Everyone is talking about the latest craze – inhaling vitamins, and we’re so excited to be a part of it. The principle is quite simple – a few puffs a day can pack your lungs and bloodstream with supplements such as collagen, melatonin, and vitamins such as B12, C, and D3. Yet, how do you know which of these emerging products are truly designed for wellness and which could carry hidden risks?
The science of inhaling vitamins is still relatively young, which is why you should be careful about the products you are buying. It may seem easy to veer towards suspicion of this technology because of existing stigmas and research. However, knowing the risks to avoid, we’ll tell you what to keep in mind and look out for when buying vitamin-infused pods and inhalers, so you can truly enjoy the benefits these products have to offer.Make sure the product is nicotine-free
Regular e-cigarettes and e-cigars both contain nicotine, an addictive and carcinogenic toxin. Unlike e-cigarettes that may contain even higher doses of nicotine than tobacco products themselves, vitamin inhalers should be completely nicotine-free. Inhaling vitamins should have nothing to do with nicotine, as it would counteract all of the beneficial properties of the nutrients; it’s a no-brainer that the two worlds don’t mix. With vitamin inhalers you don’t have to worry about becoming addicted and harming your health.
Vitamin E acetate could be deadly
One of the recent studies conducted by the FDA, CDC, and local health authorities in the US had a clear goal – to examine the possible link between vitamin E acetate to a number of deaths caused by lung injuries (EVALI). FDA, CDC, and state laboratories tested patients’ lung fluid samples and found vitamin E acetate in the samples of people who were diagnosed with EVALI. Although vitamin E acetate is thought to be the primary cause of EVALI, there is still no official scientific evidence for this. Either way, we highly suggest avoiding products that contain vitamin E acetate, for the sake of your health.
Stay away from THC
THC is another possible cause of lung illnesses and deaths in 380 patients in the US. Vaping products containing tetrahydrocannabinol could be harmful to inhale so it would be best not to take any risks and stay away from THC products. Look for lab-tested devices and substances that are free of THC if you want to prevent adverse effects of this substance.
Don’t fall for false health claims
Some companies are trying to create a buzz around their products by claiming they treat, cure, or prevent health problems. So far, there are no scientifically proven claims vitamin pods can do any of these. Inhaling vitamins can promote your overall well-being, contribute to bodily health, make you feel more relaxed, focused, or support your immune system but specific ailments are individual matters that depend on several additional factors as well.
If you are just starting out, use your vitamin pod sparingly
If you have never used a vitamin inhaler before, we highly suggest using it moderately. Start small – no more than 5 to 10 puffs per day or there’s a small chance you could experience symptoms such as nausea, dizziness, cramping, or nervous tension. Even after a long period of comfortable usage and positive results, use your vitamin pod moderately and follow recommendations given by the seller.
SummaryWhen buying vitamin-infused pods, you can rest assured that LUVV is the safest and most effective choice. We use natural, vegan-friendly ingredients and our products are 100% free of nicotine, THC, vitamin E acetate, diacetyl, and all potentially harmful substances. Our special blends of vitamins, nutrients, and essential oil extracts can invigorate your senses, bring you peace, lull you to bed, promote good looking skin, support your immunity, or simply bring you well-being through improving your mental and physical health. Click here if you would like to know more about our vitamin-infused pods or contact us if you have any questions!
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