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Tips For Using Dry Herb Vaporizers

on Jun 27, 2018

The way people enjoy dry herbs has been changed with the use of dry herb vaporizers. If you are going to be using a dry herb vaporizer, there are some tips that you should know about. These tips will ensure that you are getting the most out of the vaporizer you are using.

Use The Right Herbs

If you want to get the most out of dry herb vaporizers, you have to use the right herbs. Well-cured and high-quality herbs are the ones that you should be using. It is important that you avoid any herbs which are old, stale and dried out. These herbs will not provide you with the full flavor that you want or need.

The process of vaporizing will rely on moisture and if the herb does not have any moisture, the process will not work very well. The herbs you are using in the chamber should never be too dry or too wet. A good way to test the moisture will be through touch as it should not be moist to the touch, but you should not be able to make a fine powder when crushing it with your fingers.

Check The Temperature

When you look at dry herb vaporizers, you will notice that some offer manual temperature controls. This is something that you should look at because using the right temperature is important if you want to get the best experience from the vaporizer. The problem that most people have is that getting the right temperature is not always as easy as it seems.

The general rule of thumb is that you should use a temperature between 180 and 210 degrees Celsius. This is the temperature that automatic temperature control devices will generally work at. However, this is not always ideal depending on the herbs that you are using and you might need to experiment with the setting.

Pack Tight, But Not Too Tight

The way that you pack your vaporizer chamber will impact the entire experience and you need to consider this. It is recommended that you pack the herbs in the chamber tightly, but not too tight. If

the herbs are too tight, the heat will not be able to move through them and the vaporizing process will not work very well.

Again, you will have to experiment to try and find the right tightness for packing your herbs. If you use too little, you will not be able to get enough flavor and this will not provide very much vapor. Overpacking your chamber could also damage your vaporizer.

Get The Right Heating System

When you look at dry herb vaporizers, you will notice that some use conduction and others use convection heating. Convection is considered better for dry herbs because the heating element will not touch the herbs. This will reduce any chances of combustion which is when the herbs start to burn.

Convection will have the heat travel through the air and warm the herbs in this way. This is why you have to be careful with the packing of the herbs. Conduction heating will involve the heating element touching the herbs which will increase the risks of combustion.

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