V8P Juice International: South Florida’s Premier Ultra Premium Plant-based E-Liquid Manufacturer.

We are proud to offer you the highest quality E-Liquid for your Personal Vaporizers.

All V8P Juice Products are mixed for high vapor production at a 30/70 PG/VG Ratio which works great in all Tanks, Mods, RDA’s and Drippers.

V8P Juice is Manufactured right here in south Florida using 100% Non-GMO Vegetable Glycerin, a Revolutionary new Plant-based Propylene Glycol that is derived from Non GMO Corn, and NicSelect “Vaping Grade” Premium Nicotine.

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What you get from V8P Juice is the best quality Ultra Premium Plant-based E-Liquid available.

We package all our product in premium frosted glass bottles with glass droppers that are child safe & tamper evident.

We also color code our nicotine levels with colored dropper bulbs, so you know exactly what your getting without thinking twice.

Nicotine Levels – V8P Juice Color Code Chart

All V8P Juice e-liquid bottles have a color coded dropper nipple to designate nicotine strength,

please be aware of this when using our product.

BLACK = NO NICOTINE // Free from Nicotine!

PURPLE = 0.015% or 1.5MG Strength. Great for Cloud Chasers! 

WHITE = 0.03% or 3MG Strength

YELLOW = 0.06% or 6MG Strength

ORANGE = 0.12% or 12MG Strength

RED = 0.18% or 18MG Strength

Organic & Plant-based E-Liquid

About Plant-based / Bio-based Propylene Glycol

Plant-based Propylene Glycol can be used in many things including pharmaceuticals, food, cosmetics, agriculture and as of late the e-cigarettes in the formulation of e-juices like V8P Juice. Traditionally Propylene Glycol has been a petrol by-product of the oil industry and has been derived solely from the cracking process of unrefined petroleum, however this new “green” bio-based PG is produced from corn starch through a special solvent-free and carbohydrate-to-glycol process. you can read more about it in the section below. The end result is 100% renewable Bio-PG. Propylene Glycol without any mineral oil derived intermediate properties. The appearance and color of the PG remains the same, however the bio-based PG has a sweet, pleasant and fruity odor when compared to petrochemical PG.

These videos break it down pretty well – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45Pm9pG8Q6M & http://youtu.be/Med4a8-CsE4

PG is very low in toxicity and is listed as GRAS (generally recognized as safe) for use in food and pharmaceuticals. In fact, from a toxicological point of view, alcohol is more toxic than the same amount of propylene glycol.

Studies have also shown that propylene glycol is neither persistent nor does it bio-accumulate and is therefore readily biodegradable.

There are no hazard classifications or labeling of PG.

DEVELOPING A “NEW” PROPYLENE GLYCOL, NATURALLY DERIVED FROM NON-GMO CORN
In a recent past, raw materials suppliers have introduced in the market a short chain diol, 1,3-propanediol, derived from corn, in order to replace in cosmetic formulae the traditional synthetic 1,2-propanediol and propane-diol esters.
Looking closely into the potential for biofuels and developing bio-based PG is the new challenge. Today, a new “green” process allows to produce also 1,2 propylene glycol from corn starch by a special industrial process: it is indeed made from a corn-derived sugar, in a solvent-free carbohydrate-to-glycols process made up of five steps (9):

  1. Corn first goes through a wet-milling process to separate its basic products: starch, gluten, fiber and corn oil.
  2. Starch is then saccharified by enzymes digestion to produce glucose.
  3. The addition of hydrogen over a metal catalyst converts glucose into sorbitol. This is commonly used as a sweetener, humectant (e.g. in toothpastes) or as raw material to produce other chemicals.
  4. Sorbitol is then fed to the hydrocracking process: it is reacted with hydrogen over a metal catalyst at high temperature and pressure to crack the molecule into 1,2-propylene glycol, mono-ethylene glycol and butane-diol.
  5. The mixture of three glycols is then fed to the evaporation and separation plant where water is removed and glycols are separated into pure products. The process produces about 50-60% 1,2-propylene glycol (Bio-PG), 25% ethylene glycol, about 25% of 1,2 and 2,3 butane-diols and co-products.

The goal of the process is to obtain a high-quality product, which could be at least equivalent to the existing petrochemical PG, and to do so on a large, cost-competitive scale. The new corn-based technology of Bio-PG production largely accomplishes this goal and guarantees high levels of quality, together with process reliability and sustainability. Not only is the corn-derived 1,2 propylene glycol formed in this process considered a “green” glycol, but the whole approach itself is more environmentally friendly than the actual petrochemical pathway, resulting in fewer pollutants and reduced amounts of unwanted byproducts like alcohols.

If you are interested in sourcing bulk Bio-PG or USDA Certified Organic VG , Please contact us.