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Dry Herb Vaping Cannabis
We’ve been smoking our cannabis in a $3 glass pipe for the last few weeks. While I find the smoke to be smooth enough, I personally don’t really like smoke. I really wanted to be able to taste and appreciate the flavors more. In researching on the different uses of flower, I came across “dry herb vaporizers”.
Dry herb vaporizers heat the flower enough to vaporize the trichome and terpenes without actually burning the bud. Following the advice of Troy in his article, The 9 Best Cheap Dry Herb Vaporizers, we purchased a Flowermate V5 Nano. We decided on the Nano as other reviews suggested that convection gives cleaner vapor. The Nano uses both convection and conduction compared to the less expensive Flowermate V5s.
We’re still learning to appreciate all the flavor but there is no comparison between the clean and clear flavors in vapor to those masked by smoke. After doing this video, I’m really looking forward to being able to develop a palette for all the flavors through vaping. By the way, I didn’t want to say too much about the experience as I don’t have a developed palette and besides, I’m sure the FDA would frown on my making any health claims. We do have some product going out to cannabis connoisseurs and will post links to their reviews.
In researching about the difference between outdoor and indoor grown cannabis, studies show that sun-grown (outdoor) hemp can be just as potent as indoor and often has a much fuller “terrior” – as in the term used in the wine industry to describe all the environmental factors that influence flavor. These factors range from the minerals and nutrients in the soil, earthworms, insects, the micro-biome, weather, and air quality. They all work to produce a bouquet of tastes.
The Propagation, Characterization And Optimization Of Cannabis Sativa As A Phytopharmaceutical
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