2 in 1 smoking Vaporizer
Hecig Honour, fashion design 2 in 1 smoking Vaporizer!
Magnetic Coil Cap
Magnetic Atomizer Tube
Magnetic Coil Cap and Magnetic Atomizer Tube Cap
Built-in silicon jar.
You can carry wax or dry herb with you, vaping wherever you are! Whenever you want!
1, Can vaping help quit smoking?
Although there's no concrete answer to this question, some studies have shown that vaping with e-liquids containing nicotine levels comparable to traditional cigarettes may help you calm your cravings. A study conducted by Krlikoba E., et al, revealed that smokers who switched to e-cigs were 60% more likely to quit smoking. If you're new to vaping and are looking to cut down smoking, it's better to first try with electronic cigarettes. Due to the fact that these products closely resemble traditional cigarettes, they may offer some psychological comfort for those who are going through the symptoms of withdrawal.
Keep in mind, however, that vaporizers and e-cigarettes have yet to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration! Because of this, there has yet to be any "finalized" information related to how these products help individuals curb their smoking habits!
2, Is vaping healthier than traditional cigarettes?
Unlike regular cigarettes, which are designed to combust the herbal products inside of it by method of fire, all vapes rely upon two different heat transfer methods, convection and conduction. You can learn about these methods, and the difference between the two below. While research is still being undertaken regarding the health benefits of e-cigs, it is currently believed that vaporizers can significantly reduce the number of toxins inhaled by users.
3, Are there any known side effects?
Currently, there are no documented instances of health-related side effects from reasonable amounts vaping. However, some individuals have reported experiencing allergic reactions to specific herbs they have used. Because it is only now beginning to gain popularity, it will take some time before enough information has been gathered to accurately assess what the long-term effects are. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently looking into the industry as a whole.