After getting released from the clutches of big tobacco companies and decades of strict regulations, vaping is on the verge of tremendous growth. And the options are seemingly limitless. Vaping with weed and nicotine is common, but did you know you could also use your vape with herbs? Here is a list of some creative vaping products that you can use and their psychoactive effects.
Apart from nicotine e-liquid, vegetable glycerin is one of the most common products used in vaping. It gives out a subtle yet thick “smoke,” and provides you with a mild and soothing sensation.
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There are many types of e-liquids that you can use to satisfy your cravings. You can get flavors like red tobacco, mojito platinum, green tea menthol, strawberry shortcake ice cream, and so much more. You can choose from over 40 different types of e-Liquids and enjoy unique blends from fruity menthol to minty grape.
Vaping with the stem is the newest trend, and the craze is real! You can now get a unique high by vaping dank stems with or without herbs. Add 1 unit of herb and two units of the powdered stem. You can vape a wide range of dank stems, mixed with herbs, or plain stems, to get the perfect, organic high.
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Vaping herbs are not only completely legal but also easily accessible. You can buy these herbs at any herbal shop, and many of them have medicinal properties. You can also add them to cannabis while vaping. You can vape herbs like Damiana, catnip, valerian, passionflower, lavender, and much more. Damiana is said to increase sensuality while lavender creates relaxation. Find a reliable apothecary for information on what they all do.
Vaping Salvia Divinorum can get dangerous when the dose is not monitored. You can easily inhale large doses that can make you pass out for several hours. It is also known as a mild general anesthesia when inhaled in large doses. In smaller doses, however, it’s said to have anti-depressant qualities.