How does a “Vaporizer” work? Smokeless?
Would much rather avoid inhaling the smoke but never seen a “vaporizer” but I’ve heard that you just inhale the fumes. Is this true? How do they work?
Umm to clarify I’m talking about an alternative to a “water pipe”.
Answer by Sawyer It shoots minute particles of moisture, mixed with the vapors of the Vaporub, into the air. As you breath, the moisture sooths your nasal membranes while the medicine helps unclog your nasal passages. It’s safe. You just plug it in & go to sleep. Esepcially useful when you have a sore throat. It’s one of my tricks for getting over a sore throat quickly. Plug in the vaporizer; go to sleep.
Wake up & sore throat is gone!
Answer by vibrant_gardener Vaporizers are a defiantly the most efficient to inhale various herbs.
Vaporizing works by heating up the plant material so the active ingredient is “vaporized” without combusting the material (on fire)
Plant material comes out unburnt, just browned abit. For the most part, after your herbs are vaporized, they are no good (all the goodies are melted off into vapors)
Inhaling vapor is much healthier then smoking, as you get very minimal tar, or other “in-active” ingredients. Herb has hundreds of different ingredients which have no effect. There is no reason to be inhaling these.
Vapor is not smoke, think of it as a “mist” of pure active ingredient. Vaporizers give a different effect then traditional smoking, a more clear, healthy pronounced effect.
When purchasing a vape, be very aware of what the heating element is constructed of. Look for ceramic, as metal heating elements put off by-products, and smell like a soldering iron.
“Volcano” is the best product on the market, it fills a bag with vapor which you then inhale. This runs about 0
Cheaper, equally effective models include the vapir, vapor brothers and vapor warez – on ebay for 0-200
Once you start vaporizing, you will never smoke again in your life, trust me on this one.
Answer by Jason Homan Hi Rain Man, a vaporizer for home is emits steam into the air. Yes, vaporizers release hot steam into the air and are notorious for causing burns in children.
Also a vaporizer (or vapouriser) is a device commonly used to release medicinal drugs from plant material, it can be used for tobacco or to release certain therapeutic compounds from herbs and other plants, a practice now commonly known as phyto-inhalation .
Vaporizers are available in many varieties. The simplest models use a lighter as heat source. Other models use electrical heating, with the more advanced models featuring temperature control and even dynamic temperature control as seen with systems that use thermocoupled hot air guns. High-end models may cost several hundred dollars.
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A hand-held vaporizer, Will the carbon filter get old and need replacing?
I just got a hand held vaporizer for xmas. (not one of the ones you plug in its like a pipe)
It has a carbon filter, I am curious if it will need to be replaced or is it good forever?
Answer by [[The Joker]] Hmmm, hand held vaporizer… That gives me an Idea for a new weapon… catchy name too!
As for your question, I would assume the filter needs to be replaced from time to time, but don’t quote me on that.
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Would using a vaporizer higher your tolerance of THC?
I wanna get a vaporizer but when I start steady using it will I be more tolerant and less likely to get high off a blunt or bong? Someone explain plz
inb4 smokings bad.
Answer by nick m its the same with every drug after a while your body will become tolerant to the drug and it will be harder to ge high. using a vaporizer would just speed up the process.
Can you still get cancer when using a vaporizer?
Can you still get cancer when using a vaporizer to smoke weed?
Answer by movonl You can get cancer even if you don’t smoke.
Answer by Karen Pot doesn’t cause cancer and in fact the cannabiniods have been shown to reduce the size of cancers in rat studies. And the rats were given the smoke, not using a vaporizer.
I wish governments around the world would rethink the BS that Henry Anslinger brought up in the early years of cannibis usage in the US. Then we wouldn’t be having people worry about nothing.
Answer by use my shoe Think about it also…if ‘they’ knew specifically what does and does not cause cancer, they would have a cure or immunization for it…people who smoke cigarettes and drink get cancer, people who eat nothing but vegetables get cancer, people that exercise and eat right get cancer, i know a guy who has smoked a pack of cigarettes a day for more than fifty years, he doesn’t have cancer….it makes me think that it’s more genetic than anything. will you get cancer if you use a vaporizer? well, not the kind that’s caused by smoke…if there is such a cancer. my grandma died of cancer, and she neither smoked nor drank, so you tell me. you have a vaporizer? where can i get one?