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A bit to read on basics


Electronic Cigarette Parts

An Electronic Cigarette is quite simple is design, but there are multiple parts that can make up or be used with the electronic cigarette. Below is the basic parts that make up a complete electronic cigarette. Some can be replaced with other style parts.

Tube (or Box):

The tube is the housing to the e-cig (electronic cigarette). Some tubes come in a variety of shapes and sizes to accommodate certain battery sizes and internal electronics. The tube part of the device is typically the bottom part of the electronic cigarette.



The battery comes in many shapes, but the typical battery is similar to an AA battery styling and varies in specific sizes.


Power Button (Manual or Automatic): The power button is what activates the battery, which then delivers power to the heating element (atomizer or cartomizer). Some buttons have multiple use functions. The button is considered as a ‘manual’ e-cig. An ‘automatic’ e-cig has no button and is activated by a sensor that detects when you’re pulling vapor from the device. Many e-cigarette users (or vapers) tend to like a manual e-cig more because an automatic e-cig can be triggered to activate at times when not in use, which depletes the battery life.



The connector is a part that sits at the top of the electronic cigarette and is used to accept the atomizer (or cartomizer). The connector has female (or male) threading. The connector will range in various styles such as 510 (the most common), 801 and 901 just to name a few.


Atomizer (or Cartomizer):

The atomizer is a small metal tubed casing that has a male (or female) threading at the bottom to be attached to an electronic cigarette. The top of the atomizer is an opening to allow the use of e-liquid. To fill an atomizer, the user will typically drip 2 to 3 drops onto of the coil (which sits inside and on the bottom of the metal atomizer tubing). The cartomizer is much like the atomizer, except that the metal tubing is a bit longer. Inside the metal tubing of a cartomizer is a filler material. This filler material acts as a wicking system. To fill a cartomizer with e-liquid, the user will pour e-liquid onto the filler material until it has a full or soggy look. A cartomizer is also used inside of tank systems.


Tank System:

The tank system is designed to hold more e-liquid than the typical cartomizer. The tank is a tube that is usually made from a plastic material. At the top and bottom of the plastic tube tank is end caps. The end caps usually have rubber gromets as a sealer between the caps and the plastic tubing. In the middle of the caps is a hole cut out to accept the cartomizer. Some tank systems makes use of its own wicking system instead of a cartomizer.


Drip Tip:

A drip tip is the mouth piece that will sit on top of the atomizer or cartomizer. The metal tube casing on an atomizer or cartomizer can sometimes become hot to the touch, so a drip tip is used so your lip do not come in contact with the atomizer or cartomizer casing. A drip tip was also designed so that you could easily drip e-liquid into your atomizer without taking off the mouth piece. This is done by pouring your drops of e-liquid into the center hole of the drip tip.

E Liquid

E-liquid (or eJuice) is the liquid that is used to vaporize. E-Liquid typically contains Vegetable Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Nicotine and Flavoring. The user can generally custom order your e-liquid by requesting a certain VG (Vegetable Glycerin) percentage and PG (Propylene Glycol) percentage. The user can also request a certain nicotine strength. The common nicotine strengths are from 0mg to 24mg. It is said to be safer to not exceed 24mg of nicotine and most electronic cigarette vendors will not offer more than that amount either.


How to Vape

Using electronic cigarettes and understanding how to vape is pretty simple. Although it requires more action than the traditional tobacco cigarette, it is far less harmful. Once you grasp what it takes to use an electronic cigarette (which consists of a charged battery and a cartomizer/atomizer/tank filled with e-liquid), here’s some useful tips on how to vape.

For your first time inhaling vapor, it’s a lot different to your lungs and it doesn’t recognize it. Your lungs are used to tobacco smoke, which is completely different than vapor. With a traditional cigarette, you pull hard to get smoke, but with vaping – you’ll pull slow and steady. Remember, liquid is inside your atomizer/cartomizer, so you don’t want to pull hard enough to suck that liquid into your mouth.

When you inhale vapor, the longer you hold it in your mouth, the less vapor you’ll blow out.

Remember, this is about you… so find your own style of vaping and what feels most comfortable to you.

