Best Medical Marijuana Vaporizers 2017

2017 BEST VAPORIZER GUIDEMedical Marijuana Vaporizer Reviews and Guides

Here at Quit Smoking Community, we support vaporizers. In honor of this great new technology, we put together an ultimate guide to vaporizers for medical marijuana patients. If you don’t know where to start, you’ve started in the right place!

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Below are the 4 main categories of vaporizers. Click one to go see the top rated vaporizers reviewed in that category. If you’re not sure, keep on scrolling to learn more about each type.

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Best Vaporizer Awards:

Best Vape Overall
V2Pro Series 7 Vaporizer
  • $129.99
  • Best Vaporizer for 2017
  • Amazing Performance
Stealth Vaping
V2Pro Series 3
  • $49.99
  • Vape Juices, Waxes and Herbs
  • Great Value for Money
Great for Dry Herbs
DRE Vaporizer
  • $139.95
  • Great with Dry Herbs
  • OLED

Top 7 Vaporizers:

#1 — Series 7 3-in-1 Vaporizer

Series 7 Dry herb Vaporizer

V2Pro Series 7 vaporizer simply rocks. It’s one of the cheapest dry herb vapes on the market (even without our 10% off coupon code). It handles dry herbs and dabs equally well (and can also work with vape juices) and with the magnetic charger and cartridges is very easy to operate.

In our opinion, it’s the  best vaporizer on the market today !

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#2 — MigVapor DRE

MigVapor DRE VaporizerThe latest and greatest dry herb vaporizer by MigVapor — The DRE dry herb vaporizer. Featuring the high-tech quartz heating system and optimized battery performance, the DRE vaporizer is a great option for those looking for a reliable dry herb device with amazing customizability and performance.

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#3 — V2Pro Series 3

V2 Pro Series 3 Vaporizer Pen

The V2 Series 3 travels well and is both durable and easy-to-use. Not only that, but the vaporizer’s stylish design makes it attractive as it is unique.

With its interchangeable cartridges, you can enjoy your dry herbs, dabs or e-liquids (both PG and VG) which make this vaporizer the most versatile compact vape on the market.

The device is available in three different colors and offers something for everybody.

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Pax 3 marijuana vaporizer

The Pax 3 is among the most expensive portable vaporizers on the market on the market, but its price is justified by the unmatched built quality, durability, and performance.

If you’re in the market for a luxury vape — check out the Pax 3. It works perfectly with both dry herbs and dabs (so you won’t need to buy a separate device for your concetrates). It’s extremely easy to use and with the unmatched customization available through the PAX Android/iOS app, the PAX 3 vaporizer is the best luxury vaporizer on the market today. Use the button below to buy onlint directly from the PAX for $274.99.


#5 — Herb-E Micro Vaporizer

Herb-e dry herb vaporizer

Herb-e micro dry herb vaporizer is one of the smallest vape pens on the market right now. It’s available for only $59.95, features aluminum chamber and metal body wrapped in carbon fiber and comes with 90-day warranty.

It has only two temperature settings, which might be a problem for some demanding vapers, and its chamber holds ~half a gram of your herbs (which should be more than enough for a solo session).

If you’re looking for a stealthy and powerful dry herb vape pen for solo sessions,  MigVapor’s Herb-E is an excellent choice!

#6 — MigVapor Matirx Vaporizer

MigVapor Matrix

The Matrix Vaporizer is a great choice for those vapers who are looking for durability and performance.

Capable of vaporizing both dry herbs and concentrates, the Matrix justifies its price by being a nearly-indestructible easy-to-use/clean/maintain device that will serve you reliably for a long, long time.

Best Vaporizer Video Reviews

Check out our best vaporizers list below or scroll down to see the top picks in each price category:

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Best Vaporizer Overall V2Pro Series 7
Best For Vaping E-Liquids XEO Void Vaporizer
Best for Your Dabs Pax 3
Best Luxury Vaporizer Pax 2 Vaporizer
Best For Stealth Vaping V2Pro Series 3
Best for Hassle-Free Experience XEO Void Vaporizer
Best For a Group Session Vapir Rise 2.0
Best 3-in-1 Vaporizer Series 7 Vaporizer

What’s Your Vaping Budget?


