How to choose nicotine pouch strength?
The nicotine strength varies from many other tobacco and nicotine products, and the nicotine pouches are available in a variety of sizes. This allows users more freedom to control the level of nicotine they experience in a single use.
What Nicotine Pouch Strength Should I Use?
Each flavor of the nicotine pouch offers a range of different nicotine strengths, and understanding the differences in intensity levels is the first step in finding the ideal nicotine pouch.
Regular nicotine pouch strength（known as newbie pouches）are some of the best selling and range from 3 mg/pouch to 9 mg/pouch, suitable for new users and those looking for a gentle, easy-going buzz.
A step up is the strong level, which features products in the 9 mg/pouch to 15 mg/pouch range that delivers solid kicks.
At the furthest end of the spectrum are extra-strong pouches, containing up to 22 mg/pouch. Not for the faint-hearted, but super stimulating and satisfying for those who can handle such power.
If you are a heavy smoker or have a high nicotine tolerance, you may want to choose a higher nicotine strength. If you are a light smoker or have a low nicotine tolerance, you may want to choose a lower nicotine strength.
If you feel nothing after using a nicotine pouch and still want to smoke, the nicotine pouch strength may be too low and we recommend that you choose a higher-strength nicotine pouch.
Conversely, if you feel some of the typical symptoms of a nicotine overdose (headache, insomnia, palpitations, etc.), you may be using too much or using a nicotine pouch of too high a strength. You may be better off reducing your use or switching to a lower-strength nicotine pouch.
The difference between dry nicotine pouch strength and moist nicotine pouch strength
The two common approaches to nicotine pouches are the dry and moist methods. Moist nicotine pouches generally contain 15-30% water and are softer for use in smaller pouches. So is there any difference in the experience of the same-strength nicotine pouch?
There is, the moisture content can determine how quickly the nicotine is released and how much is absorbed, dry nicotine pouches take one to two minutes to enjoy the nicotine and taste experience.Moist nicotine pouches release nicotine much faster, with a topping sensation in a few tens of seconds, making the nicotine sensation more intense as well.
How do flavors affect the feeling of nicotine pouch strength?
The combination of strength and flavor will affect the intensity of your pouch experience; some flavors will enhance the sensation of nicotine release, while others will reduce it, even in high-strength pouches.
If you are new to nicotine pouches and would like to try a milder flavor to reduce the intensity of the experience, the three flavors of cinnamon, berry, and unflavored/original pouch flavors are often appreciated by US pouch users for their mild nature.
For veteran nicotine pouch users who may be looking for a strong, thrill sensation. Variations of mint, coffee, or citrus flavors will all provide a refreshing burst of nicotine. Due to the refreshing properties of mint, Menthol, in particular, doubles the sense of power! And coffee will provide depth with its rich flavor that adds to the nicotine sensation. Finally, citrus, usually accompanied by a tart and tingling sensation, combines well with the high nicotine content to provide greater intensity.
What is the difference between nicotine in mg/gram and mg/pouch?
While it's great to have many options for nicotine strength, it's more likely to choose the incorrect strength. Adding just a few extra milligrams of nicotine can produce a very different nicotine effect. If the wrong strength is chosen, the stimulating buzz can quickly turn into a feeling of nausea, and dizziness and lead to tolerance issues. It is important to look at the nicotine strength before buying a nicotine pouch.
The strength of a nicotine pouch is usually expressed in mg/g or mg/pouch
Mg/g - this simply indicates the number of milligrams of nicotine per gram! So 30 mg/g means 30 mg of nicotine per gram of nicotine pouch composition.
Mg/pouch - Mg/pouch is the number of milligrams of nicotine per pouch. So 30 mg/pouch means that there is exactly 30 mg of nicotine in the nicotine pouch.
Mg/g x pouch weight = Mg/pouch
Example ：40 mg/g x 0.4 g (sachet weight) = 16 mg/pouch
EGP nicotine pouch strength
The strength of the EGP nicotine pouch is 3-22 mg/pouch (using more than 22 mg/pouch of nicotine pouch after drinking may cause shock), and each 3 mg is a specification (Available in 3 mg, 6 mg, 9 mg .... 21 mg). If there are special requirements, for example, the highest nicotine strength in Finland is only allowed to be 4 mg /pouch, and we can customize other nicotine strengths up to MOQ.
3-6mg - Light
9-12mg - Medium
15-18mg - Strong
18-21mg - Extra Strong
Whether you're looking for a little nicotine stimulation or a more intense experience, a single pouch of nicotine ranging from 3 mg/pouch to 22 mg/pouch allows users to customize each experience. The new EGP product can provide up to 120 mg/g of nicotine strength.