A manual for vaping
You’ve probably heard about vaping, especially in recent years. Some people find it to be a fun way to consume cannabis, and one popular device for cannabis vaping is the Weed Pen. Others find vaping to be a little debatable. To clear up any confusion, we’ve put together a quick introduction to vaping that covers the many types of vaping, including the Weed Pen, how to vape, various vape accessories, cartridges, and more. The video is below.
What Components Make Up A Weed Pen?
A vape pen typically has 4 pieces in total.
The cannabis oil that will be vaporized is contained in cartridges. Usually made of plastic, they can be used up until the concentrate inside runs out. After that, merely throw the cart in the trash and buy a new one.
2.) Atomizer—this is the heating component that turns the oil into vapor.
3.) Battery – the battery, which is often rechargeable, heats the concentrate. Some batteries need you to press a button, while others are activated by inhalation.
4.) Mouthpiece—this one should go without saying. Your vapor is inhaled in this area of the thc vape.
Is Vaping Safe?
You might be hesitant to attempt vaping with all the media and horror stories out there. While it may appear that vaping is significantly riskier than smoking a joint, this is not always the case. To be clear, we are not endorsing one method of cannabis consumption over another (we are not scientists), but we can tell you that there is a significant quality difference between concentrates sold on the legal market and those sold on the black market.
The most crucial stage in the production of most concentrates is to remove all the undesirable compounds and potentially harmful components from the extract so that you don’t consume it. Products made for the black market typically skip this step because it doesn’t follow the same rules as the legal market.
The outcome? When people buy concentrates and carts off the illicit market, they find inhaling substances that are really bad for the human body. Please only buy your carts and concentrates from legal market vendors, just as a sincere word of caution. Although it could be more expensive, the safety and confidence that you are purchasing safe products is absolutely worth it.