If your budget is $50 to $100 for a vaporizer, you actually have more options than you probably think. Check out our “Best Portable Vaporizers” page to see a list of quality, portable vaporizers that are right inside your price range.

If your budget is $50 to $100 and you enjoy vaping dry herbs, waxes, or e-liquids, then you have even more options. Be sure to check out our “Best Vaporizer Pens” page to find even more options within your price range. Some of these vaporizer pens do work with dry herb, but if you prefer vaporizing dry herb than we recommend looking at the “Best Portable Vaporizers” page, you’ll be more likely to find something better on that list.


$100 to $200 is a bit of a conundrum because many of the high-end portable vaporizers are in the $200-$250 range. So if you raise your budget just a bit it could really be worth the extra money. However, if you’re stuck at under $200, than we’d recommend looking at the “Best Portable Vaporizers” page, particularly at the best 3-in-1 vaporizerV2Pro Series 7 Vaporizer ($129) or MigVapor Matrix Vaporizer ($139.95).

If you want to push up to the top of your budget, there are some other good options. The DaVinci Ascent Vaporizer ($199.99) is another good portable dry herb vape $200 (although we’d still recommend you go with V2Pro Series 7). You could also even go for a desktop vape, such as the Arizer Extreme Q ($199.99).


In the $200-$300 range, your options really open up when it comes to portable vaporizers. If this is your budget, you can go for any of our “Top 10 Portable Vaporizers” and pretty much every one of our “Top 8 Desktop Vaporizers” besides the Herbalizer and Volcano.

It really depends on your personal preference. If you want to be able to take your vape on the go, then we would recommend you to check out the top options in this price range, Pax 3 Vaporizer ($274.99), DaVinci IQ ($274.99). The Pax 3 is the more portable of the two,  but both of them are very fun to use and extremely efficient.

If you don’t mind keeping your vape at home most of the time, a high-end desktop vaporizer could be right up your alley. We would recommend you to check out the desktop options. They are all whip style vaporizers but each has their own unique qualities.


If you have over 300 dollars to spend, then you may as well just splurge on the Volcano. You can get the Volcano Desktop Vaporizer ($480/ $580 for Digital Volcano). You could also look into the highly touted Herbalizer, which is currently going for $599. Sure, the Herbalizer is $299 more than $300, but if you’re going to spend that much on one of the best vaporizers on the market, you should just spend a bit more and get THE best vaporizer on the market. If you’re into luxury portable vaporizers, check out the second edition of the Firefly 2 vape. It’s $329.95, but if you have some extra money, it’s definitely worth it.

What Form of Medical Marijuana Will You Be Using?

Vaporizers have changed a lot since the development of concentrates in wax and oil form. Now that THC comes in concentrated form, vaporizers don’t have to be as big and bulky to do their job. Vaporizer pens have come on to the scene in force and are pretty much the go-to vaporizer for any type of concentrate. But the classic dry herb vapor technology has improved as well. You can now get a premium dry herb vaporizer for around $200, and instead of it being a bulky, whip-style vaporizer, it’s small enough that you can put it in your pocket and carry it around with you.

Because things have changed so much, we really have to look at what type of product you’ll be putting in your vaporizer most of the time.

Wax Concentrate

If you prefer wax concentrate to dry herb, than you have it pretty easy. You can get a quality wax vaporizer for much cheaper than you can find a quality dry herb vaporizer. We would recommend any of our “Top Wax Vaporizer Pens“. They are cheaper than the portable or desktop vaporizers, as well as smaller and more discreet. Our top recommendation out of that list is, of course, the vape pen ranked in the #1 spot: the V2Pro Series 7 vaporizer. It’s only $129, has tons of rave reviews, loyal customers, and with its wax chamber, the Series 7 handles wax amazingly.

