Dry Herb Vaporizer

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What are a few good reasons to use a Dry Herb Vaporizer?

This type of vape is used to NOT burn ground material, but to vaporize it so that no toxins that are commonly present in smoke will enter a person's lungs. The dry herb vape has cancelled the well known stigma of "pot heads" due to being aesthetically different to smoking a joint as well as producing light vapor that is often seen in public without the notice of the act itself. This brings us to our second point, vaping dry herbs is indistinguishable to vaping an eCig. This is one of the most popular reasons to have a weed vaporizer in general. You can reap the benefits of HTC and CBD without worrying that you will be looked down upon, nor bothered by authority. This is considering you don't put your temperature regulator on full blast.

How do you go about purchasing the vaporizer that fits your needs?

We recommend doing plenty of research as vaporizers may often look similar to each other. However, we assure you that many are packed with a variety of functionality that may or may not do what you are looking for. With choosing a dry herb vaporizer, we recommend going with a convection style device. This heating method will ensure you do not breathe in smoke while having an option to fit anyone's budget. From $59 all the way up to $500, there are an array or features that you may want to understand first, before making your purchase. Buyer's remorse is very common in this industry as there are many rookies who can pull the trigger and ask questions later.

How to choose the right Herbal Vaporizer for dry material?

To start, you will require a budget. Once you do have a number in mind, include the price of a grinder as this is a must when it comes to vaporization of ground material. Some of our vapes at Portable Hookahs have a free gift option being a grinder. If you are looking for something that produces smoke but looks like a vaporizer, you should go for a fully conduction heating unit that uses a coil. This however is not recommended. Sticking to convection style conduction vapes will be the best option. Choose one with a temperature regulator so that material with a higher level of moisture can be used with elevated temperature while material that is more dry can be heated at lower temp. If you are a customer with lung issues, we recommend a full convection vaporizer that is heated evenly using hot air without toughing any hot surface. Please speak to a doctor for approval or recommendations if there are any risks a vaporizer can pose to your health.

What is the best temperature to vaporize with?

The best temperature to vaporize at can vary based on the type of herb and the person vaping it. If your herb has a low moisture level because you’ve had it awhile, it might require a slightly higher temperature. If you’re out in public and trying to be discreet, you should vape at a lower temperature—say, between 325 and 350 degrees F—to ensure less odor. And if you have any lung problems you should keep it below 375 degrees F.

If you’re at home and you want large vapor clouds, it’s safe to go up to 400 degrees or even higher if you like. Though 375 to 400 degrees is usually considered optimal, it is also possible to vape up to 500 degrees. At this temperature, though, it will create combustion and will be similar to rolling a joint.

What you need to know before purchasing a Dry Herb Vaporizer or any other Vaporizer

That depends. Vaporizers for dry herbal blends come in two types: convection vaporizers, and conduction vaporizers. Both work very well, but it’s worth learning about the two types so you can get the best weed vaporizer for your needs.

Convection Vape—Convection vaping is great because it heats up the herb evenly without any combustion at all, producing pure vapor. Many doctors recommend this type because it prevents heat from going into the lungs. The vapor is strong and flavorful.

Conduction Vape—With a conduction vape, you place the material right onto the coil and hold down the power button—quick and simple! If you want to smoke on the go and you hit the pipe several times throughout the day, a conduction vape is great for you.

Best within your budget

There are dry herb vaporizers at many different price points.

$50 Range—If your budget is tight, you’ll have to go with a generic conduction vaporizer. These devices work pretty well, but warranty support isn’t as great as a brand-name vape. There is, however, one great convection vape pen called the Atmos Jump. This dry vaporizer is affordable and comes with a replacement warranty.

$100 Range—There are plenty of high-quality weed vaporizers to choose from at this price point, and most of them will have great warranties and customer service. You can buy the best conduction vapes and even high-end convection vapes in the $100 range. The Status, DaVinci Original, Atmos Boss, Compass, Transporter, Orbit, Vicod and the Snoop Dogg Bush are all excellent convection vaporizers that are great values for the price.

$200 and Up—You can get really fancy in this price range! This is where you’ll find vape kits of the highest quality. The PAX, Ascent, Firefly, and Haze vaporizers will provide you with an excellent, highly customizable vape experience and earn you compliments from everyone around you. This price range is perfect for the vape connoisseur. If you invest a lot in your materials, you might as well make sure that your device matches the quality of the material.

Why are medical weed vaporizers so popular?

Vaporizers—including regular tobacco vapes and vaporizers for dry herb—have burst onto the scene in a huge way recently. It’s not just because it’s a healthier alternative to traditional cigarettes, though that is a great benefit. It’s also because flower is becoming less taboo and more mainstream, and its great medicinal benefits are becoming recognized.

More states are allowing both medicinal and recreational use of flower, with more expected to legalize in the near future. Many people believe that it’s only a matter of time before flower is legalized nationwide. When that happens, the vaping business will REALLY be booming!

So, why do we think vaping will become more popular than traditional methods of smoking (like joints, pipes, and bongs) when all these new herb users hit the scene? A big reason is the aforementioned health benefits. Smoke can expose you to toxins and can cause lung damage with repeated use, but vaping gets you all the good stuff without the toxins and carcinogens. Since the herb is being heated instead of burned, you get the good stuff without having to inhale the bad.

Another reason vaping is popular is that there are so many different devices available, so you can really personalize your experience. If you like to enjoy flower with your friends, a larger desktop vaporizer is a great option. If you’re always on the go, there are some super sleek and portable options out there. There are different vape devices for various materials, and you can customize features like battery life, tank size, temperature, and more.

Things to remember when buying a weed vaporizer herbs:

You’ll need to get a grinder—When you get an herbal vaporizer, you’ll also need an herb grinder. You can’t just drop an entire bud in there; you’ll have to grind it finely first so you can get the full potency of the herb. Some vape kits include grinders, but not all do. Grinders come in lots of shape and sizes, most are designed with portability in mind, and you’re sure to find one that works for you!

Pack it properly—When you first load your herb vaporizer with material, remember not to jam it in there too tightly. You need to leave a little bit of space for the air to pass through. When you pack it perfectly, you’ll get an optimal vaping experience!

Watch your temperature—It’s good to start with the recommended settings. Then, as you gain experience, you can play around with settings to find what works best for you.Too low and you won’t get all the benefits; too high and your material can start to combust.  Many people think that the optimum temperature is around 375 degrees F, but this often comes down to personal choice.

Remember that the high may be different than you’re used to—Some people find that the high from a vaporizer comes on a little more gradually than they are used to. This is not because a vape delivers a less potent high. It’s actually because the lower temperature delivers medicine in a slightly different manner. Vape enthusiasts say that vaping gives them a cleaner, purer type of high. Sounds like a good thing to us!

Handle with care—herbal vaporizers do get hot, and they require careful handling at all times. Be sure to read all the instructions that come along with your new dry herb vaporizer. Most vape devices are pretty simple, but to get the most out of your device, you can easily find instructional videos and search online for in-depth training on how to use your new herbal vaporizer.

Now, you know the benefits of using a vaporizer for dry herbs, and you know a little more about them. The next step is choosing the right one for you! Browse through our selection to figure out which one best suits your needs. We’ll guide you through the process by highlighting the best features of the vape kits currently on the market.