Compared to vape juice, dry herb seems to be healthier when directly use in vaporisers. This is because dry herb may not give you heavy metals and silicates which are sometimes known to be found in trace elements in some types of vape oil. Solvents like propylene glycol or diethylene glycol has not been used. Thus, this makes one safe from harmful carbonyls like acetaldehyde, formaldehyde, and butanol.
Moreover, second-hand smoking of dry herb vaporiser is not harmful because the vapor is not smoke. There may even be instances that the vapor is unnoticeable or even unseen that one is inhaling it. In addition to that, the smell immediately disappears after seconds. Further, the toxic elements present are lower compared to smoking cigarettes and this could be the good healthy tips for a healthy life style.
Dry herb vaping may not cater many toxic compounds offered by smoking. When plant material burns, its active components may lose up to around 40%. There are two ways on how dry herb is vaporised. It is either through conduction or via convection.
Primarily, cannabis is the initial substance that comes into mind in terms of dry herb vaporiser. However, there is a long list of healthy herbs that can also be used for vaping. Here is the list of some common and famous herbs to vape giving their potential health benefits:
Valerian is known for its sedative effect. At 455 degrees F, the herb may be used for vaporiser and its effect seems to work better that using it in teas or tinctures.
Like the Valerian plant, Passion Flower also has mild effect for sedation. It is also has an effect as an anti-depressive in a lighter way. For around 309 degrees F, the herb may be vaporised.
Aside from its great taste, lavender aids in stimulating the circulation of the blood, relaxation of the muscles, and combating depression. It is also an effective antibacterial and antiseptic agent.
St. John’s Wort has an effect on sedation and anti-depression at burning around 302 degrees F.
St. John’s Wort competes with prescription medication for its high anti-depressant effect.
At 374 degrees F, Damiana exert its potent herb smell and its aphrodisiac effect. It also has the ability to strengthen the nervous system and reduces menstrual cramps.