Each Vapshot consists of alcohol vapors contained in a 1-liter serving bottle. Using 80 proof spirits as a standard, the following are the tested absorption rates:
One (1) Vapshot 1-liter serving - Breathalyzer test one (1) minute after consumption results in a reading of less than 0.05%. After 10 minute the levels are back down to 0.00%
Consumption of three (3) 1-liter servings one after another - Breathalyzer test one (1) minute after consumption results in a reading of 0.09%. After 15 minute the levels are back down to 0.00%
Using OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), one of the most respected and stringent standards as a guide, the following are test results from a licensed and accredited independent testing laboratory. As shown, consumption of a 1-liter Vapshot (Vapor Only) every ten (10) minutes falls far below the set safety levels. Although the duration of the chart is only one (1) hour, OSHA provides for the same levels of ethyl alcohol in the lungs for eight (8) hours straight per day.
Unlike e-cigarettes, Vapshots do not contain glycol or glycerine. There is no introduction of any additional chemicals or compounds when consuming a Vapshot other than the liquor in vapor and liquid form. Designed to be offered as single serving portions, Vapshot is not a system for continual and constant delivery of vapors.
The Vapshot vaporization process does not require any heat, which can produce vapors that may cause a burning sensation when consumed. In fact, Vapshot can be served at room temperature or even chilled. Other vaporization products use either heat or a chemical reaction to vaporize the alcohol, thereby introducing factors that may be a negative to health and safety. Vapshot is not in that same category of products.
A common misconception is when a person drinks alcohol, it's not the same as consuming alcohol in vapor form because the liquid does not make direct contact with the lungs. However, the truth is when alcohol is consumed in liquid form, it is processed by the body and introduced into the bloodstream and is absolutely transferred into the lungs as well as other vital organs. This is exactly why breathalyzers are used as the preferred method of detecting alcohol in a person's body, because drinking spirits introduces alcohol into the lungs.
Contrary to belief, every time you enjoy a drink containing spirits, you are in fact inhaling vaporized alcohol. When you sniff a glass of wine or simply breath in after taking a sip of your favorite whiskey, alcohol in vapor form is being introduced into your lungs. The nature of alcohol is to turn into vapor form when introduced to heat and / or air, which is exactly what happens in your nasal cavity or mouth. Often times orally ingested spirits remain inside your mouth and throat for extended periods of time, therefore you are in essence vaporizing alcohol for hours. Depending on the amount of alcohol you may consume, which being in concentrated liquid form has a vastly larger concentration of alcohol and much longer duration of effect, it's highly possible you are placing more alcohol in vapor form into your lungs than a Vapshot in any given time period. Because Vapshot is served in a regulated per serving size, it is possible to quantify the levels of intoxication and levels of acceptable ethyl alcohol in the lungs as shown above, which are both significantly lower than consumption of a traditional liquid shot or mixed drink.
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