What You Need

To get started with vaping, you’ll need the following:

A battery (if using a modified type device, you’ll need a tube and battery)

An atomizer or type of cartomizer

A mouth piece

A charger

Some e-liquid

Usually vendors offer starter kits that come with everything you need to start vaping. Some offer e-liquid with the kit and for those who don’t, just order you a bottle of e-liquid that interests you. The best starter kit to buy is an eGo brand kit. If you can shell out a few more bucks, get yourself a eGo-C Twist kit.


The Setbacks

The only setbacks to just starting to vape is having to learn about e-cigarettes. Although that isn’t much of a setback, it can be a little confusing to some at times. The other setback is finding the right e-liquid for you. When you first start ordering e-liquid, try to find sample packs. Many vendors will offer a sample pack of small bottles in assorted flavors for you to try. Finding the right e-liquid can be a hassle sometimes and can make you feel like there’s a hole in your pocket, but once you find the right flavor, it’ll be a breeze from then on. Never settle for a bad tasting e-liquid. We have many vendors that have tons of different flavors that will suit your taste buds. China made e-liquid is much cheaper than the rest, but many avoid it because the flavors aren’t that great. USA made e-liquid has a much more quality taste in flavor and feel.


What to Expect

When you first make the switch from tobacco cigarettes to electronic cigarettes, you’ll notice many changes that are good. Some vapers have said that they could breathe better, get less winded, no more terrible coughs and another that I’ve heard from many – notice an improved better immune system. However, there are some things to expect that come with removing yourself from the 4,000 chemicals in tobacco cigarettes. Here are a few of those that we’ve heard of or experienced. (This doesn’t necessarily mean that this will happen to you.)


Cold Sweats


Chest Pains


Save Money by Vaping

Saving money was possibly one of the reasons you switched to electronic cigarettes and although just by switching you are already saving money, but there are many other ways to save even more. Here are a few to help you get started.


Find The Best Prices:

We have many electronic cigarette vendors and some have better prices than the others. Always look for the best priced product with the best quality.

Look For Discount Codes: Search for discount codes. Most vendors have a never expiring discount code, while others have weekly and monthly discount codes. To get you started, here is the Guide to Vaping Discount Codes page.


Order in Bulk

Once you’ve found the e-liquid flavor you’re comfortable with and the cartomizer or atomizers that you like, order them in bulk. Just like with any other product, when you order in bulk, it helps you save in the long run.


Don’t Get Tricked

Many vendors are in this market to help you, while others are out just to make a buck or trick you. Here are a few tips that will help you not get tricked.


Don’t Fall For Free Trials:

You’ll see many ads or receive emails that will offer you a free trial e-cig. Do not fall for this trick. To get the free trial, they’ll ask you to give you a credit card number, but they won’t charge you. After that, they’ll bill you and charge you quite a bit for a horrible product.


Don’t Buy From Gas Stations:


Do not buy an electronic cigarette from a gas station. The e-cig you’ll get is horrible and the worst on the market. The disposable e-cigs claim to last 24 hours, but they don’t and for most smokers, it won’t satisfy them.


Don’t Be Fooled By Kiosk Pricing:

Many kiosks are over-charging people for products. Don’t be fooled by the nice products, because they come with a high price. Purchase from local vape shops or online vape shops. Feel free to click one of the ads to vape shops here on GTV. All of our advertised vendors have great pricing and quality products.


Research First

Do not be fooled by these low quality electronic cigarettes that are being sold at gas stations and such.  Just because it looks like a real cigarette doesn’t mean it performs the best.  I’m not going into a full article on its common sense to do research before making a purchase, but I will tell you, it’ll save you a lot of time, money and stress by doing the research first and getting the best electronic cigarette for you.



The vaping community has become one of the best support systems for smokers switching to electronic cigarettes. All of us more veteran vapers have been down the same road as you and there are many offering to be your crutch. You can share, discuss and be entertained by thousands upon thousands of vapers on electronic cigarette forums, chats, shows, blogs and the many social networks.



