One common misconception concerning the administration of medicinal cannabis through inhalation is that it utilizes a flame. This should actually be avoided because combustion unnecessarily introduces harmful toxins. Further, not only is combustion dangerous, it is unnecessary because a flame burns at a significantly higher temperature than the boiling point of active molecules in cannabis. Instead, for patients who will be utilizing inhalation as a treatment option, Dr. Caplan recommends vaporization. Vaporizing is the process of heating cannabis to a temperature where cannabinoids evaporate but not to the point where plant matter burns. This results in a vapor that doesn’t contain the carbon-monoxide, tar, and other harmful toxins. With experience, patients utilizing vaporization can easily titrate what dosage they are receiving.