Oil Concentrate

As electronic cigarettes have exploded onto the scene and changed the world of cigarettes and smoking, they’ve also affected the world of medical marijuana. Now cannabis patients can use the same technology found in e-cigarettes to vaporize their medicine in liquid form. By replacing nicotine-laced e-liquid with THC-laced oil, you can now use e-cigarette technology to discreetly and potently access your medicine. Many people who are out and about a lot prefer the THC oil vaporizers, so if that describes you, we recommend you check out our “Best Vape Pens” page to see which one suits you best.

Dry Herb

Dry Herb is still the most popular form of vaporization. Simply vaporizing the original product is much easier than buying it and then getting it into wax or liquid form, or paying more to somebody to do it for you. Plus, vaporizing dry herbs just tastes better! Because there is such a wide range of dry herb vaporizers, it mostly comes down to your budget. Look at the above budget section again to get an idea of what you can afford. You may also want to take a look at our “Top Portable Vaporizers” page to see a full list of the best herbal vapes on the market.

 Vaporizers Guide and FAQs

What is a vaporizer?

Put simply, it’s a battery-powered device used to turn the medium (which can be e-liquids, herbs, waxes etc.) into vapor, used for medicinal as well as recreational inhalation.

How does a vaporizer work?

Vaporizers are battery-powered devices, which have a heating element and a tank that stores the material (e.g. e-liquids, herbs or waxes). When the material in the tank gets in contact with the heating element, they turn into vapor. The vapor is then inhaled by the user aka vaper. Hence the term “vaping” is coined and is used instead of smoking.

Are vaporizers legal?

They are legal in most countries when used exclusively to vaporize tobacco or other types of plants or chemicals (except drugs). In the United States, drug paraphernalia is illegal; vendors have to limit themselves to advertise vaporizers as devices to vaporize only tobacco or herbs. However, in most States, they have the similar restrictions as tobacco cigarettes i.e. sale is prohibited to people under 18, and also vaping in public places is prohibited.

What are the types of vaporizers?

There are three types of vaporizers: Portable Vaporizers, Vape Pens, and Desktop Vaporizers.

Is it difficult to use a vaporizer?

Generally no, but it depends on the type of vaporizer. The most trouble that is caused by more complex vaporizers is the annoyance of refilling the chamber or cleaning it. Aside from that, one must always be careful with the heating element, which can get very hot. However, with little experience, anyone can use vaporizers without much hassle.

Does a vaporizer smell when using it?

Compared to smoking, there’s hardly any noticeable smell when vaporizing. However, a light scent might impregnate your surroundings.

Are there any side effects to vaping weed, instead of smoking it?

Currently, there are no documented instances of health-related effects from using a vaporizer. It will take some time to gather enough information to accurately assess what the long-term effects of vaporizing are.

Is a vaporizer the same as a bong?

No. A bong relies upon combustion, which may result in the release of harmful toxins similarly to cigarettes.

Are vaporizers noisy?

Not at all. Even the cheapest forced air vaporizers won’t generate more sound than the hum of a brand new fan.

What is the best temperature for my vaporizer?

As every vaporizer is different, there isn’t an ideal temperature. Also, the ideal temperature range depends on the type of material you use. Generally, vaporizers perform best when set between 335 and 420 degrees Fahrenheit.

I vape herbs, is grinding them necessary?

If you want to get the best results from vaping, finely grinding your herbs is the way to go. When you grind the herbs, it produces smaller particles, which ultimately increases the surface of the herb in contact with the vapor. As a result, vapor will come through easier and more aromatic, and you’ll get a better, crisper flavor. Also, the material will be thoroughly vaped and little to no material will go to waste.

How can I tell when my blends are finished when vaporizing?

It all depends on your preference. Some users will stop when the blends have turned light brown, others will vaporize until the blends are way darker. However, you should refill the chamber as soon as you start getting dry hits or a burned taste.

What is a temperature control feature? What does it do?

It relies on a variable impedance so you can select a temperature range. This will help you select how hot your vaporizer gets to get a deeper, denser hit — by selecting a higher temperature — or prevent your throat and lungs from getting sore — by selecting a lower temperature. Temperature control mods allow you to vape at extremely low resistances.

