It’s only taken a couple of decades for marijuana to be looked at in a completely different light than it was previously. With marijuana being decriminalized and legalized in several different states and countries around the world, this has brought with it a slew of new pot-products – including vape concentrates. Although concentrates didn’t initially come with cannabis, the demand for them has made them a popular choice over the years, especially in trying concentrates for the first time. In this article, we’re going to talk about what concentrates are, why you should use a vaporizer for concentrates, and what options you have for devices.
What Are Concentrates?
Concentrates have become popular in the vape community as a way of getting a “concentrated” version of what you want out of your vaporizer, without any of the nasty additives that you don’t want.
Vape Mentors expands on the purpose of concentrates:
Why Use a Vaporizer for Concentrates?
So, we’ve said that vaporizers give you more of the active ingredients that you want, while keeping out those unnecessary additives that you don’t want. But what are the other benefits?
Patriot Care tells us more about why using a vaporizer is beneficial for cannabinoids:
“When it comes to cannabis concentrates, a little goes a long way. Just a single gram of wax, shatter, or rosin contains several doses. No one wants to waste quality medicine, and vaporizing offers the level of control you need. Heating the material at a lower temperature will activate its cannabinoid content more efficiently while improving flavor. Better yet, modern pen-style vaporizers are affordable, pocket-sized, and convenient to use.”
What Options Do You Have For Devices?
There are several options available for vaporizing concentrates, which are sorted generally into two categories when it comes to vape pens: rechargeable and disposable. A rechargeable vape pen usually refers to a battery-powered device, which is used for vaping with a variety of atomizers and cartridges. A disposable vape pen is an all-in-one unit, which catinas an internal battery, a pre-filled tank, and a coil.
Michael Ashby of AtmosRx tells us more about the different options for consuming vape concentrates, including options outside of vape pens:
“There are currently 4 options for consuming vaping concentrates. By far the most common is the concentrate vape pen, though the other systems do have their fans.
• Concentrate Vape Pen. These are a smart buy for anyone new to the vape concentrate scene. You can buy one on an online vape shop. They are portable and easy to use. When you shop for a concentrate vape pen, you will need to make some decisions, such as whether to go with a wickless version or not.
• Non-Pens. These are an alternative to the concentrate vape pen. They are also portable but operate using a skillet system.
• E-Rigs. E-rigs are for those who prefer their vapor concentrates to be cooled. These portable devices heat the concentrate up on a nail and then deliver the vapor through a water attachment.
• Desktops. Desktop concentrate vapors are meant for groups. Since they are large and some need to be plugged in, you won’t be going anywhere with this sort of rig. The vapor is inhaled through a tube or balloon”
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