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5 Tips to Choose The Best Box Mod Vape for Cannabis Concentrate

The ability to vaporize concentrates while on the go is a revolution in marijuana consumption. Still a burgeoning technology, mobile dabs have recently become an affordable and reliable way to inhale!

Marijuana concentrates, or dabs, have become very popular in the past ten years. There are many forms of dabs. shatter, rosin, budder, BHO, and wax, just to name a few. but all are vaporized and inhaled. This used to require specialized glassware, a bong, a blowtorch, and extreme safety — not something you want to rely on when dabbing! Table-top vaporizers (“e-nails”) have come into their own, but still need to be plugged in. You can’t discount safety here either, as a e-nail rig entails a red-hot iron coil sitting on a bong.

That’s where the box mod comes in. A box mod holds one (or more) batteries and regulates their power to an atomizer. For years, they have been used with e-cigarettes, and have evolved tremendously in their capabilities.

One of the most effective tools you can use to vape your cannabis concentrates, is a box mod with an atomizer specifically designed to vape oils. But it’s also one of the more complicated tools you can use.

That’s why today you will learn the 5 most important tips on choosing and using your box mod the right way with cannabis concentrates.

If you’re still looking for a box mod, check out this buyer’s guide . And if you still need an atomizer as well, read this guide .

Tip 1: Choose The Best Box Mod with Temperature Control Mode & Use This Mode

Temperature control mode is a heating-mode that most box mods have. But only in the past few years box mods become so advanced that it became the preferred method to use it with.

What wattage to vape THC oil? Before temperature control, you would want, if possible, control the heating process of your box mod using adjustable wattage and voltages.

In temperature control mode, you can choose your exact temperature, instead of your exact wattage. [Wattage is a setting often required for the temperature control mode of most mods in addition to the temperature setting.] And if you’re wondering why you would want this when you’re vaping cannabis concentrates: Different cannabinoids in your cannabis concentrate have different boiling points, if you want full control over the effects of your concentrate, it’s a must you have full control over your temperature (different cannabinoids have different effects on your body and mind).

When it comes to dry herb vaping, the higher your temperature with vaping, the more Cannabinoids, and possible toxins when it gets to certain high temperature, your vapor will contain. If you can control your exact temperature, you can control the amount of Cannabinoids and toxins in your vapor as well.

Tip 2: Slowly Work Your Temperature Up

Never start your temperature in the higher ranges, always start low to medium and slowly work your way up.

There are different reasons for this:

First: I know you’re sometimes in hurry, but the higher your temperature the harsher the taste of your concentrate will be. It can be too harsh for many people. Plus, the lower you start the clearer you will taste your concentrate.

Second: If you immediately start at a high temperature, the effects of your concentrate might be overwhelming. The faster your oil/wax will vaporize, the stronger your effects will be.

Start low work your way up slowly and get where you want in a more controlled pace.

And finally, the reason behind slowly work your way up is that the lower your temperature, the slower you’ll extract cannabinoids from your concentrate, it will help you to get to the exact high you want to be at, and that will help you, not only with saving some money, but also control your tolerance level.

You probably vape cannabis concentrates because you want to get to certain medication-level. If you slowly extract the cannabinoids from your concentrate, you give the cannabinoids time to do their work, and you might get to your desired medication-level faster than you expected, and use less of your concentrate.

Tip 3: Use the Right Maximum Temperature

You already learned that different cannabinoids have different boiling points, and with temperature control mode, you can control which of these cannabinoids get boiled mostly .

Well, here’s a quick guideline you can use to control the effects of your vapor:

  • Maximum temperature of 356°F(180°C): higher ratio of THC, so you will be feeling mostly mental effects;
  • Maximum temperature of 392°F(200°C): higher ratio of CBD, CBN so the physical effects will be strong as well;

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Tip 4: Choose The Best Box Mod with Enough Battery Life to Vape Marijuana Concentrates or Wax.

The worst thing in the world when you’re vaping while out is: your box mod giving up on you because its battery died.

Now, if you vape your concentrates mostly while you’re home, this really isn’t that big of a deal, because all you do when your battery dies is: plug your box mod in the charger. But if you only vape at home, you might as well get a big box mod with insane battery life, since you probably don’t need to be discreet or need it to fit in your pockets.

On the other hand, if you vape your concentrates mostly while you’re out, it’s important you get a box mod with enough battery life, which still fits with your size requirement.

