Clearomizer – A version of the cartomizer that is transparent so the user can easily see how much e-liquid is inside.
Cloud – The vapor that is exhaled when using an e-cigarette.
Doubler – A term used to describe e-liquids with a double portion of flavorings.
Dripping – The act of dripping e-liquid directly into the atomizer instead of using a cartridge of tank.
E-liquid – The solution used in ecigs to produce vapor. It is made from a base of either propylene glycol or vegetable glycerin, with added nicotine and flavorings.
Hit – The experience of inhaling vapor from an electronic cigarette.
Juice – Another term used to describe e-liquid.
MG – Milligrams; a unit of measurement to describe the nicotine strength in an e-liquid.
Nicotine – The chemical substance found in e-liquids that is also used in traditional tobacco cigarettes. It comes in varied strengths and has a similar effect on the body as caffeine.
PG – Propylene Glycol, often called PG, is a common ingredient in e-liquid. It is also found in many foods and cosmetics.
Steeping – The act of letting e-liquid sit out exposed to room air in order to strengthen the flavor.
Throat Hit – The feeling in your throat when you inhale ecig vapor.
Vape – The act of using an electronic cigarette
Vaper – A person that uses ecigs.
Vapor – The fog that ecig users exhale that looks similar to smoke.
Vegetable Glycerin – A common ingredient used in many e-liquids and the preferred option for people who have an allergy or sensitivity to Propylene Glycol.