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Dry Herb Vaporizer

Are you searching for a vaporizer that will help you to enjoy the benefits of different types of herbs? A dry herb vaporizer can provide you with a convenient, highly portable way to benefit from aromatherapy without potentially toxic smoke. Dry herbs are the most popular materials to vape, because vaping herbal materials allows for all of the flavor profiles to come out that one might miss if they were to smoke them instead, and without combustion happening like it does with traditional smoking, vaping is also considered better. For these reasons many are making the switch from smoking to vaping, but there are so many vaporizers to choose from that those who are new to vaping don't even know where to begin. If you are one of these people, continue reading to learn everything there is to know about dry herb vaporizers:

What to consider when buying Dry Herb Vaporizer for Weed

A dry herb vaporizer is the perfect solution for anyone who wants to be able to enjoy any type of herbal material on the go. This type of vaporizer can be so compact that it can fit easily into any pocket, you can even fit some models in the palm of your hand. With a herb vaporizer, you can enjoy many different types of materials, plus these devices are offered by many of today's top brands, and there are many ways that you can go about finding the perfect option to help you enjoy vaping conveniently anywhere. Many customers prefer to start off by focusing on the models which will best fit their budgets, others look for more advanced choices or a specific brand which makes one of the best herbal vaporizers. Regardless of what your criteria is, we do have a very wide selection which is tailored to satisfy all customer. Take a look above at our hand picked selection to make a choice that will work best for you and let us know if you have any questions.

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What is a Dry Herb Vaporizer?

There are many types of vaporizers on the market today, and many beginners find it hard to determine which type is right for them, but it can be easy to choose when you consider your needs and understand the differences between the main types of dry herb vaporizers. As you probably already know vaporizers come in a variety of shapes and sizes from large desktop models that fill balloons with vapor, to compact vape pens that can fit in your pocket. Heat is needed for any herbal vape model to increase the temperature of vaping materials to the point where they release their natural compounds in the form of vapor. The heating element produces the heat necessary to make vapor. While every vape has a heating element, there are many differences between the heating elements used in vaporizers today. Continue reading to discover what the basic types of heating elements are and much, much more.

Vaporizer for dry herb designs have come a long way over the many years! As more people are giving up traditional smoking in favor of vaping, manufacturers are responding by introducing new styles to appeal to a broader range of people. That means that now you have a wider variety of herbal vapes to choose from than ever before, but this fact can also make it hard to determine which herb vaporizer to buy. By considering both the form and function of vape pens and other vaporizers, you can always find the vape that's ideal for you. A dry herb vaporizer pen is a long, slim pen-like device. This type of vape pen heats up herbal materials using power supplied by a battery and offers convenience because it can fit into your pocket and doesn't require a cord for operation. The herbs get hot inside of a heating chamber and release vapor that you draw through a mouthpiece at the top of the vaporizer. Plus, many models look very much like e-Cigarettes. Get even more Detailed Information here!

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A portable vaporizer or a smaller pen like models are battery-powered handheld devices which can be used for vaporizing dry herbs, if intended to do so. People who want to be able to vape dry herbs on the go will benefit the most from portable and herbal vaporizer pens. Most of the smaller models with batteries can be used on the go without requiring electricity. Portable vapes tend to be a little larger, but they hold more material and often have longer battery lives. Portable dry herb vaporizers cost more money, typically starting at around $100 to $125, with deluxe models selling for around $250, and very high tech models costing upwards of $300. Where as vaporizer pens are much less expensive, selling for somewhere between $75 and $150. Portable vaporizers that are well made can produce potent, nicely flavored vapor. Less expensive economy models may be less efficient. Many dry herb vaporizer pen models pose a risk for combustion, meaning that they could burn your material. As a result, they're not as ideal for those who want a pure vapor experience, but they are great for people who want a very compact model to take when on the go.

Why You Should Use Dry Herb Vaporizers?

