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Vaporizer Temp Guide

The vaporizer is a healthy tool for aromatherapy and can be used with a number of plant substances and oils.

Vaporization doesn't facilitate combustion to release active ingredients in plants, oils and blends. The substances are instead, released through the process of sublimation or the conversion into a gaseous state, otherwise noted as vaporizing. Since there is no burning of the materials, substances are not in any way lost or altered and one is taking in the material in the purest form. Not only that, by using a vaporizer there is no production of toxic compounds, carcinogens or by products.

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In order for users to get the best vaporizer experience possible, the DaVinci vaporizer's temperature control settings will come in handy when vaporizing your favorite aromatherapy materials. Below is an informative chart featuring some of the more popular vaping materials, along with an expanded list of more materials, their vaporization temperature, and effects.

Chamomile

Vaporization temperature: 374°F/190°C
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Properties: Anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, relaxant, carminative, bitter, nervine.
General Information: Chamomile grows wild in Europe and west Asia. Related species are found in North America and Africa. Its flowers help to ease indigestion, nervousness, depressions and headaches, being ideal for emotion related problems such as peptic ulcers, colitis, spastic colon and nervous indigestion. Chamomile's essential oil have anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic and anti-microbial activity. It is excellent for many digestive disorders and for nervous tension and irritability.

Damiana

Vaporization temperature: 374°F/190°C

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Properties: Nerve tonic, antidepressant, urinary antiseptic. General Information: Native of the Gulf of Mexico, Damiana has an ancient reputation as an aphrodisiac and is an excellent remedy for the nervous system acting as a stimulant and tonic in cases of mild depression. Damiana has a strongly aromatic, slightly bitter taste.

Passion Flower

Vaporization temperature: 309°F/154°C

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Properties: Anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, hypotensive sedative, tranquilizing. General Information: Passiflora is natural from the north America. It is a valuable sedative and tranquilizing properties and has a long use as a medicine in Central and North American traditions, being taken in Mexico for insomnia epilepsy and hysteria. The leaves are an ingredient in many pharmaceutical products to treat nervous disorders such as heart palpitations, anxiety, convulsions and sometimes high blood pressure. It is also used to prevent spasms from whooping cough, asthma and other diseases.

Green Tea

Vaporization temperature: 374°F/190°C
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Properties: Anti-irritant, soothing, anti-ache, aid in digestion and depression. General Information: According to Chinese legend, tea was discovered accidentally by an emperor 4,000 years ago. Since then, traditional Chinese medicine has recommended green tea for headaches, body aches and pains, digestion, depression, immune enhancement, detoxification, as an energizer, and to prolong life.

Peppermint

Vaporization temperature: 331°F/166°C
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Properties: Carminative, relieves muscle spasms, increases sweating, antiseptic. General Information: Peppermint's origin is a mystery, but it has been in existence for a long time - dried leaves were found in Egyptian pyramids dating from around 1000 BC. It was highly valued by the Greeks and Romans, but only became popular in Western Europe in the 18th Century. Peppermint tea helps with indigestion and relaxes the muscles of the digestive tract. Peppermint's chief therapeutic value lies in its ability to relieve wind, flatulence, bloating and colic, though it has many other applications. Studies have shown that it relieves colon spasms and helps to cure ulcers. Peppermint also eases nervous headaches. Menthol, its main constituent, has antibacterial properties.

Raspberry Leaf

Vaporization temperature: 374°F/190°C
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Properties: Anti nausea, ease of labor and delivery and post partum recovery. Also is used widely with colds, sore throats and upset stomach.
General Information: Raspberry bushes are native to North America but are cultivated in other countries including Canada. Although it is best known for its delicious red berries, raspberry leaves have a number of medical applications. They have been used in connection with the common cold, sore throats, diarrhea, pregnancy, and postpartum support.

Eucalyptus

Vaporization temperature: 266°F/130°C
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Properties: Antiseptic, expectorant, stimulates local blood flow, anti-fungal.
General Information: Eucalyptus is native from Australia, where it comprises more than 75% of all trees. A traditional aboriginal remedy, eucalyptus is a powerful antiseptic used all over the world for relieving coughs and colds, sore throats and other infections. The leaves cool the body and relive fever. Eucaliptol, one of the substances found in the essential oil, is one of the main constituents of the many existing commercial formulas of chest rubs for colds. The essential oil has also strong anti-biotic, anti-viral and anti-fungal action. Eucalyptus is a common ingredient in many over-the-counter cold remedies.

Lavender

Vaporization temperature: 266°F/130°C
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Properties: Carminative, relieves muscle spasms, antidepressant, antiseptic and antibacterial, stimulates blood flow.
General Information: Lavender is native to the Mediterranean region and is cultivated in France, Spain and elsewhere. It has been used for aromatic purposes by the Romans in washing water and baths, and also has uses in cooking, cosmetics and medicine. It is effective to cure headaches, especially when related to stress, to clear depression associated with weakness and depression. Externally, lavender oil has been used as a stimulating liniment to help ease aches and pains of rheumatism.

Lemon Balm

Vaporization temperature: 288°F/142°C
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Properties: Blood circulation, Headache relief.
General Information: Lemon balm, not to be confused with bee balm, is a perennial in the mint family Lamiaceae, native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean region. It grows to 70–150 cm tall. The leaves have a gentle lemon scent, related to mint.

St. John's Wort

Vaporization temperature: 302°F/150°C
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Properties: Mild antidepressant.
General Information: St. John's Wort is commonly known to possess qualities of an anti-depressant, anti-diuretic, muscle relaxer, and cough suppressant.

Wild Lettuce

Vaporization temperature: 257°F/125°C
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Properties: Relieves colic and rheumatic pain.
General Information: Wild Lettuce is a light sedative providing a light dreamy feeling. Known to relieve colic and rheumatic pain, but also used for its hallucinatory effects by Native Americans.

Tobacco

Vaporization temperature: 257-302°F/125-150°C
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Properties: Allows healthier alternative to smoking processed cigarette additives.
General Information: The tobacco plant was widely utlized by the Native American population as a salve. Inhalation lends to benfit those suffering from dementia and alzheimers, due to the nicotine.

Rosemary

Vaporization temperature: 257°F/125°C
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Properties: Heal respiratory aliments, mental stimulant, antidepressant.
General Information: The volatile oils of the rosemary plant have been used for centuries to help heal respiratory ailments. Vaporizing rosemary is an effective way to deliver antimicrobial elements directly to the lungs as needed. Rosemary is highly volatile; take care to avoid accidental combustion when vaporizing.