Cannabinoid Combustion Temperatures * Delta-9 THC – 315 °F. The most famous cannabinoid. It has both euphoric and analgesic effects, inducing a great sense of relaxation. CBD – 320 – 356 °F. The cannabinoid most sought after by medical users for its vast array of medicinal applications. It partly counters the effects of THC, effectively countering feelings of anxiety and paranoia. Delta-8 THC – 347 – 352 °C. This cannabinoid is very similar to THC, but it is more stable and less psychoactive. It has great anti-vomiting properties. CBN – 365 °F. CBN is often found in quite small amounts, however, its effects can still be felt. It breaks down THC and is highly associated with a sedative effect. CBC – 365 °F. This cannabinoid has anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties. THCV – 365 °F. THCV has been shown to moderate the psychoactive effects of THC, but more research is required. * Note: As a general rule of thumb, vaporizers should be set at around 350-360 degrees Fahrenheit (or lower if you prefer) to avoid the toxic effects associated with cannabis combustion. However, it is best to check your vaporizer for it's temperature settings accuracy, as the quality of their temperature monitoring and regulating abilities can vary significantly.