Vaporizing Flowering Plants

May 31, 2019

Vaporizing Flowering Plants

The beauty of herbs, flowers and plants

 

As life becomes faster paced, people crave experiences with nature. The benefits of incorporating plants into one’s lifestyle is undebatable - whether it be through diet, or a weekend hike. There are so many ways plants can be consumed and experienced, such as eating in a salad, inhaling as one does with aromatherapy, or on the skin like in beauty creams.

Another method is vaporization, which is heating plant matter (including flowers and traditional aromatherapy herbs, like lavender, chamomile, lemongrass, and more) without burning. While smoking works by combustion (which breaks plant matter down into toxic chemicals), vaporization is like making tea: using heat to get the good parts and discarding the rest. Vaporization only heats plant matter up until the active ingredients evaporate.

One of the most important considerations when vaporizing is temperature. Generally, the lower the temperature the better the flavor. Scents and flavor notes are more distinguishable and flavorful at lower degrees, whereas when temperature is higher the experience on the palate and throat is more like traditional smoking. Conversely, if the flavor isn’t a focus and bigger vapor (what you exhale) is, then the higher temperatures are more suited.  

PAX 2 and PAX 3 are sleek, premium vaporizers. The devices are made with high quality materials and built with best-in-class technology, are discreet and easy-to-use. Both devices have four set temperatures, and the PAX 3 can even be connected to the PAX mobile app, allowing temperature fine-tuning down to the degree. This control allows for predictable sessions, perfect for those new to vaporizing aromatherapy herbs and flowers, and for those with more experience who know what they want.

 

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