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Vaporizer studies have shown that vaporizing cannabis exposes the user to lower levels of harmful substances than smoking cannabis. Substantial reductions were conjointly found for the M1-volatizer. A study published in the Journal of psychopharmacology in may 2008 investigated the satisfactoriness and usefulness of respiratory organ tetrahydrocannabinol administration using a vaporizer and pure tetrahydrocannabinol rather than cannabis. Rising doses of tetrahydrocannabinol (2, 4, 6 and eight mg) were administered with ninety minutes intervals to twelve healthy males. very low between-subject variability was ascertained in tetrahydrocannabinol plasma concentrations, characterizing the vaporizer as an appropriate method for the administration of tetrahydrocannabinol.

When using plant material, besides tetrahydrocannabinol, several different cannabinoids and a variety of different plant parts together with terpenoids were detected in the plant material. However, using pure tetrahydrocannabinol in the vaporizer, no degradation product (D8-THC, CBN, or unknown compounds) were detected by HPLC analysis. Also, a well larger fraction of the tetrahydrocannabinol was delivered to the vapor by using pure tetrahydrocannabinol.

Analysis of the vapor from the vaporizer found that using multiple passes it delivered 36%–61% of the tetrahydrocannabinol in the sample. A study using pure cannabinoid preparations achieved a most of fifty four. Studies of cannabis cigarettes smoke-dried via a smoking machine underneath varied conditions of puff length and air speed found very similar efficiencies of 34th to 61. Consequently, users are able to do the specified effect with an identical quantity of material as when smoking.

In a 2001 study, researchers found that "it is possible to vaporize medically active tetrahydrocannabinol by heating marijuana to a temperature short of the purpose of combustion, thereby eliminating or well reducing harmful smoke toxins that area unit normally present in marijuana smoke." The unit created tetrahydrocannabinol at a temperature of 185 °C (365 °F), whereas eliminating 3 measured combustion product, benzene, methylbenzene and hydrocarbon. carbon monoxide gas and smoke tars were conjointly reduced, but not quantified.

These positive results area unit in contrast to MAPS/NORMAL's previous studies into vaporizers which found less encouraging results.

A 1996 MAPS study tested two straightforward vaporizer models, a commercially-available electrical hot plate vaporizer and a do-it-yourself hot air gun vaporizer, against water pipes and filtered and unfiltered cannabis cigarettes (joints). The smoke created by every was analyzed for solid particulates (tars) and 3 major cannabinoids. the varied intake methods were then rated based on their cannabinoid-to-tar ratio. the 2 tested vaporizers performed up to twenty fifth higher than unfiltered cannabis cigarettes (second cleanest) in terms of tar delivery. each vaporizers created more than 10 times more tars than cannabinoids, although the NIDA-supplied marijuana used had a relatively low tetrahydrocannabinol efficiency of 2.3%; the authors noted that using higher-quality marijuana or hash oil would have improved the cannabinoid/tar ratio. constant study found that water pipes (bongs) and filtered cigarettes performed half-hour worse than regular, unfiltered joints. the rationale was that waterpipes and filters strain mind-blowing tetrahydrocannabinol with the tars, thereby requiring users to smoke more to achieve their desired effect.

Vaporizers do not utterly eliminate metabolism irritation. an outsized puff of potent, volatilised cannabis can usually cause severe coughing. Vaporization systems that utilize water and/or ice for cooling and moisture conditioning by running the vapor through a hubbly-bubbly or "vaporization water tool" with ice attempt to address the temperature and moisture factor of the delivered vapor to alter larger inhalations while not the metabolism irritation that still results from dry-vapor delivery.

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