So you’re new to the whole scene of vaping and very confused with all the abbreviations people are using on forums, websites, chats and even here at Guide to Vaping.  Well, look below, we’ve layed out all the abbreviations and the meanings to them.



Noob – Beginner

Analog – Regular Cigarette

Mod – Homemade or modified PV

Pull – The act of sucking on the mouthpiece to pull the vapor into your mouth

TH – Throat Hit (The tingling sensation in the back of your throat)

Vapor – the “smoke” emitted from an e-cigarette

Vape, Vaping – The use of an e-cigarette (similar to the term “smoking” when referring to an analog)

Topping off – Adding drops of e-liquid to your current cartomizer.

Dripping – Vaping by adding a few drops of e-liquid directly on the atomizer instead of using a cartomizer.


E-cig or E-cigarette – Electronic Cigarette

PV – Personal Vaporizer (think ecig that is beefed up)

APV – Advanced Personal Vaporizer

Atty – Atomizer

Cart – Cartridge

Carto – Cartomizer

Bat – Battery

Filler – The fiber found inside your cartomizer that holds your e-liquid

PCC – Personal Charging Case

PT – Passthrough or passthrough battery

2-piece/Disposable – 2 part e-cigarette. The Battery and a “cartomizer”.

Cartomizer – An atomizer built into the cartridge, marketed as disposable (you throw it away when the e-liquid is used up).

3-piece – 3 part e-cigarette. Battery, Atomizer, and Cartridge.

Cutoff – Refers to how long the battery will activate the atomizer before shutting down (safety measure to protect the atomizer).


E-juice, e-liquid, juice – the liquid nicotine that you fill your cartomizers with.

DIY – Do it yourself (homemade e-liquid mixture)

PG – Propylene Glycol

VG – Vegetable Glycerin(Glycerine = glycerin = vegetable glycerin(e) = glycerol)

PEG – Polylethylene Glycol


Below you will find some of the more common terms in the vaping world.

I also have a video called…
The Beginners Guide To E-Cigs And E-Cig Tech
Just click it to watch.

Have some you’d like added?  Let me know!!

AEMSA– American E-liquid Manufacturing Standards Association.

Analog – What electronic cigarette users (vapers) call a traditional (or real) tobacco cigarette.

Atomizer (Atty) – The atomizer is a the heating unit of the electronic cigarette.  Usually metal wire wrapped around a core.  It get hot when electricity from the power source is applied and “vaporized” the e-liquid.  The generates the vapor.

Automatic Devices or Batteries – Automatic batteries or devices will activate the heating element automatically when a puff is taken.  You do not have to use a button to activate the heating element.

Battery (Batt) – The battery is the power source for an electronic cigarette.  It provides power to the heating element which vaporized the e-liquid.  Some batteries are integrated into the device like an EGO.  These devices will come with a charger that is made for the device.  Most mods have removable batteries and require an external charger.

Bridge – A U or V shaped covering over the heating coil of some atomizers.  It is usually metal covered by an absorbent material designed to wick e-liquid from a cartridge filler to the heating element.

Cartomizer (Carto) – The cartomizer combines a heating element and juice delivery system into a single unit.

Cartridge (Cart) – A cartridge holds the e-liquid, sits on top of the atomizer, and directs the liquid into it.  The cartridge should be considered “old technology” at this point.

CASAA – The Consumer Advocates for Smoke-free Alternatives Association.

CE-2 – A CE-2 type device generally has the heating element towards the top of the device and wicks that go down into the juice.  These wicks are designed to direct the juice from the bottom of the device to the top where the heating element is.

Coil – The thing that gets hot! Generally a piece of nichrome or kanthal that has been wrapped around some kind of wick. Current flows through the coil, the coil gets hot, and vaporizes your e-liquid. You then vape happily.

Connection Type – Many different connection types are used to connect the atty/carto to the device or battery.  The most common are 510, 901, 808, 801.  In my humble opinion, the 510 connection is the most popular type.

Drip Sheild – With dripping comes over dripping. With over dripping comes leaking! The drip shield was originally designed for the 901 atomizer to “catch” over dripping inside the shield and prevent e-liquid from leaking all over your device. It also works with a 510 atty, but you’ll need to use a 510 to 510 extension to raise the air path for proper airflow.