How do I clean my vaporizer?

It depends on the type of vaporizer. Most portable vaporizers require little to no cleaning, but glass vaporizers require frequent rinsing with hot water and solvents. More powerful vape mods come with cleaning kits, which make the process easy.

What are convection and conduction based vaporizers? What’s better?

Conduction based vaporizers heat the herb/oil/wax/e-liquid directly through contact with a metal plate or heating element. Convection based vaporizers heat the herb/oil/wax/e-liquid indirectly by blowing hot air to them and extracting the flavors. Conduction based vaporizers are affordable but not ideal since the direct contact with the herb/oil/wax/e-liquid might burn it and lead to carbonization. The convection style vapes are becoming more popular as they offer a better, crisp flavor.

Types of Vaporizers

Vaporizers are a new enough industry that not a lot of people know much about them. The ones who have been vaping for years are familiar with the ins and outs of what is available and already have their preferences staked out. But for the many that keep coming to the folds each year, it can be confusing sorting through all the products and trying to find something that is comfortable and easy for them to use and that gives them a good vaping experience.

So we’re looking at all the different types of vaporizers out there. No matter what you see for sale, it fits into one of these categories. So before you make the purchase, read our handy guide to see exactly what you are getting.

Vape Pens

Vape pens are usually the smallest vaporizers. They are made to fit into your pocket, purse or handbag with ease. If you want something that is easily concealed and won’t look very conspicuous, then a vape pen is the way to go. You can vape anywhere you like with these, and they often look like common objects you would take in your pockets anyway- pens, lighters, inhalers, etc.

What really sets vape pens apart from one another is what they can vaporize. Usually, these vapes are so small they can only vape a single material. Consumers usually have to choose between something that can vape concentrates, dry herbs or e-liquid. There are some exceptions, however, and some vape pens work with multiple materials. But you will often have to switch out components from the pen to get it to work with a different material each time you want to use something different.

  • Concentrate – A concentrate includes waxes and oils. So there is actually a wide variety of materials you can use with vape pens that are suitable to use with concentrates. One of the drawbacks to using oils or waxes in your vape pen is that these tend to cause severe build up. While other types of vape pens can get away with being cleaned after every few uses, you will have to clean concentrate vaping pens after every use if you want them to last.

If you don’t, the gunky build up can melt onto the heating element and cause it to malfunction. It can also leave behind a residue that is unpleasant to taste.

  • Dry Herb – Dry herb vape pens are the most common type. They work with any number of loose leaf and particulate matter. They also require the least amount of maintenance and are generally the easiest to use. If you are an experienced dry herb vape user, then you probably want to go with a pen that allows for multiple temperature settings. This lets you get the best vaping experience to suit your tastes and ensures that you can vape just about anything.

Because dry herb vapes are so common, you are going to have plenty of choices to pick from and a large range of prices to choose. That means you will have to really do your research if you want the best vaporizer on the market.

  • E-Liquid – Vape pens that use e-liquid tend to function much like electronic cigarettes. A lot of them are even designed to look like traditional cigarettes. While you can buy your own e-liquid from a company that isn’t the same as the vape pen manufacturer or even make your own e-liquid, a lot of these vape pens are only compatible with liquid canisters and refills that come from their own company. If you plan to get your e-liquid from somewhere else than the vape pen manufacturer, then you should check into what their policy is on using outside e-liquids.

In most cases, the e-liquid is made from nicotine, a base, and a flavoring. The base varies between PG (propylene glycol) and VG (vegetable glycerin). PG is thin and runny, and it is the least likely of the two to cause an allergic reaction. It is the most commonly used base, and it comes from manufacturing processes. VG is thicker and sweeter and more likely to cause an allergic reaction. It generally comes from natural sources.

Portable Vaporizers

Portable vapes are a bit larger than pen vapes. They can still fit in a large pocket most of the time, but they aren’t nearly as inconspicuous. You are probably going to have a much harder time passing them off as some sort of non-vaping device. However, there are still some camouflaged options for those who want to vape on the sly.

