Differences Between Dry Leaf & e-Liquid Cannabis Vaporizers

Let’s take a look at the differences between dry leaf cannabis and cannabis e-liquid vaporizers today on Cannabasics #120.

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Because of the presumed health benefits of vaping cannabis, over smoking it, many people are making the switch. But there are several ways to vaporize cannabis, so let’s compare two of the most common ways of vaping cannabis: dry leaf (or dry herb) vaporizers & e-liquid vaporizers.

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How to Use Oil Cartridges with Vape Pen Batteries

Learn How to Use Oil Cartridges with Vape Pen Batteries Today On Cannabasics #110

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Anatomy of a 510 Thread Cartridge:

  • Mouthpiece (Plastic, metal, ceramic, wood, etc.)
  • Tank (.5 ml, 1 ml, 2.2 graml, etc.)
  • Oil Inlet hole (larger size hole for thicker juice)
  • Airflow (bottom, top, variable airflow)
  • Atomizer (Ceramic over wicked)

Best practices:

  1. Use the correct wattage for your coil. Generally between 3 – 5 volts on variable pens. Or 5 – 10 watts on a box mod.
  2. Make sure your connection to the device works with the type of airflow of your cartridge. You may need a top airflow cartridge to use with some devices.
  3. Don’t burn out coils of the atomizer by hitting it when it’s empty. Refill promptly for best results.
  4. Remove tip when in pocket or not using extended time to keep from damaging the cartridge, the battery or both.
  5. Keep the pen’s battery charged or keep a backup battery to use while charging your favorite device.