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what's best for dissolving 5F MDMB PINICA
#1
hypothetically speaking lets say that a friend want's to dissolve some of this stuff , what would be the best to do it with? PEG 400 or PG on it's own? if you use PEG400 do you then add PG/VG to it for a vape ?
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#2
Assuming you're making a, I mean your friend is making a C-Liquid, VG/PG will dissolve it fine. If it's just to store it, whatever you prefer. In the case of C-Liquid I wouldn't go over 2mg per ml.
So tell him that.
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#3
awesome, thanks for that, so if calculations is right, 1000mg per gram, so 500ml of PG/VG = 2mg per ml ? should he want to use the whole gram for it? or could it be made up into lets say 100 or 200 ml of PG/VG and then that used to add say a few drops to a normal 10ml of vape juice?
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#4
Maths seems right. It's best practise to make smaller batches to avoid a downwards spiral of daily use and corresponding mental, social and possibly professional difficulties. Also yes, adding to an inert, normal liquid until you're, I mean he's happy is the way to go. But it's the end product, i.e. the C-Liquid + normal E-Liquid that needs to be a maximum of 2mg/ml. Less strong, however you get there, is better. No one wants a noid overdose, it's seriously horrible. So warn him to take care.
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it worked great for him that is....
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