Portable vapes tend to have a lot more options than their pen counterparts. Many of them offer multi-functionality and can use concentrates, dry herbs, and e-liquid. But the larger size and multi-functionality also means that they tend to be more expensive.

They are generally ideal for use at home or on the go. Their battery life usually starts out at 2-3 hours and goes up from there. Many people actually use only portable vapes and don’t bother with anything bigger for home use or smaller for use while away from home. Portable vapes tend toward a happy medium that comes with its own problems sometimes.

The biggest problem that many portable vapes have is that they can take a hit in vapor production and taste when compared to their desktop counterparts. That’s because they are often made of cheaper stuff or just don’t offer the options to get a really great vape. That’s not to say that there aren’t some great choices out there. A few of the portable vapes offer a vaping experience on par with what the desktop vapes provide. But these are few and far between, and you will need to do some research and be prepared to hand over a decent amount of money to get a truly great vaping experience from one of these.

Desktop Vaporizer

These are the big daddies of the vaporizer, and they are generally for use just at home. You can pack them up and take them with you somewhere, but you aren’t likely to be able to use them while you are traveling somewhere. They are too bulky and complex to just take out of your bag and start vaping wherever you are. They generally need to rest on a flat surface and may even require a constant power supply to work properly.

The big advantage to buying a large vaporizer like this though is that you get a more authentic vaping experience. The vaporizer is able to produce great quantities of vapor and reaches very specific heat levels. This allows for the best possible taste in the vapor. That’s not to say that every desktop vape is a great buy. There are definitely some lemons out there. And if you really want a great desktop vape, you are usually going to have to pay upwards of $300.

Now desktop vapes come in a few varieties. Their different forms and functions allow them to serve people who want to vape in different ways or who want to vape with their friends all at the same time.

  •  Bag – Bag vapes or balloon vapes usually require that you place a compatible balloon over the vaporizer’s vent. The balloon fills with vapor as the device heats up, and after a few minutes you can detach and take the balloon with you. This gives you portability and allows you to easily share with people who are across the room or nearby.  You may also be able to just open the vent and let the room fill with the vapor. It’s a waste of vapor, to be honest, but it can be an effective way to let everyone enjoy it at once.
  •  Whip – The whip style of desktop vaporizer refers to a vape with tubes running out of it. These are mouthpiece tubes, and anyone can just latch on and take draws as the machine fills with vapor. Many desktop vaporizers allow for multiple whips to be installed at once, so more than one person can enjoy the vapor as it is produced.

The whip gives the person vaping a direct route to the heating source, so the vapor is usually purer and tastier, but you can often get a decent vaping experience either way.

Where Will You Be Doing Most of Your Vaping?

The final aspect of choosing the best vaporizer we will be looking at is location. Location, location, location. Where do you spend most of your days? And what does that say about what type of vaporizer is best for you? Let’s take a look.

Spend Most of Your Day at Home

Whether you work from home, are a stay-at-home mom or you’re just simply unemployed, the fact remains that you spend a lot of time at home. You are lucky because you can actually get a quality desktop vaporizer for a lower price than you can get the same quality portable vaporizer. We would recommend the Arizer Extreme Q or the Volcano Vaporizer. If your budget isn’t quite as high, then definitely some of our top-rated portable vapes will also do the trick.

Spend Most of Your Days in Public

Whether because you are an extrovert who loves being around people or because you hate being at home, some people just spend a lot of time around other people. Whether hanging out in the downtown area of your city or at the local park, if this is your situation then you need something that is fairly discreet. We would first recommend that you take a look at our “Smallest of the Small Vaporizers” page, to see just how small and sneaky you can really get it. The V2Pro Series 3x ($99) and the MigVapor Matrix ($139) are particularly small but effective. If none of those suit your fancy and you have a mid to high budget, then you may want to look at the Pax 3 Vaporizer ($274.99) or FireFly 2 Vaporizer ($329.95). If those are more than you’re looking to spend, you may want to go for a portable device such as the Series 7 if you like dry herbs or any of these best dab pens, if you like waxes.

