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FAQ: Vaping Cannabis Flower

Updated: Nov 2, 2022

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“I bought a cannabis flower dry herb vaporizer. What temperature should my vaporizer be set on to achieve my desired effect?”

The best way to find the heat setting that works best for you is to experiment. Please keep in mind that two flower vaporizers set to the same temperature can sometimes produce a different type of vapor.

Additionally, each strain contains different levels of terpenes and cannabinoids, which contribute to their smell, taste, and effects. These organic compounds volatilize at various temperatures and will alter your experience.

Temperature Setting





Please remember: THC has a boiling point of 315*F; you do not want to go much lower than 325*F.

  • ​Light euphoria, calming, invigorating.

  • Intense terpene flavor.

  • Decreased side effects (red eyes, anxiety, paranoia).

  • Best suited for getting chores done or wake and bake.

  • ​Less harsh on throat, less coughing.

  • Vapor is much cooler.

  • Ideal for newcomers and lightweights.



At this setting, vapor is thicker and warmer; more access to cannabinoids; richer flavor.

  • Relaxing, euphoric, meditative but not sleepy.

  • Flavorful and rich, terpenes plus cannabinoids.

  • More THC gets volatilized.

  • Increased cannabinoid availability.

Noticeably stronger psychoactive effects from THC.

Can experience minor side effects due to stronger psychoactive effects from THC.


This setting is best suited for night-time sessions

Intense effects, strong euphoria, lethargy, “couch-lock”.

  • Maximum THC volatilization.

  • Higher cannabinoid extraction.

  • Activates THCv and humulene (appetite suppressants)

Terpenes will be depleted fast.

Hotter vapor may cause coughing.

Less flavorful.

Cannabinoids and terpenes in cannabis have different boiling points. Each organic compound has its own unique function- so you can check the profile of your strain and decide the perfect temperature for exactly what you’re trying to achieve.


Boiling Point