How to add Butane To Lighter

The vaporizer consist of 2 parts. You have your butane lighter
torch, and you have your vapor filter. The torch holds the Butane gas,
and is the component which acts as a lighter, similar to many Butane
lighter as you will see in the video. The vapor filter is where you
would inhale vapors and place your tobacco, herbs. Please reference
the pictures bellow.

Butane can be found at any gas station. If you are still having
difficulties please feel free to send me an email. Thank you and have
a great day.

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Healthier To Vape Than Smoke

Medical applications

Using a vaporizer to quit smoking

Tobacco smoke contains tars, toxic gasses and radioactive particles which pollute the lungs and harm other vital organs as well. Though the addiction to tobacco occurs due to its nicotine content, it’s the other chemicals in smoke which are harmful to our health. Obviously it’s much easier to quit smoking than to quit using tobacco. To quit smoking, all one has to do is put the tobacco in a vaporizer. To quit using tobacco entirely is of course much harder because of nicotine’s addictive qualities.
There are some people who use tobacco for the sole purpose of rolling cannabis cigarettes, or joints. The tobacco keeps the joint burning so one doesn’t need to relight it all the time. But with a vaporizer such people can enjoy the benefits of cannabis without the need to add tobacco. Especially for patients using medical marijuana it would be much better to simply use a vaporizer than joints.
safer alternative
Cannabis is one of the most popular smoked herbs in the world, not because it is physically or mentally addictive, but because users experience certain benefits. But cannabis smoke does in fact contain more tars than tobacco smoke. That’s why it is advisable to quit smoking cannabis too, and start vaporizing it!

Using a vaporizer to self-administer medicinal cannabis

Cannabis sativa and Cannabis indica are two types of hemp with high concentrations of medically useful properties. Though used by many for spiritual and/or recreational purposes, more and more people are discovering that it can be used to alleviate certain types of physical discomfort more effectively than synthetic painkillers, tranquilizers, and other types of medication can.

Although for some illnesses medical cannabis could be ingested, most patients prefer to smoke it. Smoking gives an immediate effect, and once one has achieved the desired level of relief one can just stop smoking it. The effect of cannabis in pills or tablets has a slower onset (especially on a full stomach) and it is more difficult to dose: the tablet(s) may not be strong enough, or conversely the effect may be stronger than one needs and desires. This is why doctors often prescribe cannabis cigarettes (joints) rather than tablets or pills.

medical marijuana patient
Cannabis is sometimes prescribed as an antiemetic to patients undergoing chemotherapy to diminish their nausea. Since the nausea doesn’t allow them to keep anything in their stomach, including tablets, smoking (or vaporizing) is their only option.

In 1996 MAPS (the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies) teamed up with NORML (the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) for a study which compares two simple vaporizers with bongs (water pipes), joints with a filter and joints without one. The smoke or vapour of each was analyzed to determine the amount of solid particles (tar) and the three main cannabinoids. The different means of administration were then rated on the basis of their tar/cannabinoid ratio. The two vaporizers tested 25% better than joints without a filter (the second best means of administration).

the Volcano vaporizer
In 2006 researchers of the University of Leiden tested the high-tech Volcano vaporizer, containing pure THC preparations. Their conclusion was that “the results of our research suggest that device offers patients a safe and effective means of administering cannabinoids. The resulting absorption of THC in the lungs is comparable to the smoking of cannabis, but without the harmful effects to the respiratory tract.”

In 2007 the University of California, San Fransisco, published the results of their investigation in the Official Journal of the American Academy of Neurology. It said that “Using CO as an indicator, there was virtually no exposure to harmful combustion products using the vaporizing device. Since it replicates smoking’s efficiency at producing the desired THC effect using smaller amounts of the active ingredient as opposed to pill forms, this device has great potential for improving the therapeutic utility of THC.”

the Volcano vaporizer
When using plant material (flower tops) instead of pure THC preparations, several other cannabinoids as well as a range of other plant components including terpenoids were detected. However, using pure THC in the Volcano Vaporizer, no degradation products (delta-8-THC, cannabinol or unknown compounds) were detected through HPLC analysis. Also, a substantially larger fraction of the THC was delivered to the vapor by using pure THC.

