicotine Effects
Liquid nicotine is a dangerous, irritating substance that is toxic to the environment.
Keep out of reach of children and pets.
Follow safety guidelines during your preparations (wear goggles, gloves).
Its use is not recommended for pregnant or nursing women.
In case of cardiovascular or pulmonary disease, consult a healthcare professional.
The sale of nicotine bases is prohibited to minors.
E-cigarettes do not fall under the category of smoking cessation aids.
They are an alternative to smoking chosen by smokers looking to reduce their consumption.
Although classified as tobacco products under the European directive, vaporizers do not contain any tobacco or emit smoke.
Tobacco-related diseases are mainly caused by inhaling burned tobacco.