Little Known Facts About Dry Herb Vaporizers And Why They Matter
Everyone knows that dry herb vaporizers are an efficient and cost-effective way to enjoy good bud. However, there are things about them that are not common knowledge but should be, especially if you are looking for an above-average vape experience.
Table Of Contents
- Good Dry Herb Vaporizers Do Not Burn the Material, They Cook It
- Vape High Lasts Longer But It Is Not as Intense as a Smoke High
- Desktop Vaporizers Are Great For 420 Parties
- Weed vaporizers Help Mask the Telltale Odor
- You Can Now App-Control Your Marijuana Vaporizer
- Your Vaping Experience Is Only as Good as Your Grind
- Weed Is Not the Only Herb You Can Vape On
- Do Weed Vaporizers Smell?
- Are You Ready To Give Your Marijuana Vaporizer a Good Whirl Now?
#1 Good Dry Herb Vaporizers Do Not Burn the Material, They Cook It
It is a common misconception that dry herb vape pens create vapor by burning the material placed inside them. If that were the case, we would be talking about smoke, not vapor. The truth is that most devices available today use convection heating, meaning that there is no direct contact between the herb and the heating element. Some inferior vaporizers still use conduction (direct contact, hence easy burning) but these are getting phased out slowly.
Convection heating means that the herb is ‘cooked’ – all the good stuff evaporates and is inhaled, but the material never burns. Research has shown that the level of THC inhaled remains the same, but with far fewer toxins polluting the vapor. This guarantees a cleaner and safer vaping experience.
#2 Vape High Lasts Longer But It Is Not as Intense as a Smoke High
This is a somewhat debatable point but most marijuana enthusiasts tend to agree that a dry herb vaporizer high is not as intensive as what you get when burning weed the old fashioned way. This is not a bad thing – there’s no haziness and no couch lock with vaping. There is, however, a nice mellow buzz and a quality euphoric high (provided you enjoy vaporizing in moderation).
On the other hand, a marijuana vaporizer high starts off a bit later and lasts longer, so that is something to keep in mind. This low-key, delayed high is perfect for when you can’t afford to be totally stoned, but can’t nip out the back for a quick hit (think long conferences and boring meetings).
#3 Desktop Vaporizers Are Great For 420 Parties
Vape sessions can be messy, especially when a group of people is passing around a badly rolled doobie that unravels at the slightest touch. That is why desktop dry herb vaporizers are great for 420 parties. They are clean and easy to use and guarantee that everyone can partake in the session without too much hassle.
There are a few things that you need to keep in mind when group vaping:
- Don’t hog the vape – what goes around, comes around.
- Your lips are for kissing – but not for making out with the vaporizer whip.
- Not everyone is into huge clouds – take small, respectful puffs and pass it on.
One more thing – cleaning out the device usually falls down to the host. However, make sure to offer to help before you pack up and head out. It is only polite.
#4 Weed vaporizers Help Mask the Telltale Odor
When it comes to best vape juice lines, there are a lot of flavor options out there – from strawberry and oranges to bacon and crab, vapers can pretty much choose whatever tickles their fancy. Most people believe that you are stuck with only one flavor – marijuana – when using dry herb vaporizers. Nothing could be further from the truth.
There are dozens of herbs that you can use to load up your vaporizer bowl. One of the more popular ones is valerian, which some people vape on to combat insomnia. Other herbs include catnip, thyme, passion flower, damiana, lemon balm, chamomile, lavender, sage, peppermint, and more.
These aromatic herbs can be used solo (but don’t expect a buzz), or you can just add a pinch of them to your weed mix. Either way, expect an incense shop type of smell to linger around you for a while should you choose to ‘cook’ them.
Does Vaping Weed Smell?Many people ask themselves, “Does vaping smell?” Marijuana smells in all its forms, but some are more potent than others. Dry herbs being vaped in a vaporizer have the most potent scent, especially portable conduction vaporizers.
Dab has a slight scent when being vaped from a pen, but not as much as dry herbs. However, the smell is more powerful when using a rig because it produces more vapor.
Vapes that use THC oil cartridges produce the least amount of odor; however, it depends on how much vapor is produced. As with rigs, the more vapor produced, the more odor there is. The advantage of using THC coil cartridges is that the smell dissipates quickly.
How to Reduce the Smell of Weed?
There are many things someone can do to reduce the smell of dry herbs and concentrates.
- First off, never vape in a car, even with the windows rolled down. It is not worth risking a cop getting a faint whiff of weed after getting pulled over.
- Second, make sure the room in which you are vaping is well ventilated. Open the windows and turn on any fans you have.
- Finally, vape outside in a backyard or balcony instead of indoors, if possible.
There are also other tricks one can pull now that you’ve asked and found the answer to “Does a vaporizer smell?” You can try things like blowing the vapor into air conditioning vents or bags of popcorn, but the three primary pieces of advice written above are much more effective.
Are You Ready To Give Your Marijuana Vaporizer a Good Whirl Now?
Vaporizing just got a bit easier, didn’t it? Now you know that it’s not always about the bud when you’re having a bad vape session; you just weren’t careful with your grinding. And next time you have people over, you definitely won’t be rolling doobies, you will just whip out your desktop vaporizer.
These little pearls of wisdom about dry herb vaporizers will make your vape sessions easier and more enjoyable, so make sure to share them with your friends and spread the joy. Also, drop us a comment if you have your own pearls to share – we are all ears!
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Slozella McdonaldNovember 8, 2019 at 7:40 pm
Thanks for the information
AnnetteJune 2, 2019 at 4:37 pm
Is the vape from this type of vaping safe to do around kids?
DankstarvapesFebruary 18, 2019 at 7:13 pm
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