Cannabis users’ options for vape devices and cartridges have exploded over the past few years. If you’ve been thinking about making the switch from smoking cannabis to vaping, you probably have questions. These are some of the most common things that new users to cannabis vape would like to know.
What Is It?
Vape devices are designed to allow you to inhale a vapor made from liquids that include cannabis. They are electronic and may be one-time-use or rechargeable. Vape devices or vape pens come in a wide range of sizes, styles and colors to appeal to buyers of all kinds, whether you are looking for something understated and subtle or playful and full of color.
How Does It Work?
The device draws liquid from the cartridge and changes it into vapor–a gas that you can inhale, similar to cigarette smoking. Devices can be single-use or allow you to refill them with the cartridges of your choice, which gives you the opportunity to experiment or choose your vape products according to your mood or preferences for flavor and effect.
How Do I Start?
After you buy the device of your choosing, follow the manufacturer’s instructions for preparing it. You can expect these instructions to tell you how to adjust the settings, fill the device and prime it. When you’re ready to vape, pull the vapor into your mouth and pause for a second or two, and then open your mouth to breathe in and out normally.
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