The portable electronic smoking device, or commonly known as vape mods or vape pens, is rapidly gaining popularity among marijuana users (medical marijuana) and traditional smokers because they can provide a discreet, convenient, and harmless way to administer tobacco and cannabis. The big question is, “How safe are these expensive vape pens like Micro Vaped V4, and the liquid you are using?”
It is assumed that vaping is much healthier compared to administering tobacco or marijuana smoke by inhalation. Inhaling smoke can irritate the lungs due to harmful substances coming from traditional tobacco and marijuana. Since the atomizer or vaporizer of the vape pen heats the tobacco oil concentrate and cannabis extract without burning the extract, the active components are inhaled by the user, but there is no smoke involved.
At least that’s how it should be supposed to work. But any device has its hidden downside, even vape pens. Most of these devices are manufactured in China, marketed on the internet, and sold without proper regulatory controls from the government. Vape pens are available mostly online, vape shops or in medical marijuana shops or dispensaries.
They contain Li-Ion battery and a heating mechanism, if exposed to high heat, will transform any oil or solvents, vape oil additives and flavoring agents into carcinogens and other unknown dangerous toxins.
One of the most popular concerns when it comes to vaping is the use of the chemical, Propylene glycol or PG as an additive to cannabis/hemp oil or tobacco extract in …