Archive for April, 2008

Archive for April, 2008

A vaporizer is a device for smoking herbs. It uses a heat source to heat the herb without burning, but rather by vaporizing. When marijuana is used in a vaporizer, the vaporizer produces a white cloud of THC rich vapor. In the United States, they are commonly used to inhale tobacco, medicinal marijuana and aromatherapy treatments. Vapors may be filtered and cooled further using a water pipe or an inline water/ice attachment. The vapors are then inhaled directly; through a hose or pipe, or are then stored for subsequent inhalations in container such as a “dome” or “balloon”. With little to no smoke produced, cooler temperatures, and less material required to achieve the same effect, the irritating/harmful effects of smoking are greatly reduced or eliminated along with second hand smoke by using a vaporizer. This makes vaporizers useful in places where there are public bans on smoking.

A volcano vaporizer is a device used to release the active ingredients of plant material, commonly cannabis, or tobacco, or to release therapeutic compounds from herbs. Also the conduction type vaporizers are cheaper than convection type vaporizers. Also waste produced in a conduction vaporizer is much higher than in a convection vaporizer. But once a person gets used to a vaporizer and quits smoking then he can definitely go for the investment required on for a convection vaporizer. The procedure to be followed for making a vaporizer is as follows. Firstly flat wood should be cut into a triangle with equal eight inch sides at sixty degree angles. Then wood needs to be stained and varnished. Varnishing is required so that pests do not destroy it. Next step is to pull the plastic bottom piece off of the 2 liter bottle and then cut out the middle of this piece. Then place the black piece over the hole in the center of the wooden triangle and put a two nails through it into the wood. Hot glue can be used for the purpose of filling ant cracks in bottle.

Protein’ is defined a group of complex high-molecular-weight organic compounds, consisting basically of combinations of amino acids in peptide linkages, that hold carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and usually, sulfur. Proteins are broken down in the stomach during digestion by enzymes known as proteases into tiny polypeptides to supply amino acids for the organism. Protein powders are made from four essential sources: whey (from milk), egg, soy and rice. Protein powder is commonly consumed without delayafter exercising, or in place of a meal. Protein powders can also be a conjugation of one or more ingredients.

These reduced sources of protein are processed into the powdered form, to be reconstituted into liquid form as a protein shake, or mixed with fruit juice or milk. Whey protein has a number of important benefits in areas involving sports nutrition, weight management, immune support, bone health, and common wellness. Egg white protein is a lactose- and dairy-free protein. Soy protein contains all basic amino acids, and is an cure protein for vegetarians. Soybeans also hold isoflavones, a type of phytoestrogen, which have a weak estrogenic activity. Protein shakes is designed to be taken regular as a dietary supplement.