Author: Del   Date Posted:5 April 2018 

Find out what all the hype is about Nicotine Salt and how it works.

Do I sprinkle Nicotine Salt on my food or hot chips for my nicotine intake ?

There’s some hype and chatter about the use of nicotine salt in the vaping community and I’m here to give you some information on what it is and how it works.

Basically, nicotine salt is refined differently to the nicotine you might be currently using in your ejuice.  Nicotine salt is a smoother and faster hitting nicotine so you don’t need to vape as much to get the hit you are looking for.

You might be wondering if this is a good thing or a bad thing.  Honestly, it’s going to come down to personal choice.

I love to vape, but I haven’t even used nicotine for years now, I still just love the feeling and flavour of my favourite vape (Lemon Meringue Pie), Juicewhore of course.

Eleaf IcardIf you are someone who needs a quick hit then using nicotine salt might be for you.  You can vape or “juul” at much higher levels without the harshness and with a simple device that doesn’t require sub-ohm devices or a stash of batteries because you go through so many. 

What do you mean “juul” ?
“Juuling” is just a new vaping term and there are devices popping up all over the place to handle nicotine salt eliquid.  We now have the Eleaf iCard in store that can be used with either nicotine salt or your standard nicotine e liquid or even your zero nicotine eliquid.  Note that if you want to vape at super high levels of nicotine you will need to use nicotine salt and not your standard nicotine e liquid.

These little units are pretty stealthy and small, so are good for those wanting to have a small device that can easily slip into their pocket and they charge up pretty darn fast as well. 


Do some googling yourself and you’ll find a heap of information about nicotine salt and its uses.

Thanks for reading!


Disclaimer : does not recommend the use of nicotine or nicotine salt and does not supply or sell e liquid containing these products in line with Australian Regulations