For most of us, vaporizing cannabis is primarily equivalent to vaporizing dry weed and, to a lesser extent, concentrates. While liquid concentrates like CBD oils, CBD Vape Juice (tinctures, capsules, etc.) are now spreading in Europe, the very popular solid concentrates across the Atlantic (wax, budder, rosin tech) are still relatively marginal here.
Many prefer weed for its natural and uncut side. Still, the resin also has many followers who find a certain number of advantages: the taste, the price, the sometimes more substantial effect, very different from the grass or the longevity of the product. The latter is undoubtedly the first reason that pushes producers to move towards this form. While weed has a shelf life of only a few months, a hash can last for years while still retaining its potency.
Here is a quick overview of the different weed vaporization techniques with CBD Vape Juice and the best resin vaporizers.
The different ways to spray resin:
First of all, two basic rules to remember:
Rule # 1:
Never put its resin directly into the heating chamber as you can with grass. The hash melts sticks to the walls and to the grills, which is very painful to clean. Worse, it can get through, damage the heating system or just clog filters and limit draft.
Rule # 2:
Use the right quality product. The idea here is to make the most of the taste of hash, and a bad hash will smell right away. If your resin is cut to something, you probably won’t have an enjoyable experience. So while some may take it for granted, only spray well! Also, preferably use a friable hash, such as pollen, because it must be crushed as acceptable as possible to facilitate vaporization. The best technique to crumble your product without burning it is to use a knife blade.
Very fatty hash can also work, but it is much more challenging to get crumbs; the pieces are usually more significant, and since the hash is often very sticky, they tend to clump together.
As you can see, a hash can work in most vapes, whether portable or stationary, provided you take the precautions to protect the chamber and the entire heating system. This logically requires a little more vigilance than with grass and also more maintenance.
The experience can be enjoyable, the effect powerful with a very pronounced hash taste. Still, there are a few rules to respect: crumble finely with a knife, do not put too much and heat sufficiently without reaching the point of combustion. Finally, you need the good stuff, preferably pollen type. It is the quality of your product that will determine whether the experience is worth it or not.