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A cannabis spray – also called weed spray, herb spray, spray of cannabis oil, or under the diminutive of vapo weed or cannabis – is an electronic device that allows to release as vapor the active ingredients present in a plant, or an oil.

The interest of vaporizer of cannabis is double. On the one hand on your health because the smoke consumed contains less harmful substance such as tobacco, nicotine, tar, arsenic, acetone. And on your consumption because the combustion (400 ° and more for a gasket lit) is replaced by a heating system (160 ° average vaporization) to allow to recover in the vapor that substances extracted from your plants.

My name is Cris Carmelo and I have created this site to provide you with all the information you need to know everything about the subject; explain the nuances between brands and different models on the market; to provide you with a comparison and opinions and tests of vaporizing tops; to advise you before buying your vapo weed through complete purchasing guides; and finally help you choose the best cannabis spray of the moment according to your budget and your expectations.

The spray of cannabis offers many advantages over the consumption of joints. We present below the main benefits:

Steam Is Better For Health than Smoke

The fundamental difference between vaporizer and smoking is the method of extracting the substances present in hemp. The vaporization is based on a heating system that allows to restore the principles cannabinoids present in plants. The steam emitted by the heating is healthier than the smoke released by a combustion system, as is the case when smoking cannabis in the form of a joint, a blunt, a bang, or still a pipe.

Indeed the combustion of vegetable matter is bad for health because it allows many chemical residues – such as carbon monoxide, tar, arsenic, acetone, ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, and other toxins – to be released and then ingested by your body. It should be noted that these chemical compounds are toxic and potentially carcinogenic.

In addition, the combustion of cannabis is not optimal to recover the active ingredients (THC, CBD, CBG) present in your plants because they are mostly destroyed when the cannabis is burned. Thus the smoke of a joint contains only 12% of cannabinoids, while the vapor of a vaporizer can reach 95% of these substances. Spraying is therefore less risky for your health because you consume fewer harmful chemicals, and more cannabinoids.


For Recreational Or Medical Use

Medicinal Cannabis

Marijuana is considered a soft drug in most states of the world. Thus the legislation on cannabis depends on your geographical situation. Some countries prohibit the consumption of this narcotic product with strict sanctions, while other countries have decriminalized or decriminalized its use, or tolerated conditionally (religious, medical, personnel …). Finally, other countries, such as India and Peru, have simply legalized hashish while regulating it.

Cannabis is the world’s favorite drug for recreational use. Its popularity is explained by the presence of chemical compounds in hemp that promotes well-being, pleasure, relaxation, and spirituality. Thus the consumption of hashish helps to change your state of mind, to better appreciate certain moments (meals, movies, discussions, music, holidays), to relax from the accumulated stress, to be more creative or to find sleep.

The authorization of cannabis for medical and therapeutic use is based on scientific studies and research in recent years. In particular, it has been discovered that the cannabinoid substances present in hemp are psychoactive agents that activate anandamide, a brain neurotransmitter that contributes to the feeling of happiness and well-being. This is why many countries allow the therapeutic use of cannabis for a number of disorders and symptoms such as spasm, cachexia, anorexia, pain, epilepsy, asthma …

Less Smoke And More Flavor

The degree of heat used to consume your marijuana is crucial in determining the amount of psychoactive substance absorbed, and the quality of the swallowed smoke.

Thus a seal requires to completely burn the components. This technique, called combustion, involves a temperature of nearly 400 ° Celsius which generates a hot smoke, persistent, thick, sometimes suffocating. The smell and taste are pronounced with a scent of burnt plants.

Unlike the O-ring, vaporization is a technique that uses a heating system. Temperatures generally range between 130 ° C and 215 ° C for a less dense but purer vapor. There are 3 main methods for heating herbs by a vaporizer:

Thermal conduction heating means that the plants are in direct contact with the heat source. This method is not the most optimal.

Convection heating involves a heat corridor or a cooling unit. The hot air passes through this room between the place of heating and the place of storage of your weed. This technique is the most used today.

Radiation (radiation) heating refers to heat produced by a halogen lamp. This technique requires a powerful and precise halogen bulb. Radiation can supplement convection heating.

Concerning the restitution of the elements of your mixture (active substance and aroma), a spray cannabis is more adapted to your consumption. The steam produced is fresh, intense, continuous, light, sweet, and does not smell. In fact, the taste is more subtle and tasty in the mouth.