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What's In Your Vape Cartridge?

(11/8/2019) Editor's note: This story has been updated for clarity. While David Bernard-Perron's living soil recipe at Whistler Medical Marijuana Corp. (WMMC) was certified organic in 2014, WMMC received its first organic certification in 2013, the year before Bernard-Perron joined the company.

On paper, it’s hard to understand the scale at which The Green Organic Dutchman plans to operate. What does nearly 4 acres (or 1.5 hectares) of cannabis grown under a glass roof look like? What about just under 20 acres, which equates to roughly 8 hectares? How much soil does an organic farm of that size require? What precautions must be taken and what tools implemented to ensure a consistently healthy crop while still maintaining a living soil?

Seeing that scale in person is dizzying: row after row of mobile racks topped with custom-made pots filled with a house-made living soil—a mixture of rich earth, molasses, beneficial microbes, bacteria, fungi, insects, nematodes—masterminded by David Bernard-Perron, the company’s vice president of cultivation operations.

After obtaining his master’s in agriculture from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in 2015, Bernard-Perron moved to the Canadian West Coast and launched his career in the cannabis industry as the head agrologist for Whistler Medical Marijuana Corp., a licensed medical cannabis operation in British Columbia. There, he developed and refined the company’s indoor living soil program.

TGOD, as his current employer is known, hopes to replicate the success Bernard-Perron found in Whistler’s 15,000-square-foot operation, first with the company’s 160,000-square-foot Ancaster, Ontario, facility, then again in its 1.3 million-square-foot behemoth in Valleyfield, Quebec.

Getting to scale has definitely not been easy, and recent headlines about the company losing the funding it needed to complete construction at both sites certainly have complicated matters, but executives remain confident that the setbacks are setting the company up for an even better launch forward.

Second-Mover Advantage

The company headquarters—half a floor at a nondescript office building above a bank near the Toronto International Airport in Mississauga—belies the company’s vision: to be the world’s largest organic cannabis producer. The space doesn’t quite fit the team’s administrative and executive divisions, but no one complains; they know making that organic vision a reality requires time and sacrifice.

“It’s a culture of entrepreneurs that are here from various backgrounds, various industries to create something great that’s long-lasting,” says Drew Campbell, TGOD’s head of marketing. (The company’s headquarters isn’t a Silicon Valley garage, either, which also helps ease cramped tensions.)

Instead of office space, the bulk of the company’s funds have gone into completing construction of its hybrid glass-roof facilities, which, once completed, will officially make TGOD the world’s largest organic cannabis producer with a footprint of more than 1.4 million square feet in Canada alone.

About TGOD

Business launched: 2012

Location: Ancaster, Ontario, and Valleyfield, Quebec, Canada; headquarters in Mississauga, Ontario

Canopy size: 160,000 sq. ft. (Ancaster); 1.3 million sq. ft. (Valleyfield) at capacity

Number of employees: 243

Products offered: Tinctures, dried flower, with additional extracted products coming in Cannabis 2.0

That scale is the major differentiator between TGOD and any other producer in the world, says Brian Athaide, the company’s CEO. “There are ... other organic producers, but they tend to be more craft. We’re the only ones doing organic at scale that nobody’s ever done before.”

Building a facility with the automation and environmental control needed to produce a profitable crop at scale while maintaining organic standards was no easy task. TGOD went through several redesigns that delayed its market launch and increased costs. But Athaide says while those delays prevented the company from enjoying first-mover advantage, they allowed it to learn from others’ mistakes. For example, TGOD tripled its HVAC capacity after seeing reports of other licensed producers (LPs) struggling with humidity control. The Mississauga company also almost doubled the size of its processing facilities to accommodate the volume of flower it will be producing after seeing market bottlenecks in that area.

“So, we added more capital, we pushed back our timings, and I think that’s part of the … second-mover advantage because we were able to learn from everyone else,” Athaide says. “On the other hand, we haven’t really lost anything by not having that first-mover advantage on flower and oil because the rules around packaging are very strict. … So no one’s really built a brand of significance at this point yet.”

