Nicotine Information

What is Nicotine?

Nicotine is a chiral alkaloid produced in the nightshade family of plants and it is widely used recreationally as a stimulant and anxiolytic. As a pharmaceutical drug, it is used as a cessation to relieve withdrawal symptoms. Nicotine is also an addictive chemical.

Nicotine History

Nicotine was isolated from tobacco leaves (Nicotiana tabacum) in 1828. A family rich in alkaloids. About 5 percent (by weight) of the tobacco plant is nicotine (C10H14N2). The alkaloid of 99.9 percent purity was offered for commercial use in 1940. Though it has been known as a stimulant and medicine for centuries old, it is only until 1994 that the U.S. The Food and Drug Administration officially determined that Nicotine was a dependence-producing drug. The U.S. Supreme Court subsequently ruled that the FDA could not regulate nicotine as a drug. The boom of Electronic Cigarettes in 2005 gave way to the use of nicotine in varied minimal percentages to help many users quit traditional tobacco smoking and live a healthier lifestyle.

Nicotine Education

What do you need to know about Nicotine? It is a substance that creates an addiction that can be found in tobacco cigarettes as well as creating satisfaction in the throat with a small amount of nicotine for an average smoker. The effects of Nicotine are typically manifested in linked to raised alertness, euphoria, and a sensation of being relaxed as it deviates users from vigorous mental activity and fatigue. However, excessive amounts of Nicotine can lead to severe levels of addiction and paralysis of the nervous system. 

Furthermore, Nicotine does share similarities as a stimulant with caffeine found in tobacco leaves as well as to 66 other plants such as tomatoes, eggplants, potatoes, peppers, and more. The cause of cancer is the result of the tar and other components and factors in cigarettes, as tobacco smoke contains more than 4000 chemicals including various toxins whilst electronic cigarettes do not have tar and carcinogens. However, do take note that large amounts and serious abuse of Nicotine for a long period of time can lead to hair loss, interrupted metabolism, and microvascular contraction.

Pure Nicotine contains the highest purity. It is concentrated and must never be sniffed or used directly. Since it is high in purity, it must be properly diluted with other E-liquid solutions such as Liquid bases and Flavourings.

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*Nic Strength above is 100mg

 

 

Here’s a guide on what to expect from each of your Nicotine Package

  • Color: Clear white to very slight yellow
  • Smell: Essentially odorless (**Sniffing is not recommended)
  • Bottling: Placed in an HDPE nicotine-ready bottles with silicon mouth, sealed cap and hot glue around.
  • Packaging: Packaged in a fully sealed plastic bag with overloaded bubble wraps and finally positioned in a cardboard box.

 

NICOTINE DISCOLORATION EXPERIMENT

The experiment suggest the browning phenomenon of the Pure Nicotine as exposed to air and sunlight.

*Experimental Conditions: Exposed to direct air and sunlight. Please note that the weather and temperature differences, depending on the experimental conditions, may change the result as well.

99.9% Pure Nicotine

(Products Freshly Shipped to customer)

Freshly created and shipped to customer and was opened the first time. Transparent and clear in color indicating the solution is new, fresh and clean.

99.9% Pure Nicotine

(7-15 days after)

Pure Nicotine state after 7 to 15 days. The results show very little color changes from being transparent clear white to sligt yellowish in color.

Still usable with good mixing results.

99.9% Pure Nicotine

(1 month to 3 months after the result)

Pure Nicotine state after 1-3 months. The color significantly changed to a yellowish-brown color. We recommend safe disposal.

99.9% Pure Nicotine

(3 months and more time has elapsed)

Pure Nicotine is more than three months. The color turned completely brown. Please do not use. This is for absolute safe disposal.

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CAUTION

  • Do not sniff or use directly. Avoid contact with the eyes and skin.
  • We sell nicotine which is only limited to Electronic Cigarette uses. Proper mixing and use, enough tools and accurate measurements are required. Tedious research is mandatory.
  • Handle the Pure Nicotine in approved work areas or designated laboratory.
  • When dealing with Pure Nicotine and suddenly feels dizzy or having symptoms of nausea, severe headache and discomfort, desist from working with the solution, take a fresh air and consult your doctor or call your local poison department, if necessary.

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