Techniques to Increase Vaporizer Efficiency

Techniques to Increase Vaporizer Efficiency

There are several techniques that you can implement to insure that you are getting the most benefit from your materialal vaporizer. The basic concept behind an materialal vaporizer is its ability to extract active ingredients from whatever aromatic blend you are using it for. The active ingredients are turned into a vapor that is inhaled into your lungs.

Considering the intricacies of the human body, it stands to reason that using techniques that affect your system as a whole have an affect on the absorption of materials in your body. One such technique involves the hydration of your body. Just as drinking fluids affects the digestive process, the skin and the body's ability to absorb vitamins and minerals, drinking plenty of water prior to using a vaporizer changes the efficiency with which your body absorbs the vapors. By hydrating yourself at least one hour before using a vaporizer, you increase your body's ability to absorb and transport the active ingredients of the aromatic blend throughout your system.

By utilizing proper breathing techniques with your vaporizer, you will enhance the efficiency of your material ingredients as well. The density of the vapor is affected by how you use the vaporizer with the materials to prepare the vapor. Once the vapor is inhaled into the lungs, however, the concentration of the vapor that is actually absorbed by the body depends on the breathing techniques that you employ. This depends on your chosen material and your desired effect. Generally, for a higher concentration of active ingredients to be absorbed, a good technique of breathing is to inhale the vapor from the vaporizer, hold the vapor in your lungs for a few seconds and then exhale.

The coarseness or fineness to which you grind your materials for use in a vaporizer has a large effect on the efficiency and absorption of vapor. Since a vaporizer does not burn aromatic blends, but heats the material to create vapor, the more finely ground your aromatic blend is, the more active ingredients are released from it. This in turn creates a denser vapor with less air. As you inhale and hold the vapor in your lungs, more of that vapor contains the vaporized material resulting in a greater concentration being absorbed by the body.


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