Switching to one of the herbal vaporizers listed above will let you enjoy vapor that is much purer, less irritating compared to smoke. Plus, dry herb vaporizers give off very little odor when in use, so your clothes, hair, and skin won't smell after you've used your new vaporizer. If you've never used a vaporizers before, you're in for a pleasant surprise, because when vaping herbal materials you should get a much better taste in vapor form than it does when as smoke. Many people who switch to herbal vaporizers say they enjoy the experience more due to the improvements in flavor. Most of the devices on the market today will allow you to experience greater effects with fewer draws, which means that not only can you get faster results, but that you'll also use less material with each session. You don't have to invest a fortune to try using a vaporizer pen either. Herbal vape pens are available for rather low prices, so you can just order one from us today and see if you like it!

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Advantages of Herbal Vapes

  1. Lack of combustion - vaporizers generate vapor instead of burning herbs and producing smoke.
  2. Improved - because there is no smoke, vaping is believed to eliminate about 95% of the toxins compared to regular smoke, so most of the beneficial compounds will be absorbed.
  3. Conservation of materials - when lighting your herbs on fire, you burn away most of the material right away. Vaping will only heat the surface of the herbs, which makes your material last longer.

One of the benefits of using a dry herb vaporizer over traditional smoking methods is that you will get more of the beneficial compounds. While smoking believed to release around 50-80%t of the plant's active ingredients, vaping the same herbs is believed to release 90% of the main ingredients. so you will not need to use as much. This will allow you to conserve your material and save money in the long run. It's also important to keep in mind that smoke is much thicker than vapor, so when vaping you will not experience such dense clouds. While it is not as visible and may feel different to draw due to its thinness, vaping is believed to be as potent as smoking, if not more. It's important to take it slow when you are getting used to vaping your dry herbs.

Conduction vs Convection Herb Vaporizers

Vaporizer heating elements warm up herbs, wax, or essential oils using different methods. Once you have determined what you wish to vape, it's a good idea to consider which method of heating you might prefer. A dry herb vape can work in one of three ways described below:

1. Combustion. Technically, a combustion vaporizer isn't a vaporizer at all. Combustion is the process of burning something, which gives off smoke rather than vapor. Smoke has much higher levels of impurities and toxins and less of the active compounds found in vaping materials than pure vapor. Some people call vaporizers that are heated by the flame from a lighter combustion vaporizers, but technically these vapes are using a conduction heating method, which is discussed below.

Two Main Types of Heating Dry Herbs - Convection vs Conduction

2. Conduction - with a conduction herbal vaporizer, the heating element is in direct contact with your herbs. Vapor is produced very quickly due to the close proximity of your material to the heat. Most of the vape models use conduction heating, so you'll find a bigger selection available in any store if you choose to take advantage of the conduction method. Plus, most vaporizes using conduction heating chambers are more economical, meaning cheaper. In these types of vaporizers, the herbs are either fed directly to the heating element or separated by nothing but a small metal, glass or ceramic screen. This allows the heat from the element to be transferred right to the vaping material for very fast heat up and rapid vapor production.

3. Convection - with a convection dry herb vaporizer, the heating element does not touch your material. Instead, the air gets hot inside of the chamber and warms the material, so if you want to ensure efficiency and a steady stream of vapor, a convection style vape is likely better for your needs. A convection vaporizer heats up materials by passing warm air through them. In these types of vaporizers, the vaping material is separated from the heating element. When the element warms up, it heats the air inside of the vaporizer heating chamber, and then the air heats up the material in turn. This means that vapor production begins less quickly, but it allows for more thorough, more even vaporization to reduce waste and ensure a steadier stream of vapor.

