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Vaping 101: A Guide to Concentrates

The Joint Blog

Perhaps the best way to partake in the good kush is vaping — but vaping is daunting for many entrenched joint rollers and bong rippers. The truth is that once you understand the fundamentals of using weed concentrates in vape form, you will never look back.

How Cannabis Concentrate Can Help You

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Concentrates are products derived from the cannabis plant that has been processed to only keep the most desirable compounds (cannabinoids and terpenes), leaving out impurities and excess plant material. Unraveled below are key advantages you can draw from cannabis concentrates.

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It’s Not Easy Being Green

Cannabis Law Report

For example, D’Loraine Miranda announced proud news on February 4, 2020: “ Bare Market, Toronto’s Package-Free Shop, is Finally Open and here’s what you need to know about the incredible new space.” MAKING ART FROM OLD VAPE PEN DISCARDS. Sana Packaging.

Strike Oil: Desire for Cannabis Oil Heats Up

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Cannabis oil is sourced from the same dried buds you are used to for vaping and smoking. In commercially-produced cannabis oils, the concentrations of CBD and THC tend to be well-controlled, which makes it easy to calculate dosage and effect. However cannabis oil may be highly concentrated, so it’s exponentially more potent than dried flower on its own. Is discretion (packaging) important to you?

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Cannabis Sustainability: Scope and Solutions

Cannabis Law Report

Another way cannabis companies are hoping to become more sustainable is through packaging changes. Many legal states might soon adopt QR codes, eliminating some of the excessive plastic required to cram all the mandated information onto each package. Sana Packaging.

Cannabis Education with Canada’s Newcomers

Cannabis Law Report

You could choose to consume chocolate, talk to a friend, or consume cannabis,” joked Ziad, suggesting that the dangers of cannabis were more concentrated in the lack of education and awareness than in perceived ill-effects of consumption. Arundati Dandapani writes for Cannabis Law Report.