I came across an article which talks about how rich people smoke pot, it is becoming more and more popular and you’ve guessed it the answer is with a volcano vaporizer. The main reason why they use it is because it is the safest way to smoke pot or any other herbs for that matter, here is the complete article its pretty interesting : Read the rest of this entry »
Using the volcano vaporizer is really simple, its the kind of machine that you dont really need to read the instruction book before trying it. That being said, a lot of people who buy volcano vaporizers are unsure how to use it at first and are hesitant to try it without first reading the manual because it is an expensive piece of hardware… Well, hopefully if you did a search online for a tutorial or “volcano vaporizer how to“ you’ll find this post. Rather than explaining everything by text again ( we already posted a how to guide here ), I present to you these 2 videos which pretty much sum it all up nicely : Read the rest of this entry »
Volcano vaporizer bags are favored for their safety element and for the simplicity of application in practical use. They are maintained in a way to keep the temperature under control so that the efficiency level of the device is optimum with maximum flavor output. The fundamental of the system is quite simple to pump the air through the metal at a controlled temperature. A pump does the work of controlling the air flow at a continuous manner without any variations. This unique quality makes the volcano vaporizer system to be the perfect method concerning the efficient management of temperature. The most vital part of the systems is played by the volcano vaporizer bags, which contain the vapor. Read the rest of this entry »
The Volcano is the Ferrari of tobacco and herbal vaporizers. Instead of burning, it atomizes. There’s no smoke, and no carcinogens. Just sweet, sweet, vapor that is so efficient that your herbs will be 3-4 times more effective… making you 3-4 times less effective.
Here were our impressions.
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