Vape Cartridges

Authencity of “HASH” oil  AND THC vaPE cartridges is a concern gLOBALLY

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Vape GirlLet me show you why THC vape cartridges are the way of the future of getting stoned.  Hash oil is not made from marijuana flowers but the already extracted THC crystals. Another form of hashish called “charas” is also a cannabis derivative but instead of separating the THC crystals from the flowers, “charas” is rubbed directly from the flowering marijuana plants at all stages of budding creating another unique product; unfortunately “charas” cannot be vaporized in a vape pen. The only way I could imagine you making charas oil is to use the same process as making HQH “High-Quality Hash; the downside is that all the other stuff like pollen, dust, epithelial, and so much more are not smoked. I’m pretty sure smoking the shit off the hand’s dirty man or woman gets you a special flavor and taste.

The main reason for not being to supply hash oil in the first place is for the insatiable demand for the high quality consumable. With most manufacturers of cannabis flowers into other products is much more profitable and most of the work is done by a mechanical process where making HQH is comparable to those in the Swiss Alps making the finest cheeses on our little planet we call earth. Would you believe that many in the cannabis industry have become very lazy and looking for the easiest way to get some ranking on Google and trade nickels for dollars with the public of Canada?

Vape Pen Hash Oil Cartridge

Hash oil cartridges have been the most requested item from my online shop. From my experience, it does not exist in a 100% legit cartridge. No one is using real hash oil. If you are unsure of how hash oil is made the next paragraph explains it.

The Process Of Making Hash Oil

Making hash oil is pretty much the same as making any other canna-oils. The main and most important difference is that before making the oil you need to remove the THC crystals from the plant matter. You start making hash oil with 100% THC and throw away the cannabis leaf-flower matter or you can keep it to make weed oil; two products from one plant. The wonderful thing about prefilled hash oil cartridges for sale is that you don’t get any chemicals or leftover residues from the plant, its just raw THC filled crystals. The next stage is to use a solvent to extract the THC out of its little condom. Once you have the slurry of THC crystals dissolved in your solution you need to filter the bitter THC casings from the actual oil. Once all the solvent is removed you have real hash oil, not marihuana oil labeled hash oil to make it sell faster.

Where Do Vape Cartridges Come From And What Makes Them Different?

Vape cartridges come in many shapes, sizes, and an assortment of metals, plastics, and alloys. The manufacturers of the cartridges primarily deliver the product from China and you can end up with a piece of shit pretty easy if you don’t watch your self. One thing to think about is if you want to have plastics used in your combustible vape pen? The cheap cartridges are mainly used by the low-end distributors who are only going for volume and not quality. The best vape cartridges weather having hash oil in them or any other type of oil are made from three materials. If your vape cartridges don’t contain stainless steel, quartz glass, and a ceramic burner; then you have a low-end vape cartridge. Some high-end Vape cartridges may have PETE plastic gaskets to hold in the hash oil if its viscosity makes the cartridge leak. Hash oil with high viscosity is made more viscus by adding food-grade glycerine better known to you as cutting the end product.

What Vape Cartridges Are Made From


Plastic typically ends up in the mouthpiece or air path of the vape pen. This can be very dangerous, depending on the manufacturer and the type of plastic they are using. Unfortunately, profit trumps quality on most occasions. There are many types of plastic that are just plain hazardous when heated. For instance, Vinyl whip tubing is made of PVC. Even though it is advertised as food grade, it is one of the most toxic plastics and contains DEHP which has adverse effects on the reproductive system.

  • Hazardous when heated
  • Even food grade PVC is toxic
  • Plastic softener, DEHP, has adverse effects on the reproductive system
  • Give off gas when heated to their glass transition temperature

For the most part, glass is the most inert material used in vaporizer pens but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t harmful. Vape pens that use cheap glass sometimes have plastic incorporated to widen the profit margin. Then of course, you run the risk of cracking and shattering. Sometimes people will wrap some type of tape around it and continue to smoke it rather than purchasing another. If you glass pen is cracked or shattered, you run the risk of inhaling small shards of glass into your lungs. If you’ve taped it, then you are just adding to the dangerous toxins you are inhaling as the tape melts. Lithium ion batteries are unstable and could cause your glass vape pen to explode near the face putting eyes at risk.

  • Sometimes have plastic incorporated
  • Run the risk of inhaling small glass shards
  • May inhale more dangerous toxins if it is taped
  • Has the potential to explode near the face and eyes

Ceramic coils are popular in vape pens because they typically last longer and provide a smoother hit. However, this can come at a huge cost to the user. Ceramic coils may all look smooth and uniform, but under a microscope, they are glass-like and imperfect. The glass-like particles can chip off and be inhaled causing massive damage to the lungs and trachea. Ceramic is also made of raw materials like silica and ceramic powders. Every time they are heated and introduced to liquid, a portion of those are inhaled as well. Continued use can cause lung damage, cancer, and even death.

