My friend got a DBV for christmas so i smoked out of that at least 100 times this past year, I dont think vapes are that great though, they fun every 1nce in a while but lack soul and you don't get to blow smoke.
Then smoke. That's the beauty of cannabis. There's so many options.
But for those concerned about the effects smoking cannabis is having on them feel free to ask any questions you have about vaporizers.
Yes it is a different experience, but I've found it to be quite enjoyable. It's almost odorless in case you didn't know. Most people notice how quickly cannabis smoke clears an area unlike tobacco smoke, but the vapor created from any aroma therapy vaporizer clears a room almost instantly. IF anything, you'll get the slightest smell of lightly-overcooked popcorn.
Vaporizers are also very effective at producing different highs. This is what I find so appealing about them. Most cannabinoids will vaporize between 180-200 degrees Celsius. But the effects you experience at 180 are vastly different to those you feel at 200. So if you get a digital vaporizer with an accurate temperature gauge you can determine what high you want. Vape your bud at a lower temp. around 185 and you'll get a more uplifting high that gives you an energetic feeling. Vaporize closer to 200 and you'll be cooking the cannabinoids that cause the intense feelings of euphoria and relaxation. This tepmerature is what will produce more of the couchlock and is what Medical Marijuana patients tend to vape at to help with pain.
So vaporizing isn't as simple as most think it is. There are so many different options. And for those crying out of not being able to take it on the go or it is too expensive, with a little research you can find some vaporizers that would be very useful. There are hand-held vaporizers that work on batteries and smaller ones easily stored in a backpack or something to take else where.
Lastly, purchasing a vaporizer is an investment. You can't go in to it with the same mind-set you would with a $40 pipe, that will more than likely be broken in a few months. A vaporizer is there for the long run. And the amount of cannabis it takes to get high with a vape is significantly less than that of normal smoking or ingestion. Eventually your vaporizer will pay for itself!
So look around and give it a shot. It's definitely worth it in my opinion. And feel free to PM me if anyone has any more question anything cannabis related.
vapes are dope. way more intense high and the vapor doesnt smell like weed at all. ive hit my vape in my room while my parents were chillin in the room next to me and they didnt smell a thing. the only thing thats bad about vapes is that shitty ones break, so you gotta fork out the cash for a good solid vape.
also you can take the remains and make cannabutter which you can use to make some amazing pot brownies
that's ridiculous. what have we come to when we're too lazy to read a few paragraphs, but have no problem asking someone to summarize them? take a break from surfing the internet and go do something productive
vaporizers have many different options and the high can change depending on the temperature at which you vape. there are all sorts of vapes (portable, cheap, expensive, battery powered, plug in ones) they are an investment and you need less weed to get high. you really should just read it you lazy fuck.
Sometimes, money is an issue. I could never possibly spend $700 on a smoking tool. I guess it just doesnt mean enough to me to do that. That is outrageous to me.
To me, $700 is a new wakeboard, a new laptop, a new bike, insurance money, money towards a new jetski I am saving up for, etc. And it might be different stuff for different personalities or lifestyles. I could not imagine spending $700, which could lead to purchasing a big commodity for me, on a utensil to smoke marijuana.