Award winning company announces the release of their new product, Respirade herbal vapor
Online PR News – 22-November-2018 – Bloomington/Indiana – Bloomington, IN: (November 23, 2018) In the recent months, many in the medical field have brought awareness to the damaging effects that many commercial vapors contain harmful products and chemicals, such acrylonitrile, acrolein, propylene oxide, acrylamide and crotonaldehyde. Additionally, many vapor batteries operate at high temperatures (some almost at 500°F!), which can degrade the battery. In contrast, the Rebel Herbs company has created products that are safe (battery temperatures operate up to 300°F), smoke free, and do not contain chemical solvents, synthetic carriers, propylene glycol, nicotine, vegetable glycerin, or CBD.
The vapors are based on the Indian Ayurveda tradition of smoking therapeutic herbs for health benefits, a practice which is called "Dhum Pan". Thus, in Dhum Pan one can see that the lungs are used to benefit quickly from herbs, as the lungs are a quick pathway to the bloodstream and skips the digestive process. In Dhum Pan, a formula of holy basil, licorice, ginger, triphala, flax, ajowain and peppermint were used to maintain healthy lungs. Rebel Herbs use the same floras in the company's Respirade vapors.
Rebel Herb's patent pending herbal vapors use the pure CO2 extracts and/or essential oils from traditional therapeutic herbs. The oils will vaporize at a temperature of 250°F to 300°F, which is well below the temperature that would combust them. This leap forward in technology allows consumers to use an ancient therapeutic method while avoiding the potential health consequences of breathing in the smoke.
The Resporide vapor is in addition to the Rebel Herbs line of unique and innovative herbal vapors which are made exclusively from herbs and spices coming from the company's certified organic farms, located near the town of Satara in India.The company practices safe, environmentally responsible extraction by using the CO2 extraction when possible and water or alcohol when required. By using these methods and avoiding the use of hexane and acetone, the company is reducing its toxic waste to a negligible level.
As a member of the Nisarga Biotech Group, Rebel Herbs is helping to sustain a wonderful way of life for over 400 Indian families near Mumbai. The company is looking to build a sustainable long term revenue engine for everyone in its chain of supply, therefore Rebel Herbs makes sure to pay its workers 20% more than the average wage for their positions.
Jason Edwards, CEO of Rebel Herbs, expressed that he "is excited to launch this new product to the public" and "looks forward to continuing to provide quality products to people around the world."