  • Glass-like particles chip off and are inhaled
  • Ceramic powders are inhaled
  • Can cause damage to the lungs and trachea
  • Can cause cancer and lead to death

Most vape pens use two coiled quartz rods. Some use more and the more rods, the higher the maximum temperature. Quartz coils heat to a very high temperature very quickly and get hotter than other coils. They can crack from overheating leaving small shards of quartz to be inhaled. This produces a harder, harsher hit which does more damage to your lungs and trachea. Because of the higher temperature, they also run a greater risk of causing the unstable battery to explode.

  • Coils can crack leaving small shards of quartz to be inhaled
  • Gets hotter and can cause lithium-ion battery to explode
  • Produces a harsher hit which does more lung and trachea damage
  • May have more than two coils for extremely high temperature

Titanium alloys are the most common type of vape pen coil. The problem with this is that extensive testing is unavailable and there is no telling what’s in the alloys. However, researchers are finding that these metal coils have a leaking effect when consistently heated and exposed to liquid. Inhaling these metals can be toxic, and studies show that the metals do end up in the vapors. Long-term exposure to inhaling these metals are linked to lung, liver and immune system damage as well as cardiovascular and brain damage. It can also cause various types of cancers.

  • Alloys leak into vapors
  • Causes lung, liver and immune system damage
  • Causes cardiovascular and brain damage
  • Linked to multiple types of cancers
Steel / Metals

Ordinary steel is made of iron and carbon. It is susceptible to all the elements, especially heat. As you learned above, metals tend to leak when they are consistently heated and inhaling their vapors is toxic. Additionally, stainless-steel combines the elements of ordinary steel with hexavalent chromium and sometimes other metals such as nickel. Steadily heating and inhaling these materials can cause various tumors and cancers as well as lung, liver and cardiovascular damage.

  • Metals have a leaking effect when consistently heated
  • Can cause various tumors and cancers
  • Causes lung, liver, and cardiovascular damage
  • Stainless-steel contains hexavalent chromium

What type of power source is going to give you the vaping experience?

Having a powerful unit with a large battery is definitely very important. Variable adjustment for wattage is very helpful in getting the right amount of power delivered for each user preference on the burn rate of your vape cartridge. The quality of the vape cartridges varies depending on where they’re constructed. Being able to adjust the power smoothly to accommodate all cartridge qualities both for THC / Hash Oil and flavored / nicotine vape cartridges. If you hadn’t noticed, the fitting that screws or attaches the power unit to the vape cartridge should be universal. Meaning, if you already have a vaping power unit, it should work with our vape cartridges.

What’s added to vape cartridges? What’s Vape Juice?

The main ingredient added to make the vape oil viscus enough to melt into the vape cartridge walls is food grade glycerin. The same glycerin is what makes nicotine or flavored vape cartridges work. The chemicals included into vape cartridges include Artificial Color, Artificial Flavor, Nicotine, Polyethylene glycol, Propylene glycol, Vegetable glycerin, and possibly more not listed.  If you have not yet looked into the ingredients of your vape cartridges, look at the list below.  All this shit can be what you are smoking unless all ingredients are listed as if it was a food item.  The only thing you need to vape hash oil or any THC oil  cartridge is Vegetable Glycerin (VG).

Do You Really Know What's In Your Vape Cartridges?

Red Food Dye #4

Red food dye #4 is commonly known as cochineal extract or carmine. Since this substance is derived from insects, the Center for Science in the Public Interest found that red food dye #4 causes severe allergic reaction and anaphylactic shock in many people. Because of the increasing number of allergic reactions, a synthetic counterpart derived from plants has replaced its used in many products. The government lists this product as an inhalation hazard which causes wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath and burning in the mouth or throat. This material is poisonous and highly combustible. It contaminates all surfaces it comes in contact with.

  • Causes convulsions, allergic reactions and anaphylactic shock
  • Cause wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath and burning in the mouth or throat
  • Poisonous and highly combustible
    Red Food Dye Bugs (GROSS!)
  • Contaminates surfaces it comes in contact with


Artificial Flavour

Artificial flavorings are popular in vape pens. People love flavoring their vapes with cinnamon, vanilla or even popcorn for a special taste in every puff. The problem is that these artificial flavorings are dangerous. Many flavors contain diethylene glycol, a toxic substance found in antifreeze, along with many other toxic chemicals. These chemicals kill cells and cause oxidative stress in the ones it leaves behind so they don’t function properly. Long term use also causes inflammation and tissue damage. Studies found that combining multiple flavorings poses a higher risk and causes significantly more damage. These substances contain irritants, genotoxins and known carcinogens. Evidence suggests that adjusting the heating element in the vape pen converts the propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin to formaldehyde and acetaldehyde.

  • Contain toxic substances, including diethylene glycol
  • Causes inflammation and tissue damage
  • Kills cells and causes oxidative stress
  • Combining multiple flavors poses a greater risk

Nicotine delivers negative health effects, regardless of the delivery method. However, the concentrated forms found in vape pens and e-cigarettes are highly toxic, and doctors are seeing an increasing number of overdoses in young people. It is also a stimulant that affects your heart and oxygen delivery through the blood vessels. Regularly vaping nicotine actually doubles your risk of heart attack. Controlled studies also show that routine vaping can stiffen the heart muscle and blood vessels, increasing the long-term risk of heart disease. Nicotine vapors contain some of the same metals as conventional cigarettes in addition to other dangerous substances like arsenic and chromium.

