A vaporizer or vapizer, colloquially called a vaporizer, is an electronic device used in the home or in a professional environment to vaporize volatile organic compounds for inhalation. It is used for aromatherapy, a therapeutic technique that involves application of fragrant oils or plant extracts to the skin to soothe and relax the user. A vaporizer heats the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in the liquid which is then inhaled by the user. This technique can be useful when you want to freshen up at work, unwind after a hard day at school or when relaxing with friends.
The vaporizer works by using a rechargeable battery to hold liquid solution temperature until it becomes ready to inhale. Once the user has taken his or her first puff, a LED indicator light in the head of the pen glows green indicating that the cartridge is now ready for use. The LED lights will turn red when the battery is about to run out of charge. The vaporizer uses an electronic ignition system to mix the liquid into the cartridge and ignite it. The vapor comes out of the end of the cartridge into the air where the user breathes it in, and the cycle continues as long as the battery is charged.
To use the Vape Pen, one must first insert the battery into the device, which has a USB cord included. The cord has a ground wire, so it can connect to an electrical outlet when the Vape Pen is powered off. One should also take care when the Vape Pen is not powered on and is placed on a table, against a wall or other upright surface, as the battery may come out of the head and fall down. In this case, the user should replace the battery before attempting to use the device again.