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VapeNTerps 500MG Super Lemon Haze Vape Cartridge

VapeNTerps 500MG Super Lemon Haze Vape Cartridge


 
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Using 500mg Super Lemon Haze CBD vape cartridge is one of the most popular CBD intake methods. Vaping CBD has grown in popularity due to the many benefits this form of CBD provides.

  • Full Ceramic Tank
  • 1.0ml thick oil
  • Cartridge Ceramic Coil
  • Drip Tip Atomizer Cartridge
  • O Pen CE3 Vapor
  • Fit Bud
  • Touch Battery

Top Three Things To Love about Using 500mg Super Lemon Haze CBD Vape Cartridge:

  • Easy to transport
  • Interchangeable — and lots of terpene strains to choose from!
  • Highest level of bioavailability

TYPE: Hybrid

SUPER LEMON HAZE – THE WAY YOU LIKE IT

Super Lemon Haze is a hybrid of Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze. The zesty lemon flavor is both tart and sweet. People report feeling happy, energetic, uplifted, and creative.

FRAGRANCE: Lemon, citrus

EFFECTS: Happy, uplifting, creative, soaring and energetic

Although the list of health-beneficial components of Cannabis is quite extensive, for decades its name was primarily associated to the psychotropic effects of the THC or Tetrahydrocannabinol. However in recent years, another Cannabis active ingredient took over the spotlight completely: Cannabidiol, or the CBD.

Numerous scientific researches that shared a light upon compelling therapeutic properties of CBD brought about the demand to create Cannabis Strains rich in CBD and low levels, or completely lacking the THC component. Thus a premium natural source of health was created, and the one that would not get you all hooped up along the way.

This purposely cultivated, organic product made of carefully selected specific Cannabis Strain profiles deliver tangible results in fighting number of medical problems such as inflammation processes, insomnia, help treat depression and anxiety while improving the bodily motoric functions and enhance mood, the list is long.

Our naturally grown, premium products do not contain added substances like Vegetable Glycerin (VG), Propylene Glycol (PG) or MCT, and are legal in all 50 states (containing no THC), and are tested at third party labs.
TERP: caryophyllene

CARYOPHYLLENE

Studies suggest that caryophyllene may help treat anxiety and depression.

Flavor / Aroma – Hoppy. Cannabis and hops are basically cousins.

What are terps and why do they make a difference?

Over 100 different terpenes have been identified in the cannabis plant, and every strain produces a unique terpene type and composition. The most fascinating characteristic of the family known as Terpene is their ability to interact synergistically with other compounds like cannabinoids, specifically cannabadiol – CBD.

Terpenes are fragrant essential oils secreted in differing concentrations in different cannabis strains alongside cannabinoids like CBD and THC. CBD and THC bind to cannabinoid receptors concentrated heavily in the body (CB2) and brain (CB1) respectively where non-psychoactive and psychoactive effects are produced.

Some terpenes also bind to these receptor sites and affect their chemical
output. Others can modify how much of each compound CBD and THC
passes through the blood-brain barrier. Their hand of influence is called the “entourage effect” and even reaches to neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin by altering their rate of production and destruction, their movement, and availability of receptors.

The effects these mechanisms produce vary from terpene to terpene; some are especially successful in relieving stress, while others promote focus and acuity.

TERP: humulene

HUMULENE

Humulene an isomer of beta-caryophyllene and was first found in the essential oils of Humulus lupulus (hops), from which it was named. It is also a primary constituent in beer making.

Flavor / Aroma – “hoppy”

What are terps and why do they make a difference?

By now we know that the diverse palate of cannabis flavors is impressive enough, and the names are really cool, but arguably the most fascinating characteristic of terpenes is their ability to interact with other compounds in the plant, like cannabinoids, and for our purpose here we are talking CBD!

