Affordablejuice is located in Sunny Central Florida Right in the heart of Lake County in Groveland.
We set out to create truly genuine flavors that represent their identity. We’ve set our goal to offer affordable e-juice without all the hype. No fancy bottles, labels or trendy names, Well maybe just a couple trendy names. Most Importantly, we offer affordable juice for those on budgets and flavors that will knock your socks off.
We offer same day shipping to our customers who order before 11:00 AM eastern time weekdays Mon-Fri.
All of our e-juices are hand blended with 100% food grade, pharmaceutical quality base mixtures and flavorings. We’ve taken great care to ensure that flavorings do not contain harmful ingredients such as Diacetyl or Acetyl Propionyl or Acetoin.
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Some common ingredients use in the making of EJuices
Propylene glycol (PG)
Safe use for over 50 years
Propylene glycol: Safe use for over 50 years.
The use and effects of propylene glycol have been thoroughly evaluated. This substance has been used safely for more than 50 years, including adoption in health-sensitive applications such as food, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, where it mainly serves as a non-active ingredient or carrier of other substances.
Tests demonstrate that propylene glycol toxicity is very low. In the body under conditions of normal low exposure, propylene glycol is quickly metabolised and excreted.
For the environment, tests shown that propylene glycol quickly degrades and hence does not persist nor does it bio-accumulate – it is readily biodegradable.
Accordingly, there is
no official hazard classification or labelling of propylene glycol, and
propylene glycol is not listed “negatively” in any country of the EU
In addition, all members of the sector group representing the producers of propylene glycol within Cefic are committed to Responsible Care®, a voluntary initiative of the chemical industry aimed at continuous improvement of their health, safety and environmental performance in handling chemicals.
Vegetable Glycerin (VG)
Glycerin,also known as glycerol, is an organic compound of carbon, hydrogen and oxygenwith the chemical formula C3H8O3.
It is produced industrially, usually as a by-product of soap manufacture, from oils and fats.
It can be made from animal fat or, in the case of vegetable glycerin, vegetable oil.
The source of the raw material does not affect the chemistry of the final product,but, since glycerin is widely used in foods and medications, this distinctionis important for vegetarians.
It is also used as a sweetener and as aningredient in a number of cosmetic products.
Structure and Properties
The compound consists of a chain of three carbon atoms, to which are attachedhydrogen atoms on one side and hydroxyl (OH) groups on the other.
The three OH groups form hydrogen bonds between molecules, giving the compound a syrup-like viscosity and allowing it to dissolve easily in water.
Chemically speaking, glycerin is an alcohol, but for food purposes, it is classed as acarbohydrate because it provides calories and is not a fat or a protein.
Pure glycerol does not crystallize easily, but it can be chilled to form a solidthat melts at about 18°C.
It lowers the freezing point of water, however, by anamount that depends on the concentration.
For example, a 66.7% solution freezes at -46.1°C.
For this reason, it can be used as non-toxic anti freeze and for storing sensitive liquids, such as enzymes, in laboratory freezers.
Glycerol forms the “backbone” of many lipids, or oils and fats, and there arevarious processes that can be used to extract it from these substances.
Most glycerin is made as a by-product of the manufacture of soap.
In this process, either animal fat or vegetable oil can be used.
It is heated with a strong alkali, usually caustic soda (sodium hydroxide), which produces soap and a solution of glycerin in water.
This solution is then purified by distillation.
Vegetable glycerin can also be made directly from vegetable oil, often coconut or palm oil, by heating it to a high temperature under pressure with water.
The glycerin backbone splits off from the fatty acids, and is absorbed by the water, from which it is then isolated and distilled to obtain the pure product.Food-grade vegetable glycerin is 99.7% pure, with the remaining 0.3% being water. The interest in biodiesel fuel has resulted in the production of large amounts of low quality, non-food grade vegetable glycerin as a by-product.
Purifying the liquid is not considered economically viable and it cannot be casually disposed of as it contains toxic methanol, which is used in the manufacturing process.
As of 2013, there is much research into finding a use for this substance, something that does not require high purity glycerin.
Glycerin’s widely used in the food industry for two main reasons: it has a sweet taste, but has fewer calories than sugar; and it is hygroscopic, that is, it absorbs moisture from the air.
It is therefore used both to sweeten foods and to keep them moist.
The compound is metabolized more slowly than sucrose, the type of sugar most commonly found in candy and in processed foods, and therefore does not have such a dramatic effect on blood sugar levels.
It also does not contribute to bacterial tooth decay. Foods marketed as being low in carbohydrates are often sweetened with glycerin.