Portable Herbal Vaporizer Types and their Elements

Vaporizers for dry herbs are designed for fine ground up materials, so you cannot simply drop a whole chunk into the chamber, plus they are often portable and stealthy. Though dry herb vapes have been around for decades, they have gained popularity recently because of the gradual technological advances. The best temperature for vaping dry herbs has been found to be around the 375 degrees Fahrenheit mark. Vaping devices typically have this as one of their temperature settings for this specific reason. Running it at a lower temperature will give you a purer taste but will produce less vapor, while a higher temperature will give you more potent vapor but the taste may suffer. That said, some herbal vaporizers only use one optimized temperature setting, while others allow users to choose preferred temperatures right down to the single degree.

Heating Element Materials Side-by-Side

Vaporizing heating elements also differ in terms of their construction. Some of the most commonly used materials for making heating elements include:

  • - Ceramic - heating elements of ceramic are made out of a type of pottery that conducts heat very well. Ceramic elements are very popular because they do not alter the taste or purity of vaping materials.
  • - Glass - heating elements of glass also provide a pure vaping experience like a ceramic part; however, they are more delicate. The upside to the elements is that they can get much hotter than other materials.
  • - Aluminum or Steel - heating elements keep vaporizers light and are economical. They are not as heat-resistant as ceramic or glass heating elements, and they could introduce impurities to vapor.

Finding the Best Dry Herb Vaporizer

One of the first things that you need to decide when you're choosing a dry herb vaporizer or vape pen is exactly what you plan to vape with it. If you will strictly be using dry herbs, you can pick a stand alone "herbal only" model. There are also multi-function vaporizers that allow to switch between waxy concentrates and dry herbs. A very small number of vaporizers also come with chambers for vaping essential oils and even e-juices. To decide which of the dry herb vaporizers is the best for your needs, please consider:

a. Chamber Size - determines how long you can vape before you need to refill your chamber.

Portable Herb Vaporizer Pen compared to Desktop Herbal Vaporizer

b. Battery - all models differ in how long their batteries can power the vaporizers before they need to be recharged. Most of the herbal vapes come with cords for recharging via USB and very few have DC adapters for charging in the car or by a wall plug.

c. Size - how large, will affect how easy it is to carry and how compact it is. Normally, larger vapes for herbs will have bigger chambers and longer-lasting batteries than the smaller models.

d. Warranty - normally, better vaporizers will come with longer warranties. Comparing how long each brand warranties the unit for will allow you to judge quality and longevity of performance.

e. Color and Style - last but not least, you can find herbal vapes in many different colors, so you can pick one that matches your sense of style.

Today, you can buy a vape pen or portable vaporizer that reflects your individual sense of style. Vaporizers have become fashion accessories as much as they are alternatives. A number of brands are known for producing especially stylish herbal vaporizer products, including:

  • - Firefly - offering a very sleek, Firefly 2 vaporizer for dry herbs that comes in a variety of colors and has a futuristic look.
  • - Pax - making portable vapes that are ideal for dry herbs. Pax 2 and 3 vaporizers have a minimalist modern look that reflects contemporary design trends.
  • - Grenco Science - offering the G Pen collection with colorful and sleek options, some of which were designed with the help of celebrities like Snoop Dogg, Phil Frost and Badwood.

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In addition to thinking about the style of vaporizer, as described above you'll also want to decide which heating method is right for you, as mentioned before vapes can work via conduction or convection. Conduction vaporizers like the original Herbal G Pen and the G Pro feature direct heating, meaning that your material touches the heating element, so it begins to vaporize fast. The drawbacks of a conduction vaporizer are that in some cases, combustion can occur due to the direct heat and that your material may not fully vaporize. Convection vaporizers like the Pax 3 and Firefly 2 get your material hot by passing hot air through it rather than by heating it directly. The benefits of a convection dry herb vaporizer are that they decrease combustion risk, provide a steadier stream of vapor and work more efficiently to fully vaporize materials. You can expect a longer wait for vapor production to begin if you choose a convection model.

