Da Buddha Vaporizer Tips & Tricks



Lots of people have been asking about the Da Buddha vaporizer recently, so the Vapor MC has come to the rescue.  Here are some the questions we will be answering today.
  1. What accessories come with the Da Buddha?
  2. How do you load your herbs into the Da Buddha?
  3. Does the Da Buddha vape waxes or oils?
  4. Does the Da Buddha have a ground glass connection?
  5. What is the best heat setting for proper vaporization?
  6. What colors does the Da Buddha come in?


    Lets start with the first question "What accessories come with the Da Buddha?", this question gets asked a lot so lets get right to it.  The Da Buddha comes with a number of accessories, 7th Floor really knows how to treat their customers.  With your purchase of the Da Buddha you will get the following; one lovely padded storage bag, one instruction manual, one replacement screen, one SSV stir stick, one glass mouthpiece, three feet of vinyl tubing, one ground glass wand.

    The second question is an easy one, "How do you load your herbs into the Da Buddha?".  You are going to want to start by grinding your herbs well.  Next take a few pinches of your favorite blend and put it into the wand.  It is important to make sure that you have placed a screen into the wand prior to loading the herb.  Other than that is pretty simple and really nothing to it.  Finely ground herbs improves vaporization regardless of the vape you are using.  It is an important step not be overlooked.

    Question number three "Does the Da Buddha vape waxes or oils?", the answer to that is a simple no.

    The fourth question "Does the Da Buddha have a ground glass connection?", yes it does.  The Da Buddha uses a high quality ground glass connection on both the wand and heater cover.  All you have to do is slide the top of wand into the heater cover and let is rest.  The seal it creates is air tight and won't allow any vapor to escape.  "Hands free" means that you do not have to hold wand in place like you would with the Silver Surfer standard whip connection.

    "What is the best heat setting for proper vaporization?", well the answer to that can be complicated and usually comes down to personal preference.  We recommend setting the dial between the two o'clock and three o'clock position.  That seems to provide the best vapor and you won't run the risk of combustion.

    The last question is "What colors does the Da Buddha come in?".  The Da Buddha vaporizer comes in two different colors, Silver or Black.

    If you have any other questions about the Da Buddha vaporizer don't hesitate to ask.  The Vapor MC knows everything there is know about the wonderful world of vaporization and relishes the opportunity to help others learn as well.



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