Drip Tip – A drip tip is a mouth piece originally created to be used on an atomizer for “dripping”.  It has an enlarged opening allowing you to drip e-liquid directly into it.  Drip tips are also commonly used on cartomizers, replacing the small rubber mouthpiece that comes with them to provide a much more comfortable experience.  Drip tips come in many different styles, colors, and materials.

Dripping – Dripping is the act of manually getting e-liquid to the heating element by “dripping” it directly onto the heating element.  This removes the e-liquid delivery system from a typical electronic cigarette system.  People generally consider dripping to provide the best possible vapor, throat and flavor.

Dry, Scratchy Hits – This can occur when not enough juice is supplied to an atty or carto.  This will result in poor flavor and vapor.

Electronic Cigarette (E-Cigarette, E-Cig, Personal Vaporizer, PV) – A device used to vaporize e-liquid and creates the sensation of smoking a traditional cigarette.  A typical electric cigarette is a system made up of three important parts.  A power source, a heating element, and an e-liquid delivery system.  The power source provides power to the heating element which heats up and vaporizes the e-liquid.  The e-liquid deliver system holds and directs the e-liquid to the heating element.

E-Liquid (Juice) – E-Liquid is vaporized by the heating element and this vapor is inhaled to create the sensation of smoking.  E-Liquid generally contains 3 components.  A base of either Propylene Glycol or Vegetable Glycerine (or some combination or “blend” of the two), nicotine, and flavorings.  Nicotine is optional.

Filler Material – The material found in cartridges and some cartomizers.  This material is designed to soak in the e-liquid and direct it to the heating element.

Flooding – This can occur when too much juice is supplied to an atty or carto.  This will result in poor vapor and “gurgling”.

Gurgling – Usually occurs when too much e-liquid is supplied to a given device resulting in flooding.  This can also be caused by condensation built up in the air passage.

Heating Coil – The thing that gets hot! Generally a piece of nichrome or kanthal that has been wrapped around some kind of wick. Current flows through the coil, the coil gets hot, and vaporizes your e-liquid. You then vape happily.

Juice (E-Liquid) – E-Liquid is vaporized by the heating element and this vapor is inhaled to create the sensation of smoking. E-Liquid generally contains 3 components. A base of either Propylene Glycol or Vegetable Glycerine (or some combination or “blend” of the two), nicotine, and flavorings. Nicotine is optional.

Kanthal – One of the two main types of resistance wire used for the heating coil in an atomizer or cartomizer. The other is Nichrome.

Manual Devices or Batteries – Manual batteries or devices will activate the heating element only when a button is pushed.  Most electronic cigarettes and mods use some type of button.

Mechanical Device/Mod – A mechanical device or mod is just that, purely mechanical. There is no circuitry, protection, or other electronics in use. The button will close the circuit sending power from the battery directly to the atty/carto connection.

Mod – Originally , a mod was a device created by an e-cig enthusiasts looking for a better device than those mass produced.  They wanted superior performance in battery life and vapor production as well as build quality.  The term “mod” is used loosely these days and sometimes not correctly.  Mod can also be used to describe a modification made to an electronic cigarette or device to improve it’s performance.

Multi-Voltage (MV) Device - A device that has pre-determined voltage settings.  Most of these have at least three settings.  For example, a low setting could be 3.7V, a medium setting could be 4.5V, a high setting could be 6V.  You cannot adjust outside of these settings.  This is not a commonly used term in the vaping community, but it needs to be.  Examples: The SVR, The EVO, The Ovale F-50.

Nichrome - One of the two main types of resistance wire used for the heating coil in an atomizer or cartomizer. The other is Kanthal.

No-Resistance Wire- The heating coils in some RBA installs require no-resistance wire leads to be attached. They allow for current to get to the heating coil through them, but the portion that is no-resistance will not get hot. The two types that are generally used are silver and nickel.

Passthrough – A Passthrough can either be a device itself or part of an electronic cigarette or mod.  If is it the device itself, you can connect your atty/carto to it and then plug it into the USB port of a computer or USB wall adapter.  It receives power through either.  Passthroughs are also built into some electronic cigarettes and mods allowing you to use them while they are charging.

