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What does the “strength” mean when ordering PrimeVapor Flavor Cartridges?

PrimeVapor Electronic Cigarette Flavor Cartridges (often called cartomizers or cartridges) contain three main ingredients:

  • Vegetable Glycerin - the main e-liquid base responsible for PV's signature vapor production and flavor quality.
  • FDA Approved Food Grade Flavorings - the cause of taste for flavors like tobaccos, gourmets and even menthols!
  • Pharmaceutical Grade Nicotine - to supply the effect; and to give throat hit and body to the vapor.


The strength refers to the amount of nicotine present in the cartridge's e-liquid. PrimeVapor E-Cigarette Cartridges can come in four different strengths (measured in milligrams per milliliter of e-liquid):

    • 36mg - Ultra High
    • 24mg - High
    • 12mg - Low
    • 0mg - Non-Nicotine

The amount of nicotine you actually inhale is but a fraction of the actual amount in each cartridge. Accoring to the National Cancer Scociety, an average cigarette contains around 1.2 mg of nicotine. Much of it is burned off during the combustion process and only a relatively small amount actually makes it into your blood stream.

If you wanting to find what strength you should use, please look at our next FAQ Link entitled - How long does an e-cigarette flavor cartridge last?

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