If you want the absolute best vaporizer session and want the most out of your weed from your particular model, you need to remember a few things, like the prep routine. Tiny aspects of your session can greatly impact the overall quality and flavor of the vapor you get and make all the difference in how you feel afterward. Not everyone is amazing with the internet or even aware of all the forums and platforms from which they can get information like this, so never hesitate to share this sort of info with your friends and family. If you see them, get a vaporizer but do not know how to get the most out of it.
The consistency of the ground up herb is the number one thing to consider when preparing your session. There’s no right answer for the perfect ground-up weed when it comes to vaporizing because heating chambers and vapor paths are all made differently. Still, there’s a general rule of wanting an excellent grind so that the most surface area possible is exposed to heat. This helps it vaporize in an evenly distributed fashion and do so more efficiently with less energy, saving you some battery life. As I said, the perfect-sized grind is a myth and will take some experimentation with whatever vape you happen to have, but it shouldn’t be too difficult to see results if you keep it in mind whenever you pull out your grinder.
Grab yourself a drink. This one seems pretty intuitive or maybe insignificant. Still, it’s a known fact that some people with sensitive throats can get a rather irritating itch from the dryness of vapor, and this can be affected by the type of strain, the temperature settings, and the materials in your vape, so for the most comfortable and best vaporizer session grab a drink, hot or cold whatever. Having a drink with you and taking a sip between pulls can make all the difference in quelling an annoying cough. Most of the few people out there who experience this irritation say it becomes a non-issue if they have a drink to sip on with them. There’s much more you can do to prep your vape sesh, but everyone should have their rituals.