On September 21, CFF Labs announced the official release of the first batch of Synthetic Nicotine tobacco oil series – NGN nicotine. Nicotine, because of its inseparable relationship with tobacco and addiction, has always been one of the most misunderstood substances. Since 1960, nicotine has been negatively reported by the media, which makes many people believe that nicotine is the culprit of all the negative effects of smoking. However, in fact, the reason why smoking affects health comes from hundreds of different substances and toxins produced by tobacco combustion.

As a relatively safe alternative industry, e-cigarette uses relatively pure nicotine atomization solution. A large number of researchers have been committed to exploring healthier nicotine solutions and constantly developing new products to promote the healthy development of the industry. From free radical nicotine, nicotine salt, to now Synthetic Nicotine.

Synthetic Nicotine may not be familiar to many people, but it has existed for a long time. We first heard about synthetic nicotine in 2016, and then lost art, an American electronic cigarette oil manufacturer, cooperated with next generation labs to launch a full flavor series of Synthetic Nicotine in January 2017. Since then, some tobacco oil manufacturers have also launched their own Synthetic Nicotine series tobacco oil. However, they spent a lot of time and energy marketing this new nicotine type product, but in the end, none of them has a firm foothold. A large part of this is due to the rapid development of new nicotine salts in the same period, and the light of Synthetic Nicotine with incomplete technology at that time was temporarily covered up because of long production cycle and high cost.

Although temporarily forgotten by time, in the long run, the birth of Synthetic Nicotine is a great progress in the e-cigarette industry. From a technical point of view, synthetic nicotine eliminates many impurities contained in traditional tobacco derived nicotine, which greatly reduces the harm to health; At the same time, the colorless and tasteless pure nicotine can better restore the original flavor of tobacco oil and improve the user experience after filtering out the impurities that may contain peculiar smell.

From the perspective of the industry, synthetic nicotine also breaks the original inherent link between nicotine and tobacco: many e-cigarette users hope to stay away from traditional tobacco through e-cigarette, and the emergence of Synthetic Nicotine provides a good opportunity for all this. If you want to separate the e-cigarette industry from the traditional tobacco industry, this will be a key step among many steps.

CFF Labs, as the leading research and production base for flavor and spice and large health industry in China, has a profound understanding of the importance of Synthetic Nicotine in the industry. It began to study the synthetic nicotine field in late 18 and successfully developed its Synthetic Nicotine last year.

Until recently, due to the progressive policies and stricter regulations of various countries for the e-cigarette industry, Synthetic Nicotine was once again discussed by the public as a traditional nicotine alternative that may bypass regulatory policies, and the heat was soaring. For brands that do not want to use tobacco nicotine, this is an ideal choice.

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On September 21, CFF Labs announced the official release of the first batch of Synthetic Nicotine tobacco oil series - NGN nicotine. Nicotine, because of its inseparable relationship with tobacco and addiction, has always been one of the most misunderstood substances. Since 1960, nicotine has been negatively reported by the...