With VG prices going up I was wondering What type of VG is safe to use Palm, Coconut, Soy derived?
I have always used palm derived VG which was the Essential Depot brand USP - Kosher - Pure - Pharmaceutical Grade. Most VG on Amazon do not say what plant they’re derived from or say something like (extracted from vegetable oils)
I don’t like to sacrifice flavor for bad VG, but also don’t like my wallet to be empty after buying a bottle. Thank you.
To answer your question in one breef statement they are all safe. It comes down to a matter of taste. Different VG taste different. If you’re looking for a recommendation I personally use palm. It adds a slight sweet taste to your mixes.
Thank you. I usually buy a lot of flavors from BCF, but honestly never looked at their VG. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. Sometimes the answer is right in front of our faces and we never notice it.
Thank you. Yes, I don’t like to sacrifice flavor for bad VG, but also don’t like my wallet to be empty after buying a bottle. The Essential Depot brand USP - Kosher - Pure - Pharmaceutical Grade is around $60 a gallon now and was looking for a good alternative for a lower cost but was not sure about Coconut or Soy since I have never used them and could not find any good information about them.
Hi, I have 3/4 of a gallon of essential Depot vegetable glycerin left and I was wondering because it has a use by date of January 1, 2023. It’s been stored well smells OK looks OK. Just wanted to know what your opinion is it still safe to use Thanks for any input