We understand that it can be challenging to sift through the overwhelming amount of cannabis products, brands, and information currently on the market.
Our mission is to connect cannabis consumers and medical patients to the right vape products that suit their lifestyles. We uncover the best cannabis vape products on the market through honest product reviews and point to the delivery services, dispensaries, and locations where quality products are available.
Cannabis Vape Reviews is based out of Southern California.
Who We Are
We are a small team of experienced cannabis industry professionals. We keep our finger on the pulse of the latest and greatest cannabis products and brands on the market.
Based out of Southern California, we work with many reputable, local and national medical cannabis collectives, delivery services, and vaporizer manufacturers.
Because we are in a privileged position with access to a wide range of cannabis products, our goal is to share our expert knowledge and experience from within the cannabis industry. We take great pride in helping to connect people to products that enhance the quality of their lives.
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Fortunately, many cannabis retailers and dispensaries are moving online. There’s plenty of options through delivery networks and marketplaces that allow you to place orders online and receive same day, in-person delivery.
If you’re in California, these are the most popular marketplaces for delivery:
Order with GreenRush for $20 off
Get $20 off your 1st order with EAZE Delivery
Order Delivery with Nugg
If you’re in Canada, there’s mail delivery services available like Herb Approach.
Herb Approach Canada Delivery
For discounts and a list of all the services we recommend, check out the Cannabis Resources section.
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QWhere can I buy CBD online?
Any CBD products that use CBD extracted from hemp do not contain THC and will not get you high. However, you can still benefit from the effects of the CBD. There’s many retailers that sell 100% legal hemp-based CBD products online and will ship directly to you. Check our list of online CBD retailers.
QWhat is cannabis oil?
Medical Marijuana contains many active ingredients (cannabinoids like CBD and THC) that are extracted from the plant and concentrated into cannabis oil. In liquefied form, cannabis oil is easily vaporized and inhaled. Vaping cannabis oil is often considered a healthier alternative to smoking as it allows you to enjoy the benefits of MMJ while avoiding harmful smoke that’s produced with combustion (no burning plant material).
High quality cannabis oils tend to be thick and clear, containing pure THC oil (70%+ THC). Mid-grade cannabis oils are often blended with natural additives like coconut oil. Lower quality cannabis oils contain low concentrations of THC and can contain additives such as propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin and other possibly harmful solvents.
QHow do vaporizer pens work?
Every vape pen contains a heating element which heats up the cannabis oil, reaching the temperature right before the point of combustion, causing the oil to vaporize. A typical vape pen consists of a battery/atomizer that attaches to a vape cartridge that’s filled with oil or other concentrates. Most consumer level vape pens use a conduction heating element, while many high end vaporizers use temperature-controlled, convection heating (like the Dry Herb+ vaporizer).
QWhat is the right vaporizer for me?
Vaporizers are available in a wide variety of sizes and features. If you’re always on the go and looking for something discreet and portable, a pre-filled and pre-charged disposable vape is the way to go. Another great alternative is to use a standard vape pen (similar to an e-cig) which is fairly inexpensive and pairs with pre-filled vape cartridges.
Other vape pens are designed to vape dry herb (dry MMJ flowers) while combo vape pens can use both flowers and other cannabis oil concentrates such as wax and shatter.
If you consume large amounts of cannabis, you may be interested in a larger, stationary desktop vaporizer like a Volcano vaporizer.
QWhat size cartridges fit my vape pen?
Standard vape pens are compatible with vape cartridges that use the small, universal 510 threading. Most vape oil cartridge brands (Bhang, Jetty, and Spliffin to name a few) use the small threading which is found on the outside of a 510 size cartridge while other brands use larger-sized threading which is found on the inside of the cartridge.
QWhat is CO2 oil?
CO2 extraction is an increasingly popular concentrate extraction method in the medical cannabis industry. Extracting cannabis oil by CO2 involves an industrial “supercritical” machine which pushes carbon dioxide through raw flower materials at high temperatures and pressures to separate the oils and cannabinoids from the plant. These compounds are then concentrated into a vaporizable oil rich in cannabinoids.
QHelp! My vape cartridge is not working. How do I fix it?
Follow these troubleshooting steps:
1. Try the cartridge with a fully charged battery. 2. Try the cartridge with multiple batteries to rule out the battery as the issue. 3. Poke a paper clip through the opening of the mouthpiece to ensure a clear airway. 4. Remove the mouthpiece tip to check the plunger is not dislodged. 5. Try adjusting how tight the cartridge is screwed into the battery. There may be a disconnect between the battery and atomizer. 6. Check if the cartridge has leaked oil into battery. Clean off any oil to ensure a good connection. 7. Check that the connection on the bottom of the cartridge sits flush with the edge. You can use a pin to pull the connector out if it is pushed in too deep. 8. Be sure to follow any special preparation instructions that your vape may require. For example, Pure Vape cartridges require removing the mouthpiece and screwing down an unlocking mechanism before use. 9. Try pre-heating the cartridge by running under warm water or blow drying for a minute or so. Do not fully submerge under water. 10. If all else fails, reach out to the retailer where you purchased the vape or the manufacturer directly to see if they accept returns/exchanges for defective vapes. Most reputable brands will honor exchanges or refunds.