Is vape haram?

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Have you heard of crystal vape? You may be wondering what it is and whether or not it's haram. Well, let's take a look at the facts to see if this type of vaping device falls into Islamic law.

Is vape haram?

Crystal vape is an electronically operated device that can be used to vaporize nicotine-free liquids such as essential oils, waxes and concentrates. It works by heating up a coil which produces a vapour that contains the active ingredients from the liquid being vaped. The vapour produced by these devices does not contain any smoke, tar or other harmful chemicals associated with traditional cigarettes, making them much safer than smoking tobacco products.

The big question for many Muslims is whether or not crystal vape is considered haram in Islamic law. According to some scholars, there are various opinions on this matter but most agree that crystal vape should be allowed provided it does not contain any prohibited substances such as nicotine or alcohol derivatives and also doesn't involve any activities which could lead one astray from following the teachings of Islam e.g gambling etc... In addition to this, some scholars believe that using crystal vape should only be done when necessary in order to avoid becoming addicted or dependent on its use – similar to how one might use medication prescribed by a doctor under certain circumstances – so long as there are no negative consequences attached with its usage (such as health risks).

Overall, while there may still remain some debate surrounding whether or not crystal vape is classified as haram according to Islamic teachings - it seems clear that using such devices must always come secondary when compared with abstaining from all forms of smoking entirely since they do carry potential risks associated with their usage just like anything else we consume regularly (including food!). Therefore every Muslim should strive for abstinence first before considering alternative options if necessary which aligns more closely with Islamic principles of moderation and caution when dealing with matters related directly (or indirectly) our faith & beliefs!

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