There is a significant difference between ingesting cannabis and smoking cannabis. Burning any vegetable material, cannabis inclusive, converts a major portion of it to chemicals like benzene, anthracine, styrene, acetone and carbon monoxide. If you inhale a lot of cannabis smoke, you are uptaking those nasty chemicals along with the cannabinoids. The resultant high is a blend of the effects of this. Many cannabis affectionados do not care for the pure cannabis high that they get from eating, drinking or inhaling the active ingredients in cannabis, while they very much enjoy the effects of smoking it. This because they have become accustomed to the chronic anoxia effect of the carbon monoxide and the stupefying effects of the solvents and plastics formed by burning cannabis at 1200 degrees F, the combustion temperature at the tip of a lit joint or in the bowl of a lit pipe. There are many cannabis consumers that have purchased a vaporizer in order to get away from the toxins formed by burning cannabis only to find that they cannot make the switch to a healthier delivery system. This despite that it delivers most all of the active ingredients to the consumer rather than destroying more than half as with burning it. They find that they are actually enjoying the smoke toxins as much - if not more - than the cannabis. Something to consider. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!