OG Kush CBD Vape Pen by Kush CBD Vape
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The OG Kush CBD Vape Pen from Kush CBD Vape is a new disposable vaporizer pen pre-filled with a cannabidiol (CBD) infused vape liquid for calming, therapeutic effects.
Kush CBD Vape are an emerging US company producing 500ml vaporizer pens in a range of flavours derived from the terpenes of real cannabis plants .
Using the very clean and highly efficient CO2 extraction method, Kush CBD Vape are able to infuse a conventional 30% vegetable glycerine (VG) 70% propylene glycol (PG) e-liquid with the real flavours of your favourite cannabis strains. The full range includes Super Lemon Haze, Blue Dream, Strawberry Banana and this authentic OG Kush variety.
Added to the mixture is 200mg of premium quality CBD oil , producing a 100% legal vapable e-liquid which tastes like kushy spiced cannabis and has a soothing, relaxing effect. It is widely suggested that CBD can be helpful against symptoms of anxiety and other disorders as well as being effective with pain relief.
The vape pens contain no THC or any illegal cannabinoids , and vaping this product will not get you ‘high’ or cause any psychoactive effects.
With typical use, each Kush CBD Vape pen will give around 200 decent puffs which works out at around 1mg of CBD per puff . The vape pens are compact and discreet, resembling a regular e-cigarette. Ideal for use at home or on the go, the Kush CBD Vape is available now from PureSativa.The OG Kush CBD Vape Pen from Kush CBD Vape is a new disposable vaporizer pen pre-filled with a cannabidiol (CBD) infused vape liquid for calming, therapeutic effects. Kush CBD Vape are an emerging US company producing 500ml vaporizer pens in a range of
The 12 Best Weed Vaporizers to Buy in 2020
Give up the smoke with a vape that’s packing some serious (but subtle) tech.
Vaping weed doesn’t reek. There’s no smoke to tear up your throat. And unless you make a spectacle of it, dubbing yourself that guy, it’s subtle. Those who vape their cannabis often do so because the dosage is easier to control—chalk that up to the wonders of technology—and the effects feel less jolting than more traditional means of getting high. (Although, folks who don’t regularly partake might find vaping to be more intense than smoking, according to one study.) To be fair, you do lose that transformative experience of coughing your esophagus out over a poorly wrapped joint or getting so high off of one rip from a communal bong that the stars fall to Earth and the moon waves hello. Hey, sacrifices must be made.
Vapes make dry herb or concentrate hot enough to activate the THC that sets you sailing, but not so hot the cannabis combusts into smoke, defeating the entire purpose of vaping. To broadly summarize the tech in the least boring way possible, there are two kinds of vape heating systems used to extract high-making chemicals and flavor from cannabis: one that uses conduction heating and one that uses convection heating.
Conduction puts your weed in direct contact with the vape’s heating element—like its coils—often getting you a faster heat time. However, if your product is too close to the heating element for too long, it’ll burn. (Simply shifting it around in the vape’s chamber is an easy fix.) Convection vapes tend to be more finicky and more expensive, but oftentimes are worth it for the vapor alone, especially if you prefer using dry herb. With these, the weed product doesn’t come into direct contact with the heating element. Instead, very hot air from the heating element circulates through the vape with every pull, indirectly vaporizing the product. On one hand, your product won’t combust, and the vapor is more even and flavorful. On the other, convection vapes can take longer to fire up, so patience is a virtue. These days, vapes can stick to one type of heating system or the other, but many market themselves as neither or both.
If you’re here, reading these words, then you’re likely already sold on vaping weed in one of its forms. But we’d be negligent to not quickly run through the science of weed vaping. Going the smoke-free route with a vaporizer is considered “likely less harmful than smoking” marijuana, because smoke itself is bad for your lungs. You know, the whole Joe Camel thing. The CDC has linked lung illness and some deaths to vape products with THC—remember the vape outcry of 2019?—but the big asterisk is that the THC products to blame were for the most part acquired from bootleg, black market sources. The lesson here is don’t be an idiot about where you get your concentrate. And because, annoyingly, marijuana is still illegal under federal law, hard-hitting research about vaping it remains scarce in these early days of legalization.
Speaking of legalization, getting high continues to be something of a political act, not just in terms of fighting for legality, but in terms of fighting for social justice in the cannabis industry. Even as it booms, the industry is rife with inequality, serving the well-funded startups and venture capitalists more than it does the grassroots efforts that made cannabis legit. Buy a real nice vape for yourself, then make the effort to purchase product from dispensaries and companies that fight for incarcerated people locked up for nonviolent drug offenses, invest in the BIPOC communities that are being boxed out of the industry, or fund political initiatives to end the so-called war on drugs, which has long given police an excuse to target people of color.
We know you just want to vape, but vape smartly. Here are a dozen of the best—and best-looking—weed vaporizers you can get right now. Pair one with quality flower or concentrate (or both) and get to it.Here are the best (and best looking) weed vaporizers and marijuana vapes you can buy online right now, and everything you need to know about vaping cannabis before you do. ]]>