Lots of dry herb vapes come in different varieties. Some are desktop vapes while others are box mods, vape pens, and 3-in-1 vapes. The E-CLIPSE, Titan 1, and Titan 2 are great examples of quality dry herb vapes that specialize in that one modality. Others, like the SteamCloud Box Mod, can vape everything from dry herbs to wax and oil concentrates.
Of all the modalities, dry herb vapes produce the lightest vapor. Be that as it may, the vapor from a dry herb unit can still cause one to have a coughing fit. The reasons for this are many, though for the most part, dry herb vapes are the least likely to cause a consistent cough with every session.
One is more likely to cough regardless of how many times they have vaped when using something like wax or oil concentrates. Unlike vapes that utilize wax or oil, dry herb vapes sometimes come with a fixed chamber that is separate from the heating unit – with these dry herb vapes, the dry herbs come in direct contact with the heating element and results in combustion.
Light and wispy, dry herb vapor tends to be translucent and flavorful. Newcomers, medical patients, and former smokers are more likely to experience a cough when using a dry herb vape than any other type of user. The good news is that coughing from a dry herb vape can diminish over time since the vapor tends to be consistently light.
Vapor from e-juice and oil tends to be thick and heavy and will undoubtedly result in an intense coughing episode from a newbie. Dry herb vapor is much better suited for those looking to have a light dose or ease their way onto the vaping scene. In fact, some of the most prolific vape users also indulge in dry herb vapor for its rich terpene and flavor profiles.
Of all the dry herb vaporizers, desktop vapes probably produce the most vapor, and the thickest. This is because desktop vapes have more power and can stay on for a lot longer than their portable counterparts. Desktop vapes are more likely to produce a cough than a portable vape. Nonetheless, either option would be a great choice for anyone starting out.
There are a few things that could inadvertently cause one to cough when using a dry herb vape. Whether you are using a desktop or portable vape, one of the most common causes for a cough from a dry herb vape is using too high of a temperature. Users commonly encounter this issue when vaping at a temperature above 360 degrees F.
Others may still encounter a cough with temperatures as low as 315 degrees F. The higher one goes, the more likely one is to cough. Temperature that reaches in the 428-degree F range will undoubtedly produce a cough in the most inexperienced users, while more experienced users will likely feel the urge but pass on it.
Other causes for a cough using a dry herb vape can be caused by having low-quality material or even having a dirty screen. Small particles can sometimes dislodge or if your material is overly dry, you can sometimes inhale small pieces of dust or vaped material. Keeping your screen and chamber clean should mitigate this issue.
If you have not already guessed, you will probably want to start out at the lowest possible heat setting and work your way up. This way you can gauge and dial in your perfect sweet spot. It is recommended to vape at a minimal temperature of at least 315 degrees F and work your way up, no higher than 430 degrees F.
Most users find their sweet spot somewhere between 365 degrees F and 390 degrees F. The higher you go, the more likely you will come to encounter the potential for coughing after a hit though. One of the best things you could ever do to help eliminate coughing from your vape sessions is incorporating the use of a bong that can accommodate your vaporizer.
Not all vapes are compatible with bongs or other water devices, though they have been known to filter out small particles and cool down any vapors to produce a truly clean and pleasant hit. Combined with keeping your temperature and your material in check, and you will come to discover that your coughing fits are lessened over time. The more time and experience, the better.
Users who are elderly or are sensitive to certain things such as dust, humidity, and seasonal allergies may come to find their conditions exacerbated using a vape, while others may come to find relief. Those suffering from asthma or other respiratory conditions might want to check with their doctor before committing to the use of a vaporizer.
If you find yourself coughing even after lowering the temperature and using good quality dry herbs, then you will most likely have to keep vaping in multiple sessions before your body becomes accustomed to it. Unlike smoking, vapor produces virtually no odor and dissipates quickly into the atmosphere. There is no real harshness to vapor from a dry herb unit.
Portable vapes are great for quick sessions which will likely produce no lasting coughs, while desktop vapes are more likely to have you coughing a bit after taking a hit. No matter what you choose to use, always remember that coughing is usually a temporary thing and will go away the more you use a vape.