Now that you have an understanding of dry herb vaporizers, you may be ready to purchase one of your own. Please take some time to find one that fits your budget and preferences. Below is a guide to help you find your ideal price range. Most are very easy to use, but one thing that baffles some new users is how exactly you go about loading a vaporizer pen to get it to work properly. If you're scratching your head about packing, the guide towards the bottom of the page will help you get started. By taking into consideration style and heating methods, you can find a dry herb vaporizer that will work well for you and allow you to vape in style. If you'd like help selecting the perfect vapor pen or portable, we would be glad to help you weigh your options and pick the best dry herb vaporizer.

Determine your Vaporizer for Dry Herbs Price Range

$50-99 Range

With a $50 budget, you may have to go with a standard conduction vaporizer with a shorter warranty than some other devices. There is an affordable convection herbal vaporizer called the Atmos Jump that features a quality 5 year warranty. If you can spend an extra $50 dollars, you will have even more options including convection vaping to save more money in the long run on your dry herb materials, even if you have to spend a little more upfront.


This range includes many more options to choose from. You can buy some of the better conduction vaporizers out there along with some top-tier convection herb vaporizers. Models to consider include the Vicod 5G, Atmos Boss, DaVinci Original, Kind Pen Status, the Flowermate, and the G Pen Elite which all use convection technology.

$200 - 299

With this price range, you can essentially get any type of herb vaporizer you'd like, including high-end vapes like the DaVinci Ascent, DaVinci IQ, Pax 2, Pax 3, KandyPens Miva and Haze V3. Each of these will give you incredible control options and provide you with the ultimate quality when it comes to vapor. For instance, the DaVinci IQ retails for $275, or you could get one of the first-ever convection desktop vaporizers that still earns top marks to this day, the Silver Surfer, for $270.

$300 and Over

If you have at least $300 to spend, you can purchase the Volcano, one of the most highly regarded desktop vaporizers out there. The Classic Volcano goes for $480 while the newer Digital Volcano retails for $580. At this point, if you're going to spend this much on a luxury herbal vaporizer, you might as well go for gold. Portable vaporizers that are great in this price range include The Firefly 2, retailing at $330.

Herbal Vaporizers to Consider

Atmos VICOD 5G Vaporizer for Dry Herbs White

Atmos Vicod 5G - utilizes a conduction heating system with a ceramic herbal chamber that produces clean vapor. It is low in price and is considered to be one of the best portable vaporizers of its kind. Compact and complete with a 5-year warranty, it features completely customizable heat settings.

Atmos Jump - has a solid build with a carbon fiber exterior that is sturdy and easy to carry. The herb chamber produces robust vapor with every draw. The Jump has no risk of combustion and heats up to temperature in only 7 seconds, faster than most other convection vapes - its downside is that it only has one temperature setting. It can last up to 6 vape sessions on a single charge and only needs 2 to 3 hours to recharge. It features a 5-year warranty.

Boundless CFV Dry Marijuana Vaporizer

Boundless CFV and CFC - after releasing two prior vaporizers, Boundless has improved and introduced the CFV - a convection vape! It uses interchangeable heat retention rings that let you customize each session with an array of flavors and potency. Boundless CFV vape features a complete temperature spectrum, a display, and an isolated air path. The Boundless CFC is essentially a step up from their CF model, except it is less expensive and smaller. This dry herb vaporizer comes with a single 18650 battery and a complete temperature spectrum, able to reach its necessary heat point in 20-30 seconds.

The Crafty - made by the same company that makes the Volcano, the Crafty is a true convection dry herb vaporizer and is one of the smallest that Storz & Bickel produces. It is one of highest performing handhelds on the market and comes with both an Android and an iOS app that let you control the unit remotely.

Grenco Science G Pen Elite front and side

G Pen Elite - features a digital temperature display to choose the level of heat that you desire. Competitively priced, with excellent vapor quality that you might expect from a higher priced model. Ergonomically shaped, this herbal only vape is easy to carry and use while out and about.

