Hey everyone, I was doing some research this morning regarding the ideal temperatures for Vaporization & came across an interesting theory. Essentially we have been referencing the "boiling points" of the different cannabinoids which implies that they are in a liquid state. What we know for a fact is that there is something called sublimation, which involves a compound skipping the liquid stage and going straight from solid to gas. This occurs well before the boiling point with the best example I can give being spring snow. Basically the hot sun hits the snow & before it has a chance to melt, it evaporates. The same thing is happening when we vaporize, we aren't using liquid THC, we are essentially taking it straight from solid to gas. It would be great if the FC community could help to research the sublimation temperatures of our favorite cannabinoids. I think this would give us the ideal temperature settings to use on our vaporizers.