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What is Vaping? | Vaping 101 Educational Webinar Series

What is Vaping? | Vaping 101 Educational Webinar Series

Good day guys, Matt from VapeFuse Australia here. Back again to help keep you up-to-date with the latest and greatest in herb vaping news and technology. Now, in my role as Operations Manager of Vape Fuse Australia I’ve personally tested over a hundred portable in desktop vaporizers, so that I can help you guys gain a bit more of an accurate impression and what our line of devices is all about.

The end game of this really is to help of the purchase decision, as we know the purchasing a vaporizer can be a bit of an investment. The reason we’re so passionate about vaping and vaporizers though, we really think that it’s a benefit to people to quit smoking and start vaping, as it’s going to lead be able to, make you live a longer life and ultimately be a happier person.

So before we get into that, I’m just going to stop on the first point that we usually get asked when people approach us and that is what is vaping? Now, the most common sort of example that I can think of when it comes to vaping is a kettle full of water.

So you’ve got a kettle, you fill it up with water which is in essence a liquid substance you put it on the boil to heat and then while it’s heating up, the water vapor that escapes from that kettle is, it’s pretty much just a gas, so it’s just the heated form with matter, that’s being converted into a gas and vaping is basically the same thing.

So many of you have probably heard of e-cigarettes or liquid nicotine or something along those lines and that’s pretty much the same as the kettle. It’s a liquid substance that’s heated, to expel a gas, which is just not heated up to the extent that it’s going to turn into smoke and combust.

When we’re talking about vaping herbs, I like to use oil as an example. Now, oil of course combusts, which water will not, so water will just turn completely into vapor whereas oil, when heated up to a certain extent, so 88 degrees for Olive oil and a lot higher say 120 degrees for Coconut oil, at that stage it combusts, but prior to that it’s still just a mists of vapor, so it atomizes a little bit.

Now, with herbs, it’s the same thing, many herbs like Chamomile, Damiana, Lavender pitched next to me, have essential oils inside of them that when vaporized, they’re emitted and can can sort of help you in some ways.

So, a Lavender for example, helps with relaxation and helps you sleep. Damiana, can be used for something similar, so when you’re vaping herbs, it’s a little bit more tricky than when you’re vaping, its the simple liquid material, but the thought process behind it, is basically the same.

Thanks for checking out this video guys and make sure to check out the rest of the line to find out what vaping is all about. Thanks


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