Smoking technology transforms from time to time and there are many smoking ways since ancient times. Ancient devices are far primitive to the present day high-tech vaporizers, and E-cigs inventions. In the early 800-900 A.D., Mayans makes use of pottery, which has tobacco wrapped in dried leaves.
Europeans gets first exposure to smoking when they did land in Cuba, and Rodrigo de Jerez, a part of the Columbus crew experiences first the smoking ways. In 1650, Europeans did introduce tobacco smoking to Africa, and the device is made of elaborately carved wood and ceramic pipes are in practice. In 17 Century, Safavid Dynasty introduces Hookah in Persia, and India.
Pottery, Bamboo, Metal Piles and Now E-Cigs Devices
The smoking devices became more progressive in China by the use of bamboo and metal pipes and it exists in China’s Qing Dynasty. Smokers in Turkey began to make use of mineral deposits from the seabeds’ and Meerschaum becomes the popular pipe material. It is in 1874, a hand-rolled cigarette enters into smoker markets in Durham, North Carolina by W. Duke, Sons & Co.
With steady industrialization, cigarette making machine becomes operational and it rolls 12 0,000 per day and James Bonsack is the inventor. It is in 1990s, vaporizer hits markets for medical purpose. In 2006, Hon Lik invents E-Cigarette that goes commercial. Moreover, today in the digital era, vaporizer pens and digital vaporizers go popular and Bongs introduces it.