Vaporizers are becoming increasingly popular thanks to their discreet, portable and convenient nature. Vaporizers heat concentrates and dry herbs to an optimal temperature without combustion meaning the user doesn’t inhale tar, carcinogens and other harmful toxins that can irritate the lungs after after repeat use.
Most vaporizers have a range of specific temperature settings. There are often about three or four temperatures to choose from. When activated, usually by pressing a button or inhaling, the device battery heats up the atomizer coils and chamber which in turn heats the material. The temperature is hot enough to turn the material to vapor but not hot enough to irritate the lungs. The lower the temperature, the smoother the vapor.