How to Vape CBD Oil
(Endoca's raw hemp oil was the material used to produce this article. CBD oil from other suppliers may vary depending on their preparation and consistency. Your mileage may vary.)
Devices and accessories used for vaporizing:
Magic Flight Launch Box with the liquid (screened) and solid (non-screened) concentrate trays and wall plug power adapter (whip and water pipe accessories may be a nice addition; but I did not make use of them) – placing enough oil in the tray for 2 good inhalations is about all the tray will handle without the risk of your oil spilling over on to the main screen. This is not a catastrophe; but is to be avoided if possible as it will affect the flavor of any other dry herb you intend to use with the device at a later time. I keep the temperature dial on the power adapter set to the middle circle which is half way between the minimum and maximum power (50% of the power available on the dial). This keeps the oil at a low enough temperature not to be harsh when in use but provides enough warmth to vaporize the oil sufficiently. The dial can be turned up if you are impatient 😉 Once the oil has been vaporized beyond the “liquid” stage it will thicken into a waxy like substance. This does not work as well in the vaporizer and should be removed for use in other applications. I go into this in detail in the “Concentrate Tray Usage” section below. Mixing the waxy oil in with your favorite finely pulverized or powdered herb to create a homogenous substance that can be vaporized in the main dry herb trough is ideal and assures you get the most for your investment; just make sure you mind your ratio and don’t mix in too much or you will end up with an overly moist or sticky herb material. The main trough is for mostly dry herbs. I enjoy the subtle effects and flavor of blue lotus (actually blue water lily) petals and stamens.
Magic Flight Launch Box with plug adapter
Magic Flight Launch Box liquid (screened) and solid (non-screened) concentrate trays
Concentrate Tray usage:
This liquid is very runny when heated in the vaporizer; but does not burn off completely. After using the screened tray a few times the residue began to collect under the screen and vaporizing became much less efficient. Also, it is not possible to clean under the screen or to stir up the oil underneath. One is left only to burning the tray with a torch to clean what remains under the screen. This wastes product. I have found that using the non-screened tray to be a superior method. You need to keep the device level so as not to spill the oil out when it is heated (this is an issue with both trays; but it is easier to see the oil in the non-screened tray so spilling is less likely). After several uses oil will begin to build up across the bottom of the tray in a uniformly level fashion coating the tray. This oil will be more solidified than normal (“waxy”) and it will resist heat to a higher degree. Stirring this oil up and removing all bit a very small amount will allow you to “re-vape” this oil over and over so you can get all of the active medicinal benefits and decrease waste. I use the dabbing tool in my G-Pen Micro set to clean off the tray and manipulate the oil; but any dabbing instrument will do. Once the remaining oil will not effectively vaporize you can mix the waxy residue for further usage as described above under the “Magic Flight Launch Box” section.
G-Pen Micro with screen inserts – Much more oil can be placed in the chamber; and initially seemed to be required to get sufficient vaporization. However, placing any substantial amount in the chamber caused it to overflow and created quite a mess. This too wasted product. The device’s time limit on how long the vapor chamber can be heated does limit the efficiency of this device. I am happy to have this for travel purposes; but would not use it if I had the launch box available. I have used the “dab all stars” ceramic dual coil atomizer and the standard g pen single coil without a wick core atomizer. They both seem to produce similar results. The greatest limitation with this device I the mechanisms self imposed atomizer heating time limit. No doubt this is to prevent damage to the device; so it is a good thing to have. It just makes vaporizing this liquid a bit less efficient than with the magic flight launch box. Cleaning waxy residue out the containers will be difficult without damaging the heating elements and fresh oil for maximum efficacy is desired because short heating times are imposed by the device. This leads to overfilled and messy chambers. This is not an ideal device for use with this particular product.
Nectar Collector when the tip is heated gently (8 seconds with a standard propane torch set to a low flame) the nectar collector produces a very effective, and dare I say delicious, vapor that is unsurpassed by the aforementioned methods. Using the nectar collector is not as efficient as the methods above; but it is not overly wasteful either. The main thing to keep in mind when using a nectar collector with the Endoca raw hemp oil is to not overheat your tip. Doing so will transform a delightfully flavorful and effective vapor into a harsh and rancid tasting smoke.
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