If you’ve just recently been considering hopping on the bandwagon that is becoming vaporizing, you might be in need of a bit of information. Especially if you’ve been smoking up the cannabis sativa plant since you were young decades ago, the futuristic nature of vaporizing the plant instead can be a bit daunting. Maybe your nephew bought you one when they heard that you got your medical marijuana card, but you tried it a few times and it just wasn’t doing the trick for you and you went back to smoking. To get the best vaporizer sessions you need to know a few tips and tricks that I’ve only come to learn very recently due to my friend having bought a new vaporizer.

  1. Cleaning it is essential. This is the number one thing anybody with a vape should ever know and get used to doing. Cleaning it well, and often, is the first thing anybody should get used to doing if they really want to enjoy the best of their vaporizer. It improves the quality and taste of the sessions since a build up of residue messes with the flavor, but it also means that there is way less potential for random complications with your hardware.

  2. Play with the temperature! This doesn’t apply to everybody of course, but most of the best vaporizers these days give users the freedom to choose what temperature they heat their bud at. This is great for personalizing your vaping sesh, and also for medical patients. There are a ton of different terpenes and cannabinoids in there and they all have different boiling points to turn into vapor. Besides that, higher temperatures tend to yield larger and thicker clouds of vapor, while lower temperatures are great for getting the full flavor out of your chosen strain. It’s very common for people to start at low temperatures then raise it throughout the session to end with some potent heaps of vapor.

  3. Charge it when it’s dead. Because of the lithium-ion batteries that are common in most vapes, you might consider avoiding charging it while using it or charging it while the battery still has half a charge. This kind of batteries often suffers from decreased overall lifetime when overcharged too often.

Published by Zachary McGavin