The pros and cons of flower versus THC vapes and what to know about vaping related lung-injury.

Is it safe to vape cannabis oil or THC vapes? In light of the vaping related lung-injury outbreak, countless people are wondering if flower is a better option.

While cannabis is generally considered a safe substance, we don’t know much about the long-term effects of vaporizing and inhaling cannabis oils and other substances.

Official reports surrounding the mysterious vaping-related illness are largely ambiguous in regards to whether cannabis oil, nicotine e-cigarettes, or other substances in vapes are responsible for the lung illness.

To learn more about it, be sure to read our article on the Vaping Illness, linked here.

If you’re thinking twice about vaping cannabis oils you should read this. In this article, we’re going to compare and contrast the pros and cons of flower versus THC vapes to help you decide what might be best for you.

Pros of Cannabis Oil Vapes

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Let’s start with the pros of cannabis oil vapes. First off, always be sure to choose cannabis oil that is free from potentially harmful chemicals or pesticide residues, heavy metals, and artificial additives.

Cannabis vape oil is handheld and easily portable. That makes it great to take with you discretely wherever you go so that you can enjoy cannabis oil as needed on the go.

Cannabis vape oil comes with an enjoyable aroma that doesn’t stick around like cannabis smoke. Although it dissipates quickly, it’s a distinctly different smell than an e-cigarette or nicotine vape. So, not exactly super discrete, but significantly more chill than lighting up a joint.

Another pro about vaping cannabis oil is you don’t have to spend time breaking up cannabis flowers and rolling it into joints or packing it into bowls. Unless that is, you enjoy the ritual of breaking up herb, which would make this one a con of vaping for you. 

Vaping cannabis oil also allows you to experience higher potencies of THC (up to 99%), which may or may not be something you’re looking for. By the way, high potency vapes can knock your socks off, so please remember to always enjoy cannabis responsibly and in moderation.

Pros of Cannabis Flower over THC Vapes

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There’s nothing like great cannabis flower. Sure, it requires some work to break it up, but some people really enjoy that part of the ceremony.

High-quality cannabis flower has its pros over THC vapes. For example, you don’t have to worry about any potentially hazardous chemicals in your cannabis. At least as long as you choose a high-quality cannabis brand.

With flower, you get the satisfaction of enjoying a natural plant in its natural state, perfectly cultivated for your enjoyment. It takes time to sit back, roll, and smoke a joint.

A fine cannabis flower is something to admire and respect. For cannabis users who still enjoy the old school way to enjoy herb, flower is gold.

In this hustle-hustle society, sitting back and relaxing is kind of a revolution. That’s what flower offers over the on-demand “get it on the go” aspect of vaping cannabis oils.

Vapes are nice and THC oil is cool, but who can argue with the age-old method of enjoying freshly cured cannabis flowers.

Which is better THC Vapes or Flower?

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