- After what time is the AroMed operational?
- Which herbs can you breathe with the AroMed, and where can you get them?
- Can liquid substances be used in the AroMed vaporizer?
- What exactly is the temperature setting of the AroMed?
- Why is AroMed producing hot air with a light bulb?
- The AroMed has, in contrast to other vaporizers, a water filter. Is not there a lot of active ingredient in it?
- Why is not a fan integrated in the AroMed vaporizer?
- Can the AroMed Vaporizer be reimbursed by health insurances?
The AroMed vaporizer has been manufactured for seven years. The first models have been in daily use for eight years. By now, many have realized that using vaporizers is very good – and above all, healthy! – to enjoy cannabis products. This is not the primary goal of Green Gold, the manufacturer of AroMed. We produce a device for inhaling many different plant substances. The AroMed should not only contribute to well-being, but to relieve symptoms of illness. Of course, one should not forget that cannabis products in particular can be valuable for hundreds of thousands of people who receive little or no relief from traditional medicine. For these groups of patients, legalizing cannabinoids is (over) vital!
After what time is the AroMed operational?
The AroMed achieves the operating temperature within two minutes thanks to its unique heating technology. In comparison, other hot air vaporizers require start-up times of eight to fifteen (!) Minutes.
Which herbs can you breathe with the AroMed, and where can you get them?
Green Gold, the manufacturer of AroMed, has commissioned several experts for eight years to research which medicinal herbs can be used in the vaporizer. The manual supplied with the AroMed lists 40 medicinal plants. The publishing house “The Green Force” has published the book “Phyto-Inhalation” (ISBN 3-922708-36-6) in cooperation with us. Here are more than fifty medicinal plants for vaporization described in detail.
Can liquid substances be used in the AroMed vaporizer?
Yes, we offer specially made glass-foam pellets. Thus, not only tinctures, e.g. from Traditional Chinese Medicine, applicable. Our patients can also inhale the cannabinoid drugs dronabinol and marinol. In contrast to other manufacturer products, the foam pellets are medically perfect.
What exactly is the temperature setting of the AroMed?
The temperature of the hot air can be adjusted in 1 ° C increments from 60 ° C to 235 ° C – optionally in 2 ° Fahrenheit steps from 152 ° F to 455 ° F; This is important when boiling point information is sourced from the internet. Everything is possible, from the use of aromatic essences to the inhalation of sage ingredients.
Why is AroMed generating hot air with a light bulb?
There are good reasons for this: The UV-free halogen bulbs heat without releasing any pollutants. The generated hot air is tasteless. In other hot air vaporizers, the air comes into contact with materials that exude particles when heated. For example, Aluminum, used as a heating block in other “vaporizers”: Lung diseases are known in the aluminum processing industry due to the inhalation of the vapors produced when aluminum is heated. In addition, the AroMed has a herbal container made of glass, in which the process of Vaporisierens in the light can be closely monitored. Combustion at incorrectly selected temperatures can be easily prevented by correction. With other vaporizers the exact temperature must be determined by experiments “blindly” As Werner Pieper, author and publisher, said so beautifully: the eye inhales with the AroMed.
The AroMed has, in contrast to other vaporizers, a water filter. Is not there a lot of active ingredient in it?
In the system of each vaporizer condenses some active ingredient. The water filter is important for finely refined materials! Otherwise, fine dusts penetrate into the lungs with the respiratory air, which in any case are harmful. With solid substances, the water can also be omitted as desired. The water in the AroMed filter can be drunk like a tea – tastes and works! A comparison: Before the active ingredient is inhaled, the vapor is passed through the AroMed through the water filter and a hose. The steam is in rapid flow, it condenses (except about 2-3% in the water filter) hardly active ingredient. The total surface of this system is about 150 cm². In other vaporizers, a glass ball or plastic tube is first filled with active ingredient and then aspirated. The fact that the steam is sucked off slowly, it has long contact with the surface of the system. The steam is cooled and condenses on the surface of the system. The total surface is up to 750cm². By calculation, 3-4 times as much drug is lost in other systems as in AroMed!
Why is not a fan integrated in the AroMed vaporizer?
When using the AroMed, only active substances are released when inhaled. Users can accurately determine your desired dose of inhaled substances. In fan vaporizers, users are forced to inhale continuously and until the drug is consumed, or to temporarily turn off the device (and then re-heat it).
Can the AroMed Vaporizer be reimbursed by health insurances?
Yes, but with restrictions:
Many health insurance companies have fully reimbursed the costs of the AroMed as part of the case-by-case examination. However, this is only possible if the patient is boiled off, i. E. if all known therapies failed or only partially improved the symptoms. Green Gold has now successfully completed two field trials with scientists and physicians from the University of Santiago de Cuba. The extremely positive results will hopefully soon convince conventional medical critics.