The new fashion: Vapear Caffeine: Benefits and Risks

Would you believe that vapear caffeine is the new fashion among some of the vapors? Well, it seems that way!

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So, people are pouring caffeine now. It was only a matter of time before caffeine-flavored e-liquid became a caffeine specially designed for it, but the question remains whether there is any point in its use. Some businesses claim that the benefit is a caffeine "instant rush" - for those with busy lives that drinking a cup of coffee is a slow and unthinkable process - and the fact that there are no calories - because clearly the reason Why having a problem with obesity is not all fast food, gigantic portions and lack of exercise, but all the coffee we drink. While I'm probably going to be sticking to my nicotine ecig and drinking caffeine - because I'm old-fashioned so - is the caffeine tail destined to become the next big thing, or is it just another fad?

Manufacturers claim that 10 to 20 inhalations are equivalent to drinking a cup of coffee, because caffeine has a more direct route to the bloodstream. The reason the vast difference between the amount of caffeine is present in a cup of coffee and the amount of caffeine you need to vape to feel the effects is that inhalation is generally a more efficient method of administering caffeine. Drugs. When you drink the coffee, it has to be digested before the drug reaches the bloodstream, but the inhalation jumps all that: it goes directly to the lungs and then to the blood. This means that you do not need so much to get the job done, but it also means that it is a bit easier to get a substantial caffeine buzz going, and potentially to consume a bit of excess caffeine.

However, there are some criticisms to the idea, based on the fact that it sublimates caffeine (passes directly from solid to gas) and is probably re-deposited as a solid in your airways. It is not clear if the manufacturers have to overcome this problem, but in general there is much skepticism about whether the vaporization of caffeine would be effective at all. Some argue that it would not be absorbed - or at least not as efficiently - through the lungs, and that intake is actually the best way to get your dose. However, those who have tried seem convinced that it works: It could be a placebo effect, but it probably just means that potential problems have been overcome.


Would it be safe to blow the caffeine? Could it be dangerous to inhale caffeine?