Health Benefits of Vaporizers

Health Benefits of Vaporizers 


It's no secret that herbal smoke contains a ton of nasty hazardous toxins and carcinogens that we really shouldn’t be inhaling, such as carbon monoxide, tar and other pollutants. These toxins are widely considered to be the leading cause of smoking related cancers. The toxins are released when burning the herb at high temperatures, 900+ degrees!

Give your poor lungs a break! 

Most herbs only contain a couple ingredients we want to inhale, which vaporize around 140-200 degrees. Vaporizing your herb is great because the vapor is refined. They gently heat your herb until the active ingredients are released as vapor, not burning the plant in the process.

The list of herbs you can use in a vaporizer is endless. You can use your favourite herbs for many medicinal purposes. Practitioners of Chinese medicine use herbs to help fight certain ailments and conditions. You can use dried herbs from a garden or purchase from herbal stores. Sage is used to help people suffering from insomnia. Eucalyptus is native to Australia and helps clear the sinuses. Jasmine and lemon offers a pick-me-up of energy and mood. Lavender and chamomile is great to reduce stress and relax. Rosemary and sandalwood help fight depressive feelings..... These are just a few common herbs used with vaporizers. A herbal expert can help you create a blend that may be ideal for specific conditions such as a reducing stress and lowering depressive moods.

Vaporization as a method for delivery of therapeutic substances can work better since it goes straight into your blood vessels through the lungs.

Vaporizers are the future of herbal remedies and are recognised worldwide as one of the more efficient and safe methods for delivery of therapeutic substances.

Now, you know the different health benefits of vaporization, you have to try it to believe it.


Discover the health benefits of a vaporizer today:


Vaporization reduces by-products such as carbon monoxide, tar or other carcinogenic elements


Vapor is considerably cooler than smoke and less likely to damage lung tissue.


Vaporization is a refined, more concentrated effect and requires less of the substance than if smoked or ingested.


Note: This article is provided for your information only and may not be construed as medical advice or instruction. No action or inaction should be taken based solely on the contents of this information; instead, readers should consult appropriate health professionals on any matter relating to their health and well-being.