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1. What is Vaporization ?

Vaporization produces NO smoke, little to no tar, or any other toxic elements. Unlike combustion, vaporization does not induce substantial denaturing of the substance. When a substance is "denatured", its chemical make-up changes. For example, when catalyzed by a flame, new compounds are then created that were not originally within the plant itself. One of the greatest assets of Eureka Vapor vaporization technology is that the vaporization does not substantially alter the compounds being vaporized and does not create any elements that were not originally present in the source material

2 . How long does each battery last between charges?

Eureka batteries are constructed using the latest lithium ion technology and typically should last for 650 puffs before requiring a full recharge.

3. How do I know when the battery needs recharging?

Your Eureka battery will blink 8 times when it needs to be recharged. Please note yourbattery will blink five times when it is being overused. This does not mean it needs to be recharged. It simply means you should discontinue use for 30-60 seconds

4. How does Eureka work?

The process of Eureka vaporization or volatilization releases the essential, active elements of a substance without any burning. Eureka uses a cutting-edge convection technology that releases just enough heat and air to discharge the vital elements; but not enough heat and air for the materials to combust.


Eureka Products can be purchased and used by anyone who is 18 years of age or older. It should not be used by children; pregnant or breast feeding women; people with heart disease, high blood pressure, or diabetes; or
people taking medicines for asthma or depression. Consult your physician before using any vaporization device.

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