All About Vaporization

All About Vaporization

Vaporization, or volatilization is a process which releases the essential, active elements of a substance without burning it. Vaporization implements a cutting-edge convection technology which releases just enough heat and air to discharge these vital elements but not enough heat and air to actually combust the material.

When tobacco is smoked, the plant itself is burned. This burning creates carcinogenic and otherwise toxic substances such as tar and carbon monoxide.

In contrast, when tobacco is vaporized it will release only its active element, nicotine, in the form of an inhaleable mist.

Vaporization produces NO smoke, little or no tar or other toxic elements. This is because, unlike combustion, vaporization does not induce substantial denaturing of the substance. When a substance is “denatured”, its chemical make-up may change when catalyzed by, for example, flame. New compounds are then created which were not inherent in the plant itself.

  • Vaporization does not substantially alter the compounds being vaporized.
  • Vaporization does not create any elements that were not originally present in the source material.
  • Vaporization yields only the pure flavor and active substance of the tobacco without the carcinogenic byproducts.

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