Feed the Soil, Not the Plants

The company’s Valleyfield facility, its flagship, was still in the first construction phase before the company announced financial restructuring plans on Oct. 18. The Ancaster facility received final production approval from Health Canada on Oct. 16, allowing TGOD to move plants from the nursery/vegetation space into the hybrid greenhouses for full flowering. (TGOD had been using a few of those vegetation rooms to flower crops for its medical patients and to supply the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS) with organic product.)

A room without plants, however, is the best way for visitors to grasp the intricacies of scaling organic cannabis. “Our facilities are purpose-built,” Athaide says.

Take the containers in which flowering plants will sit: Each room houses 1,450 pots filled with Bernard-Perron’s living soil blend. The pots had to be custom-made to fit perfectly in the company’s mobile tables, another custom-designed piece of equipment. Those two features combined allow TGOD to grow 5,800 plants in a single room, Bernard-Perron says.

The team took an unconventional approach to controlling how air circulates in those rooms. Instead of having fans above the canopy pushing air across the tops of its crops, “we have an air-vent system that will blow air from underneath and then that air moves through the canopy of the plant and then cools the leaf surface from underneath,” Bernard-Perron says. This system also allows the cultivation team to supplement with CO2 near the root zone and carry away excess moisture from deep within the canopy. “Then we exhaust it through the centralized air filtration system and then outside. So we get rid of the smell, and it’s the most efficient way to cool our product,” he adds.

Managing temperatures in a greenhouse with such a heat-sensitive crop is a significant challenge during Canadian summers, when outdoor temperatures can spike well above average to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Operating at such a northern latitude also means TGOD needs supplemental lights to cultivate year-round. To solve the latter problem without exacerbating the former one, the company opted for LEDs. “Those lights are actually the closest spectrum we can find to natural sunlight,” Bernard-Perron explains, “and we have a better penetration inside a canopy, we use less energy, [so] we don’t have to cool as much to be able to have our target light level on our crop.” The company is studying how those fixtures affect the crops’ phytochemistry and yield and hopes to have results in 2020.

More important than lighting is the company’s living soil program. A living soil, Bernard-Perron describes, is “soil in which we have brought back the natural process that you can find in nature. … We’re using a lot of beneficial microbes, bacteria, fungi, beneficial insects, nematodes, that all work together to transform the organic fertilizer we’re putting into the soil into living nutrients and to plant-available forms. So, we’re basically feeding the soil that then feeds the plants.”

“What the plants do in exchange for the soil is take CO2 from the air, use the sunlight to photosynthesize and transform that into sugar that they then push back into the soil,” Bernard-Perron says. “The plant is basically sweating sugar into the soil that feeds those beneficial micro-organisms. So, you have this awesome, built-in feedback loop that is your living soil system.”

In addition to lighting, the company is also studying how its organic cultivation approach impacts yields and plant chemistry. (Although more studies are needed, early data shows higher cannabinoid and terpene content, says Bernard-Perron.)

That soil’s microbiological diversity is also the company’s first line of defense in its integrated pest management (IPM) program. “Every handful of soil that we pick up [has] literally tens of thousands of kilometers of fungal network, fungal ivy, that are connecting the soil, the bacteria, and the plants and acting as a line of defense against other [predatory] micro-organisms,” Bernard-Perron says. “There’s so many good micro-organisms that are competing with everything and want to keep the plant healthy because the plants are giving them sugar. So they have to keep up their wall and keep pathogens outside.”

Organic Talk

Communicating these organic concepts to consumers is easier said than done, says TGOD’s head of marketing. But the slower market rollout gave the company more time to build its identity—or, as Campbell puts it, find its “story.” And that story is rooted in organics itself.

“Organic isn’t an adjective,” Campbell explains. “Organic is a fundamentally different consumer habit, [where] people now want to have transparency about where their products are coming from and what goes into [them].”

