Is the Vapor which comes out of a vaporizer unpleasantly hot?

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Question by puttockc: Is the Vapor which comes out of a vaporizer unpleasantly hot?
the Vapor resulting in the vaporization of a plant substance at 375F Via a Vaporizer. is it unpleasantly hot?
should it be fed through water, and will the water remove he active chemicals from the vapor at all?

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Answer by kishorekchokshi
YES

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Doodle bug (: October 1, 2010 at 1:07 am

No, if you think that boiling water is comfortable. (:

Ralph G October 1, 2010 at 1:08 am

The vapor from Volcano type can be allowed to cool in its bag.

The vapor right out of a box style vaporizers can be a little hotter, but there is a lot of cooling as the vapor travels along the whip™ so it is generally okay for most people. What you can do is inhale slower if you find it hotter than you would like. That allows the vapor to cool longer.

If you want to water cool a box style vaporizer, you can get a hydrator kit from Vaporbrothers. This will add some water vapor if you want a “smoother” vapor. See the blown glass styles at: http://www.vaporbrothers.com/pages/products/hydrators.html

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