Spend a Lot of Time at Friend’s Houses

If you are often hanging out with friends at different houses and plan to be sharing your vape, then a portable vaporizer is definitely best for you. A vape pen is too inconsistent and doesn’t hold enough for even the entire circle to get a puff. The desktop vaporizers are a bit too bulky to pack up and move all the time. If you have a larger budget, then we definitely recommend the MigVapor DRE or the V2Pro’s Series 3/Series 7.

Wrapping Up our Best Vaporizer Reviews and Buyers Guide

Hopefully, by now you have at least clicked on a “Top List” or a product link that caught your eye. If not, I recommend you go through again and write down your budget, what form your product will be vaped in and where you spend most of your time. Based on the answers, you should be able to find the absolute best vaporizer for you.


      • A steady regimen of weight/resistance training, 8 hours of sleep a night, and a healthy diet are a good way to go. Weed helps too.

      • What kind of pain? Muscular or Neurological pain?
        I have extreme neuro pain – for 27 years. And I have just started using medical MJ. It has worked amazingly in a smoked form, but now I am looking to vaporize for the health benefits and discrete nature. Have you tried either?

        • Go with the Arizer Solo. So easy to use with great results. I’ve searched and compared reviews online and finally bought my own. I’ve made believers out of all my friends and my Solo is still going strong. Smoking it now is kind of gross. I really enjoy the floral flavors my Solo produces. Good luck!

        • Vaping is the beat way to go. Not only do you get a smoother taste, but because their is no combustion, you use way less product. It’s better for your lungs and you don’t burn away the health benefits.

        • I have have 2 nueropothy diseases (incurable)and yesterday at 2:30 I was in tears from pain.!i went bout a $25 bag and in 30 min pain gone. I am prescribed 180 Vicodin 10mg 90 Percocet 10mg and 75 mmg Fentanyl patch-72 hrs. Plus many many other prescribed chemicals . For years it knocked the edge off but never ever pain free. Thank you medical Cannabis

  1. I am a medical marijuana patient and I’m finding it hard to find a reliable source to find a cheaper way to get oil. I have taken narcotics for pain, but foundf the releif amazing with oil. Although I’m able to get the product cheap but due to dispensarey it becomes to costly , not enough to keep purchasing oil from the dispensary, i feel stuck. I’m not able to make the oil and I can’t find anybody reliable thatcould

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    • I just got my pre-order VapeDynamics DUO for $179.99 If you vape wax, ejuice and herb NO comparison BEST ONE!

    • The Yocan 94f dry herb vaporiser is good value. The vaporiser costs about £20 or $30 and a decent battery will cost you £30 or about 44 dollars. The Eleaf IStick is a good battery that holds a charge for a long time. This system needs cleaning regularly with pure isopropyl alcohol although whisky is a good short term substitute. This system delivers a very satisfying vaping experience.

    • Check out Tao curvvapor (vaporizer) on Groupon! It was offered for a great price. And, it works great!
      Rechargeable, easy to clean, and pretty easy to use. Three temperature settings… and easy to change settings.

    • Del, vaping is not only a safer form of ingesting cannabis, but it is a lot more economical. Vaporizing releases all the important and beneficial chemicals of the plant (the, cbd, etc) without utilizing combustion like burning the matter does. Combustion not only releases the active chemicals in cannabis, but also other potential carcinogens, mainly various plant fertilizers that are commonly used to grow some buds. Vapor is a lot less harsh on your lungs and is readily absorbed into the blood stream through the lungs, requiring significantly less vapor compared to smoke, to get the same medicinal effects. Vaping is the only form of ingestion most doctors can confidently recommend, as edibles potency and effects on the user vary greatly between individuals.

  3. Just trying to help those in search of a natural and completely legal, hemp based solution to some of the coon ailments described by other commentors on this site.

  4. Don’t waste your money on an Indica vaporizer. Mine lasted only a few months with light use. When it failed, I called their customer service and was told that many of the first run suffered from a manufacturing defect and that, if I would send my old Indica back, they would send me a new model the first week of February. It’s now mid-March, and my calls and letters are being completely ignored. Even when the vaporizer worked, it did not work well. I finally bought a Pax 2, which works great. Please avoid Indica unless you like a vaporizer that has a hard draw, that lasts only a few months, and for which you will not receive proper treatment if it fails.

