At the end of the day, when you switch to vaping you can inhale or not; you decide. Either way, you can enjoy the flavor and reproduce the sensations you get when you smoke. After all, that's the most important thing. Nearly everyone who buys an e-cigarette does so because they want to vape, not smoke.
Both smoking and vaping involve heating a substance and inhaling the resulting fumes. With traditional cigarettes, you inhale burnt tobacco smoke. When vaping, a device (usually a vaporizer or a mod, an improved vaporizer that may look like a USB memory stick) heats a liquid (called vaping juice or electronic liquid) until it becomes a vapor that is inhaled. Whatever inhalation technique you choose, allow the vapor to stay in your lungs for at least a few seconds before you purposely breathe out.
Most people choose to breathe out through the mouth, although some choose to breathe out through the nose to better experience the smell of cannabis. In general, you should inhale the vapor as you would a regular cigarette. Of course, some experienced vapers (those looking to quit smoking) may choose not to inhale the vapor into their lungs. Once you extract and inhale the cannabinoid-rich vapor, the pulmonary alveoli absorb the active compounds.
Then, once your mouth is full of steam, you draw the vapor into your lungs by inhaling slowly and deliberately. The mouth-to-lung method involves first introducing steam into the mouth and then inhaling it into the lungs. This technique can cause the vaporizer and then the steam to heat up, so it's best to inhale deeply as quickly as possible. Vaporizers heat the cannabinoid material in medical marijuana, usually in the form of dry herb, concentrated waxes or CBD oil for vaping, to its boiling point, releasing its cannabinoids in the form of pure vapor designed for inhalation.
While it may seem silly to offer a tutorial on how to inhale and exhale steam, the process may require a bit of adaptation for beginners in vaping. Rapid inhalation, also known as the phantom effect, is a method of expelling vapor from the mouth and then inhaling it very quickly. Another method you can use is directly into your lungs (that is, you'll inhale the vapor directly from the vaporizer directly into your lungs). This method is mainly used by experienced vapers and “cloud hunters” because they can inhale much more vapor.
Vaporizers are portable electronic devices for adults that produce inhalable vapour similar to fog, often with nicotine and several flavors. If you keep the airflow completely closed, you'll have a mouth-to-lung effect (i.e., you'll first get steam in your mouth and then you can inhale it into your lungs). You've already heard about the benefits of using a vaporizer and how vaping is a clean, lung-friendly way for consumers to inhale medical marijuana.