We noticed that many people doesn't know about Dry Herb Vaporizers and we wanted to share what we know so far. On the surface level, both practices seem the same since you are inhaling a substance into your lungs, but in reality, smoking and vaping are extremely different, particularly in regard to your health. Let's take a look in closer detail so that you have the information you need to choose the option that's right for you.
Dry herb vaporizer pens are a lot more discreet. When you whip out a joint, pretty much everyone will know exactly what you're smoking, which isn't the case with vaporizer pens since they are compatible with several different types of herbs.
Dry herb vaporizer pens can also be a much healthier choice than joints. These vaporizer pens do not rely on combustion to work, which means you aren't exposed to toxins. On the other hand, joints do rely on combustion, since you'll use a lighter to smoke the cannabis.
For some people, using a dry herbal vaporizer pen can also be a lot easier than smoking a joint. Rolling a joint is a skill that takes a little practice, whereas anyone can load dry herbs into the chamber of a vaporizer pen without any trouble. This also means that you can use a dry herb vaporizer pen much more quickly. Instead of rolling a joint, you'll just pull your pen out of your pocket and take a puff whenever you want.
Heat is the biggest difference between smoking and vaping. Smoking uses combustion, which occurs at a much higher heat above vaporization. In general, if you heat dry cannabis herbs over 445 degrees F, they will combust. Dry herb vaporizers operate at a lower temperature, typically between 330 degrees F and 337 degrees F. Heating the dry herbs at these temperatures release the cannabinoids without also releasing negative substances.
The difference between the heat used in smoking and vaporizing also impacts efficiency when you use cannabis. With smoking, you can destroy over half of the cannabinoids in your herb as soon as you light up, which reduces many of the medical benefits. Vaping doesn't destroy any of the cannabinoids, which means a dry herb vaporizer is the better choice for anyone interested in the medicinal advantage of cannabis.
Vaping also makes it easier to customize your cannabis experience, especially when it comes to how you'll feel the psychoactive effects of the herb. if you want only mild effects, you can vape at a lower temperature and then increase your temperature the more you want to feel the effects. With smoking, you'll always get the strongest hit because of the high temperature involved.
I would like to buy Vape THC cartridges in UK that fit the Kingpen. Can you help me out?
Hi sorry we stopped doing thc cartridges as not much interest. people switching to dry herb vaporizers as convenient. thanks
Over the past decade I"ve tried numerous 'dry herb' vapes... usually without much success, the early days weren't that good... However, recetly I've been using the Nebula One dry herb vape and am mightily impressed with it. Clean and easy to use, the chamber takes 0.5g-0.7g, has numerous temp setings that at actually quite accurate and the battery lasts longer than I expected. It retails around the 50 quid mark so is competetivie especially when compared to some of the bug name vaoes that costs 4 times the price.
Not good for 'stealth' smoking though as it does a great job of keeping the terp profile....
Vaping is great.
You can set the temperature low for a lower THC and more herbal experience, or full on for a bigger high.
I have the temperature set at mid-range and get the best of both worlds.
So interesting to experience the highs without coughing all the time and having to (badly!) roll a joint.
Just remember to clear out the vape pen with alcohol spray every now and again.
Boom selecta. Peace and love ????
Which brand of vape pen would you recommend?
I highly recommend Boundless dry herb vaporizers or herbava for budget. Works great for me.