DaVinci Ascent - named after the famous inventor and painter, the DaVinci Ascent can still be considered a masterpiece in vaporizer design. While there are more innovative products on the market, this dry herb vape still deserves a place on the list of best buys. The Ascent uses conduction to heat up your herbs, and its glass pathway keeps the vapor tasting pure and flavorful. It comes with a long battery life, making it perfect for on the go. It does get hot after a few hits so short vape sessions are recommended.

Flowermate - around the size and shape of a smartphone, the Flowermate V5.0S Pro has a digital display with three temperature setting options. Though the unit is efficient and works excellently, the herbal vapor gets hotter as the session wears on. That said, it still sells for much less than other vaporizers and is worth the money.

G Pro - this vape comes with anything you could need in a starter kit, costs around $90 dollars and offers a wide array of dry herb vaporizer options.

Pax 2 Portable Dry Cannabis Vaporizer

Pax 2 and 3 - an improvement on the original Pax, the Pax 2 uses a conduction heating system to prevent combustion. It uses lip-sensing technology to engage the battery and keeps the vapor consistent throughout use. The Pax 3 offers a larger battery, a drop from 45 seconds to a 15 second heating time, a fully adjustable temperature control, and 3 separate ovens so that it doubles as a vaporizer for wax and oils. Pax 3 is stealthy and similar weight to Pax 2. It also comes with a smartphone app, as well.

Magic Flight Launch Box - is a true vaporizer, which consistently gets rave reviews from vape enthusiasts because of its simplicity. It is unique in that it's made out of wood, very affordably priced compared to other dry herb vaporizers and heats up in just 5 to 10 seconds, which is less prep time than what's common with other portable vapes. Lifetime warranty and hand craftsmanship make the unit excellent quality for the price.

Dry Herb Vaporizer Tips

When buying any vaporizor for dry herbs you want to have the best possible vaping experience. Choosing one of the higher end vaporizers for sale can help you to get good quality vapor, but even the best herb vaporizer or vape pen can be disappointing if you don't follow some basic usage tips. Following the advice outlined below will help you improve the performance of your vape whether you've invested in a high end herbal vaporizer or opted for an economy model.

Optimal Temperature Herbal Vaporization Guide

1. Grind Your Herbs - nearly all models described above work best when they're loaded with finely ground herbs. Grinding your herbs in a plastic, wood, or metal grinder gives you many smaller pieces rather than just a few large ones. The increase in surface area means that the herbs can vaporize more quickly and evenly. You'll have much less risk of waste when you take the time to grind!

2. Use Dry Herbs - if you're using a dry herb vaporizer, moisture is your enemy. When herbs are moist, the water inside of them becomes steam that mixes into the vapor, making it less flavorful and much harsher. For this reason, the drier your herbs are, the tastier your vapor will be. To dry out herbs, empty them from your grinder onto a piece of ordinary paper and let it rest for about 10 minutes. The paper will absorb any unnecessary excess moisture.

3. Try a Second Grind - if you're having problems with poor performance from a vaporizer, despite grinding and drying your herbs, you can purchase an ultra fine herbal grinder and grind your herbs after drying one final time. This isn't necessary with all vaporizers but it can lead to better results with some vapes, like the G Pen Elite by Grenco Science or K-Vape by KandyPens.

4. Maintain your Vape - follow the manufacturer's instructions regarding how often to clean your vaporizer and what method and products to use to get the job done right. Be sure to replace parts according to the recommended schedule. A well maintained vape won't just perform better in the short term; it will also last longer.

Vaporizers come in all shapes and sizes and in a number of different heating styles. The perfect one for you can be found above by browsing the available options with the qualities you need in mind. Whether conduction or convection, it really just depends on what you need from your dry herb vaporizer, so consider your options and your budget before making your decision. If you'd like a little help choosing the best vaporizer or smaller vape pen, you can count on the team here at to assist you. One of our experts will be glad to help you compare the models available and select the best herbal vaporizer for your needs. We're also here to answer your questions about how to use any vaporizer pen and maintain it, so please visit our contact us link below and don't hesitate to send us an email with any questions you might have.