  • Doubles risk of heart attack
  • Stiffens heart muscle increasing risk of heart disease
  • Concentrated forms of nicotine are highly toxic
  • Contains arsenic, chromium and metals found in conventional cigarettes
Polyethylene Glycol (PEG)

Polyethylene Glycol is a compound that has many uses. Depending on its molecular weight at the time, it is used as an industrial surfactant, as a laxative, in ointments and cosmetics. Overheating this compound can cause an explosion when certain elements or contaminations are introduced. Polyethylene Glycol is a toxic ingredient found in antifreeze and it actually produces the lethal compound ethylene glycol when processed. Additionally, as stated above, it converts to formaldehyde at the right temperature. This chemical compound that people are vaping is often used as a binder in technical ceramics.

  • Often used as industrial surfactant and laxative
  • Overheating can cause explosion when certain contaminants are present
  • Toxic ingredient found in antifreeze
  • Converts to formaldehyde at the right temperature
Propylene Glycol (PG)

Propylene Glycol is technically an alcohol that has many different uses. It is a solvent that attracts water and is used in everything form cosmetics to antifreeze. However, that doesn’t make it safe to inhale at concentrated levels. Some tests were performed on rats by exposing them to limited amounts of propylene glycol vapor and it made their noses bleed. A subsequent short-term study on human volunteers showed that exposure to propylene glycol vape caused irritation in the upper airways, coughing and a decrease in the measure of airway obstruction. The most notable effect is inflammation and cell death or toxicity, but PG also converts to formaldehyde at a higher temperature.

  • Used in antifreeze
  • Causes airway irritation and obstruction
  • Causes inflammation and cell toxicity
  • Converts to formaldehyde at higher temperature
Vegetable Glycerin (VG)

Many vapes on the market are vegetable glycerin based. Vegetable glycerin has a chemical profile similar to propylene glycol and has many industrial applications as well. It is commonly used as a sugar substitute, so it sweetens the flavor of the vape. People commonly report sore throat, dry mouth and increased thirst. However, most of the vegetables used to make the glycerin contain GMOs that can be hazardous to your health. Many vegetable compounds contain sulphides which cause breathing problems, nausea and diarrhea. Inhaling or vaping them can cause irritation in the respiratory system and gastrointestinal tract, making you more susceptible to respiratory tract infections and gastroenteritis.

  • Chemical profile similar to propylene glycol
  • Made with vegetables that contain GMOs
  • Can irritate the respiratory system and cause respiratory tract infections
  • Can cause sore throat, nausea, diarrhea, and breathing problems
Coconut Oil (MCT Oil)

Vaping any type of oil is dangerous and unhealthy. Oil doesn’t dissolve in the lungs and bronchial tubes. Instead, it tends to muck things up and can cause lipoid pneumonia which is just plain dangerous. Coconut oil has many positive uses, but vaping isn’t one of them. Refined coconut oil produces medium chain triglycerides, also known as MCT. MCT is a solvent that people have been experimenting with but there is no positive in these either. In the food industry, MCT oil is not intended for cooking because of its low smoking point. It requires a very high temperature to vaporize and then it breaks down into known carcinogens.

  • Linked to causing lipoid pneumonia
  • MCT is a solvent not meant for ingestion
  • Requires a very high temperature to vaporize
  • Breaks down into known carcinogens

Although vape pens have gained popularity in the last decade, they haven’t become any safer. Long term studies are needed to further evaluate all the dangerous side effects produced from vaping with chemicals and additives. In addition to all the emerging health risks that are sending masses of people to the emergency room, the lithium ion batteries in vape pens have the potential to explode. Even a small explosion in the facial area can have serious ramifications. The best vape pen is the one you don’t have.

How Can I Make My Own Vape Cartridges?

You can easily make your own vape cartridges if you are like those of you who enjoy making your own wine, and drinking milk directly from the cow. The only negative is getting all the different conponents that go into making the cartridges some of which are listed above. All conponents including the oil and other ingredients will have to be ordered and come in bulk form so unless you are making a whack of them its pretty much equivelent to making your own noodles at home. Yeah the process and ingredients are simple, but what a mess, and setup / cleanup takes so long you would really have to be a vape nerd to make your own. If you have the time and extra money its definetly something fun to experiment with.

One thought on “THC And Hash Oil Vape Cartridges (HOW WE DO IT? – PRODUCTION VIDEO INCLUDED)

  1. Eleanore Dycus says:

    Hello guys!

    I have just opened my own vape company and we are basically making our own e-juice and reselling other juices to vape shops.

    I thought that the best way to promote my vape company and get new clients would be through the vape company e-mail list from The Eliquid Boutique UK. I heard from many vape company owners that the vape company email list has helped them to take their business to the next level.

    I wanted to ask you whether you have personally used that vape company email list and whether you would recommend it?

    I just need some confirmation before I get it.

    Thanks for your time!

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