Recreational cannabis is making major news lately. Jeff Sessions is attacking the industry and we’re in for a major fight. We believe cannabis has already done major things for communities all across America and we’re here to share some valuable information about vaping marijuana.
“Vaporizing or “vaping” of cannabis has gained in popularity over the last several years, just as e-cigarettes have. But what exactly is vaporizing, and is it safe? We’ll help separate fact from fiction.” – Leafly
Vaping cannabis is a discrete and remarkably familiar way to consume weed. If you’ve seen anybody consume e-Cigarettes, this is basically the same thing. They release very little smell and the aroma on the exhale typically doesn’t have a very potent cannabis scent.
Vaporizers are great because they can be used almost anywhere without notice. Vape cartridges that are filled with cannabis extracts typically offer significantly higher THC numbers, increasing the chance you’ll be exceptionally high. THC isn’t everything so you’ll want to make sure you ask for something with good flavor and an above average THC percentage.
Another great part about vaping is that there is no combustion. This means that you won’t be inhaling as much tar or carbon as opposed to smoking. With so many brands available, you’ll want to make sure you ask your next budtender about a cartridge that has a lower failure rate and 70-80% THC. If you get a chance, ask about a cartridge that has higher terpenes.