Fuci Bronze Label
The e-liquids from Fuci are available in various flavors and compositions. The mixing ratio determines for which e-cigarettes the liquids are suitable. The Fuci Bronze Label has a mixing ratio of 80 PG / 20 VG and is suitable for dampers with a resistance of 1 Ohm or higher. Other categories of this brand are White, Silver, Gold and Diamond.
Fuci Bronze Label
The e-liquids in this category have a mixing ratio of 80 percent Propylene Glycol (PG) and 20 percent Vegetable Glycerin. This makes them suitable for e-cigarettes with coils of 1 Ohm resistor or higher. These are the so-called MTL dampers where the vapor passes from the mouth to the lungs. The VG content must be higher for DTL dampers. At higher concentrations of PG, the "throat hit" is more present, that is the rough feeling in the throat. Although this product is safe for consumption, there are users who are hypersensitive to Propylene Glycol. It can lead to dry mouth, rash and throat irritation.
Aroma and nicotine
Each aroma is available in a nicotine content of 0, 3, 6, 12 or 18 mg. For smokers who are used to heavy tobacco, 18 mg best meets the standard requirement. The differences in nicotine levels can help to reduce the addiction. As a former smoker, it is not recommended to start lower immediately, as the chance of relapse is greater because the body does not receive the desired amount of nicotine. People who have never smoked before and still want to use the Fuci Bronze Label should opt for 0 mg. There are plenty of flavors in this category, in addition to the well-known tobacco aromas, there are also sweet and fruity flavors as well as the well-known menthol option. Alternation can remedy "damperstong", the condition in which the tongue becomes less sensitive to certain tastes.