Analysis of the vapor from the Volcano found that using multiple passes it delivered 36% – 61% of the THC in the sample. A more recent study using pure cannabinoid preparations achieved a maximum of 54%. As a comparison, studies of joints smoked via a smoking machine under varying conditions of puff duration and air speed found very similar efficiencies of 34% to 61%. In other words: users can achieve the desired effect with a similar amount of material as when smoking.

These positive results are in contrast to MAPS/NORML’s studies in 1996 which found less encouraging results. As already mentioned above, in this study two simple vaporizer models were tested against water pipes and filtered and unfiltered joints. The smoke produced by each was analyzed for solid particulates (tars) and 3 major cannabinoids. As far as the cannabinoid-to-tar ratio was concerned, the two vaporizers performed up to 25% better than unfiltered joints (second best) in terms of tar emission. However, both vaporizers produced over ten times more tars than cannabinoids, which might relate to the low potency (2.3%) of the NIDA-supplied cannabis used in the study. Surprisingly, the same study found that bongs and filtered joints performed 30% worse than regular, unfiltered joints. The reason was that water pipes and filters filter out psychoactive THC along with the tars, thereby demanding users to smoke more in order to reach their desired effect. The study did not, however, rule out the possibility that water pipes could have other benefits, such as filtering out harmful gases like carbon monoxide. That the results of this study were less encouraging than the studies done by the University of Leiden (in 2006) and the University of California (2007) indicates that the type of vaporizer (the technology used) strongly affects the quality of the vapor.

These studies have not measured the presence of toxic gasses, such as ammonia, hydrogen cyanide and carbon monoxide, though previous studies have indicated unquantified decreases in carbon monoxide with vaporization.

Although vapor is much purer than smoke, using a vaporizer does not completely eliminate respiratory irritation. A puff of strong vaporized cannabis will occasionally cause coughing. This however, could be due to THC itself, which is known to have a strong expectorant effect. It might be as well that one is vaporizing at a temperature that is too high.


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What Is A Vaporizer?

What is a vaporizer?

A vaporizer is a device that heats up dried herbs to a temperature at which they release their active components into an aromatic vapor. In this process the herb is not scorched, burned or combusted, and thus no smoke is generated. Although vapor may appear to resemble smoke, it doesn’t contain any of the toxic particles (tar, benzene, toluene, naftalene etc.) which make smoking such a health hazard.

So what exactly does this vapor contain?

Aromatherapy and phyto-inhalation

Plants and trees contain numerous volatile oils, most of which we perceive as pleasing aromas. When we walk through a forest and notice the smell of pine, we are smelling the etheric oils given off by these trees. Or when we walk past a field of lavender, it is the etheric oils in the flowers that enter our nostrils. Many of these oils are not simply pleasing to our senses, but have a measurable effect on our health and well-being as well. Lavender oil, for example, calms the nerves, improves sleep, and was used in Greece, Rome and Persia to disinfect sick rooms.
Aroma Therapy

Throughout history and all around the world the essential oils of eucalyptus, rosemary, chamomile, jasmine, cannabis, lemon balm, rose, sage and thyme have been used in perfumes and incense mixtures for their beneficial effects on the body and mind.

A vaporizer is a device which is used to free the active components of medicinal or recreational herbs so they can be inhaled for immediate effects. Vaporizing is a cleaner, healthier and more efficient alternative to smoking and incensing.

What is the difference between smoke and vapor?