The Canadian market is fairly knowledgeable about what an organic certification means, and a large segment seeks out that certification in their produce, Athaide says. “Half of Canadian consumers buy something organic on a weekly basis, about 30% try to buy organic or kind of healthier products whenever they can,” he says. “[Public relations firm] Hill+Knowlton did a study earlier this year and found that 61% of medical patients and 50% of recreational consumers would prefer organic cannabis.”

Fast Take with David Bernard-Perron, VP Cultivation Operations, The Green Organic Dutchman

Biggest challenge in launching or maintaining a cultivation operation: “Maintaining the cohesive approach and not letting things fall through the cracks. It’s never one thing; it’s keeping everything together. Of course, there are challenges with regulatory bodies, municipality, compliance, but from the growing perspective, training and staffing is challenging as you’re scaling up.”

Something people don’t realize about running a cannabis operation: “It’s really truly getting into horticulture and agriculture. People think cannabis is a weed and it grows easily, but it really needs a lot of attention to grow well. It’s a 24-hour, seven-days-a-week, 365-days-per-year job. You can’t put your plants on pause.”

What keeps you awake at night: “It’s a mixture of challenges and what’s coming up next, but also excitement over new things/products/strategy I want to try. The plants are definitely keeping me up at night.”

What helps you sleep at night: “The success story we’re building, the progress despite the setbacks, knowing that I have a good-quality team behind me. I just got the harvests results, and we’re getting 2.5 lbs. per light, and that puts my mind at ease where I don’t have nightmares about crop pests and diseases.”

Advice for other cultivators: “Open yourself up to the rest of the horticultural and agricultural world. There have been amazing things done with other crops throughout the world. It’s going to benefit you to see what large farms, small greenhouse producers do. Finding solutions that work for you and bringing those into your facility are going to improve your margins.”

While awaiting further test results on the effect the organic program has on TGOD’s yields and phytochemistry, education is focused on making the connection between cannabis and things people know: soil-grown, organic nutrients, no pesticides. That messaging gets out mainly through budtender education.

“We’ve launched a proprietary organic certification program for budtenders, educating [them] exactly on what is the difference between organic and non-organic growing,” Campbell says. “We want the first question for a budtender to ask when somebody goes in-store to be, ‘Would you prefer organic?’ If that is a starting point for our conversation, to make people aware that there is a difference between organic and non-organic cannabis, that’s a great differentiator for us and for a budtender to guide somebody towards our brand.”


TGOD’s sustainability initiatives also play a big part in the company’s identity and messaging.

“Our tagline of ‘making life better’ might sound simple, but that’s really what we’re doing,” Campbell says. “On the consumer end, we’re delivering a certified organic product to individuals. … [But] making life better is, beyond just cannabis, how are we improving things? … Improving our legacy on our neighbors, our friends and our generations to come is something we take extremely seriously.”

Being as sustainable as possible permeates nearly every decision the company makes. For example, TGOD packaging is mostly glass. Not only is glass packaging 100% recyclable and avoids static cling (which can cause trichomes to stick to the sides of plastic containers), TGOD also uses its containers as marketing tools by posting videos on how to reuse them to grow herbs or repurpose them as organizational tools. In addition to the original content, that sustainability angle “gives us a bit of a leg up on some of the competition because we can talk about all those things that we are doing for the environment,” Campbell says.

Those environmental initiatives aren’t limited to containers. The company designed both of its facilities to be LEED-certified by the Canada Green Building Council pending finalization of construction and operations. LEED stands for leadership in energy and environmental design. It’s a widely known rating system for green buildings around the world, says Karine Cousineau, TGOD’s director of government relations and sustainability.

In addition to the sustainable materials used to build the facilities, the Ancaster site is decked with solar panels and a co-generation system that produces electricity to reduce the company’s load on the local power grid. The natural gas system also serves as a CO2 generator for the greenhouses and a heating source during the winter to keep the open-air rainwater basin from freezing. Any excess heat can also be shared with neighboring farms.

