As much as I love my joints, bowls, and bong rips, I will always be a huge advocate for dry herb vaporizers. I had my first experience with one in college where my friends and I had to be extremely discreet with our cannabis usage in the dorms. The Pax 2 that we all shared was perfect for getting high without sounding off the smoke alarms or stinking up the hallways. Although we used it for it’s inconspicuousness, I quickly fell in love with all the aspects of vaping flower. If you’re considering investing in a dry herb vape, I implore you to consider all of these great perks.
- Although cannabis itself has many health benefits, inhaling any kind of smoke is not good for you or your lungs. A vape will heat flower up enough to activate the desired cannabinoids whilst stopping any actual combustion from taking place. Studies show that dry herb vape users have significantly decreased respiratory symptoms compared to smokers.
- As previously mentioned, it’s great for users looking to remain discreet. Because you’re producing vapor instead of smoke, the odor dissipates quickly. This can be ideal for students, parents, and anyone else looking to keep their cannabis use confidential.
- The high produced from vaping cannabis is a much different experience than smoking it. I can only describe it as being more of a clear-headed, functional high. Some people really love it, while others don’t. I’m personally a fan of it.
- Already vaped bud (AVB) is one of the best things about dry herb vapes. Vaping your flower at low temperatures will mean that you still have some viable, decarboxylated herb in the chamber when you’re done with it. You can use this stuff to get high again. You can make some edibles with it or simply eat it straight up. I like putting some on a cracker with peanut butter to mask the unpleasant taste.
Taylor Sieg – CCC Product Specialist