Some Reviews by Our Customers:

By Amal Franklin - As somebody who's been using a dry herb vaporizer for a long time, I can say these tips are great without a doubt. In my experience, it doesn't matter if you're using one of the best or a cheap vaporizer, if you don't grind up your herbal material really well it just won't work right. I usually grind all of my stuff using a four-part grinder that I got from this site and have been happy with it. After I grind, I put the herbs between paper towels and let it sit overnight. Perfect vapor every time!

By Xander Q. - Thanks for the drying tip, I didn’t know it was that simple… I’m just learning the ropes, so I had a lot of problems with vaporizing my herbs, but I never thought of trying this. You got a fan for life!

By Robert Smith - I didn't know how much better herbal vaporizers were and all their benefits. But this was a great educational material. I was especially surprised that it helped with the smell; I didn't know there was anything you could do about that. I think I might just get this as a gift for my neighbors, they will sure love it. :)

By Theresa B. - I own Firefly 2, Pax 2 and Grenco Science G Pen Elite and like different things about each of them. I like my G Pen Elite because it's small and it really looks cool. I take it with me if I'm going to be out all day. I like the Firefly 2 to use at home when I'm relaxing. I think it gives the best vapor. My Pax 2 is one I use for longer trips because it holds more than the G Pen Elite and is very stylish addition to my other accessories.

By Jeffery Hogan - All of this information makes for a great "guide"; to buying a vaporizer for dry herbs. I didn't know much about them, so this was useful in getting some help and guidance in what to know before making my purchase. As always, great content, and thanks!

Herbal Vaporizer information on frequently asked questions and answers on how to buy one, use and take care of by VaporPlants

Please see below some of the most frequent questions our customers ask our customer service representatives and our answers to those questions:

Q: Does a herb vaporizer produce an aroma when in use?
A: While not as strong as the smell of burning material, there is a light scent produced.

Q: Do I need to grind my herbs before vaping?
A: Yes. If you want to make the most out of your vape, grinding herbs finely is the key. This will expose more surface area to the heat at once to produce cleaner, easier to draw vapor.

Q: What's the best temperature to vape at?
A: While it is debatable, many say that using a temperature between 325 and 350 degrees Fahrenheit is best for public vaping as it will produce less vapor. If you have issues, it is recommended that you keep the temperature around 375 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Many vaporizers will allow you to choose the best temperature for you, varying typically between 335 and 420 degrees Fahrenheit.

Q: When will I know I am done vaping?
A: Your herbs will turn a light brown, but if you choose, you can vape longer by stirring them inside the chamber.

Q: What is temperature control?
A: Temperature control allows you to choose how hot your vape gets to control the density and flavor of your herbs.

Q: What are the steps to loading a dry herb vaporizer?
A: When loading a herb vaporizer chamber, just follow these steps to get great results:

  1. Start by preparing your herbs with a herbal grinder. For most vape chambers, you want to grind your material as finely as possible. This increases the surface area and allows the materials to vaporize more evenly.
  2. Make sure your material is dry by setting it out on a paper towel for as little as an hour to as long as over night. Some people like to grind again after this step just to make sure it's as fine as it can get.
  3. Check the instruction manual that came with your dry herb vape.
  4. Some should be packed all the way to the top. Others should be packed two-thirds or three-quarters of the way full. In most cases, you do not want to pack too tightly. This ensures that air can circulate through the material and the vapor can reach the mouthpiece.
  5. Follow the instructions and pack your vape accordingly - always use a gentle touch. Even the best portable dry herb vaporizers can be damaged if you're too aggressive when you're adding material.
  6. If you end up spilling any herbs, sweep them into the chamber or back into your herb container.
  7. Put the mouthpiece on and get ready to vape.

If you need more help or advice, we'll be glad to assist you. Just contact our customer service team for answers to all of your questions.

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