The TGOD team also collects an impressive amount of data, all processed by a centralized artificial intelligence system that will find efficiencies. Once fully built out, “there’ll be thousands, if not tens of thousands, of different sensors within these facilities that will track everything from external weather and environmental conditions to the movement of the plants internally to the soil conditions, the humidity, the lighting, and things that are happening down at a leaf level of a plant [through hyperspectral imagery],” says Geoff Riggs, TGOD’s chief information officer.

“All of that will be synthesized together into a very sophisticated data management platform, which then yields very novel and unique analytical insights,” he adds. It’s hard for Riggs to point to any one particular data set he’s eager to examine because, he says, “it’s not necessarily one set of data that’s most exciting—it’s the ability to combine all those different data sets to produce very interesting analytical observations.”

While some individuals and companies may look at sustainability from a purely environmental perspective, TGOD sees it as much more than that. “It’s also the whole social side of things and governance,” Cousineau says. To that end, she and her team are working on a survey “where basically we work with our stakeholders to determine: What should be the most important for TGOD? What should we track? What kind of KPIs [key performance indicators] should we put in place?” And at TGOD, stakeholder is a broadly inclusive term. The company not only sends surveys to management, “but also every stakeholder we have, from neighbors, employees, legislators, customers, consumers,” she continues, the goal being to have everyone “be part of what we’re building.”

Striving for Long-Term Stability

Despite the company’s best efforts, slow retail licensing has dampened the legal market and kept the illicit market alive and well, according to Athaide. This caused market investors to pull investments across the board, sending cannabis stocks tumbling and shrinking the ability for cannabis companies to raise capital. TGOD announced a review of alternative financing options on Oct. 9, following a change of terms from banking partners. TGOD’s shares went into a tailspin. As of Oct. 22, the company’s stock was trading at CA$1.09 on the Toronto Stock Exchange, down from its September 2018 high of CA$8.25.

Despite TGOD receiving final approval from Health Canada to commence full cultivation operations in the Ancaster facility, the company decided to scale back its production, citing those market forces out of its control. Ancaster’s production goal for 2020 is 12,000 kilograms (~26,455 lbs.) of cannabis (slightly below its full capacity of 17,500 kg (~38,580 lbs.)) as part of the company’s financial restructuring to maintain profitability by Q2 2020, the company said in an Oct. 18 release.

The Valleyfield buildout also is ramping down; the company expects to produce 10,000 kg (~22,046 lbs.)—Phase 1A originally was slated to yield 65,000 kg of cannabis annually, with Phase 1B doubling that capacity. The site’s processing facility also is on hold, and all product from Valleyfield will be processed and packaged at Ancaster. The company estimates that it will need $70 million to $80 million by the end of Q2 2020 to undertake the plan and reach positive operational cash flow, it said in the same release.

“With the current Canadian legal market being smaller than initially anticipated, mainly due to a slow rollout of retail locations in key provinces, we believe that our revised plan will allow TGOD to right size its production to capture the organic segment, while maintaining optionality to quickly accelerate and expand as more retail locations begin to open,” added Athaide in the statement.

To avoid being at the mercy of a single market’s shifts and woes, Athaide has an eye on a future where TGOD is in multiple markets. “Our vision is to be the largest organic cannabis and hemp brand globally,” he says. “Our strategy is not to be fully vertically integrated into everything. We are doing the organic cultivation in Canada. We have developed the IP, but as we go international, we’re finding great partners. … Like, for instance, in Poland ... we’re buying third-party organic hemp [for our hemp business] where we’re then drying it, extracting it, creating it into oil.”

Along with Poland, TGOD has operations or agreements with groups in the U.S., Jamaica, Denmark and Mexico. In each of those, “we’ve chosen those parts of the value chain that we believe we can uniquely own and add and do better than anybody else,” Athaide says. “You can be good at a lot of things, you can’t be great at everything. So we’re focusing on those parts that we can be great at and finding great partners for the rest.”