Personal Charging Case (PCC) – A device that you first charge and then use to charge your electronic cigarette batteries while out on the go and away from an outlet.  These are generally used and helpful for smaller electronic cigarette models with less vape time between charges on the batteries.

Personal Vaporizer (PV) – Another name for an electronic cigarette and generally preferred by the vaping community.

Propylene Glycol (PG) – Propylene Glycol is used as a base in many e-liquids.  People have reported sensitivity and/or having an allergic reaction to PG. These people may be required to add a higher % of Vegetable Glycerin (VG) or all VG to their e-liquid in order to continue vaping.

RBA – A rebuildable atomizer. These atomizers allow you to replace or repair the wick and coil system inside of them. These types of devices are generally thought of as more advanced. They require you to manually wrap a wick of some type with resistance wire to create a coil. This assembly is then installed into the RBA.

RDA – A rebuildable dripping atomizer. These atomizers allow you to replace or repair the wick and coil system inside of them. These types of devices are generally thought of as more advanced. They require you to manually wrap a wick of some type with resistance wire to create a coil. This assembly is then installed into the RDA.  You can then drip your liquid onto the coil you just built and enjoy a vape.

RTA – A rebuildable tank atomizer. These atomizers allow you to replace or repair the wick and coil system inside of them. These types of devices are generally thought of as more advanced. They require you to manually wrap a wick of some type with resistance wire to create a coil. This assembly is then installed into the RTA.  RTAs have tanks incorporated into their design which hold e-liquid and automatically feed the wick and coil.

Resistance – Atomizers and cartomizers all have a resistance rating in Ohms.  The easiest way to think of this is that the lower the resistance rating, the “hotter” the heating element will get with less power.  This is why people will use Low Resistance (LR) atomizers of cartomizers on lower powered devices such as the EGO.  It is important to understand that voltage can be supplied to what resistance attys/cartos so that you do not burn them out.  Example, you should not use a LR atty/carto on a 5 volt device.  See the recommended voltage/resistance chart off the home page.

Resistance Wire – What the heating coil is made of. Two types are generally used, Kanthal and Nichrome.

Stacking - Stacking is the act of using two batteries in series instead of just one.  Think of it like putting two batteries, one on top of each other in a flashlight.  In order to be as safe as possible and prevent damage to yourself and your device, you should ALWAYS use matched battery pairs, devices that have vent holes, and batteries that have protection built in.

Steeping - The act of doing nothing with your juice   Some people will allow their e-liquid to steep before using it. It allows a freshly made juice’s flavors to intermingle, mature, and become all happy together. How long should you let your juice steep? A couple days? A week? Opinions will vary on this. Some vendors will even put steeping instructions in with your order. All my review juice has PLENTY of time to steep because it takes me so long to get to them! My all-days I just vape’em up when I get them. If you don’t like a juice when you first get it, give it some time to steep and try it again before you toss it!

Tank – a device that holds e-liquid and a cartomizer.  This cartomizer can either be a filler material type design or a CE-2 type design.  Examples: J-Tank (filler type), Smoktech Tanks (filler type), Vision Stone Tank (ce-2 type), Map Tanks (ce-2 or filler types)

Tank system – An electronic cigarette that combines uses an atty and a tank.  The tank site on the atty.  The atty is designed with a spike with a wick in the center of it.  The spike goes into the tank and directs e-liquid to the heating element.  It has been my experience that tank systems generally trade off some vapor, flavor, and throat hit for a more convenient method of filling.  Examples: EGO-T, EGO-C, Leo Pro.

Throat Hit (TH) – Throat Hit is the sensation or “thump” felt in the back of the throat when inhaling vapor from the mouth into the lungs.  TH is generated by many different factors including, but not limited to the e-liquid’s nicotine level, the flavorings used, the VG/PG ratio used, quality of the ingredients used, the voltage applied to the heating element, the resistance of the heating element, etc.  Generally, however, the higher the nicotine level, the greater the TH.

