Oil vaporizers are devices that heat up oil to convert it to a vapour that can be inhaled. In many cases oil vaporizers use the same systems as standard e-liquid vapes, however the wick and coil is designed specifically for the viscosity or thickness of oil. E-liquid does not vaporize well in an oil vaporizer. Some oil vaporizers have a ceramic or quartz heating chamber and a porous material like a mesh pad which inserts into the chamber. Concentrate oil is then added to the porous mesh to be heated and vaped.
OIL VAPORIZER FAQs
Is vaping oil harmful?
Generally vaping oils has no harmful effects and Doctors in Australia regularly prescribe oils that can be vaped. However, in recent times oil that contains vitamin E acetate, has shown to be particularly harmful to the lungs. It is rear that vitamin E acetate is used (as a thinner) in making oil, but users of oil vaporizers should ensure that their oil does not contain vitamin E acetate and that they have sourced their oil from a legitimate compound pharmacy.
What's the difference between oil and e-liquid?
Oil and e-liquid are completely different. Oils is a natural extract that has the consistence of any household oil (like olive oil) and it is not soluble. E-liquid on the other hand is soluble and is made from Vegetable Glycerin and Propylene Glycol.