Tuesday, October 4, 2016

G Pen Elite Vaporizer for Ground Material

G-Pen Elite Vaporizer

G Pen Elite Vaporizer for Ground Material Designed for superior vaporization of your ground material, The G PEN Elite brings the same style and quality you've come to expect from Grenco Science and improves upon it. Ergonomic Design The G PEN line is known for its style, and The Elite has taken that to the next level. The new ergonomic design features a compact body engineered for ultimate portability without sacrificing its stylish appearance. State of the Art Technology The G Pen Elite features custom temperatures and a brilliant new LED interface that shows the current temperature and battery life. It takes only 30 seconds to heat up, even with one of the largest chambers on the market. This fully ceramic chamber allows for 360% heating on all sides, which provides unparalleled flavor. How it Works Fully charge the device (minimum of 3 hours). Remove the mouthpiece by gripping both sides firmly in one hand and lifting one side upward. Fully load the chamber with your preferred ground material. Power on the device by pressing the front panel button 5 times (press 5 times again to turn off). Use the side buttons to select your preferred vaporization temperature. Hold the front panel button down for one second, release, and wait. Once the LED display indicates that your selected temperature has been reached, you can begin to draw from the vaporizer. Maintenance Use a small cleaning brush between every time you empty the device. This will help remove any residual debris from the chamber. For a deeper clean, cotton swabs and isopropyl alcohol can be used. The chamber should be fully dried before subsequent use. What's in the Box Rechargeable G Pen Elite Vaporizer for Ground Material 1 G Pen USB Charging Cable 1 G Pen Tool 1 G Card

Original microG Vaporizer, GS-MICRO-OG

Original microG Vaporizer

MicroG Vaporizer The original microG by Grenco Science may be micro in size, but delivers large clouds of vapor at the push of a button. Designed to vaporize solid concentrates quickly and efficiently, the microG easily fits in your pocket for on-the-go use. Simple loading and simple operation makes the microG one of the most user-friendly portable vaporizers available. At 4” in length, the microG is sleek, stealthy, fits in the palm of your hand, and is one of the smallest solid concentrate vaporizers available. Even when you are out and about, you’ll always have access to high-quality vapor. Load As You Go Use the supplied G Keychain with micro Tool to load your solid concentrate onto the heating element of the G coil. Replace the mouthpiece and press the button to engage the heater. Inhale slowly for best results. Portable Power The rechargeable Lithium-ion battery is designed to provide a long lasting charge for up to two days of use. An automatic shutoff feature turns the G coil off after 15 seconds of continuous heating, to help prolong the battery’s charge. What's in the Box 2x microG Vaporizer - 2x microG Batteries - 2x microG Coils - 2x microG Mouthpieces G Keychain with micro Tool 5x microG Mouthpiece Sleeves A/C Adapter with USB 2x G Glass Containers User Manual For more information on the microG, visit our Knowledge Base. Recommended for you Snoop Dogg | G Pen Vaporizer Snoop Dogg | G Pen Vaporizer $74.95 Shop G Pen Vaporizer G Pen Vaporizer $69.95 Shop Recently Viewed G Pen Elite Vaporizer $169.95 Shop PAX 2 Vaporizer $199.99 Shop

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Remember when your parents said don't do that?

Well that is what the big companies are saying about vaping. Not only the tobacco companies , but any corporations that benefits from people buying cigarettes or getting sick and dying from then.


Vaping saves lives and that is a fact people. Some companies pay people to write articles and even create websites to deceive us. Billions of dollars are made for these companies every year that benefit from tobacco sells and medical related expenses people getting sick.

Getting back to remembering what when your parents used to tell you not to do this or that. Well that just made kids want to do it anyway. So what I'm telling you if you are a smoker don't listen them. The best advise I can give you is to ask people that vape why do they do it. Most people that use vaporizers or e-cigs will gladly explain why they vape. That is all the truth you need. Remember that old saying try it you'll like it. TRY IT.
When someone ask me why I vape the first thing I think of is that they are really asking for help. They don't want to smoke any more and it's too expensive. Every time they search the internet all they hear are bad things about vaping. Recently it has been reported the e-cigs are 95% safer the tobacco.
Yet there is that constant line "There has not been enough study to show if e-cigs have any long term health hazards related to it." All I have to say about that is that e-cigs are not designed to use long term. They are an effective tool to help you quit smoking. Some love to smoke and is why some choose vaporizers instead of e-cigs. Vaporizers give you the pleasure of smoking with out the nasty smoke and dangers of tobacco

E-cigs and vaporizers saves lives. Don't let anybody tell you anything different.

