When it comes to getting the most out of your vaporizer, we know that having the right tools for the job is paramount to having the best experience possible in a vape session. Having a vaporizer that can accommodate your own tastes and preferences while delivering the strongest hits is what we are all about. Here we will be exploring how to maximize both vapor and airflow in a dry herb vaporizer. Knowing these essentials will not only provide you with the knowledge you may not have known before but will also fill you in with experience from those who have been vaping for a very, very long time.
There are two kinds of dry herb vaporizers available on the market – convection and combustion vaporizers. While these two might sound extremely similar – and to be clear they are not extremely far apart – the combustion will produce smoke and the convection will produce vapor. Make sure to pay attention to the type of vaporizer that is being offered and to ask if it is combustion or convection. Read this article to become an expert on the subject.
By now, you have probably seen vapes used somewhere, be it by a friend or even in a public space. It is also pretty common to see retail stores that cater to vaping only (and you regularly see them at gas stations, too!) However, if you are new to the idea of vaping, you may have several questions, including what is the point of a vape at all? Read this article and we will get that question answered!
We have compiled an easy guide for you to reference anytime you need a little how-to on one of the most popular vaping modalities out there, the dry herb vaporizer. Making the most of an herbal vaping session without sacrificing on material the way traditional pipes do is how the dry herb vape pen remains one of the best options for those seeking portability. Here we can look at some of the most well-known & popular go-to dry herb vaporizers on the market to see what makes them so coveted by users around the world.
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