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"Alternative" Uses for Flavor Concentrates


#83

Thank Goodness for this thread, as I’ll never use all my FA Dark Bean Espresso in vapes, but OH The Places we’ll GO now!

Thinking of replacing essential oils, there’s a billion… OMG :open_mouth:

Two are

SCENTED WAX - Drops in candles, but more specifically the scented wax that’s melted over a light bulb in… whatever those things are called. Scent fades to nothing while wax stays (usu. thrown away).

Insect repellent (orange and mints, etc etc)


#84

Can you just dump a PG nico base in there and huff 'til your eye cross?

Kidding, maybe not kidding :drooling_face:


#85

I’ve tried the wax thing before and got nothing. I think the diffuser would be the better way to go for air freshening since these are “water-based” and not oil-based flavors.


#86

I would greatly appreciate a copy (PM with deets)


#87

The idea of a diffuser is that it meters the scent. Just put some on a paper towel in your trash can …like I have right now :wink: My office smells like cake and strawberries. Oh but I do have a ultrasonic diffuser and the Scentsy (commercial) oils are SO expensive


#88

I found that my concentrates work great for flavoring special homemade gummy bears!


#89

I never would have thought of that! I’m sure I can find a method online somewhere, but how do you measure the amount of flavoring to use?


#90

I measured about 5 cc?s into one cup batch. I did sweet strawberry (cap)