Of course, you can get a 3-battery beast of a box mod, but this won’t be a very convenient fit for your pockets.

I highly recommend getting a 2-battery box mod if you mostly vape while you’re out and about. They have the perfect balance between size and battery life, however, if you really want to be discreet at all times, you should go for a single-battery box mod.

Tip 5: Choose The Best Box Mod with Enough Watts for Vaping Weed concentrates and wax

Most stoners are not interested in cloud to keep their public marijuana smoking discreet, but if you’re a cloud chaser, it helps to get a box mod with a high maximum wattage. If you want enormous clouds, you should be thinking about 150 watts minimum.

Because the higher your watts, the lower the ohms of your coil can be (the ohms measurement is basically the resistance of your coil, the lower the resistance, the more powerful your coil is). Nevertheless, even if you’re not a cloud chaser, it’s always nice to have the option around the corner. If you get a high-maximum-wattage box mod, you don’t actually have to use its full wattage.

In fact, even if you don’t want to go above, for example, 50 watts, it might be a good idea to get a high-maximum-wattage box mod. The high wattage you use, that faster you will drain your battery. Keep in mind, wattage output has no relation to maximum battery life. You will drain battery more quickly at a higher wattage but overall life will depend on the mAh rating of the batteries.

Bonus Tip: Choose The Best Box Mod with a DNA or YiHi Chip

Most important, always use a company with well reviewed temp control chips. If you really want to make sure you get the most accurate, precise and customizable temperature control that money can buy…

I highly recommend getting a box mod with .

Box mods with these chips are the absolute kings in temperature control. You can literally customize anything about your box mod and temperature settings with one of these chips.

THC Vape Juice: What It Is & How To Use It

Wanna vape your weed instead of smoking it? You’re gonna need at least two things: a vape pen and some THC vape juice. In this article, the experts at Honest Marijuana reveal everything you need to know about THC vape juice so that you understand what it is and how to use it.

Along the way, we’ll even show you how to make your own THC vape juice and how to gauge the dosage for the best high possible. Let’s get started.

What Is Vape Juice?

Vape juice (a.k.a. e-juice or e-liquid) is a mixture of water, sometimes alcohol, sometimes nicotine, food-grade flavoring, and propylene glycol (PG) or vegetable glycerin (VG).

Vape juice first popped onto the scene when e-cigarettes were introduced as an alternative to regular cigarettes. For that reason, those in the know usually reserve the term “vape juice” (by itself) to refer to a liquid that:

  • Contains nicotine
  • Is used as a replacement for smoking cigarettes

So, just like some of the other slang in the cannabis community, it’s not OK to say vape juice when you actually mean THC vape juice. If you do, those who know better may get confused…or at the very least, think you’re a tool.

If you’re talking about a replacement for cigarettes (with or without added nicotine), say vape juice. If you’re talking about vaping to get high, say THC vape juice.

What Is THC Vape Juice?

THC vape juice is basically the same thing as vape juice — it’s water (or alcohol), flavoring, and PG or VG — except that THC vape juice also contains … wait for it … a THC concentrate.

The most common forms of THC concentrate are:

You can also use cannabis oil (a.k.a. Rick Simpson oil) as long as you dilute it before applying heat. We’ll explain all that in greater detail in the Can You Make Your Own THC Vape Juice? section later in this article.

What Are The Effects Of THC Vape Juice?

Because THC vape juice is basically concentrated THC, the effects will be the same as you’d experience when smoking a high-THC strain. Common effects of THC vape juice include:

  • Distortion of time
  • Increased receptivity to stimuli
  • Drowsiness
  • Euphoria
  • Hunger (a.k.a. the munchies)

The intensity of those effects depends in large part on your metabolism, body composition, and a whole host of other factors.

That means the amount of THC vape juice (or the number of tokes) that sends you into the stratosphere may only send your friend to the top of the Empire State Building (metaphorically speaking, of course).

Are There Any Side Effects Of THC Vape Juice?

As with all THC products, there is always the potential for a really bad trip. Because THC vape juice is often made from high THC strains, they contain very little CBD, CBN, or CBG.

These cannabinoids temper the effects of THC and make them more enjoyable. Without CBD and the like, too much THC can cause:

  • Debilitating anxiety
  • Paranoia
  • Vomiting
  • Unconsciousness (not the good kind)

So tread lightly when you first start using THC vape juice. There’s nothing worse than a bad trip … especially when you can prevent it.

