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CBD Vape Pen (Banana Kush)
300mg CBD Banana Kush Vape Pen
Looking for the best CBD prefilled cartridge? You’ve come to the right place! We have high quality CBD vape oil for sale. If you’re wondering why you see so many people these days with a CBD oil vape, just know that there’s good reason for it. We’ll explain all you need to know about using a CBD cartridge including our Banana Kush vape variety.
All About the CBD Oil Vape
Cannabidiol (or CBD for short) is a simplified form of cannabis. It is ideal for medicinal purposes, as it doesn’t impose psycho active effects on the consumer. It relaxes and soothes you down without making you feel ‘high’ or ‘stoned’.
Vaping or ‘dabbing’ is the process for consuming CBD through a cigarette-like vape pen. Studies prove that vaping is at least 95% safer than smoking! It combines portability and vapor into one easy device. Brighten up your day with a CBD cartridge, which contains the maximum amount of CBD without any artificial flavors. It is convenient for all your CBD needs. Plus, you can use it any time.
Our CBD oil vape comes ready to use. There’s no need to charge it, and it’s good for up to 50 to 100 puffs.
THIS PRODUCT IS FOR CUSTOMERS 18 OR OLDER ONLY. You should do your own research and see if vaping CBD oil may be able to help your condition. Consult your physician if you have a medical condition or are taking any medications before using a CBD cartridge.
- Disposable 300 mg BANANA KUSH vape (battery and vape cartridge come with this device)
- Pre filled with 300 mg CBD derived from organic industrial Colorado grown hemp — that’s what makes it the best CBD prefilled cartridge!
BANANA KUSH vape terpenes
- Approx 50-100 puffs
- Using a CBD cartridge allows you to relax easily and discreetly
- Made in USA!
- LEGAL IN ALL 50 STATES!
- If you’re looking for the best CBD prefilled BANANA KUSH vape pen out there, you’ve found it!
Cannabis Indica, adapted to the harsher climate conditions has shorter flowering conditions, grows bushy, with broader leafs than Sativa. As more abundant in mass it is more convenient for industrial and indoor cultivation.
Cannabis originated in Asia, where it was subject to early domestication by the ancient nomadic tribes. They used it for fiber, but also as food. Opening of trade waterways lead to its spreading into other parts of the world. At the time, it was thought that only one sort of Cannabis exists.
Cannabis Indica strains such as Blue Cheese, or Granddaddy Purple will disperse anxiety, deliver calmness and body relaxation. Other, well known I. strains like Banana Kush, Tahoe OG, or Indica Bland produce feeling of serenity, bodily bliss and relaxation, with more accented introspection and self reflection focus.
The difference between Cannabis Indica and Sativa plant origin, morphology and general effects are factual, but still they are mainly useful for breeders and farmers. Therefore they should be taken as background information, not a strict distinction. Moreover, most of the plants today are a mixture of the two sorts and it is very difficult to locate pure Indica or Sativa strains.
This is why, above mentioned Sativa vs Indica active/passive, extrovert/introvert – dichotomy should not be taken in absolute terms.
By mixing two main sorts of cannabis numerous hybrid strains have been created. This was done to get more balanced and precise effects of the plants for the consumers, but also to better the farming efficiency.
For this reason, knowing exactly what you want from your weed means a lot, as most of the strains in the market today are hybrids. Many of the commercial hybrids are marked as Indica or Sativa dominated, indicating that they carry the majority characteristics of dominant sort and less of the secondary one.
STRAIN: BANANA KUSH
Banana Kush - Walk into a Tropical Dream
This sweet, tropical indica-dominant blend gives a relaxed, uplifted, creative focus. Banana Kush crosses Skunk Haze and Ghost OG.The fresh banana taste will help increase happiness, better sleep, creativity, talkativeness, and calm attention.
FRAGRANCE: Sweet, fruity, pungent, tropical
EFFECT: Relaxed, care-free, uplifted, 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.
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.
What are terpenes 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.
Studies suggest that caryophyllene may help treat anxiety and depression.
Flavor / Aroma – Hoppy. Cannabis and hops are basically cousins.
Limonene can be used to help promote weight loss, prevent and treat cancer, and treat bronchitis. It can also be used to make ointments and medicinal creams that penetrate the skin better.
Flavor / Aroma – Citrus.
Myrcene has been shown to be an effective anti inflammatory. It also works as a sedative and muscle relaxer. This could possible contribute to the tired/stoney feeling often attributed to indicas.
Flavor / Aroma – Earthy and musky with a hint of fruity flavors.
Pinene or (alfa Pinen and beta Pinen) has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties.
Flavor / Aroma – Pine. This is, of course, partially where pine trees get their scent from.