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crazy idea...vaporizing herbs or rue under pressure ? Options
 
starway6
#1 Posted : 11/17/2017 8:38:51 PM

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Here is one for science....

How differently would dry herbs or even hard to vape caapi or rue extractsor dmt react to an attempt at vaporization in a special pressurized vaping chamber ?

how would it be different than using a normal open pipe... ?

[does not gasoline vaporize under pressure in the cylinder of a car engine?]
 

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Sakkadelic
#2 Posted : 11/17/2017 9:46:06 PM

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well the word "under" pressure is tricky, cz you know if the pressure increases vapor turn to liquid, like in a lighter

it vaporizes "under" "low" pressure or what they call vacuum vaporization, i don't think that can be made practical for DMT vaporization
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#3 Posted : 11/18/2017 5:11:53 PM

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Vacuum sublimation would be a viable idea for purifying various alkaloids, especially perhaps to rid freebase harmalas from salt residue.

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[does not gasoline vaporize under pressure in the cylinder of a car engine?]
The gasoline is vaporized in a carburettor (or at least, used to be - I'm not sure about modern, computer controlled engines) before it is introduced to the cylinder.

As Sakka says, increased pressure doesn't help anything to vaporize.

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how would it be different than using a normal open pipe... ?
If you mean increased pressure, then IMO it would be cumbersome, potentially dangerous and highly inefficient.

Using reduced pressure as part of a method of administration probably would be cumbersome, potentially dangerous and highly inefficient as well, but for different reasons.
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