Dry Herb Vaporizers
The concept of dry herb vaporizers has circulated throughout the vaping industry for several years, and was available in the retail markets for hobbyist use. However, it wasn't until the herbal movement gained momentum that dry herb vaporizers took a life of its own. Today, the platform is a favorite among medicinal users, who apply botanicals to soothe a variety of symptoms.
Although dry herb vaporizers are split among multiple subsectors, the two most common categories are for tobacco and herbal consumption. In either case, the vaping platform is far superior to traditional channels. That's because the act of lighting an analog cigarette or spliff inherently causes combustion. In other words, in order to release the active ingredients of an herbal substance, the material itself has to be burned. That causes the inhalation of carbon monoxide, as well as many other undesirable or unhealthy residuals.
With dry herb vaporizers, ground material can be taken to the brink of combustion, thereby releasing the desired ingredients without harsh blowback. An additional benefit of utilizing herbal e-devices is that more of the material can be preserved, saving the hobbyist time and money. Industry analysis has demonstrated that traditional herbal channels only catalyze 50% to 80% of active ingredients. In contrast, dry herb vaporizers can induce 90% activation. This translates to a richer, and more economically efficient experience.
One of the most popular dry herb vaporizers is the ultra-powerful \"Crafty Vaporizer\" by Storz & Bickel. For a smaller, portable package, check out the \"Snoop Dogg G Slim Herbal Vaporizer,\" produced by groundbreaking Grenco Science. Finally, for a night out on the town, nothing makes a better statement than KandyPens' \"K-Vape Vaporizer.\"