Dry herb vapes aren’t a new thing, but recent progress in cannabis legalization has opened the floodgates on new products as early investors try to cash in.
What is a dry herb vaporizer?
A Dry Herb Vaporizer heats marijuana to extract the THC and cannabinoids while leaving behind tars and other toxins.
How does a dry herb vaporizer work?
Dry herb vapes apply heat to your cannabis or other material to vaporize the good-good.
There are several heating methods used in dry herb vapes. Many of the best portable vaporizers use a combination of conduction and convection to heat the chamber. This hybrid heating produces reliable vapor very quickly and thoroughly.
Pure Conduction Vaporizers use a heated chamber, or bowl, to cook your dry herbs. With a conduction vaporizer, your marijuana is in direct contact with the heated surface. Use a fine ground material and pack the bowl tight enough to effectively conduct heat, but not so tight that it comes out like a brick. Conduction vaporizers include: Pax 2, Pax 3, Flowermate 5, Davinci IQ, Xvape Starry, Davinci Miqro, Dynavap Vapcap
Pure Convection Vaporizers keep your cannabis at room temperature and use hot air to vaporize it as you take your draw. Many convection vaporizers are on-demand, which means the heater only heats up while you take your draw. Convection vaporizers include: Firefly 2, Ghost MV1, RBT Milaana, Firewood 5, Volcano
Conduction + Convection Hybrid Vaporizers utilize a combination of both conduction and convection to heat your greens. The ratio of each varies from vape to vape and the added variety of vapor path materials and vape signature sums up to a LOT of unique experiences. What? There’s a shit-ton of great vapes in this category and they’re all different enough to consider.
The highest rated and recommended dry herb vapes on the market are conduction + convection hybrid. The Mighty, Arizer Solo 2, Healthy Rips Fury 2, Boundless CFX