Convection and Conduction
The greatest Dry Herb Vape is one that suits your needs. First you need to decide are you looking for a convection or a conduction vaporizer and how much you want to spend. The PAX 3 has proven itself to be the one of choice, it is a discreet, conduction premium vape. Conduction vaping continues to be very popular for the day-to-day user but it’s important to point out it does create smoke. It burns at a much lower temperature than a cigarette but it is still smoke.
The dry herbs are in direct contact with the coil and generate low vapor. These are generally less expensive than the convection vapes and can be purchased anywhere from £20 up. There is a huge variety of budgets catered for and our top 15 UK vapes section covers most of them, all of those choices were hand picked by our staff here and by customers who have written in to recommend them.
The answer to this is controversial. The preferred temperature to vaporize dry herbs can vary between people. If you are in public and need to be discreet and your dry herb has a low moisture level because maybe you have had it for a while or it has totally dried out you should use temperature between 325°F and 345°F. This will produce the lightest vapor give off the least odour. If your lungs are sensitive we recommend to vape only between 345°F to 375°F.
This is considered the ideal temperature for vaping. When your at home and with a crown and prefer decent clouds I suggest you may increase the temperature higher to between 375° F to 400° F. Going beyond this may in fact burn the herb and lose the benefits of vaping so try enjoy your vaping between 325°F and 400°F.