I just bought a vaporizer, does this mean I can start buying reggie instead of high grade?
Since it vaporizes all the thc and nothing gets burned, it doesn’t matter what quality weed right?(for the most part).
Right now its about a gram so its really expensive. You can almost get quarter of reggie for that
Answer by Michelle S I need to find out where you’re getting your pot. a quarter for reg? That’s epic. Anyway, you’re right, it doesn’t really matter what type of pot you vaporize because instead of burning it, it releases the thc in the vapors. I guess the only reason you should stick to the higher grade is if you’re a medical patient who uses pot as a pain reliever. Once you find the right strain that works for you, it’s usually good to stick with it so that your symptoms don’t return. My advice is to get some of that reg you’re talking about and give it a go in your vape. If you are happy with the high you get, then stick with it. If it’s not up to par, then switch back to the higher grade.
Also, don’t forget… you can save the vaporized pot and use it in edibles. Reduce, reuse, recycle
Answer by peetr Vaporizing properly will taste better and have a stronger effect than smoking.
However, No, buy the best you can afford and save the bunk for those lame friends that bogart.
Buy extra glassware for newbies,because they’ll burn and it funks up the smell of the glass.
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What is the ideal temperature for a box vaporizer?
What is the best temperature to get the maximum potency out of my herbs? Also, I have seem some people remove the tube from the box while taking a draw, and I have seen others simply leave the tube on the box while it’s burning. Which is best?
Answer by SombreHippie I have a Vapor Daddy Deluxe. It doesn’t have exact temp settings, but goes from 1-10. I keep mine just a touch over 8. Any higher, and I find it starts to burn things. Any lower, and it doesn’t seem like much is happening. It took me a while to learn to make myself be patient letting it heat up first, ’cause I’d end up cranking it up and screwing things when it finally heated up.
I always leave the tube on. The point is to draw the heat through it to release the vapors, and you can’t really do that if it’s not near the element. It doesn’t extract much just being “near” the heat, without the heat moving through it.
It takes a bit of trial and error to figure out when it’s going properly and when it’s done. Keep an eye on the white vapors. It’s pretty much the only way to tell. If you’re lucky, your tube has a glass chamber at the end near the element, and you can watch the vapors gather and flow.
What is the difference using a medical marijuana Vaporizer?
Just smoking it. Do you smoke more or less? Is there a difference in the effect or High?
I know nothing about it, so if you could please share what you know about it. Just interested I can not understand why someone would pay 0.00 or more for a fancy pipe.
Answer by a_kings_fanatic The simplest answer is “smoking” anything is not healthy. When you combust a substance and inhale the smoke, not only are you inhaling the substances active chemicals but, you are also inhaling the inactive chemicals, which can sometimes contain cancer causing carcinogens, such as with tobacco. In the case of marijuana, it would be not only the ash contained in the smoke due to the lack of a filter but, also chlorophyll, which is an extreme irritant to the airway and why many marijuana smokers cough uncontrollably after taking a hit.
Vaporizers are different because they don’t burn or combust the marijuana, they work by inhaling hot air that is just barely hot enough to melt the oily trichomes, where the active chemicals are contained. When you use a vaporizer for the first time you will instantly notice the difference over smoking. No harsh irritation in the lungs and no hacking cough that usually follows.
What to set my new vaporizer temperature to?
I got a Topoo Herbal & aromatherapy vaporizer VP-100 from amazon.com what temperatures would you recommend i set this thing to?
Answer by Kirk Go on there website, anything that someone tells you on here could burn your bud and bud is not to be wasted!
But if you want my help I usually set mine around 384 (Farenheit i think that goes like 191 C) and it seems to do the trick.
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Answer by Pytr Pytr you bought one of the many cheap crappy knockoffs of The Original .
the most common problem is not being able to set it to a temperature that’s hot enough to vaporize but cool enough to not burn. The cheap vaporizers can’t seem to hold the right temperature during use.
note: the digital display isn’t very helpful because the heater can’t keep up the temp at the material regardless of what the display says.
but you try to find a temp that won’t char or smoke the material, but is hot enough to give big inhales.
How long after you turn off a vaporizer will it still give off vapor?
I am purchasing one but it will will just for myself mostly. I will probably only need a couple inhales and i would be done. Thats all i would need. I dont want to heat it up then waste it. What normal protocol?
Answer by Marie K that would be an odd way to use a hot water vaporizer, you usually use them to steam UP THE WHOLE ROOM.
Answer by PoohBearPenguin Then you don’t need a vaporizer, you need a nebulizer.
A vaporizer produces either a cool or warm stream of steam to gently raise the humidity in a room. The warm steam vaporizers can also be used to disperse medicine as well so you get a continual dose (e.g. menthol, etc.)
A nebulizer is designed to vaporize a dose of medicine so you can inhale it easier. You usually only use this for 5 to 10 minutes for each dose.
Answer by KauaiChrons I’ve had a few, they only take couple of minutes to cool down, don’t worry about waste. As long as you keep to the recommended Temperature in the manual and do not keep it too hot, none will waste.
What is a Vaporizer or Vapor machine, and What does it do?
I was walking home from the store and I found a pile of things with a sign by it saying “Free.” Then I picked up this machine type thing and on the side of it, it said The Ultimate Vapor Machine. So I went home and looked it up and found out that it was a vaporizer. I’m not sure what a vaporizer is.
Long story short, What is it, What does it do, and whats it for??
Answer by R its a machine that makes vapors
Answer by Tommy Ching u smoke out of it. it vapes ur herb
Answer by TyTy Its for smoking weed, it only burns the weed so only the THC is activated, its a lot healthier than smoking weed and takes absolutely no toll on your lungs