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So, I’m venturing into the caffeinated e-liquid world and my main question is this:

Could it possibly work?

The main problem is getting enough caffeine into solution to have a noticeable effect. Up until now, I called it impossible.

That is until Mountain Vapor released a caffeine-myrcene solution that is supposedly effective (http://www.smokincrow.com/REV_Pure_Energy_by_Mountain_Vapor_p/rev.htm).

For those of you who don’t know what myrcene is, it’s a common chemical compound (found in abundance in mangoes) used often for fragrances in perfumes. It is present in cannabis as a delivery device for thc to the brain.

Well, that’s all well and good. Why myrcene in caffeine solution?

I haven’t looked into the pharmacology of it yet, but caffeine is definitely quite soluble in myrcene. If myrcene acts similar with caffeine as it does with thc, it would be a critical addition to caffeine juices.

Have any of you tried this juice? What are your thoughts on this solution?

I will be ordering the juice soon to test if it works. If it does, I’ll be tinkering around with a solution this summer. I’m a senior in college studying Biochemistry, so don’t worry about me killing myself.

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12 Comments

  1. aaron says

    I would be interested in learning more about this. I have always thought about caffeinated E liquid since I started vaping.

  2. slap_maxwell says

    Well, they make caffeine pills, so why not caffeine delivered via vapor? I would imagine that the caffeine would get absorbed much like the nicotine from e-juice; perhaps not as efficiently as injesting it through other means, but hell — maybe more efficiently. I get enough caff from tea and coffee as it is, so let us know what happens. 🙂

  3. Stephen W says

    I could foresee problems due to someone having a heart attack and media swarming all over it like they did with Red Bull Etc.

  4. tiffany says

    i know that companies have attempted to make an eliquid with caffienne, but most of the time is just isn’t fesable. So it would be cool if there was one, but i personally have cut caffienne out of my diet, either way let us know!

  5. Mike says

    I have not tried any of these yet, due to having about 80 ounces of coffee a day. WOOOOOT

  6. Flux83 says

    There is a local vape lounge in Tucson Az that sells juice with caffeine, so it is possible just dont know how effective.

  7. TurboLover says

    I actually just got my order of REV from Mtn Vapor… shipped quick, too (ordered on Wednesday, was here on Friday). 10ml 1.8%… figured why not.

    I haven’t tried it by itself just yet. I’ve been mixing it with another eliquid (0.3ml REV / 0.7ml Peppermint)… but so far it does seem to add a little extra energy… of course, this could be a placebo effect… I’m not 100% sure… however, it does have a nice flavor to it (think red bull).

    I’d recommend trying it out for yourself.

  8. justine says

    If you drink a lot of caffeinated beverages this is not for you. LOL

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