Unprotected vs. Protected Batteries & Devices – Protected batteries and devices will contain protection circuits.  This circuit is designed to stop the battery from charging or discharging or the device from working in certain circumstances.  These circumstances can include over-charging, over-discharging, short-circuit, and overheating.

Vaping – The act of using an electronic cigarette.  WE VAPE!!  WE DO NOT SMOKE!!  Power is supplied to a heating element which vaporizes e-liquid and that vapor is taken into the lungs providing the sensation of smoking along with nicotine if present in the e-liquid.

Variable Voltage (VV) Device – A device that will allow you to adjust the voltage to the atty/carto in small increments.  This can be done via push button settings, dials, knobs, thumb wheels, or some require a tiny screw driver to make the setting.  The settings vary between devices, but usually somewhere between 3V up to 6V.  Examples: The Provari, The Buzz Pro, The LavaTube.

Variable Wattage or Power (VW or VP) Device – A device that will allow you to adjust the wattage at which you vape rather than voltage.  To understand this, you need to understand a little about Ohms law, a variation of which states that Watts (power) = voltage˛ / resistance.  Let’s say you like to vape a 2.0 Ohm carto at 4.2 volts.  You plug the numbers in and you get 8.8 watts.  So if you had your VW device set for 8.8 watts, it will automatically adjust the voltage to always deliver that same wattage.  Which means if you now put a 3.0 Ohm carto on it, it will self adjust to 5.1V.

Vegetable Glycerin (VG) – Vegetable Glycerin is used as an alternative or addition to Propylene Glycol in e-liquids.

Vent Holes – Vent holes appear on the bottom of electronic cigarettes and mods.  These holes allow battery gases to vent in the event of a battery failure.

Voltage – Volts are supplied to the atty/carto from the battery.  Most devices, such as the EGO supply approximately 3.7V.  High voltage devices can supply between 5-6 volts.  Variable Voltage devices allow you to adjust the output voltage.  This varies between devices, but usually somewhere between 3V up to 6V.  Multi-voltage devices provide pre-determined voltage setting.  For example, a low setting could be 3.7V, a medium setting could be 4.5V, a high setting could be 6V.

VTF (Vapor, Throat Hit, Flavor) – This is a term I coined to represent the vaping experience given by a device or an e-liquid.

Watt – A measurement of power which is a function of the voltage of your device and the resistance of your atty/carto.  In some devices such as the Kick and the Darwin, your watts, not your volts, are adjustable.  Watts = Voltage (squared) of your device divided by the resistance of your carto/atty.

Wick – In the wo


We will start with Dry



This article reviews some of the benefits of vaporizing herbs in your portable vaporizer.


Herbal blends have been smoked for centuries to relieve common ailments, as well as reduce stress. Today, the act of smoking has been rendered all but obsolete with the introduction of desktop and portable vaporizers. Now users have a healthier way to inhale their favorite aromatherapy blends with a reduced negative impact on their health. Smoking an herb produces smoke which is the result of combustion of the material. The smoke produced contains numerous compounds that are by-products of the combustion process and results in the inhalation of compounds that are detrimental to human health. Over the last decade, advances in technology have created small devices which control the combustion process and utilize a temperature controlled air flow to volatilize the active ingredients of the herb. This process results in a significant decrease in the combustion of the herb and thus the toxic by-products. With vaporizer devices being small enough to fit in your pocket, smokers now have an alternative to traditional smoking.

So What Herbs Are Typically Vaporized?

Below we will review some of the common herbs which users use both desktop and portable vaporizer pens to inhale.



Vaporizing Damiana for Calming Effects

Native to Central America, the Damiana plant has an extended history for use in both medical and recreational purposes. Traditionally brewed as a tea, Damiana is also effective when utilized in a vaporizer or vaporizer pen.


Ideal Temperature: Vaporizing Damiana

Damiana has an optimal vaporization temperature of 190C (374F) and exudes a pleasant aromatic taste.


Effects: Vaporizing Damiana

Most notably used by the Mayans as an aphrodisiac, Damiana has also been used extensively to treat symptoms ranging from asthma to depression. Users typically report a calming heady high when vaporizing Damiana along with a light body buzz. Many users choose to mix Damiana with other herbs, such as cannabis, which it compliments very nicely.


