When Bilbo sits down with Gandalf at the start of The Fellowship of the Ring one of the first things they do is create some pipe smoke magic together. In this post, the team at the 710 Pipes vape shop in Denver will go over some nifty vape tricks that will enable you to become the Gandalf of your inner circle.
Over the past ten years, the number and variety of dry herb vaporizers has exploded. Here at our Denver vape shop, we’ve witnessed the surge in interest first-hand and its sometimes hard to believe. Of course, with any new technology come issues and questions. And dry herb vapes are no exception. A lot of the questions we field from customers have to do with fixing a vape that has broken down or is simply not performing as expected. Below, we’ll get into the details of how to fix common problems associated with a dry herb vaporizer.
It doesn’t matter what kind of salary you make: good herb is not cheap. With an ounce of Blue Dream hovering around $200 in Denver these days and an ounce of OG Kush costing more than $300 you want to make sure you get the most out of every bud. And that’s exactly what the team at 710 Pipes vape shop is here to do: provide you with five tips that will enable you to make your vape weed last a bit longer. So let’s get to it.
Whether it’s used as a method of entertainment or to help manage common health conditions, smoking weed has made an indelible impression on the culture. But one aspect of cannabis consumption has always been a bit problematic: of course, we’re talking about the whole “smoking” thing. The best way to avoid the pitfalls of smoking herb is to switch to dry herb vaping. So with that in mind the team at the 710 Pipes vape shop present six things you should be aware of if you’re contemplating switching from smoking to vaping.
People all over the world are catching on to the joys of dry herb vaping. And why not? Vaping provides several easy-to-quantify advantages over smoking weed that make it a common sense alternative for those who are health conscious, or who just want to have a more satisfying experience.
There is a mountain of scientific evidence confirming that dry vaping of herbs does not pose an existential health hazard either to the vaper or to others. But, while those of us at the 710 Pipes vape shop in Denver might understand that, and most of our customers understand that, there is still a significant portion of the population who are either woefully misinformed about vaping, are opposed to any type of cannabis use, or are wary of any activity that even remotely resembles smoking.
In spite of significant headwinds created by the anti-smoking lobby vaping has taken off worldwide. That’s because people understand it’s safe and relaxing and affordable and doesn’t subject those around you to dangerous smoke. But as vaporizers have become more popular those of us at the 710 Pipes vape shop in Denver are getting ever more inquiries about the batteries on these devices. And those questions typically go like this: “Why did my battery die so fast?”
Here in the 21st century, technological change happens at breakneck speed. As soon as we figure out this or that device the technology is either upgraded or replaced entirely by some new technology (think of how streaming services killed DVD rentals). Vaping technology is no different. It seems just about every year now there is some new piece of vaping kit that takes center stage, making the practice more convenient and effective. In this post, the team at the 710 Pipes vape shop in Denver will look at recent advances in vaping technology.
If you want to start a lively discussion among your peers at the vape shop in Denver just ask them what is the optimal temperature at which to vape weed. Opinions will start flying in every direction with preferred temperatures ranging from 320 degrees (F) to nearly 450 degrees. But who is right in such a case? Well, to a certain extent they all are, because the different temperatures tend to produce different effects and not everyone is after the same effects when they vape weed.
It’s well known that vaping your weed is healthier than smoking your weed. Which type of vaporizer should you choose: a conduction vaporizer or a convection vaporizer? Both types of vapes are wildly popular and both have their advantages and disadvantages. In this guide, the team at your favorite vape shop in Denver are going to take a close look at both vaporizers, explain the differences between them and hopefully provide you with enough useful information to make an informed choice.