This temperature range adds further therapeutic properties to cannabis vapor. The addition of a particular cannabinoid also adds a sedating and relaxing edge. Cannflavin A is a flavonoid found in larger quantities within cannabis leaves. The molecule possesses impressive anti-inflammatory  properties . CANNFLAVIN A CATEGORY Flavonoid EFFECT Anti-inflammatory PSYCHOACTIVITY Non-psychoactive FLAVOR Nutty STRAIN OG Kush.
CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR STRAIN CANNFLAVIN A Flavonoid Anti-inflammatory Non-psychoactive Nutty OG Kush. CBN (cannabinol) was the first cannabinoid isolated from cannabis. Unlike other cannabinoids, it’s not made in the plant via enzymatic reactions. CBN will add an element of sedation to the high, alongside anti-inflammatory effects. CBN also shows promise as an anticonvulsant and may reduce the symptoms of psoriasis. CBN CATEGORY Cannabinoid EFFECT Anticonvulsant PSYCHOACTIVITY Psychoactive FLAVOR Unflavored STRAIN Royal AK. CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR STRAIN CBN Cannabinoid Anticonvulsant Psychoactive Unflavored Royal AK.
Linalool adds a potent floral aroma to many cannabis cultivars, with hints of lavender and citrus. The terpene is responsible for several of the potential therapeutic properties of cannabis. The molecule possesses antidepressant, anti-anxiety, and immunopotentiating properties—it directly enhances several immune functions. LINALOOL CATEGORY Terpene EFFECT Antidepressant PSYCHOACTIVITY Non-psychoactive FLAVOR Floral STRAIN Special Kush 1. CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR STRAIN LINALOOL Terpene Antidepressant Non-psychoactive Floral Special Kush 1. HIGH: 201°C+/393°F+ This is the high end of the temperature spectrum. Here, further beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes evaporate. This is where vaping becomes more like smoking and some detrimental molecules turn into gases. Although this temperature range is thought to release all of the beneficial compounds within cannabis flowers, it’s a fine balance between optimal vaporization and releasing harmful chemicals. Unfortunately, the beneficial molecules in this temperature bracket come along with a hit of benzene. This carcinogen is one reason many cannabis users are abandoning smoking. Although benzene has a boiling point of 80°C, some vape models have been proven to eliminate the chemical up to temperatures of 200°C. So far, there’s no confirmed figure of the vaporization point of benzene in cannabis consumption. Some reports suggest the number could be as high as 365°C. Terpineol provides a subtle scent of lilac and commonly appears in perfumes and cosmetics. The terpene has demonstrated multiple therapeutic  effects, including anti-malarial, antibiotic, antioxidant, and sedative properties. TERPINEOL CATEGORY Terpene EFFECT Anti-malarial PSYCHOACTIVITY Non-psychoactive FLAVOR Lilac. CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR TERPINEOL Terpene Anti-malarial Non-psychoactive Lilac. THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin) evaporates at higher temperatures. This cannabinoid is an analogue of THC and occurs in minor concentrations. However, cultivars high in the cannabinoid do exist. The cannabinoid is associated with anticonvulsant properties  and has shown the ability to combat pain and inflammation. THCV may also assist with weight loss and fat metabolism. THCV CATEGORY Cannabinoid EFFECT Combat pain PSYCHOACTIVITY Psychoactive FLAVOR Unflavored. CATEGORY EFFECT PSYCHOACTIVITY FLAVOR THCV Cannabinoid Combat pain Psychoactive Unflavored. Pulegone generates a pleasant odour of peppermint and camphor.
Heating your vape to these temperatures might be worth it to access this terpene  . The molecule exerts memory-boosting and sedating effects.
Some evidence also suggests that pulegone can combat fevers . PULEGONE CATEGORY Terpene EFFECT Memory-boosting PSYCHOACTIVITY Non-psychoactive FLAVOR Peppermint.