Why do some recipes call for 100mg nic while others call for 200mg nic (in this case, lets have this be 100% PG-based nic not that it might matter but it’s what I have already purchased for mixing) when you manually use the calculator to target desired nic strength anyway?
#2. And be that the case (that some recipes vary this way), will a recipe that has been created with 200mg 100% PG-based nic turn out differently if that same recipe is adhered to exactly but with the one exception being, the substitution of 100mg 100% PG-based nicotine? And again, this question is framed around the scenario that one would be using the calculator so there would be no guesswork otherwise.
I guess what I am really trying to get at is this… a couple of the recipes I’ve made, for my first tries at DIY’ing, called for 200mg 100% PG-based nicotine but what I was instructed to order from a buddy was 100mg. When I began mixing my recipes I simply altered the calculator from 200mg to 100mg and proceeded forward… should my results be okay or did I mess up by not also altering other ratios within these recipes?