  5. The Haze Vaporizer easily saves you 8.5 grams per ounce , vape instead of smoking your weed

    • How much less irritating and damaging to the lungs is marijuana vapor compared with marijuana smoke? (Some of the marijuana vapor I’ve seen appears translucent, suggesting that it contains unhealthful particulates.)

  6. Hi. I have read some chambers hold a gram. A gram of medicine is twenty bucks for me. Will I get a lot of pulls of off that? I don’t have a lot of money, if insurance only knew what they were saving by me doing this! I want to get a good vape with a warranty, not hard to clean & I have no idea why we have a heat choice. I smoked backed in the DAY.
    Please help a single female that needs advice bad! ~ in advance

    • Leigh,
      Just found out myself why there’s a heat choice. Basically to get the most out of the compound of the cannabis you’re looking for. As a very, very rough idea… THC to trip, CBD to relieve paranoia, etc.

      Boiling points:

      ?-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
      Boiling point: 157*C / 314.6 degree Fahrenheit
      Properties: Euphoriant, Analgesic, Antiinflammatory, Antioxidant, Antiemetic

      cannabidiol (CBD)
      Boiling point: 160-180*C / 320-356 degree Fahrenheit
      Properties: Anxiolytic, Analgesic, Antipsychotic, Antiinflammatory, Antioxidant, Antispasmodic

      Cannabinol (CBN)
      Boiling point: 185*C / 365 degree Fahrenheit
      Properties: Oxidation, breakdown, product, Sedative, Antibiotic

      cannabichromene (CBC)
      Boiling point: 220*C / 428 degree Fahrenheit
      Properties: Antiinflammatory, Antibiotic, Antifungal

      cannabigerol (CBG)
      Boiling point: MP52
      Properties: Antiinflammatory, Antibiotic, Antifungal

      ?-8-tetrahydrocannabinol (?-8-THC)
      Boiling point: 175-178*C / 347-352.4 degree Fahrenheit
      Properties: Resembles ?-9-THC, Less psychoactive, More stable Antiemetic

      tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV)
      Boiling point: < 220*C / <428 degree Fahrenheit
      Properties: Analgesic, Euphoriant

      • This was very useful. I am less interested in obtaining a strong THC effect and more interested in the other cannabis components – CBD etc. I have smoked hashish when I really need it and found it to be helpful for pain and to relax. Much better than dry leaf. Can you (or anyone) recommend a device definitely suitable for occasional use of hashish. Price is not too important but I don’t have money to burn. Thankyou

    • Even if you do have a large chamber less is more. You’ll find that whatever you’re burning will vape better if you put less in the chamber. Less is more.

  7. I bought the VaporFi Orbit…piece of crap…tasted like burnt plastic and I got little to no smoke at all.. It was returned for a refund…

  8. He’s right .. if u want the best portable vavape, the haze v3 at is the way to go. I’m looking at the herbalizer or the vapeexh a le cloud uvo w the water bong attachment .. they s a y much better for throat a ND lungs .. herbalizer heats up immediately .. user friendly and expensive .. haze v3 has 10 yrs wty.

  9. I am a veteran and suffer greatly from ptsd and pain due to an ied explosion. Are there any companys out there that possibly help with obtaining one. My disability hasnt kicked in yet and money is tight. All these medications they have me on make me so weak and sick. I just need a hand

  10. I have advanced prostate cancer, and will be getting a NJ permit, anyone know of the best vaporizer for this or any other helpful info. Thanks!

    • Prostate cancer arises during a conflict with your daughter, or (ex-)wife, something happend that you find very ugly to do and downgrading. After overcoming the conflict, there will be very high fever, sweating, maybe a swolen tight urethra, smelly urine, and sleepyness. U should eat well during that phase, high protein.

