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There are tons of THC cartridges to choose from, here are some of this year’s best.

November 21, 2017
Hmbldt has a line of disposable vaporizers designed for medical marijuana patients. Each of their vaporizers come labeled with the precise levels of THC, CBD and more.

Pros: Small, portable and easy to use. Works straight out of the packaging. Just inhale from the mouthpiece side until you feel the device vibrate. That’s a full dose. Every hit is smooth and clean. Use the device until it’s empty, then you can toss it away and replace it.
If you don’t have the time or cash to buy and try them all yourself, we put together a list of the best THC cartridges of 2017.
Until then, here are our recommendations for the best THC cartridges of 2017.
THC cartridges are one of the most convenient and stealthy ways to get high on the go. They’ve been rapidly growing in popularity over the past year. As a result, the market is now saturated with tons of brands to choose from. How is a consumer supposed to decide? You won’t know what you’re getting until you buy it, try it and have it lab tested.
Cons: They’re expensive, and they don’t last long.

Why We Like It: They’re convenient with precise doses for medical patients.

There are tons of THC cartridges to choose from, here are some of this year's best.

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The chamber of a vape cartridge is filled with a THC- or cannabidiol (CBD)-dominant concentrate, and some producers will reintroduce terpenes that had been removed from the distillation process. (Gina Coleman/Weedmaps)

Vape cartridges include a mouthpiece, chamber, and heating element known as an atomizer. The chamber is filled with concentrated amounts of cannabinoids, usually either THC- or CBD-dominant, and terpenes. The atomizer is activated when contact is initiated with the battery, heating up the chamber and vaporizing the cannabis oil.
“Metal concentrations in the e-liquid from the original dispenser increased markedly in the same e-liquid after it was added to the device and was brought into contact with the heating coil, both in the generated aerosol and in the liquid that remained in the tank,” the study stated. “These findings support the hypothesis that metals are transferred from the device (most likely the coil) to the e-liquid and from the e-liquid to the aerosol that is inhaled by the user.”

As lab testing requirements have been bolstered in California, scientists have been able to identify vape cartridges that contain high levels of lead before they reach the legal market. The California Bureau of Cannabis Control implemented Phase 3 testing standards on Jan. 1, 2019, which included analytical testing for heavy metals.
These vapes were identified by the New York State Department of Health as part of 34 cases of severe pulmonary illnesses in the state, among 380 confirmed and probable cases, with six patients dying, throughout the U.S. Health officials are looking into vitamin E acetate and its link to the illnesses. (Photo by New York State Department of Health via Flickr)
A vape pen comprises two primary components: a battery and the vape cartridge. The battery consists of the bottom portion of the vape pen, providing power to the heating element, which vaporizes the cannabis oil contained inside the vape cartridge. Most vape oil producers will tell you which voltage is compatible with the selected cartridge. These devices come in many shapes, sizes, and styles. Some vape pens have a button that activates the vape cartridge, while others are buttonless and only activated once the user takes a draw.
Cutting agents can be added to enhance the intensity of the vapor cloud and overall mouthfeel of the vapors. Common cutting agents that are sometimes infused with cannabis oil and e-cigarette vape juice include:
The most prevalent problem on the illegal vape market are concentrate cartridges that contain high levels of pesticides. When consumed at concentrated levels, inhaled pesticides cause health problems. To ensure that vape cartridges don’t contain hazardous pesticide level, it’s important to purchase from reputable brands that disclose third-party test results and include screening for pesticides.

There is a steadily rising number of cannabis oil producers that insist on not adding any cutting agents to their product. If you’re concerned about the potential harm of these cutting agents, seek out raw products that only contain cannabis distillate and cannabis-derived terpenes.

Update: Here’s How to Tell if Your Vape Cartridge is Safe and Not Counterfeit This article was originally published on Weedmaps News in May 2019 before it was updated on August 26,