When you go to choose that new variety of marijuana or cannabis oil, it may be wise to take some time to think about what characteristics you want and think about what temperature you plan to burn it at. According to the experts, temperature really does make a difference in the taste of your marijuana.
Low Temperatures (310°F to 330°F)
Burning marijuana at low temperatures can be useful if you wish to experience the following attributes from your cannabis:
- Subtle relaxation
- Mild euphoria
In other words, vaping your marijuana at low temperatures can allow you to relieve receive relief from your symptoms and still get the chores done!
Moderate Temperatures (330°F to 370°F)
Keeping your marijuana at a mid-range temperature comes with the following characteristics:
- Functional relaxation
- Sensory awareness
- Mood elevation
- Moderate euphoria
By increasing your burn temperature up just a few degrees, you receive an increase in THC; therefore, the “high” sensation increases. In addition to increasing the effects of relaxation and euphoria, mid-range burns also increase appetite – though you’ll need to push past 370°F to really feel hunger.
Mid-range temperatures are ideal if you’re trying to:
- Read a book
- Play video games
Additionally, burning cannabis between 330°F and 370°F allows you to take advantage of the most marijuana has to offer in terms of cannabinoids and terpenes.
High Temperatures (370°F to 430°F)
High temperatures are good for:
- Heavy relaxation
- Intense euphoria
Burning marijuana at these high temperatures will provide you with a high level of terpenes and cannabinoids. Vaping at this temperature is for when you are looking for that intense euphoria and deep relaxation.
There are a whole host of other factors that can impact the results you feel from vaping marijuana, including strain and your tolerance level. However, adjusting the temperature is a good place to start if you are looking for a certain experience from your cannabis oil.
Read more about the effects of temperature on marijuana oil via Leafly: https://www.leafly.com/news/cannabis-101/how-to-customize-a-cannabis-high-with-temperature