That said, the company’s financial struggles make it difficult for TGOD to focus on international expansion—it doesn’t make sense to spend capital on satellites when the core business isn’t as solidified as it should be. But Cannabis 2.0, Canada’s legal launch of extracted products, has the CEO hopeful. “We have a best-in-class science team that is not only looking at clinical research, but also applied science to help differentiate our products. They have been instrumental in developing our product portfolio for Cannabis 2.0, working closely with other teams on formulations. I am excited about the upcoming launch of our organic teas, infusers and vapes in mid-December,” Athaide says.

Brian MacIver is senior editor for Cannabis Business Times and Cannabis Dispensary magazines.

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Pre-Filled THC Oil Cartridge

THC vape cartridges are oil-containing glass tanks that are becoming popular in the cannabis industry. It is an advanced technique to consume cannabis in the form of liquid. 

You are supposed to attach your vape cart with a battery. These carts do not come with a battery, so you will have to buy one separately. Usually, a 510 threaded battery goes well with a vape cart. After connecting with the battery, you can hit a puff.

A vape cart’s intake is different from smoking a cigarette because the carts don’t produce an unpleasant smoke or odor. In-addition, they offer delightful terpene-influenced flavors. These carts are designed to give you a calming buzz.

In this article, we are going to review some of the top companies that produce vape carts, so let’s jump right in.

Top 4 THC Cartridges

We have reviewed and short-listed four highly reputable brands in this game. 

These brands are:

  1. Exhale – High Quality and Best Overall
  2. BudPop – Most Potent
  3. Hollyweed CBD– Top Rated
  4. 3Chi – Affordable Option

How We Put Together Our THC Cartridge List

We know that quality should always come first whenever you decide to spend your money on something. As such, we’ve selected the brands that have raised the bar by constantly putting high-grade products on the market.

It gets tricky to pick a brand from a sea of competitors, especially when you are a total starter. Needless to say, we’ve got you covered, and will provide you with some general tips on how to pick an authentic brand.

In the process of creating this list, we reviewed and thoroughly researched the production strategies and extraction techniques of these brands. We went through the stories and experiences shared by their product’s users to judge their customer service. They all have fair ratings and positive reviews along with a well-reputed presence in the market. We observed casual users turning into their regular customers, sharing happy reviews online, and recommending to others.

And after going through these steps, we found these four brands living up to our criteria. So, let’s move forward and have a detailed overview of them.

Best Pre-Filled THC Cartridges

Coming in hot as number one on our list of best THC vape cartridges is Exhale. This brand has recently grown in immense popularity due their all-natural, pure, effective, smooth, and strong vape cartridges. Exhale strives to deliver high-quality and additive free hemp products to their customers to ensure complete satisfaction.

This company grows their hemp from farms in Colorado. All of their cartridges contain no more than 0.3% Delta-9 THC which aligns with the legal limit of the federal law. 

Exhale’s carts come in ten fantastic flavors such as Sour Diesel, Blackberry Kush, Pineapple Express, Cactus Cooler, and more. Each of these flavors are mouth-watering and smooth, giving you an unforgettable experience. 

Exhale is prominent in providing high-quality, safe products to their customers. They make sure that all their products are third-party lab tested which is also available on their website. This proves they are trustworthy and transparent with their users. 


  • All-natural ingredients
  • Free of additives such as PG, VG, and MCT oil
  • Organic and non-GMO
  • Eases stress and tension in your body
  • Third-party lab tested with results on their website
  • 30-day money-back guarantee
  • Free shipping on all orders


User Experience

We took extra time to consider the feedback and experiences from their customers. Many users were impressed and loved the outcome the products from Exhale provided them. They mentioned how these carts delivered an amazing sensation while easing things such as stress and tension. 

We were also happy to see how users greatly appreciate Exhale’s customer service and transparency they provide on their website. They were able to answer any questions we had right away. 

Customer Policies 

  • Customer service is available at any time. Users can contact Exhale’s support team and receive a response almost instantly. 
  • They have a 30-day return policy available if users are not satisfied with their product for any reason. 
  • They offer a subscription plan to help users save money on purchases. 
  • Fast & free shipping on all orders.

