I have decided that I have to lose some weight, although I think that I might start out with a goal that is smaller than what I really need to do. Of course that is because I really do not think I could easily lose as much as I really need to, that is around 25 pounds based on what it says I should weigh on the internet. Of course there must be thousands of diets on the web that you can look at, like nutrisystem for men and all of the thousands of gimmicks that you see. There must be an unlimited number of strange and weird things, many of which are clearly scams or possibly dangerous. I assume that the best thing to do is pretty much what the doctor would tell you to do, even though that is probably not going to be a bit of fun. They know what they want you to do is not fun, but of course it is the thing that works.
If you keep on hearing all the glorious praise vaporizers are receiving in the cannabis community but you just find it so damn hard to put that bong down because you’ve gotten so attached to whatever your preferred ritual is, here’s some food for thought. A new and original approach to vaporizing has been taken by Cloudious9 and though water pipe or bubbler integration has been attempted before in the past, it seems that the Hydrology 9 has managed to succeed to a much higher degree. It isn’t the best dry herb vaporizer out there but the creative bong-like design is definitely perfect for certain niche demographics of consumers.
The most impressive thing about the Hydrology 9 is how simple they managed to make the end result. With an elegant and futuristic cylindrical design that almost reminds one of a lightsaber from Star Wars, you simply have to turn it upside down and unscrew the bottom to reveal the chamber to pack your botanicals in. Screw that back on, then flip it over and remove the mouthpiece the same way.
Fill the container about halfway with water then reattach the mouthpiece and you’re good to go with a few presses of a button. Three quick presses turns it on, then each subsequent push will cycle through the different temperature options which are represented by different colors. From lowest to highest: blue, yellow, orange, purple, and red.
When the color changes to the one you want, it will heat automatically and be ready to sesh with in minutes. The only big mistake they made was not specifying exactly what those temperature settings are, so only casual vapers will really be interested in this as a vape for frequent use. That’s because different vaping experiences can be gained from different strains and different temperatures. There’s a different vaporization temperature for various terpenes and cannabinoids, but as a beginner vape this probably won’t concern you too much. It’s a bit of a novelty, but this is easily the best dry herb vaporizer at least for those that need a little transition from their bong toking ways.