Most of the people do not notice their vaping techniques. There are different techniques to vape which can enhance your vaping experiences. Read on further and give a second thought, specifically for how your mouth interacts with the vapor.

Mouth To Lung (MTL)

Process: First, fill the vapors into the mouth and inhale to the lungs. Next, inhale more air into your lungs.

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โ— You experience more flavor with prolonged exposure to taste buds

โ— We recommend it for people relying on vaping to help them quit smoking.

โ— It also involves low battery in vaping equipment. So, you do not have to worry for vape becoming too hot.

โ— MTL fits best as a casual after-dinner thing.

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Direct Lung Inhale (DLI)

Process: It is similar to sucking the air from balloon. Inhale deeply directly to lungs.

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โ— You will experience more satisfaction with DLI than MTL.

โ— Try heating your e-juice for best results.

โ— Vapers who love blowing clouds of vapor will love this technique.

โ— This technique is not recommended for beginners as it may sometimes feel overwhelming.

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โ— We would advise you to use low PG and nicotine levels during DLI.

โ— DLI will be best useful on a stressful day.

Hybrid Hit

Process: MTL followed by DLI is basically hybrid hit.

โ— Vapers looking to get the best flavor possible with a real hit can try this technique.

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Snape Inhale/Ghost or Mushroom Cloud

Process: Hold vapor in your mouth and exhale. Simultaneously, inhale the vapor you just exhaled back into the mouth.

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โ— You will experience two hits in one go and master it slowly with practice. vaping India

French Inhale/Irish Waterfall

Process: Draw vapor into mouth and release a dense cloud which can be quickly inhaled back through the nose.

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โ— It takes time to master but once learnt, you will love it.

We recommend you to try as many as techniques possible and find your unique style and preference.

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