Monday, September 5, 2016

Why you should use vaporizers


Smoking is bad for you. There! We said it right up front. There's no reasonable line of argument that can lead to any other conclusion: smoking kills lots of people, around 50 percent of its long term users. But with all that said, people love to smoke. Heck, I smoked for many, many years and I still would if it had a few more vitamins. But bottom line, tobacco products smell awful, give you bad breath, have become socially unacceptable, cause all kinds of cancer and, ultimately, kill people. What if we were to tell you we've found a new way to get all the nicotine into our bodies with technology, and none of the harmful smoke? Well, good news, we can! Let's talk about vaporizers.

WHAT IS IT?

Vaporizers have been around in various forms since the 1960s, though, in that era the sets were more of the tabletop variety and not very pocketable. Chinese pharmacist Han Lik is largely credited as the modern vaporizer's inventor (also called "e-cigarettes"), apparently finding the inspiration after his father died from cancer. The device, then known as Ruyan (means "like smoke") was a hit in his homeland, so naturally it made its way to the US in the mid 2000s. "Vaping" -- the common term for using a vaporizer -- is simply applying heat to a liquid which creates vapor. Breathing in the nearly-odorless vapor gives the smoker their nicotine hit. While the most common e-cigarettes look like traditional smokes and are often sold in ciggy-like packaging, the market is overflowing with variety.

Vaporizers get one

Vaping's become so popular in the last couple years that cafes catering to enthusiasts are beginning to pop up. "Vaporiums," as they're called, sell all the hardware you could ever need, and also offer up vape-able liquids in a dazzling array of flavors. What exactly is in the liquid? Typically, a combination of propylene glycol, artificial flavors and nicotine and are the heart of the vaping experience. Like a cocktail bar, Henley's Vaporium in New York not only sells e-cigs, mods and all the paraphernalia, but is also stocked with every vape liquid flavor under the sun. Your traditionalist tastes are covered by the likes of plain tobacco and menthol, but then it wanders into wildness with saveurs such as crème brûlée, orange creamsicle or even Sinnabun.

Of course vaping isn't reserved solely for the tobacco-loving crowd. Marijuana smokers have latched onto this technology, too. Unlike tobacco vaping, devices like the Pax by Ploom or the Vape Pen (seen below) either cook the herbs in a chamber at a temperature that won't combust the plant matter (but will release the THC) or use an oil derivative of marijuana. Smokers are then treated to all the benefits, medicinal or otherwise, without burning paper and filling their lungs with tar and other crap. We'd go as far to suggest that these high tech -- and beautifully designed -- vapes bring pot out of its shadier stereotypical back-alleys and into the mainstream.

WHY SHOULD YOU CARE?

Well, if you're a smoker and tired of the aggro you get from the world around you -- plus mom and dad's special kind of grief -- this gives you another avenue to get your nicotine fix. Also, the likelihood of your city/state/country already having banned tobacco use in public places is getting higher by the day, so simply finding a place to have a smoke is becoming a hassle. Next, consider the financials of smoking: yours truly was spending about $9.50 per day on smoking. Over the course of a year that shakes out to about $3,500. E-cigs are much less expensive: using various online calculators we see prices at about a third the cost per year. Prices will vary based on your habits, naturally.

If you're a non smoker who despises smokers, there's an added win for you, too. Consider that vaping isn't like traditional smoking: there's no smoke, and it really doesn't smell bad at all. You can walk past or through a vape cloud and not smell a thing. Gone are your days as a smoker hater of having to roll your eyes and cough as you walk past smokers. Win, win, right?

HOW DOES IT WORK?

