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by Matthew H September 02, 2020
If you go into a CBD specialty store, one of the available products that will likely catch your eye is raw hemp. Those who are new to CBD may only have experience with CBD tinctures or edibles and may be at a loss of how to use or consume raw hemp. To help guide those who are brand new to vaping or smoking, we want to address a likely question you will have: Can you use hemp in a dry herb vaporizer?
by Derek L August 16, 2020
Have you ever wondered why some dry herb vaporizers produce smoke while others do not? Well, wonder no more. Read this informative article and learn about combustion vs. convection and which device is best for your needs.
by Derek L August 06, 2020
Although wax concentrates are become increasingly popular it may be a new idea to you. This article will educate you on the differences between dry herb vs. wax vaping and give you tips to the perfect experience. Enjoy this article.
by Destiny V. June 29, 2020
Having a vape pen is very general. Many different types are out there, and they can only be narrowed down by features. Some vape pens take dry herb, wax, e-liquids, or oils. Knowing what type of vape you have is important so that you could determine what to put inside the vape pen.
by Matthew H January 20, 2020
Dry herb vaporizers are just one of the three main types of vaporizers available on the open market. Generally speaking, dry herb vaporizers tend to contain the battery, heating chamber, and mouthpiece arranged from bottom to top. Importantly, the chamber itself often has a small filter or screen where the dry herb is supposed to go. Vaporizers, while powerful, generally have a smaller capacity than the average bowl or bong but the ‘burn’ is much smoother, cleaner, and less uneven (if packed correctly). In this article, we explain everything you need to know about a dry herb vaporizer.
by Rory E. January 15, 2020
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by Robert H November 23, 2019
Most dry herb vapes are considered convection vaporizers. This means they bake the herbs at a temperature just high enough to release vapor without burning the herb. Because there is no combustion, this is a healthier alternative to smoking. However, this article highlights another type of dry herb vaporizer, a combustion vape. This is basically just an electronic way to smoke herbs. The heating element has direct contact with the herbs, burning them just like a lighter would. This is still slightly healthier than using a lighter as you are not inhaling any butane vapor. However, combustion vapes create smoke just like you would get from a pipe. Read this article to learn more about herb vapes that produce smoke instead of vapor.
by Chelsea O. November 05, 2019
With vape pens rising in popularity for vaping concentrates, it comes as no surprise there are plenty of variations to this highly sought after device. Vape pens have the ability to be concentrate specific or by changing out the tanks or cartridges to allow for compatibility with multiple material options. Unfortunately, this also means the exact method for filling your vape pen can be concentrate specific. To help you understand a little more, here is a quick how-to guide for filling your vape pen.
by Matthew H October 29, 2019
Vape pens have come a long way over the years and the market has expanded tremendously. As such, it is rather difficult to speak at length about all vape pens because their characteristics can vary dramatically with each specific type. Generally speaking, however, there are certain things that are universal to all vape pens. For example, all vape pens are going to have a mouthpiece with which to inhale your preferred, vaporized concentrate or herb. All vape pens are also going to incorporate some sort of battery as a power source and a heating chamber for the vaporization process. Continue reading to learn more about how vape pens work.
by Courtney T. October 08, 2019 1 Comment
Vaping has gained a lot of momentum in recent years as an alternative to smoking. Vaporizing heats dry herbs, oils, waxes or other concentrates to a high enough temperature to get them to turn to a vapor but not so high that the substance combusts or burns. Smoke caused by combustion contains many carcinogens not present in vapor. Additionally, vaporizing provides a cleaner taste so you can fully enjoy the flavor of dry herbs, oils and wax concentrates. There are many types of vaporizers designed for different purposes. We will go into more depth on the types of dry herb vaporizers and how vaping dry herbs differs from smoking them.
by Rory E. August 13, 2019
Dry herb vape pens can appear a little more intimidating than a typical oil vape pen. There are more steps to follow, there are more components to the pen to worry about, and the loading of the pen itself is more involved than simply attaching a pre-filled cartridge. However, do not fret! Using a >dry herb vaporizer is actually far easier than you may think. Read this article and you'll learn everything needed to operate your dry herb vape device.
by Chelsea O. July 30, 2019
Whether you are vaping dry herbs, oil or wax concentrate, there are a variety of reasons your vapor could taste burnt, such as high temperature, consecutive heating, and over-used vape coils. In this blog post, we have listed all the possible reasons this could happen to your vape pen and how to avoid it.
by Matthew H July 23, 2019
There are a lot of different reasons you may want to try and control the temperature on your vape pen. You could be trying to flesh out some of the different flavors from your chosen e-juice or concentrate. You could be attempting to try a new substance for vaping altogether. It could even be as simple as trying to get a normal amount of vapor to come out of a new cartridge or new accessory. Whatever the reason, trying to adjust the temperature on your vape pen is something all vape pen owners will at least think about. The more you get to know your vape pen, the better the understanding you will have in exactly how you can customize the available options. Read this vape guide to learn more about temperature control.
by Matthew H July 16, 2019
This is a particularly loaded question. One the one hand, there have been reports in the news about all sorts of unfortunate things happening to people who ‘vape’. However, there really isn’t a good way to broadly describe the vaping market, or the ‘vaper’, outside of saying that they own and use a vaporizer. There are dry herb, wax, e-juice, nicotine, and non-nicotine vapes and tons of different brands and devices and manufacturers. All of these factors really change the risk factors, if any, in using a particular vape product. Overall, vapes are incredibly safe products and when used properly they will never harm their owner. Read this article to learn more about the safety of vaporizers
by Matthew H May 02, 2018
Since vaporizers are a relatively new phenomenon, it is perfectly understandable if you don’t know how to use one. While the modern desktop vaporizer was invented back in the 90s, they were large desktop units that never gained much popularity. After the introduction of the e-cig in the early 2000s, manufacturers adapted the idea to create vape pens and the idea took off. Now, vaporizing is becoming more popular than smoking in many places around the world. Read this post to learn about how to use a portable vaporizer.
by Matthew H April 10, 2018 1 Comment
Buying Dry Herb Vaporizers are never easy. They're typically around $100 and many can cost as much as $200. We selected 3 outstanding portable dry herb vaporizers to compare. Read more to learn about the E-CLIPSE, Titan 2, and the Yocan iShred.
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