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What is more beneficial: smoking of vaporizing medical marijuana?

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A couple of weeks ago, my sister started to use marijuana for "the medical purpose" - she suffered from chronic daily headaches because of her new job. Although she never smoked weed before her doctor recommended to try medical marijuana. It did help but my sister worries about the risk of lung cancer. I'm trying to explain there is no risk when she smokes joints. Moreover, she does it only 2-3 times a week. One way or another, one week ago, she stopped using marijuana and her headaches came back. 

I was furious, so I found a couple of articles about vaporizing medical marijuana. It seems to be safer but I know nobody who'd done that.

This is the last article I've read https://vapingdaily.com/smoking-vs-vaping/smoking-vs-vaporizing-marijuana/ but I think it's non-exhaustive. I still have a lot of questions. 

Is weed vaporization really safe? How much will a nice vaporizer and marijuana concentrates cost?

Anyway, who has such an experience? I appreciate any information! 

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Hello, 

 

Whenever you smoke, regardless of whether it is tobacco, marijuana or parsley, toxins harmful to health, tars, etc. are inhaled. This is always carcinogenic.  It does not mean that you are going to have cancer, but  you are smoking carcinogenic substances.

 

So how can I safely use marijuana? The answer is simple, you can't. However,  we can consume marijuana, and greatly reducing the amount of harmful substances that are consumed.

 

Currently, the least "harmful" way to consume cannabis is by using a vaporizer at a temperature below 190 degrees centigrade.

 

Some good vaporizers, to use at home are:

 

  • Volcano
  • Arizer Extreme Q
  •  

Some good vaporizers, portable (mini size):

 

myghty or crafty

 

Personally I've tried a lot, but a lot of vaporizers, and most of them are shit. However, these models that I have mentioned to you, stand out because of their great quality. 

 

Another option is to use cookies or marijuana butter, made from extract (trichomes) and not from vegetable matter (buds). But you know, that the effect takes longer to arrive and also, the effect is much greater than when you smoke or vaporized.

 

Cheers! 

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On 02.10.2018 at 0:11 PM, Jose.gh said:

Hello, 

 

Whenever you smoke, regardless of whether it is tobacco, marijuana or parsley, toxins harmful to health, tars, etc. are inhaled. This is always carcinogenic.  It does not mean that you are going to have cancer, but  you are smoking carcinogenic substances.

 

So how can I safely use marijuana? The answer is simple, you can't. However,  we can consume marijuana, and greatly reducing the amount of harmful substances that are consumed.

 

Currently, the least "harmful" way to consume cannabis is by using a vaporizer at a temperature below 190 degrees centigrade.

 

Some good vaporizers, to use at home are:

 

  • Volcano
  • Arizer Extreme Q
  •  

Some good vaporizers, portable (mini size):

 

myghty or crafty

 

Personally I've tried a lot, but a lot of vaporizers, and most of them are shit. However, these models that I have mentioned to you, stand out because of their great quality. 

 

Another option is to use cookies or marijuana butter, made from extract (trichomes) and not from vegetable matter (buds). But you know, that the effect takes longer to arrive and also, the effect is much greater than when you smoke or vaporized.

 

Cheers! 

Thanks, my friend! How could I forget about brownies? I know, the effect won't be too strong and continuous, but still, it's better than smoking.

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Nice one Jose,

 

I man agree most of these vapourisers are shit, I bought a vaping pen that was supposed to handle herbal material, it was shyte I think I managed to get a couple of decent tokes of vapour, but after that when I managed to get a decent toke it burned the bud, and after a few goes the heating coil mashed up.

 

A total waste of £45 on a product that was not fit for purpose, I threw it away within a month it was garbage.

 

You need to spend a bit of money and "invest" in a good quality vapouriser that will be fit for purpose, over time I suppose they will become cheaper, but right now any vapourisers under £100 are low quality products that won't provide good service or last long.

 

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Is it a real difference between a vapor and a joint i never try vaporisiers?

that the taste is realy better or these just a practical oblet or a modern toy?

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