I have been reading a lot about vaping lately. One of my concerns was that my cheap conduction vaporizer might be burning the herb. However, I came across some temperature information for combustion vs. vaporization, and I wanted to ask you all if this sounds right: Vaporization of THC takes place at around 400 degrees fahrenheit. Combustion of herb takes place at around 1,100 degrees fahrenheit. Does this sound right? If so, does that pretty much eliminate the concerns that anyone might have about burning their herb with a vaporizer? I mean, as long as your vaporizer heats at less than 600 degrees fahrenheit, it can't burn (combust) the herb - am I correct? It seems hard to find much information on Google about combustion temperatures, but here is something I found that describes the combustion temperatures of wood: "There are three basic stages to wood combustion: Water is removed by evaporation and vaporization. This heat does not warm the stove or room. At 500 degrees Fahrenheit, the wood starts to break down chemically, and volatile gases are formed. These vapors contain from 50 to 60 percent of the heat value of wood. At approximately 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit, these gases, when mixed with the proper amount of air, break into flames and burn. To ensure complete combustion, maintain this temperature and a sufficient air supply. After the release of gases, the remaining material (charcoal) burns at a temperature in excess of 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit. When charcoal is completely burned, a small amount of ash remains." That's where I got the 1,100 degrees fahrenheit temperature from.