Temperature for Vaporizers
In most cases, people's first experience with dried products include a flame. Sparking up dried products is the most common and classic way to consume dried products, but it isn’t the only way - surprise, surprise. There's hvaping, bonging, and pipes.There is a plethora of ways to consume dried products and all in one way or another find commonplace with the vitality of temperature in their methods.
Let's Be Clear, Temperature is Important!
But among the growing popularity and technological advancements in vaporizers, temperature remains the most important aspect of vaporizers.
If you have a brief discussion with any vaping aficionado, it’ll be about 3 seconds into the conversation before they flood you with their favorite temperature settings and why. We’ll give them the benefit of the doubt though, however obnoxious they may be because temperature is pretty important and it will completely enhance or alter the experience you have with your dried products and vape.
Temperature Can Change Everything
If you never really thought about the specific temperatures when it comes to vaping, don’t worry because not many people have.
As it turns out, knowing the vape temperature for dried products can make all the difference in the world in terms of a high or lack thereof, taste, experience and medicinal properties. And not only that, vaping at the right temp for a specific type of dried product is better in the long run - especially in comparison to traditional smoking.
Believe it or not, boys and gals, setting your vape temperature can and will customize your vaping experience.
We all know that no two dried products are the same and as such, no two dried products should be consumed the same. Let's be real, if you spent God knows what on a swanky vaporizer with an adjustable temperature dial with incremental degree change, you want to get the absolute most out of the unit. Knowing the best temperature will help you get the best from your vaporizer.
The ideal temp is based on the exact dried product material being used. We recommend vaping dried products somewhere between 375°F and 430°F. Setting your vape at 375°F is perfect for the beginner and connoisseur to start, remember(!!) you will get better flavor, but it may not release all the important compounds in your dried products. The hotter you get, the more potent your vapor becomes, but it can be a bit harsher. Our solution? Experiment like you’re in college again! At 455°F, your dried products will begin to burn so you should never go there, but the average convection vape won’t even go that high anyway.
Get the Most Out of Your Vape
When you’re using a new vaporizer, you should always start at the lowest setting and work your way up until its giving you nice, solid and potent clouds that are smooth. If you’re hitting super harsh drags, your temperature is too high. Vaping at higher temps will burn the dried products quicker, your vaping experience won't be as enjoyable and long-lasting. Lastly , if you are getting thin, wispy hits with no flavor, the temperature may be too low.
Remember, the best temperature in the heating chamber will vary up depending on exact conditions, so that is why it’s best to start low and work your way up to find that perfect vaping temperature.
We hope that you’re now fully informed as to why temperature is the most important aspect of vaping and you’ve found out how to get the best out of your vaporizer! Happy vaping, friends!