The technology is really simple and consists of: a power source, some coils that heat and vaporize the juice, and an LED light at the tip to make you feel at home. Mods are a whole other thing, though, featuring massive batteries and at times hand made coils for optimum performance. In fact, there's a subculture within the vaping community called "cloud chasers." These folks strive to make the biggest craziest clouds of "smoke" (vapor) possible, though this isn't without risk. Using sub-OHM resistance setups in their atomizers can push their batteries hard enough to cause them to fail. Of course, the folks involved typically know the risks and the science behind a safe setup.

The same level of customization applies to marijuana vaporizers. Not only are vapes for weed portable and really simple to use, they've become downright fashionable looking. Take Ploom's Pax vaporizer as an example: it's made of brushed metal, has a retracting mouthpiece, a lovely glowing logo on the body and three temperature settings. Unlike the e-cigs and mods, the Pax has a small oven that is packed full and then the system heats up the pot and vaporizes the cannabinoids (THC and other active ingredients -- the stuff that makes you feel high). Once its logo turns green, you're set to puff away and, when done, pop the magnetic cover on the bottom off, empty it, then drop the Pax into its changing base for the next round.

Friday, August 26, 2016

E-cigarettes should be offered to smokers, say doctors By Michelle Roberts Health editor, BBC News online


Smokers should be offered and encouraged to use e-cigarettes to help them quit, says a leading medical body.

The UK's Royal College of Physicians says there is resounding evidence that e-cigarettes are "much safer" than smoking and aid quitting.

With the right checks and measures, vaping could improve the lives of millions of people, it says in a new, 200-page report.

It says fears that e-cigarettes are a gateway to smoking are unfounded.

But, by and large, people who want to use electronic cigarettes will still need to buy them rather than get them on the NHS.

Do e-cigarettes make it harder to stop smoking?

Are e-cigarettes safe?

Should we switch from tobacco to e-cigarettes?

UK doctors can only prescribe e-cigarettes if they have been licensed as a "quit smoking aid" - something that requires strict regulation.

Few manufacturers go down this route and instead sell products to satisfy users' desire for nicotine without the harmful chemicals produced by tobacco.

Best way to quit?

Sales of e-cigarettes have been rising steadily since the first went on sale in 2007 in the UK.

Since 2012, they have replaced nicotine patches and gum to become the most popular choice of smoking cessation aid in England.

Around one in 20 adults in England uses e-cigarettes, and nearly all of these are ex-smokers or current smokers who are trying to cut down or quit.

E-cigarettes have remained controversial and this year ministers in Wales attempted to ban them from public places.

The Royal College of Physicians says smokers who use e-cigarettes or prescribed medications - with support from their doctor - are more likely to quit permanently

1. On some e-cigarettes, inhalation activates the battery-powered atomiser. Other types are manually switched on

2. A heating coil inside the atomizer heats liquid nicotine contained in a cartridge

3. The mixture becomes vapour and is inhaled. Many e-cigarettes have an LED light as a cosmetic feature to simulate traditional cigarette glow.

Different brands of e-cigarettes contain different chemical concentrations.

And in terms of long-term health hazards, e-cigarettes are at least 95% safer than regular cigarettes - something Public Health England has also said.

But that does not mean they are entirely risk-free.

Prof Simon Capewell, of the Faculty of Public Health, said there were still many unknown factors.

"We don't know enough yet about the long-term effects of vaping on people's health, which is why we need more research.

"The best thing anyone can do if they want to quit smoking is talk to their GP: there's solid evidence that NHS quit-smoking services help people kick the habit for good."

But Prof John Britton, who co-authored the RCP report, says e-cigarettes are extremely positive for public health and should be "encouraged and endorsed".

He said: "The public need to be reassured this is not a new nicotine epidemic in the making. E-cigarettes have very little downside and a lot of potential benefit."

According to Public Health England, smokers should consider using e-cigarettes alongside NHS quit-smoking services.

Around a third of UK smokers try to quit each year, but only one in every six of those succeeds.

New EU laws are due to come into force in May that will set safety and quality standards for all e-cigarettes and refills. Manufacturers will be required to disclose the purity of their products to consumers.

