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What Temperature is Best for Vaporizing

What temperature is the best for my vaporizer when it comes to legal herbs? We get this question on a daily (not kidding) basis. While there isn’t a black and white answer, there are some guidelines that can help you determine the best temperature range for your substance and particular vaporizer. To begin, vaporizers produce active vapors between 230°F - 420°F. The wide range of temperatures varies depending on the herb being vaporized. The best vaporizer temperature for Green Tea is 374°F (190°C), but as it turns out it is more accurately a range from 355°-385°F (180°-195°C). Many times the temperature varies because of the herb itself. The moisture in the herb is a varying factor, as is the density and quality. What are you vaping? Here is a list of common herbs to vaporize and their generally accepted

Suggest Vaporizing Temperatures:

Chamomile: 190 ° C (374 ° F)
Cannabis: 185 ° C (365 ° F)
Damiana: 190 ° C (374 ° F)
Eucalyptus : 130 ° C (266 ° F)
Green Tea : 190 ° C (374 ° F)
Lavender: 130 ° C (266 ° F)
Lemon Balm : 142 ° C (288 ° F)
Passion Flower: 154 ° C (309 ° F)
Peppermint: 166 ° C (331 ° F)
Raspberry Leaf: 190 ° C (374 ° F)
Sage : 190 ° C (374 ° F)
Spearmint : 154 ° C (309 ° F)
Thyme: 190 ° C (374 ° F)

It is important to remember the type and brand of Vaporizer makes an impact when you are vaping, because not all heat the same and handheld vaporizers tend to vary the most. They are all made uniquely and therefore heat herbs differently. So you may have to do some trials to figure out what the best temperature for your vaporizer is. We recommend starting slightly under the recommended temperature and working up a little past it. The best part is when you find the right temperature for your herb, the result is unmatched!

Keep in mind when you are vaping that not every substance will heat the same, and it won’t heat the same in every vaporizer. Typically they are similar by brand, but it still isn’t set in stone. 190 ° C (374 °F) is not the same from a Volcano to a Vapir NO2. The best vapors are those that are a smooth medium density vapor, so keep that in mind as an ultimate goal. If you go past the prime temp for your herb, it is likely you’ll end up with an unpleasant taste in your mouth. Just keep making small adjustments until you are satisfied with the result. You can also check out our popular herbs to vaporize page that discusses, in detail, each herb, its effect, and the best temperature. We have many articles dedicated to frequently asked questions on vaporizers, so check out our vaporizer information page for more answers to common questions about vapes!