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Can you vape kava juice?

Discussion in 'Kava Lounge' started by ApéroNoble, Jun 8, 2018.

  1. ApéroNoble

    ApéroNoble The d'Artagnan forum 4th Kavateer

    I don't smoke and do not even have a vape device, but after it is strained naturally has anyone tried to vape it?
  2. Kapmcrunk

    Kapmcrunk The Kaptain of Crunk KavaForums Founder

    @ApéroNoble Unless it's mixed with propylene glycol or vegetable glycerin it can't be vaped. You can vaporize extract on a hot coil, but honestly it's not worth it. The taste alone is...well...awful. The effects are pretty far from great too.

    There's a product out called Captain Kava dabs that is supposedly for exactly this, although I think it's just a gimmick because I can't see someone taking fat rips of Kavalactones continually. It's like smoking a burning tire.
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  3. Krunʞy

    Krunʞy . Admin

    I tried extracting and creating an e-juice with Vegetable glycerin about 2 years ago, It's like kapm said, it doesn't really work. I still have the mix in a jar but haven't tried it since. I am not sure why I kept it.
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  4. verticity

    verticity I'm interested in things

    If kava powder is heated to 400 F or so vapor will come off it. You could inhale that vapor if you are a masochist.
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  5. Señor Chuggs

    Señor Chuggs Friend of Kava

    What about noble clouds? Do they still make it?
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  6. Kapmcrunk

    Kapmcrunk The Kaptain of Crunk KavaForums Founder

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  7. Kava Mang

    Kava Mang Member

    Has anyone ever tried the Noble Clouds product before? Just wondering about the potency/effects of a couple ml's of it vs a shell or two of medium grind.

    It looks intriguing enough to try.
  8. Krunkie McKrunkface

    Krunkie McKrunkface Kava Enthusiast

    Doug used to enjoy vaping kava from what I understand but it never really became a thing.
  9. Krunʞy

    Krunʞy . Admin

    Yes, like anything you inhale, it is short lived. It's an interesting concept but it doesn't last very long.
  10. Blinkyrocket

    Blinkyrocket Kava Enthusiast

    Well, it shouldn't have to be short lived, I would think. You could just continue to vape, steadily, in order to mimic the length of effects from drinking Kava. Unless, of course, the strength is so low that it would be futile to try and achieve the same length of effects as drinking Kava.
  11. Krunʞy

    Krunʞy . Admin

    True, I meant compared to a few shells that may last several hours.
  12. Legbuh

    Legbuh New Member

  13. Blue Roads

    Blue Roads Kava Enthusiast

    I love that. A serious answer that is also pretty funny. :)