THC CARTRIDGE

A BRIEF HISTORY ON THC CARTRIDGE AND VAPES

As the world now knows, a multi-billion dollar marketplace exists for illicit THC vaping devices and cartridge. Millions of street consumers use them, and unlike vape carts purchased in state-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries and cannabis stores, illicit products lack regulation and mandatory testing for potency or purity. Recent reports have estimated that America’s legal, regulated cannabis industry accounts for only 22% of the nation’s $52 billion in cannabis purchases. The other 78% of the thc cartridge market remains untested and out of control.

Until this year, the health effects of street-purchased vape thc cartridge went largely unnoticed. It’s not clear whether that’s because doctors didn’t spot earlier vape-related lung irregularities, or if something dramatically changed in the vaped oil itself in the past few months.

How To Spot A Fake THC Vape Cartridge

It’s been all over the news, making headlines as a growing number of individuals have experienced illness and even death as a result of the thc cartridge that are designed to look legitimate, but are actually fake.

These contaminated cartridges are generally bought online and sold for much cheaper than authentic THC cartridges. In order to keep yourself safe from faulty cartridge, make sure that you know what to look out for when buying your next cart.

By understanding how to differentiate a real thc cartridge from a contaminated one it might just save your or your loved one’s life.

How to Avoid Buying Fake Vape Cartridges

The very first thing you must do is ensure that you are buying a dispensary tested product. Licensed, legal dispensaries have reputations to uphold, so they only deal with trusted suppliers.

Secondly, your thc cartridge is possibly fake if the packaging displays the THC content. Legitimate brands place this information on separate stickers for the most part. At the very least, the packaging is fake which makes it very likely that the oil is too. Check for spelling and grammatical mistakes as well.

Thirdly, turn your cartridge upside down. If the liquid moves very quickly, it is probably a fake. This is also the case if there is a bubble that moves to the top when you turn the cartridge upside down. In genuine cartridge, the bubble will remain still.

Fourthly, if the vape cartridge seems incredibly cheap and too good to be true, it absolutely is! Real concentrate is expensive. Finally, if there is no information about the alleged ‘brand,’ don’t risk your health seeking a cheap high.

For the record, smoking fake vape thc cartridge could make you severely ill. Symptoms of mild or acute poisoning include weakness, dizziness, fatigue, headaches, loss of appetite, diarrhea, and joint soreness among other things.

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