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BudPop is a new brand that has hit the delta-8 market and let us tell you, it has been nothing but a successful ride for them. This company is based in Los Angeles, Ca, owned by a group of young friends who strive to find a natural hemp alternative to THC. BudPop works towards providing their customers high quality and effective delta-8 products.

They ensure that their products are all non-gmo, lab-tested, and made in the USA. Their brand has delta-8 THC infused vape cartridges which have been a total hit according to many satisfied customers. They have two flavors; Strawberry Gelato and Grape Runtz. Each cart contains 800mg of delta-8 THC and delivers a smooth, euphoric effect like no other. Its natural flavors and convenience makes your experience a lot more enjoyable than other vape cartridges.

BudPop makes it their priority to provide third-party lab results on their website to represent their transparency and trust to their consumers. This is an important factor when it comes to searching for some of the best delta-8 cartridges on the market. This shows the brand offers reliable products that are safe to use.


  • High-quality hemp
  • Non-GMO
  • Natural flavors
  • Organically grown
  • Extracted safely
  • 800mg delta-8 THC
  • Outstanding customer service
  • Third-party lab tested


User Experience

BudPop has been the new brand that is being talked about, especially from their highly satisfied customers. Many users have reported how these cartridges has become their favorite vape carts to smoke compared to others due to the awesome buzz effect it gives. Consumers loved both flavors and how they weren’t harsh on the throat. They have also stated that BudPop’s customer service is extremely helpful and provides support right away when needed.

Customer Policies

  • They offer a subscription payment plan.
  • BudPop provides hands-on customer service.
  • They offer a 30-day return policy.
  • Fast and efficient shipping.
  • Product must be in the same condition as when received to be eligible for a return.

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When we say Hollyweed did not come to play, we mean it. This USA-based brand has been slaying the game with its extensive line of Delta-8 THC products. One of their crown jewels belongs to the category of THC carts and THC gummies.

Hollyweed’s vape cartridges have 10 exquisite flavors to enchant your taste buds, and they come with 900 mg of Delta-8 THC content.

Their carts come in 10 distinct flavors: Blackberry, Sunset Sherbet, Mango, Pineapple Express, Jack Herer, Gorilla Glue, Blackberry Kush, Sour Diesel, Fruity Cereal, and OG Kush.

The brand claims to offer superior quality and the most trust-worthy D-8 THC carts in the market. Their vapes are made of all-natural ingredients and produced from entirely organic hemp.   

Since their production process is kept natural, it is free of any genetic modification, making it non-GMO. These THC carts also do not contain MCT, PG, VG, or PEG oil.

These vape cartridges are very convenient to use! All you have to do is connect the vape with a battery and start taking small puffs. You may begin to feel mild and enjoyable effects after a while. The euphoric experience can be enough to keep you sane and energetic throughout the entire day. 

The brand cares about safety, so they get all of their products approved from third-party labs to ensure their quality is top-notch and safe to use. The lab sheets are available on their website. You can access them quickly as they are attached to every product.


  • Entirely organic approach and no genetic modification, no artificial chemicals. 100% non-GMO.
  • It is pure hemp-derived and contains 900mg of purified D-8 THC content.
  • It contains less than 0.3% of D-9 THC.
  • Variety of delightful terpene-influenced flavors.
  • The juice might calm your nerves after the intake.
  • Does not induce paranoia post-intake.
  • It does not emit a strong odor.
  • Brand has a reputable status in the market.
  • The product has happy customers and top-rated reviews online.
  • Approval from third-party labs verify the brand is reliable and their products are secure to use. 


  • A wide variety of flavors might be confusing for some people.

User Experience

We saw happy customers sharing their experiences, noting that they found the product exactly as advertised. Users experienced pleasurable effects and relief after consumption. 

New customers stated they understand why this product has permanent users and top ratings, because the brand provides exactly what it promotes. They claimed to come back and make more purchases.

