Dry herb vaporizing is fast becoming an enjoyable, safe pastime for many. Not least of all, because a dry herb vaporizer produces little to kno carcinogens! Heat dry herbs to their recommended vaping temperature to release the active ingredients as a vapor rather than combusting it. It’s fun, safe and can have many physical and emotional benefits.
Each dry herb has its own vaporizing temperature range and you can see some vape temps at the Art Of Vaporizing. The minimum temperature determines when the dry herb begins to vaporize. Once the dry herb is heated beyond the maximum temperature, it begins to combust and produce harmful smoke and toxins. Don’t do this!
Knowing which dry herbs to vaporize in your vape can be daunting when you first buy your dry herb vaporizer. There’s a lot of choice out there. The following, however, is an alphabetical list of 75 of the best legal dry herbs to vaporize for a great aromatic experience.
Many of the dry herbs listed above not only deliver great flavor but offer therapeutic benefits as well when enjoyed from your dry herb vaporizer. Chamomile, for example, can help relieve anxiety and insomnia. Lavender is safe to use for all ages and has a calming effect. Basil can settle an upset stomach, as well as help treat colds.
Passion Flower Herb
Blue Lotus Herb
Green Tea Herb
Yerba Mate Herb
Lemon Balm Herb
Green Tea Herb
St. John’s Wort Herb
Finally, it’s worth taking a close look at Calea Zacatechichi, known as the ‘Dream Herb’, often used as an aid for inducing lucid dreams. It can also be used as a sedative, an anti-inflammatory and an appetite stimulant. Note, however, that it’s occasional hallucinogenic effects caused it to be banned in Poland in 2009.
Organic herbs don’t contain pesticides and other chemicals, which are hazardous to your health. Always source your herbs organically. If you’re not sure where your herbs have come from, don’t risk your health by vaping them regardless.
Never heat your dry herb above its maximum temperature. This will cause it to burn, releasing dangerous toxins that might be inhaled.
These recipes usually have a structure.
As a general rule of herb, you’re looking for a ratio of “base: modifier: flavor twist” to be about “3: 2: 1.” Mix your herbs well to make your special recipe, and make sure to get rid of any stems.
Here are four popular recipes or blends for you to try if you don’t feel confident enough to invent your own yet.
1.Mullein for base, Lemon Balm, Raspberry Leaf, and Mint as modifiers.
This is a great recipe for bringing relaxation and relief to migraines, insomnia, anxiety. It’s recommended that you set the temperature of your dry herb vaporizer between 347°F and 374°F.
2.Ginseng for base, Green Tea and Maca Root as modifiers.
This recipe is designed to give you an energy boost. It also increases vitality and stamina. The dry herb vaporizing temperature is between 347°F and 385°F.
3.Rosemary base, Eucalyptus, Thyme, Basil, Peppermint as modifiers, with Clove as the flavor twist.
This blend is your perfect choice for fighting cold symptoms. It acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and expectorant as well. The dry herb vaporizing temperature is between 280°F and 315°F.
4.Damiana base, Blue Lotus, Calea, as mofifiers, and Mint for flavor
Get dreamy! The dry herb vaporizing temperature for this blend is between 356°F and 381°F.’