An Introduction to Dry Herb Vaporizers
There are two kinds of people in this world. Those that can roll a joint, and those who can’t. If you seem to fall in the latter, then consider a dry herb vape as your preferred method of smoking. We carry a ton of different dry herb vaporizers that are sure to fit into anyone’s smoking accessory arsenal. Before we dive in, remember, Kustom Kulture is Canada’s home to buy wholesale dry herb vaporizers for headshops.
What is a dry herb vape?
A dry herb vape works a little different than the traditional methods of smoking a bong, joint, or blunt. Instead of burning the herb directly, a dry herb vape heats the herb until the terpenes and cannabinoids in your herb have become a vapor. The resulting vapor has less odor, hits smoother, and is free of many carcinogens that may have come from a more traditional smoking method instead.
Dry herb vaporizers are usually battery powered and rechargeable. This makes them incredibly user friendly. Simply open the lid, load the chamber, and vape away. If you’re looking for wholesale dry herb vaporizers, we have a large assortment and are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
How does the herb get vaporized?
Dry herb vapes use three different methods. Conduction, convection, and a hybrid between the two. These three methods will vaporize the herb below the combustion point so only vapor gets produced, not smoke.
Conduction is the most common heating method for dry herb vaporizers. In a conduction vape, the herb comes into direct contact with the heating element. This method is used in vaporizers of all price ranges.
Convection is the second most popular method of vaporization. The herb does not come into contact with the heating element. Instead, hot air is passed and pushed around the herb chamber and through the herb to vaporize it.
Hybrid heating uses a combination of both heating methods. This leads to the best tasting vapor of all dry herb vaporizers. Hybrid heating is found in high-end vaporizers.
How does a dry-herb vaporizer affect me?
A dry herb vaporizer affects people differently than a blunt, bong, or joint. When using a dry herb vaporizer, it is best to take long, slow inhales of the vapor before exhaling. Vaping herb usually results in a higher concentration of THC in the blood than smoking herb traditionally. Take it slow and one inhale at a time.
We hope this article works as a brief introduction into the world of dry herb vaporizers and how they work. In a future article we will go over different vaporizers at different price point, low to high-end. Kustom Kulture is home to Canada’s wholesale dry herb vaporizers for headshops. The best location to buy wholesale vapes in Canada.