Vaporizer Pain

Discussion in 'Vaporizers' started by T.A. Sedlak, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. Anyone experienced with vaporizer use knows about the pain that comes with vaporizing. You inhale hot dry air, which irritates the throat and respiratory track badly. In fact, it can give me a sinus infection.

    Question: What are the best ways to cool the vapor before inhaling?

    I understand that some of the THC will be lost through the cooling process, and I don't want people to tell me to just drink water when vaping. Also, please don't suggest to turn the temperature down on my vaporizer. I keep the Volcano's dial at 6 and do not want to lower it due to THC loss.

    There was a product on the market for awhile called the "vaporicer," which is no longer available.

    Also, I bought a humidifier and planned to fix a hose to it, so that I could inhale moisture simultaneously. However, the humidifier stunk badly of chemicals from the plastic it was constructed of, and I had to abandon that plan.

    Now, I'm back to square one: Placing my Volcano bag against the slide of a water piece.

    Any other ideas?
     
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