Customer Policies:

  • Hollyweed has customer-friendly services. Users can contact them directly from the given contact number or support email. Either way, your queries will be addressed.
  • Website features an informative blog that can help users gain insight into CBD, Delta-8 THC, and other available products.
  • 30-day money-back satisfaction guarantee.
  • Delivery services are genuinely swift.

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3Chi is another well-reputed American brand in the cannabis market. It was founded by hemp-enthusiast biochemist. The brand began manufacturing hemp-extracted Delta-8 THC products and brought its first product to the market in 2019.

3Chi has established a name by earning their clients’ trust to provide top-tier quality products. They employ a CO2 extraction methodology and support a natural production process, as all of their products are made from GMO-free and natural hemp.

Like their other D-8 infused products, their vape carts seem to grab customers’ attention more and more as they are very convenient to use.

3Chi’s vape cartridges contain 95% pure Delta-8 THC and less than 0.3% Delta-9 content. These carts come in 0.5 and 1mL amounts, across several strains. Derived from hemp, they also boast cannabis extracted terpenes and extracts.

This product’s packaging and design are different from standard vaping carts and pens as 3Chi’s vape oil comes in a glass CCell cartridge. CCell cartridges contain a ceramic coil with a ground-breaking technique to heat up faster than regular vaping devices. 

It enhances user experience as they can hit relatively bigger clouds and enjoy the fullest experience. Also, the user will most likely be able to consume a CCell cartridge housed oil 1.5-2x quicker than a typical vape device.

These carts are compatible with a 510 battery that you will have to buy on your own as the product does not come with a battery.

These carts are fairly potent and may give you a relaxing effect, energy boost and an increased level of focus. Their official website contains all the necessary information about these carts, including their potential benefits, side effects, and guidelines.

The brand has set the budget-friendly cost of these carts. They respect the concept of transparency by putting lab sheets on their website, use advanced hardware, and work hard to make the customer experience better than ever. 


  • It contains 95% purified content of Delta-8 THC.
  • It is composed of pure hemp and cannabis terpenes and extracts.
  • It is clinically tested; lab sheets available on their website.
  • The taste is subtle and decent. 
  • Economical; they offer reasonable prices.
  • The brand has an informational blog that indicates its concern towards educating its clients.


  • Effects are not quite long-lasting.
  • It might be a little harsh on the throat.

User Experience

While reviewing the carts, we went on a long drive around the web, including social media platforms, and collected some opinions and reviews of 3Chi’s vape carts users. From the fact that they made our best THC carts list, one must wonder how they became successful in this field, or how they could have achieved the support of their clients? 

3Chi’s users put their trust in them because of their quality products. Users have stated that these carts are decent in strength, and the buzz starts bouncing off after quite a while. They said the euphoria doesn’t last long, but that’s the whole point of Delta-8 THC, as it is supposed to give you relaxing effects. People seem to enjoy the taste of these carts and experienced a fresh headspace and calmness. Check the full 3Chi review here. 

Customer Policies:

  • Although they have a pretty satisfied and content fan-base, they don’t have a piece of direct contact information on their website other than a Contact form.
  • They have informative content on their blog to clear the confusion of visitors and keep them insightful.
  •  3Chi puts lab sheets on their portal to respect the concept of transparency.
  • Customers are happy with the reasonable rates and their overall services.
  • The shipping process takes 1-4 business days.

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Guidelines for Buying Pre-Filled THC Vape Carts

Since THC Carts have become more and more popular in the market, both offline and online, it has become hard to hunt a qualitatively good THC oil cartridge. It is important to know how to find a comparatively better cartridge for yourself.

The following are some essential points to keep in mind while buying vaping carts for yourself:


The Oil present in the vape cart should essentially be obtained from purely natural means. There should not be any mixing of additives or GMOs (also known as genetically modified organisms). It should also be pure of pesticides that affect hemp plants.

Fairly Pure and Qualitatively Good

You must ensure that the product you are going to purchase is absolutely unadulterated, risk-free, and full of the required potency. 

