Vaporizers vs. Smoking Cannabis | Ladies Kitchen S1:E08

Join the Ladies as they discuss the benefits of vaporizers vs. smoking cannabis. Learn why dry herb vaporizers are the healthier alternative to smoking cannabis alone or with other herbs. When you vape, you are likely to inhale a lower number of chemicals (source: Johns Hopkins Medical).

People are looking for natural alternatives to prescriptions and over-the-counter drugs for relief from common conditions. Vaporizing botanicals on their own like lavender, eucalyptus, peppermint, rosemary is a buzz, but combining them with each other (or better yet cannabis - THC or Hemp/CBD), actually promotes the herb’s healing properties while also offering a cleaner form of consumption to your lungs compared to smoking.

Chamomile for instance is not only beneficial in tea but also when delivered through a vaporizer. Vaporizing chamomile has been reported to relieve stress, headache, depression, anxiety, and nausea. Producing similar sleepy effects as when steeped in tea, chamomile combined with peppermint and cannabis provides a blissful and calming vaporizing experience. The recommended temperature for vaporizing chamomile is 212°F – 302°F.

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