Vaporizing Green Tea for Multiple Aliments

Green Tea in various forms has been long known to Chinese medicine. The green tea leaves have been prepared in numerous mediums for thousands of years. Traditionally prepared as a tea, the benefits of green tea leaves are well suited for vaporization as well. The pleasant tea-like flavor of the vapor is known to posses numerous health benefits from aiding in alleviating depression to soothing aches and pains.


Ideal Temperature: Vaporizing Green Tea Leaves

Green Tea has an optimal vaporization temperature of 178C (353F) at which the predominant stimulant compound, caffeine, vaporizers.

Effects: Vaporizing Green Tea

Users typically report vaporizing green tea produces a soothing effect however, at elevated temperatures the caffeine content produces increased energy levels. Many users report that the caffeine buzz will present faster and the duration shorter than preparing the leaves as a tea. The caffeine “buzz” is not intense with reports comparing it similar to a cup of bold coffee. In addition to the stimulating effects, many users have found that vaporizing the leaves has numerous effects such as: anti-irritant, anti-ache anti-depressive, as well as easing digestion.


Vaporizing Chamomile for Stress & Digestion

Chamomille is a great herb to use in your portable vaporizer Summary: Vaporizing Camomile

Chamomile has been acknowledged for hundreds of years to aid in the relief of stress, indigestion, headaches, anxiety, and depression. Typically prepared as tea for the relief of stress symptoms and indigestion, chamomile is well suited for portable and desktop vaporizers. Vaporizing chamomile has been reported to provide a feeling of relaxation and mild euphoria. Chamomile has been used by many in blends with other herbs, such as cannabis and sativa, to produce a combined effect that users report increases the stress reducing effect.


Ideal Temperature: Vaporizing Chamomile

Chamomile has an optimal vaporization temperature of 190C (374F) and produces a distinctive taste which user opinion tends to be split about.


Effects: Vaporizing Chamomile

Most commonly prepared as a tea, chamomile has been used in the aid of disgestion and as a sleep aid for centuries. The effects of chamomile are well documented and utilized my many herbal practitioners. Although chamomile is well suited for both desktop and portable vaporizers however, the fresh herb maybe used with higher temperature desktop vaporizers. Many users have reported that the use of chamomile in blends with their cannibus, particularly sativa dominant strains, helps to alleviate the edge associated with such cannabis strains.


Vaporizing Peppermint for Multiple Uses

Best herbs to use in portable vaporizers Summary: Vaporizing Peppermint

Peppermint is favorite among vaporizer enthusiasts for its soothing effects and pleasurable taste. Peppermint is used in many common consumables such as gums and OTC medicines for its soothing effects for numerous symptoms. In addition, peppermint is also well suited for vaporizing and many other mediums for its pleasurable taste which can over power some of the undesirable tastes of other herbs.


Ideal Temperature: Vaporizing Peppermint

Peppermint has an optimal vaporization temperature of 124C (255F) and has a pleasurable soothing taste.


Effects: Vaporizing Peppermint

Commonly used in many everyday consumables, peppermint is typically associated with soothing symptoms of asthma, allergies, and nausea. In addition, peppermint vaporization has been reported to have anti-infective properties which can alleviate mucus associated with common colds and sinus infections. The refreshing taste of peppermint is used by vaporization enthusiasts to reduce the harsh taste of many other soothing herbs.


Vaporizing Hops

Best herbs to vaporize with include hops summary: Vaporizing Hops

Most well known for their use in beer, hops also make a great vaporizer herb! A subtle and complex flavor is complimented by what many report as a soothing mild euphoria.


Ideal Temperature: Vaporizing Hops

Hops have a range for optimal vaporization suitable for most portable vaporizer pens.


Effects: Vaporizing Hops

Many report that using aromatic hop varieties provide a mild euphoria and a relaxing effect. However, since there are many different types of hops the effects have been known to vary widely. It is generally recommended that users try different types to find the one that is best suited for their needs. Typically the flavors are described as woody, floral, sweet, spicy, and sometimes minty. Many users report they vape hops strictly for the pleasurable taste especially when used in conjunction with other herbs.



