Among the best-known vapers, vaporizer is often used as a term to describe herbal vaporizers, while vaping has become a term used to describe e-liquid vaporizers (e-cigarettes) and dry herb vaporizers. The main differentiator between a vaporizer and a portable vaporizer is design. Portable vaporizers are thinner and therefore slightly more discrete and portable than most portable vaporizers. But that difference in construction is also reflected in its performance, usability, and more.
In short, a vaporizer is used to extract active ingredients such as cannabinoids and terpenes from herbs, resins and extracts. The e-cigarette is used exclusively to vaporize liquids and was developed as a substitute for tobacco. These liquids usually consist of propylene glycol (PG), glycerin (VG), water, food flavors, and nicotine if needed. The bottom line is that vaporizers generally don't produce the same level of vapor purity as portable vaporizers.
By blowing hot air through the heating chamber instead of cooking it directly onto the heating element, conductive vaporizers minimize the amount of incineration involved in vaporization. Finally, the effects of vaporizing cannabis may be somewhat different from what you're used to smoking. Because vaporizers are thin, their heating systems are most often not as advanced as those found in portable vaporizers. A single hit of a vaping cartridge can provide the same amount of THC as a couple of doses of a dry herb vaporizer.
Prescribers, pharmacists and patients should be aware of these differences between “vaping cannabinoids” and “vaporizing cannabis flolo”. The flavor is much clearer with a good vaporizer, with more flavor distinction between the different strains. Like skates and skates, vaporizing pencils and portable vaporizers take you to your destination a little differently. Although almost all of them referred to the use of so-called electronic cigarettes and pens to vape for recreational purposes, the use of a vaporizer to administer medical cannabis was being questioned.
In fact, vaporizers (such as medical devices) for administering cannabis flowers are very different from “vaporizers” or “electronic cigarettes”.