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How was the vape oil extracted? Was it tested?
There’s a lot of ways to get cannabis oil. Liquid butane and liquid carbon dioxide are the most popular. Steam distillation and heat-pressing are more exotic. Each has its pros and cons. The main thing experts are looking for is aroma.
Did you take out the terpenes? Did you add them back in? Or did you add non-cannabis terpenes? Did you add any other flavors or additives?
The best carts contain pure, “full-spectrum” cannabis oil with all the plant’s cannabinoids and terpenes intact.
Chemistry, a leading vape cart brand in California, uses steam distillation to capture batch- and strain-specific terpenes. It adds the terpenes back into the mix later in the extraction. The best extracts pull out everything bad—chlorophyll, fats, and waxes—and leaves just the cannabinoids and terpenes. You want full spectrum cannabis oil, not some pure-THC distillate.
“You can’t mess with Mother Nature. She spent millions of years perfectly this bouquet of cannabinoids. To think you can use some artificial terpenes and compound those in a way that completely mimics a strain is not possible,” said Chemistry founder Trevar Mazza.
Vape carts are starting to get more fake flavorings and additives, too. No one knows the long-term health consequences of inhaling random flavorings or fillers like propylene glycol (PG) or polyethelyne glycol (PEG).
“That’s the first thing I would look for,” said Mazza. Chemistry oil contains no additives. “PG and PEG are the worst filling agents.
Vape Pen Vocabulary List
First, some vocabulary. A disposable vape pen consists of:
- a battery base, and
- a cartridge that screws onto it.
The cartridge consists of:
- a tank that holds the oil;
- a wick that delivers the oil to
- an atomizer, where a metal
- coil gets hot and boils the oil into the vapor you inhale.
This interplay of oil and hardware results in a quality experience or lack thereof.