Over 100 different terpenes have been identified in the cannabis plant, and every strain produces a unique terpene type and composition. The most fascinating characteristic of the family known as Terpene is their ability to interact synergistically with other compounds like cannabinoids, specifically cannabadiol – CBD.

Terpenes are fragrant essential oils secreted in differing concentrations in different cannabis strains alongside cannabinoids like CBD and THC. CBD and THC bind to cannabinoid receptors concentrated heavily in the body (CB2) and brain (CB1) respectively where non-psychoactive and psychoactive effects are produced.

Some terpenes also bind to these receptor sites and affect their chemical
output. Others can modify how much of each compound CBD and THC
passes through the blood-brain barrier. Their hand of influence is called the “entourage effect” and even reaches to neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin by altering their rate of production and destruction, their movement, and availability of receptors.

The effects these mechanisms produce vary from terpene to terpene; some are especially successful in relieving stress, while others promote focus and acuity.

TERP: ocimene

OCIMENE

Ocimene is a monoterpene with a fruity, floral, some say wet cloth smell. Ocimene has exhibited anti-inflammatory effects in white blood cell through a variety of pathways. Antifungal effects are also seen with the human specific Candida species.

Aroma: Citrus, Green, Tropical, Woody

What are terps and why do they make a difference?

By now we know that the diverse palate of cannabis flavors is impressive enough, and the names are really cool, but arguably the most fascinating characteristic of terpenes is their ability to interact with other compounds in the plant, like cannabinoids, and for our purpose here we are talking CBD!

Over 100 different terpenes have been identified in the cannabis plant, and every strain produces a unique terpene type and composition. The most fascinating characteristic of the family known as Terpene is their ability to interact synergistically with other compounds like cannabinoids, specifically cannabadiol – CBD.

Terpenes are fragrant essential oils secreted in differing concentrations in different cannabis strains alongside cannabinoids like CBD and THC. CBD and THC bind to cannabinoid receptors concentrated heavily in the body (CB2) and brain (CB1) respectively where non-psychoactive and psychoactive effects are produced.

Some terpenes also bind to these receptor sites and affect their chemical
output. Others can modify how much of each compound CBD and THC
passes through the blood-brain barrier. Their hand of influence is called the “entourage effect” and even reaches to neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin by altering their rate of production and destruction, their movement, and availability of receptors.

The effects these mechanisms produce vary from terpene to terpene; some are especially successful in relieving stress, while others promote focus and acuity.

TERP: terpineol

TERPINEOL

Studies suggest cannabis-extracted terpineol contains antioxidant properties.

Flavor / Aroma – Pine, clove.

What are terps and why do they make a difference?

Over 100 different terpenes have been identified in the cannabis plant, and every strain produces a unique terpene type and composition. The most fascinating characteristic of the family known as Terpene is their ability to interact synergistically with other compounds like cannabinoids, specifically cannabadiol – CBD.

Terpenes are fragrant essential oils secreted in differing concentrations in different cannabis strains alongside cannabinoids like CBD and THC. CBD and THC bind to cannabinoid receptors concentrated heavily in the body (CB2) and brain (CB1) respectively where non-psychoactive and psychoactive effects are produced.

Some terpenes also bind to these receptor sites and affect their chemical
output. Others can modify how much of each compound CBD and THC
passes through the blood-brain barrier. Their hand of influence is called the “entourage effect” and even reaches to neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin by altering their rate of production and destruction, their movement, and availability of receptors.

The effects these mechanisms produce vary from terpene to terpene; some are especially successful in relieving stress, while others promote focus and acuity.

DISCLAIMER

The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires this disclaimer. We collected this information from various sources for the convenience of our customers. The Food and Drug Administration did not evaluate the statements regarding these products. FDA research did not confirm the efficacy of these products yet. These products are not to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information we present here is not a substitute for information from health care practitioners. It is also not an alternative to information from health care practitioners. Before using any product, you should consult your doctor and ask about the risk of interactions or complications.



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