Vaping for Beginners: Your Guide to How Vape Pens Work
Vaping for Beginners: A Complete Guide to How to Use a Vape Pen
In the next few years, there will be 55 million vapers in the world. Join the vaping masses by learning how to use a vape pen.
The United States has one of the biggest vaping economies in the world. More and more people are vaping each day. If you're looking for a vape pen how to use it is important knowledge.
Here's what you should know about how to use vaporizer pen.
Vape Pen 101
Vape pens are the future for a variety of legitimate reasons. Expect to hear about vape pens more and more in the coming years.
A vape pen lets you turn dried herbs, concentrate, e-liquid or oil into vapor you can inhale. Vape pens are highly popular because they are discrete, scentless, and smoke-free.
Vape pens are highly portable and compact. They usually fit right in your pocket or purse. You can take them anywhere with you and use them secretly.
When you smoke pot, it generates a smell. However, the chance of someone noticing you using a vape pen is slim. Marijuana users love vape pens for these reasons.
Vape pens are fast-acting. In a matter of seconds, you're able to enjoy quality vapor on demand.
Using a vape pen is also a good alternative to smoking cigarettes. Vapor doesn't damage your lungs as much as smoke does. Making the switch is a good way of avoiding health problems.
Vape Pen Parts
The average vape pen is made up of different parts. Let's start with the mouthpiece, the place where you put your mouth. You inhale smoke through the mouthpiece.
The tank or chamber is attached to the mouthpiece. You either have a refillable tank or a pre-filled cartridge. Both will have a mouthpiece.
Underneath the tank/cartridge is the atomizer. The atomizer generates heat for vaporization. (Honestly, vaping should be called "atomizing" in the first place.)
The atomizer is usually made to deal with either dry herb or concentrates. Some are designed to handle both materials. Never put dry herb into a concentrate atomizer or oil into a dry herb atomizer.
(Note: The atomizer is sometimes called the clearomizer or cartomizer. These words are interchangeable for the same component.)
The battery is the powerhouse of the vape pen. It's this lithium-ion battery that lets you vape without any wires attached. You'll have to recharge the battery in order to power your vape pen.
Your vape pen might also come with sensors and software. This software is used to regulate temperature. It also might be used to detect when someone is inhaling or attempting to shut off the unit.
The power button allows you to turn the vape pen on/off. It sometimes also lets you determine the intensity of the pull you get.
Every vape pen comes with a charger. You'll have to unscrew the tank or cartridge from the vape pen in order to charge it. The charger is often a USB charger that plugs into a computer or a wall unit.
How To Use a Vape Pen
As vape pens become more popular, people are wondering how to use a vape pen.
First, you must learn how to load a vape pen. You'll have to screw a pre-filled cartridge into the vape pen into the atomizer or use a refillable tank. Fill a refillable tank with oil, concentrate, or dry herb.
Never put a leaking cartridge or tank into your vape pen unit. If the liquid makes contact with the battery, you'll ruin the whole device. Remember: Don't mix substances unless your atomizer is made for it.
When you press the power button, it causes the battery to power up the heating coil system. The heating coil system causes the atomizer to heat up to approximately 400 degrees F or 205 degrees C. This temperature allows the atomizer to vaporize your concentrate/oil/herb.
Some vape pens let you control the temperature on your vape pen. Around 400 degrees F is the sweet spot, but different temperatures affect how high you get. Different temperatures unleash more of the terpenes in marijuana.
If you're a heavy vape pen user, make sure you invest in a good battery. The better your battery is, the better it can handle long vaping sessions. The bigger your battery, the stronger it will be.
By the way, keep your battery charged. If your vape pen doesn't have an automatic "shut off" feature, you could be wasting your vape pen's energy.
Buy cartridges from reputable dealers. You should know the percentage of THC, nicotine, or any other substance available in every cartridge you buy. Flavored cartridges tend to not have as much of a given compound as they claim to have.
If you're vaping a thicker concentrate, you'll need a stronger heating coil to heat up the concentrate properly. Without it, your atomizer might not be able to heat up a thicker substance.
Lower temperatures produce more flavorful hits that are easier on your throat. Higher temperatures create more powerful hits. You'll have to find temperatures that work for you.
Make sure your refillable tank is made of glass. E-Juices made of substances like cinnamon or menthol can warp plastic tanks. Feel free to experiment with different flavors of e-juice, but do your research on the ingredients as well.
Start Vaping Your Dreams Into Reality
More than 9 million adults vape frequently in the United States. Learning how to use a vape pen is one of the best decisions you'll ever make.
Around 1 out of 4 former-cigarette smokers are vaping. Vape pens help people enjoy vaping on their own terms.
Join the future of vaping and invest in a vape pen. It'll change your life.