Vape World's Resources Page
Our "What is a Vaporizer" page is a great place to start whether you're new to vaporization, or if you're a senior vaporist and just interested in seeing the newest methods of vaporizing. We go into the history of vaporizers all the way back to the early 90's and why they are the future. We also talk about two main types of vaporizers; Convection and Conduction, and the 2 main methods of vaporization: Forced Air (Balloon), and Direct Draw via Whip or Mouthpiece.
Vaporizing is quickly becoming very popular, and for good reason. However, many people are surprised to learn just how long vaporizing has been around for. There are accounts of vaporizing that date back to ancient Egypt. Although they may have been primitive compared to today's digital devices, the concept was still the same!
Most vaporizers heat aromatherapy blends by way of convection, conduction, or a combination of the two. Here we talk about the differences between the methods behind vaporization.
Twenty years ago there was no vaporization industry. Today, there are dozens of vaporizer manufacturers, ranging from small shops turning out handcrafted vaporizers to large, established manufacturers looking to expand their product line.
The portable vaporizer has not just been around since the early days of modern vaporization, it was a portable that began it all. Eagle Bill Amato, described in our first article as the Father of Vapor, created an affordable vaporizer that anyone could use.
The improved portability of next generation designs like Pax is helping to vault vaporizers from a previously niche market into the mainstream. Until now, the typical vaporizer consumer was an early adopter (think iPhone 1): they had already researched vaporization, and had likely used or even owned a vaporizer in the past.
Your next option is the "Volcano Vaporizer Option Guide". Even if you're brand new to the world of vaporization, you've probably heard of the Volcano Vaporizer. There are two main choices; Volcano Digit, and Volcano Classic. Check our guide to see which option is best suited for you
Don’t feel like spending over $500 for a Volcano Vaporizer; don’t worry we have many options available. We categorize this page by titles such as: "Why Even Purchase a Vaporizer" with a more in depth look at all options available. We also include a Which Vaporizer is Best For Me article that breaks it down by taste, value and more. On this page we also include articles on vaporization systems based on ratings, type of air involved, digital vaporizers and portable vaporizers.
Vaporizing is the technique of raising the temperature of aromatic blends in order to release desirable components in the form of vapor without reaching combustion. In this article we give you some tips to get the best possible vapor.