The name Synthetic Nicotine is quite apt. It is nicotine that was manufactured without the use of tobacco leaf, or any of the other plants that also contain nicotine in far smaller quantities. Tobacco free nicotine (TFN) is also available, extracted from plants other than tobacco. It is distinct from synthetic nicotine in that it is still plant derived. Synthetic Nicotine requires no agriculture inputs or materials.

As it is made in a lab, Synthetic Nicotine does not contain tobacco. It has the same chemical structure as naturally occurring nicotine (C10 H14 N2 or ten carbon atoms, 14 hydrogen atoms, and two nitrogen atoms). As it is molecularly identical, it has the same effect as a tobacco nicotine molecule does, for good or ill.

But there are advantages to synthetic nicotine. To extract nicotine from tobacco, a wide range of chemicals and solvents are used. These are removed safely but the purer Synthetic Nicotine does have a cleaner chemical profile and flavor.

As a vaper, you may have questions about synthetic nicotine and what role it may play in the future of a viable and independent vaping industry. Teen vaping rates have plummeted in the face of Tobacco 21 and flavor restrictions placed on the prefilled vape pod flavors which made up the bulk of sales to minors and adults under 21.

Their pursuit of vaping prohibition and total nicotine abstinence by adults has made the use of tobacco derived nicotine increasingly precarious for the independent vaping industry.

In a parallel development, the expense of Synthetic Nicotine has declined to the point where it can now be used in nicotine e-liquids. Today we are simply going to answer this question: What is Synthetic Nicotine?

Despite the gains made in reducing teen vaping, anti-vaping zealots have now placed Synthetic Nicotine in their crosshairs. Tobacco free nicotine (TFN) is also becoming more widely available. It will be featured in the next article in this series.

Nicotine is an alkaloid, which is simply a chemical term for any organic nitrogenous compound of plant origin that interacts physiologically with humans. Quinine, a common treatment for malaria, is also an alkaloid. So is atropine, which is used as an antidote for mushroom poisoning and has other medical uses such as treating low heart rate.

Morphine is an alkaloid but so is strychnine. Morphine used to treat pain and strychnine is a pesticide often featured in murder mysteries. It has not been used for that purpose in recent decades because of its bitter flavor is hard to mask and that fatal doses result in a violent, painful, and forensically distinct mode of death. This may not seem relevant to nicotine, but it is worth noting what a wide category alkaloid is.

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The name Synthetic Nicotine is quite apt. It is nicotine that was manufactured without the use of tobacco leaf, or any of the other plants that also contain nicotine in far smaller quantities. Tobacco free nicotine (TFN) is also available, extracted from plants other than tobacco. It is distinct...