Is smoking through a vaporizer much better for your lungs?

by Buddy Vapesit

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Question by Thominator: Is smoking through a vaporizer much better for your lungs?
My friends and I were thinking about investing in a vaporizer for our house. I heard that it largely eliminates the harmful effects of tar on your lungs. Is this true? And if it is, why don’t people use them more often?
You guys are retarded. I expected plenty of “just don’t smoke” answers, but I didn’t expect all three of the answerers to not realize that I was talking about pot, not cigarettes. I like to smoke pot occasionally, and when I do, I want to do it the healthiest way possible.

Best answer:

Answer by Fred C
Baloney. The only thing that eliminates the effects of tar on the lungs, is not putting tar in your lungs.

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Bingo July 19, 2010 at 6:45 am

You and your friend really need to find something constructive to do with your life.
people look stupid enough with a cigarette hanging out of their mouth,
couldn’t you see people saying,
” Here hold my vaporizer so I can look in my purse for my keys ” or ” Hey Do you have a extension cord for my vaporizer I can’t quit reach my mail box ”
How about just don’t smoke.

Suzette R July 19, 2010 at 7:41 am

No, it’s not true. Besides, smoking dangers come from more than just tar. You know that.

I was a smoker, and then I quit one sunny Summer day. I had a severe heart attack. I loved to smoke, but when cigarettes tried to kill me, I realized they didn’t love me back. Quit now, for yourself and for those who depend on you.

Joycee July 19, 2010 at 8:30 am

Nope..false

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