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BASILISK - Butterscotch Clouds


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A sweet butterscotch in a base of cream. 

The Basilisk, a giant snake, can trigger death with a single glance. It is the king of all the serpents, ruling them all. Its fangs are larger than that of a normal six-foot snake. It odour is said to kill snakes around it without contact, this is why it is the king of the serpents. It slithers through the grass undetected behind some picnickers who have no idea about the fate to come. It watches them in wait for its time to strike. In a still, silent moment it appears and one of the picnickers falls spilling their butterscotch sweets in the grass surrounding them.   


What does it mean when there is the Doubler/ Singler choice? what do I choose? I don't understand 


Choose between a 30ml/60ml, 120ml or even 250ml singler if you want it ready to vape, or a 15ml/30ml, 60ml or even 125ml Doubler for those interested in adding a nicotine base. If your new to mixing nicotine and not sure how to do it, it revolves around two things 
1. What strength do you want your liquid to be when mixed? 
2. what strength is your Raw nicotine strength? Example; I bought 100mg strength nicotine but i only want to vape at 6mg.
How do you know what to do? 


Nicotine base: Type in first box your raw nicotine strength, example 100mg.
Target Nicotine Level: second box, this is the strength that you want the final mix to equal, example 6mg Amount to Create: then this is the bottle size that you have bought and want to mix in. example 60ml bottle size after you type those three things in the app will work it out.


Now look in recipe section PG or VG with Nicotine: this is how many mls of nicotine you need to add to your bottle. so this example is showing to add 3.6mls to = 6mg for the 60ml bottle size using 100mg nicotine. The remaining gap in the bottle just needs to be filled up with pg or vg or both.

If you're not planning on using nicotine in your juice just choose the "Singler" option.


The ingredients may contain the following:

USP Grade Propylene Glycol

USP Grade Vegetable Glycerin

Natural and/or Artificial flavors

They do not use the following:

Food colourings

Oil-Based Flavours

Artificial Sweeteners

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