Should You Use A Vaporizer With Marijuana?

marijuana vaporizer for weedIf you have been wondering lately whether or not you should employ the use of a vaporizer for marijuana for consuming your herbal substances, then this article should help you make up your mind.  These vaping technology products have recently become extremely popular throughout the cannabis smoking community because they are a much healthier option when compared to traditional smoking.  The main benefit is that you are not releasing all of those harmful, toxic chemicals that are typically produced when the marijuana material is burnt with a hot flame.  When you vaporize, especially with a top shelf convection unit, there aren’t as many extra toxins produced, so it’s a much more enjoyable experience, and you don’t have to worry about it negatively effecting your lung health over a long period, which is now a top concern among modern day smokers in the year 2017.  If you are looking to maximize the effectiveness of your herbal medicine while minimizing the health risks associated with regular smoking, then employing the use of an herbal vaporizer is definitely a very smart option for you at this period in time.  Please get in touch with us if you have any questions, or need any personal recommendations about which vapes we think are the best out of all of the products currently available out there on the marketplace.  We will be reviewing products, posting videos and other blog articles, and lots of other content to inform our readers about the best products that are currently being sold on the vaping marketplace.


Top Marijuana Vaporizers For Sale Online

I would have to say that the top brands for vaporizers for marijuana that are being sold on today’s marketplace are the Herbalizer, Storz & Bickel, Haze, Da Vinci, and Arizer. These are our top picks, but of course there are many other notable brands throughout the market, it’s really about personal preference, but when it comes to overall performance and build quality the ones that really outshine the rest of the pack are the Herbalizer and Storz & Bickel products. The Herbalizer is a top shelf desktop vaporizer that can use balloon bags or a whip attachment to inhale your herbal substances, making it extremely universal and convenient for large parties where multiple users are going to be involved.

The Volcano by Storz & Bickel also has an extremely high performance level, so you should definitely also consider purchasing one of those because it can really make a long term difference, and put you on the fast track to vaping success. Most cannabis users are now vaping in some form, and these are the top of the line units that will show you exactly how a true herbal vaporizer should function. Please keep in mind that you always get what you pay for, and it’s no different in this industry because the top of the line manufacturers are the ones who charge the most, and they perform the best. So unless you are willing to at least spend a couple of hundred dollars right off the bat then don’t even bother, because all of the cheaper products out there are far less superior, and these are the ones that we have found to stand out from the rest of the pack, so please keep that in mind.

Right Oregon Basic Operating Principles

Portland City Commissioner Dan Saltzman’s recent Sustainable Industries/Clean Energy Initiative will:

  1. Use public funds to juice the investment returns of investments available to a small, select class of elite investors.
  2. Legislate an artificial market into existence and manipulate energy market demand at public expense.
  3. Reward unproven organizations with public subsidies.

Use public funds to juice the investment returns of investments available to a small, select class of elite investors.

Commissioner Saltzman’s initiative acknowledges that the investment returns of these projects will not be attractive to private investors unless public funds subsidize private investment dollars:

In order to engage their investment we need …[to match] … private investment to accomplish … an acceptable [Investment Return]”.

Furthermore, these investments will only be available to a small, elite group of investors via venture capital (In order to invest in venture capital, a restricted offering, an investor must meet certain prejudicial criteria such as: net worth greater than $1,000,000; individual income in excess of $200,000).
Legislate an artificial market into existence and manipulate energy market demand at public expense:

Throughpractice [(conversion of city’s diesel fleets to biodiesel and contract 100% of the city’s electricity to wind power)]… policy[,] and programmatic initiativesPortlandcanredirectdollars from fossil fuel … toward clean, regionally produced products and services.”

The conversion of city’s diesel fleet to biodiesel is a procurement subsidy. Biodiesel (B100) currently costs about 19% more than regular diesel and is about 8% less fuel efficient; summing the two, a switch to biodiesel would thus cost citizens about 27% more.

Reward unproven organizations with public subsidies:

Commissioner Saltzman’s initiative rewards organizations based on sales volume, not profitability

[The] … Biofuels Investment … Fund will be awarded … to … organizations that can deliver … increases in:

  1. the number of gallons of bio-based fuels produced and sold in Portland;
  2. the number of gallons of bio-based fuels produced from Oregon feed stocks; and
  3. the number of jobs in the bio-based fuels sector in Portland, and secondarily in Oregon. ($450,000)”

I have been researching the “Sustainable Industries/Clean Energy Initiative” submittal by Portland City Commissioner Dan Saltzman.

After reviewing the “Background” section of the document, I have serious questions with regards to:

  • Government policy favoring one segment of the market (aka Corporate Welfare).
  • The larger question of state economic diversification
  • the stated intention of the proposal to “enhance demand” for “energy efficient and green building technologies” — at first glance, this sounds suspiciously like “subsidizing” but before making that accusation, I’d like to examine the document thoroughly.

If a business (such as a restaurant, tavern, bowling-alley, or bingo-hall) chooses to cater to smoker and non-smoker alike, what moral justification does the State have to interject?

If Sen. Ginny Burdick (D) and Rep. Carolyn Tomei (D) have their way, business’ exempted from the 2001 ban on smoking in the workplace will no longer have this choice.

Proponents would like to frame the issue as one of public health. Tomei states:

Secondhand smoke contributes to asthma, ear infections, pneumonia and bronchitis … Our young workers are concentrated in the food service industry and teens are a very vulnerable population.”

Tomei’s predictable concern for our vulnerable young workers is at best misguided; dare I say that the sour stench of political self-interest, while subtle, is beginning to show through the incessant beating of this dead horse.

Those vulnerable young workers are free to decide not to work at establishments that permit smoking, as are the establishment’s potential patrons.

It’s all so disingenuous, how this crowd purports to be in defense of our sacred rights to choose yet at the same time makes our decisions for us.