Vaporizing Lavender for Multiple Uses

Best herbs to vaporize with include lavender Summary: Vaporizing Lavender

Well known to have an exceptional taste as well as numerous uses for treating issues such as insomnia and pain relief. Lavender is reported to have a relatively narrow vaporization temperature making well suited for highly controlled desktop vaporizers, however many have reported that using it in a blend with other herbs provides a fantastic taste.


Ideal Temperature: Vaporizing Lavender

Lavender has an optimal vaporization temperature of 130C (266F) and exudes a pleasant taste.


Effects: Vaporizing Lavender

Lavender effects have been widely reported to include; relaxation, pain relief (especially for headaches and muscle aches), anxiety relief, and a general sense of well being. It has been reported that the effects of vaporizing lavender can take up to 10 mins for the full effects to set in, so take your time and remember to grind the dried lavender well and use smaller quantities before vaping.


Vaporizing Cannibus (Marijuana)

Best herbs to vaporize cannibus Summary: Vaporizing Cannibus

Utilized for medical and recreational purposes by many, marijuana has well documented beneficial effects. Many around the world smoke or vaporize marijuana for medical reasons including the treatment of pains associated with numerous cancer treatments, relief of severe anxiety and relief of depression. Although many smoke cannibus for medical treatments, a larger amount of users partake in smoking herb for recreational purposes, often for the effects that the medical community cites. Although illegal in many areas, the recreational use of marijuana has been gaining legal acceptance around many states within the United States. As of the date of this article, 14 US states have legalized the use of recreational marijuana. The benefits of vaporizing marijuana are numerous including; health, cost savings, taste, and reduction of the distinct odor. Today many portable vaporizers are designed primarily for the vaporization of marijuana.


Ideal Temperature: Vaporizing Cannibus

Damiana has an optimal vaporization temperature of 185C (365F) and exudes a distinct taste dependent upon the strain.


Effects: Vaporizing Cannibus

Many have noted many pleasurable effects of smoking cannibus, including a sense of euphoria, it opens up your consciousness, relaxation and increased appetite. The use of marijuana recreationally has been prevalent for centuries and is mainly reported to be useful for the reduction of stress, Fibromyalgia, anxiety and as a sleeping aid (Sleep Apnoea). With that said, others have reported that the smoking of marijuana has had the opposite effect especially for first time users. The effect of smoking herb has been well documented to become more desirable as the body becomes familiar with the effects. Recreational users, who enjoy the effects, have reported that it is often not until the third or fourth time which they realize the pleasurable effects of smoking cannibus. There are numerous reasons to vaporize marijuana. Users often cite the health benefits of vaporizer pens due to the fact that the toxic combustion components are nearly eliminated (6,000) in proper vaporization, making vaporizer pens perfectly suited for those who do not wish to smoke. Users often report that the high of vaporization is different than smoking principally because it is only the active ingredient being vaporized which provides a mellow soothing euphoria rather than a head high. Another reason vaporizers are beneficial for herb, is that they are generally accepted as a producing a smoother taste without any of the harsh smoke produced when burning marijuana. Portable vaporizers like the VaporX XRT Vaporizer Pen also reduce the odor associated with smoking cannibus, allowing users to smoke in areas which a traditional cigarette would be easily recognized. The taste produced from vaporizing herb is also noted to be smoother and less harsh, again due to the fact that many of the typically combustion by-products are eliminated. Today there are a plethora of different vaporizers both portable vape pens and desktops versions, which provide users a healthier and less expensive alternative to traditional marijuana cigarettes.

To be continued

Cannibus you mite say?

Annual Deaths:

 Motor Vehicle Crashes 26,26,347
                          Tobacco 435,000
           PoorDiet/Exercise 365,000
                              Alcohol 85,000
            Prescription Drugs 32,000
                           Homicide 20,308
                                 Aspirin 7,600
                                  Peanuts 100
                                    Marijuana 0

or is it that it opens up your conshiness, that you mite not like your self?

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