      • Love it when I hear someone who really understands the German New Medicine. All disease is evolves from some type of conflict, whether it be physical, emotional, psychological or spiritual. If only people would not dismiss this very accurate science and work to resolve their conflicts instead of reaching to pharmaceuticals. Marijuana can help put one in touch wit their inner psyche and be of help to identify the conflict but the real work has to be done. Surrender and forgiveness are the most powerful healers.

      • So you’re saying all the pollution that our bodies are being subjected to has no effect on our health? Cigarettes, alcohol, pesticides, industrial chemicals, food chemicals, medications, personal product chemicals, etc., etc. are just harmless molecules that roam around in our bodies and have no effect on our cells? Please show some science before you propose a cure to a terminal illness, otherwise you’re just perpetrating their death.

  11. Have advanced prostate cancer, any information is greatly appreciated from vaporizer to pot strains etc. Thanks!

  12. I’m looking for a vape pen that’s descent but isn’t costly? I’m wanting to try the medical cannabis wax concentrate, can anyone give me their thoughts on how that helped them with chronic & acute pain?

  13. Hello, how do I order the cannabis vapa oil? and what is the price in total for sending it to norway?
    Thank you!

    • the last thing you need is any alcohol. alcohol is what raises your blood pressure and the higher the blood pressure the more intense the headaches. stop the cause stop the pain.

  14. I only vape at home and if I had a rolled J I enjoy taking just 3 puffs for an hour and repeat a second hour later and maybe a third. Money is not limited for me as I have saved up for a good vaporizer. The question I have with the volcano is it seems that I would put in a large amount of weed but not want to smoke the whole thing in one shot in the bag and do not wish to waste the product for nothing. So what is my best option of purchase? The volcano or other?

  15. I am a disabled combat veteran, just diagnosed with stage (4) lung cancer, and a whole host of other problems including chronic acute back pain… I am an ooooollddd smoker, since 1964…
    need help with direction, don’t know where to turn, vaporizer, oils,wax,dabs or dry herb vape ??

  16. I made the huge mistake and bought the Pax 2.Without a doubt the worst customer service out there. Mine broke after very limited use in 9 months and after contacting there”customer service department”, they did absolutely nothing. Cheaply made expensive product.Stay far away!

  17. My son has asthma and currently using a bong which sure isn’t helping his asthma. He only smokes at home and I am confused as to which vape to buy him. A desktop perhaps. He only smokes herb.
    I can’t spend a lot of money unfortunately but want one that works very well.

  18. Someone I know is making a “scouting trip” to CO to see if this stuff really will help their MS. I am looking for a good but relatively inexpensive vape pen, since it obviously will need to be left behind.

    Any ideas?

  19. Hi, I bought a Crafty vaporizer to quit the smoking. But found out that when I use it it just feels like I am taking a big lung full of air.
    What I want to try and find is the closest thing to smoking it in a cigarette form where I suck with my mouth as opposed to my lungs and hopefully achieve some kind of throat hit if that makes sense.
    Can anyone advise on the best way forward? Thanks in advance

  20. Lots of very useful information available on this page. The webmaster however, really needs to go back through the text and proofread what he or she wrote… as the current version is riddled with distracting typos and sloppy grammar.

  21. i`ll be true.
    i want a oil with THC.
    to get high like tradictional hemp.
    that exist? where i can buy?
    i know is illegal in my state CT
    but i dont care.
    somebody can help me?
    ahahahahah thanks.

  22. Any salt works well. I’ve used table salt, (sodium chloride), Bbaking soda, (sodium bicarbonate) and borax (sodium borate).
    I put it all in a zip lock with the alcohol and let it sit until
    my back-up gets too clogged and then switch ’em out.
    I feel the finer grain stuff works better in my application. I shake zip lock up once in a while
    to get some action on the cleaning.

  23. It’s a shame that you’ve missed out the Arizer Solo. It’s good that you’ve at least included the Xtreme Q, but the Solo and the Air are amongst the best vaporizers that I have ever tried. Like I say the Solo ended up being my firm favourite. I don’t feel worried throwing it into a bag or in my pocket (at a push) and it delivers the best flavour you can get.

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