Dr Tim Ballard, from the Royal College of GPs, said: "Moving forward we would be looking for clear evidence that making e-cigarettes available on prescription as part of a wider smoking cessation scheme is a wise use of both scant NHS funds and GP practice resources, before the College could get behind it.

"It is not just the cost of the product that needs taking into account, but the time and resources that are involved in assessing patients, and monitoring their progress over a prolonged period of time.

"We reiterate our calls for NICE to take a leading role in establishing whether making e-cigarettes available on prescription is the best way forward."

A Department of Health spokesperson said: "The best thing a smoker can do for their health is to quit smoking.

"We know that there are now over a million people who have completely replaced smoking with e-cigarettes and that the evidence indicates that they are significantly less harmful to health than smoking tobacco.

"We want to see a wide range of good quality e-cigarettes on the market including licensed products whose safety, quality and effectiveness are independently assured."

Study finds most teens vaping fruity flavors, not nicotine. From Fox news


Health officials warn that e-cigarettes and Vaporizers are poisoning kids with nicotine. But new research suggests that most teens aren't vaping nicotine at all but using sweet and fruity flavors like strawberry, chocolate cake and bubble gum.

Only a fraction of young vapers were inhaling nicotine, a nationwide survey showed. The majority — two-thirds — said they vaped "just flavoring."

Nicotine is considered harmful to the developing teenage brain. But the finding raises big questions about how U.S. health officials are portraying the threat of e-cigarettes to youths, said Richard Miech, the study's lead author at the University of Michigan.

Federal estimates of how many youths are using any nicotine-containing tobacco products — including traditional cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes — may be inflated because of mistaken assumptions about how much vaping involves nicotine, he said. That figure is around 25 percent. Health officials and an advocacy group questioned the study's findings. More on this...

Teen vapers have easy time buying supplies online

Low cost, flavors, convenience turn teens on to vaping: study

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E-cigarettes began to appear in the United States roughly 10 years ago. At first, they were battery-powered devices resembling cigarettes that heated liquid nicotine into a vapor. They were promoted to smokers as a less dangerous alternative since they don't contain all the chemicals and tars of burning tobacco.

But the market has evolved, and a lot of vaping these days is done with devices that can be loaded with flavored "e-juice" that comes in both nicotine and nicotine-free versions.

"Strawberry. Watermelon. Passion fruit. There's a churros — you know, like cinnamon toast?" said Hosam Essa, manager of Brooklyn Vape in New York, rattling off some of the most popular flavors on his shop's shelves.

Kids love the flavors and blowing vapor into rings and other shapes, said Jennifer Alexander, an RTI International researcher who has interviewed about 50 teen vapers.

Michigan's national survey last year included 3,800 students who had vaped at some point. It was the first time the respected annual survey asked what was in the vapor — specifically, they were asked what they inhaled the last time they vaped. Results were published online Thursday by the journal Tobacco Control.

Miech said he was curious how many kids vaped marijuana. But it was the nicotine findings that surprised him.

Only about 13 to 20 percent said they last vaped nicotine, with the highest percentages in older teens; about 7 percent used marijuana and roughly 10 percent didn't know.

The boom in youth vaping has coincided with steady declines in teen cigarette smoking. Vaping is now more common than smoking.

The federal government, as well as most states, restricts sales of electronic cigarettes or vaping products to minors. But kids still get them, sometimes through online purchases or other people. Essa said parents bring their kids into his shop because they'd rather the kids vape than smoke.

Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have lamented the growing popularity of vaping products, often focusing on nicotine dangers for teens.

Asked about the new study, CDC officials sent a statement questioning whether many teens know the exact content of what they're vaping. They cited a small study suggesting mislabeling of e-juice containers was not uncommon. Further research is needed, the statement said.

The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids issued a statement making similar points. The organization's president, Matthew L. Myers, was also critical of how the flavor question was posed.

Miech said he agrees that youth vaping is a problem. But he said the focus should be on other research that suggests that teens who vape are more likely to later smoke conventional cigarettes and use other tobacco products.