Burning incense involves carbonization while smoking involves the combustion of plant material. In both cases the smoke contains enormous amounts of toxic byproducts such as solid particles (tar) and gasses like nitric oxide. These byproducts irritate the mouth, throat and lungs, and give off noxious odors. Moreover, the high and uncontrolled combustion temperature destroys a large percentage of the active ingredients so one needs more of the plant material to obtain a similar effect.
Burning incense

A vaporizer directs a flow of hot air through the plant material so the active components melt and create an aromatic vapor. Ideally this vapor doesn’t contain any tars or unwanted gasses. The vapor can be filtered and cooled down with water or ice before it’s inhaled, or blown into a portable plastic balloon. After vaporization one is not left with ashes, but the solid remains of the herb, devoid of its original color and aroma. This is why cleaning a vaporizer is so easy: for most vaporizers it doesn’t take more effort than turning its filling chamber upside down over a dust bin.

The above-mentioned process of directing hot air through plant material is called convection. Some vaporizers heat up the herb through conduction, which means the herbs are placed on a metal plate which is then heated. But direct contact with the hot metal can scorch the herbs. That is why this is not a preferred method, and is rarely employed in modern vaporizers.
Most quality vaporizers are relatively large and need a source of electricity, which makes them impractical for outdoor use. For such purposes small glass vaporizers can be very useful. A torch lighter is used to heat the air around the herb, which then gives off its aromatic vapor. This vapor isn’t necessarily of less quality than that given off by the electronic vaporizers. Glass vaporizers are generally more fragile though, and cleaning or refilling may require a little more effort. There are also electronic vaporizers which have a battery pack, and as mentioned before others fill balloons that can be taken anywhere (as long as they are emptied within approximately 15 minutes).

The history of the vaporizer in a nutshell

The vaporizing of medicinal plants has been going on for centuries, but only in recent years this method has been applied to the use of cannabis.

In 1993 Cherokee medicine man Eagle Bill was introduced to vaporizing by a Californian cannabis grower. The method consisted of using a heat gun to vaporize the THC.

Eagle Bill Vaporizer pipe
Since this time Eagle Bill has modified this simple idea to become what is known as “Eagle Bill’s peace pipe of the future”. To make vaporization more easily available to everyone, he came up with the Shake & Vape. The design of this pipe is based on the ancient Egyptian custom of heating stones in order to vaporize herbs.

BC Vaporizer
In 1994 a company in Canada developed the first electric vaporizer prototypes. In 1995, an article about their BC vaporizer has been published in the Vancouver Times (“It heats up to the point where it doesn’t smoke but vaporizes the THC; it re-condenses in your lungs”).

In 1996 the BC vaporizer was tested by MAPS and NORML’s “Marijuana water-pipe and Vaporizer Study.”

When the Dutch cannabis enthusiast Evert heard about vaporization (in 1995) he started developing his own vaporizer, De Verdamper, which has gone through many changes since then and is now considered to be one of the best vaporizers around.

In Germany in 1996, Markus Storz began with the development of vaporizers and filed a patent for the removable valve balloon of the “Volcano inhaler” in January 1998, followed by the patent filed in August 2000 for his invention of the heating block as a heat exchanger for “hot air extraction inhalers”. In the same year, the company “Vapormed Inhalatoren” was founded and the production and sale of the Volcano vaporizer began.

In 2006 researchers of the University of Leiden tested the high-tech Volcano vaporizer, containing pure THC preparations. Both this and the MAPS/NORML study mentioned earlier had very encouraging results, which you can read about on our medical applications page.

Volcano Vaporizer

In 2008 the Irish company Oglesby & Butler introduced a cordless vaporizer that is about the size of a smartphone. The iolite was the first portable vaporizer that features a built in piezo ignition and butane reservoir. A built-in thermostat keeps the temperature at around 374° F / 190° C.

A few years later, the Magic Flight Launch Box entered the portable vaporizer market. This tiny wooden box utilizes a combination of infrared and conduction heating by using a single AA battery as its power source. Its quick heat-up time (capable of heating up to 380° within seconds) along with the compact dimensions make it one of today’s most popular and praised portable vaporizers.



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