Is THC Vape Juice Legal?

Yes and no. We know that’s confusing, but so are the laws about marijuana in the United States. Essentially, it all comes down to where you live.

Some states have legalized both recreational and medicinal marijuana, while other states have only legalized medicinal marijuana. Hopefully, you live in (or near) one of those states. If you’re really unlucky, you live in a state where both types of cannabis are still illegal.

If that’s the case, all we can say is, “Be patient.” The times they are a-changin’.

If you live in a state where recreational marijuana is legal (and you’re of a certain age), you can purchase THC vape juice at your local dispensary. If you live in a state where only medicinal marijuana is legal, you’ll have to see a doctor to get a prescription.

If you live in a state where neither is legal, you’re just S.O.L., my friend. Sorry.

Can You Make Your Own THC Vape Juice?

Yep. There are actually several different ways to make your own THC vape juice, each with its own pros and cons. The simplest method (not necessarily the quickest) is to make a tincture. You can then use that tincture as your THC vape juice.

Here’s how to do it.

DIY THC Vape Juice

  1. Chop your plant matter and decarboxylate it in a 230℉ oven for 35 minutes.
  2. Place the decarboxylated cannabis in a quart (32-ounce) mason jar.
  3. Pour in 32 ounces of the highest-proof alcohol you can get. Everclear works well, but by all means, avoid isopropyl alcohol.
  4. Cover the jar tightly. A screw-on lid works nicely here.
  5. Shake well.
  6. Place the mason jar in a brown paper bag and store in a cabinet or closet. Storing the jar in a bag in a dark place keeps sunlight from spoiling the tincture.
  7. Monitor the location where you store your brew. It should be warm/room temperature, NOT hot.
  8. Let the mason jar sit for 30-60 days (the longer the better).
  9. After the steeping period, remove the plant matter from the remaining liquid by straining through a cheesecloth.
  10. Store the liquid in an opaque bottle out of the sun to preserve its potency.

This type of THC vape juice is very watery (because it’s just alcohol and marijuana), but some of the other products you can make yourself (like cannabis oil and liquid THC) may turn out more viscous (a fancy term for “thick like grease”).

If you end up with one of these thicker forms, it’s not the end of the world. You just need to add another ingredient to thin out the mixture. That’s where vegetable glycerin (VG) and propylene glycol (PG) come in.

A Bit About VG & PG

Vegetable glycerin is a clear, odorless liquid extracted from plant oils such as palm, soy, and coconut.

VG is produced through hydrolysis, which breaks the bonds of the ester molecules in the oil so that they can combine with water. The result is a syrupy goo much like the maple syrup you would drizzle on your pancakes or waffles.

Propylene glycol is similar to vegetable glycerin but is produced by combining molecules instead of breaking them apart.

For those of you chemistry buffs out there, the chemical formula of propylene glycol is C3H8O2. Propylene glycol is added to many foods and beverages to help distribute flavors evenly throughout.

Here’s a table that illustrates the differences between vegetable glycerin and propylene glycol.

Vape juice manufacturers use VG or PG (sometimes both) as a base in which to mix all the other ingredients. In fact, most commercially produced THC vape juice is 90 percent VG or PG with THC and flavorings making up the other 10 percent.

That shows you just how powerful the THC oil or tincture really is. At only 10 percent of the total mixture, it still packs a pretty hefty punch.

How To Gauge Your THC Vape Juice Dosage

If you buy your THC vape juice from a local dispensary, the label will tell you the correct dose of the liquid to use. It will also tell you how much THC you’ll get in that dose. Follow the instructions to get the best results.

If you make your own THC vape juice, it’s very difficult to gauge how much THC you’re getting. Start with a small amount and take it slow at first. THC vape juice, by nature, is more concentrated than regular dried bud, so it may take fewer hits of THC vape juice to get you plenty high.

One of the many nice things about vaporizers and vape pens is that you don’t have to consume all the liquid right away. It’s not like a joint, blunt, or Thai stick that, once blazing, you should smoke to the end.

With a vape pen, you can take one hit, set it aside, and a few minutes later, come back and take another hit. So you can really experiment with how many tokes it takes to get you good and high.

With that information, you’ll know exactly how much THC vape juice you’re going to need for a quality smoke sesh. That can save you money — and THC vape juice — over the long term.