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How to Make a Vaporizer from Household Supplies

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Vaporizers are used in place of traditional smoking devices to inhale the natural vapors of your smokables, rather than scorching them and breathing in smoke loaded with carcinogens. Supposedly more “healthy,” vaporizers are understandably expensive and often out of reach to the average smoker. Fortunately, you can learn how to make your own out of common household supplies after the jump.

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  5. ↑https://www.webmd.com/smoking-cessation/features/vape-debate-electronic-cigarettes#1

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To make a vaporizer from household supplies, you’ll need a small box, a tea candle, a small metal tray, a glass, and a bendy straw. Start by lighting the candle. Then, place it in the middle of the box so it doesn’t catch on fire. Rest your metal tray on top of the box and put your smoking material on it. Cover your tray with an upside-down glass to collect the smoke from your material. Once the glass has filled with smoke, put the small end of your straw between the glass and tray and inhale through the other end. For more tips, including how to make a vaporizer using a heatgun, read on!

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