I think it is also from sub ohm vaping too much moisture for my throat to handle and citrus. I am going to try vg the people who make velvet cloud and get a 1.2 coilWhat you've described is consistent with alot of vapers who I've read about who are allergic to PG...you may want to try vaping 100% VG juices and see if that helps....some people have an immediate reaction to PG, and for some of us the reaction is cumulative, it starts out mild and as it builds up in your system the reaction becomes stronger. PG allergy is not common, but an even rarer allergy is to VG, though there are people who are allergic to VG...of course that may have to do with whatever plant the VG is made from.
More input would be helpful What ratio VG/PG are you vaping? What kind of juice? Could be an allergic reaction to Vg or PG, or even the flavorings in the juice. How many juices have you tried, and are the results any different?[/
its because I produce too much mucus cause of my allergies so I think the added vapor just throws off my asthmayou need to be aware that alot of juice companies advertise as !00% VG, but there flavorings are PG based, look for companies that advertise the point they don't use PG based flavorings..go look at Dripeez, the will taylor the juice to your needs , also be prepared for the fact that VG does not carry flavor as well as PG and the juice may not be as flavorfull as what your used to.I've never heard of sub ohming causing this kind of reaction.You're lucky nowdays there are alot of low or no PG juices being made.
great postAre you having problems with phlegm or mucous specifically? Sinuses, lungs, or both?
Your body producing abnormal amounts of mucous can be an indication that you are dehydrated. Are you drinking plenty of water before, after, and even while you vape? VG is a humectant, which just means that it will entrap and pull moisture from your nasal passages, mouth, and/or airways. The bigger the clouds you're blowing, the more moisture is leaving your body with every exhale. The resulting dryness in your mouth may result in lesions due to insufficient amounts of saliva present to kill bacteria. I suffered from this condition early in my vaping days, and increasing my daily intake of water cleared it right up. I don't go anywhere without a bottle of water anymore. Vape, sip, repeat.
In the nasal passages, your body may be overcompensating for lack of moisture by producing tons of mucous. It's also likely that since you already have environmental allergies, vaping without sufficient hydration is just making your symptoms worse. Drinking more water may not prove to be the cure, but I would start looking at that before I started jumping to conclusions regarding a potential allergic reaction to PG or VG.