An introduction to vape pens

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Concentrates aren’t legal until October of 2019 however they’re huge in the U.S and worth mentioning so those of you who are unfamiliar can learn about concentrates.

Concentrates are essentially extracts with highly concentrated THC and CBD that comes in many forms.  You may have heard of concentrates being referred to as wax, budder, shatter, rosin and oil. The cannabinoids are extracted using solvents, the most common being butane and CO2. What I want to introduce you to is concentrate pens.

Vape pens, the future of cannabis

Very soon I expect to see chic Kitsilano women pulling their sleek vape pens out of their handbags for lunch with the girls. Vape pens use a concentrated oil that you can get in various strengths and even in CBD only. CBD pens are perfect for those tough days with the kids or at work, when you want to feel relaxed but not feel intoxicated. Vape pens are a great way to microdose and they don’t have much of an odor. They also don’t require heating up, you simply pull it out of your bag, take a hit and that’s it, easy and convenient.

Don’t buy disposable pens

Besides being bad for the environment, they’re a waste of money. The batteries often die before you get a chance to finish the cartridge, you need a strong battery to get a good draw and disposable vape pens are often made with small, weak batteries that don’t last. Rechargeables are the way to go, all you have to do is replace the cartridge when you’re finished.

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