Cannabis flowers contain hundreds of chemical compounds, including cannabinoids and terpenes. Terpenes are scented molecules that are responsible for the flavour and aroma of cannabis.

In addition to lending flavour to cannabis, they also contribute to its effects on the body, both individually and in combination with cannabinoids.

Most vaporizing temperature recommendations focus on the boiling point of THC (157°C) and other cannabinoids, such as CBD (180°C). But for an even more customized experience, you may want to consider the boiling points of terpenes, too. 

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