Have a vigilant eye on the fraudulent brands which are involved in selling impure carts. Never endanger your health by doing unnecessary experiments. The tactics profiteers use to deceive the buyers are chemical and artificially developed flavors, which can seem identical to the originals.

Extracting Techniques 

Be mindful that the cannabinoids must be obtained by the best ways of extraction, which are least harmful, and safe for the environment. This is the only way to ensure the required benefits: safety, quality, and efficacy of the products.

THC Oil Color

The color of THC oil can be another factor to consider. It should not be dull or dark. If the color appears brown or green, it is an indicator of some undesirable impurities. Generally speaking, a light yellow color in THC oil is most desirable.


The THC oil brands we selected are made of natural products derived from natural resources, which include terpenes of special strains. The products of these brands are generally free from artificial flavors. Consumers must check carefully for the presence of natural flavors. In particular, the vaping products are the ones that need special attention.

Laboratory Test Reports

A certified lab can ensure the qualitative elements like potency, purity, and safety of the products. Only the products tested by certified labs should be presented for sale. The third-party lab reports must be displayed on the websites of the brands to enable the customers to make an easy selection.

The Reputation of The Brands

Try to buy products from established brands that have a solid reputation. Merely the claims of the brands like “good quality” or “high quality” are not enough. Customers’ comments and compliments based on their experiences are necessary to be kept in view.

Variety of Options

Before you decide to buy Delta-8 Carts, make use of various options given to you regarding size, strength, and flavor. It is you to decide what is most suitable for you.

Costing and Pricing

You must be well aware of the prices, particularly regarding cannabis products. A high-cost product does not always determine a better product. On the contrary, you may find low-priced products that are exceptional. You must use a wise approach when buying THC carts from the market.

Points to Remember Before You Use Pre-Filled Delta-8 THC Carts

Don’t get your hopes and expectations up with a product unless you have enough information about it. The same is especially true with vape carts. 

You must understand what the product has to offer, its types and flavors, and how many variants it comes in. If you have not done your homework before buying vape carts, there is a possibility of ending up with the wrong one for yourself.

Kinds of D-8 Vaping Carts:

The ones which are infused with terpenes 

  • These carts have enhanced flavors and effects because of the presence of terpenes.

The ones with Carbon Dioxide Extracted Oil

  • These carts contain the oil that is derived via carbon dioxide extraction.

Live Resin

  • These carts have a pungent smell and are rich in terpene extract.

The Distilled Form

  • These carts contain the purest form of cannabis oil extracted using ethanol, which comes from the flowers.

In What Way Should You Use These Pre-Filled Carts to Attain the Best Possible Results?

  • First of all, you’ll need to charge your battery.
  • Then attach the charged battery to your vape cart.
  • Then press the activation button. 
  • If you are a newbie, you are advised to go with the lowest voltage. You may adjust it according to your preference later on.
  • As a starter, one or two puffs are enough. This way, your body will slowly get familiar with the product and its effects.
  • You can increase the voltage to your desire.

Attention: Some people claim that THC carts are not harsh on the chest and throat, when in reality, they can be. It is because the effects vary from person to person. So, you are advised to consult your medical professional if you have a medical condition.

FAQs Regarding Pre-Filled THC Vaping Cartridges

How Long Does One Cartridge Last?

The duration of a cartridge depends upon its usage and how frequently you use it. A 250mg cartridge can continue to last for almost 60 puffs, while a 500mg can provide you with over 120 puffs. 

The longevity of a cartridge depends upon the quality of the oil. If the oil is thick in its consistency, it will last longer, and if it is thin, it might not last much longer.

Is THC Oil Removable from Its Already Filled Cartridge? Is it Safe to Remove? 

Whether your cartridge allows you for that or not, some pre-filled cartridges might not be safe for any alteration. In our opinion, it would be best if you avoid doing this altogether.

Will I Fail A Drug Test If I Use D-8 THC Carts?

Of course, such a possibility is there. By using Delta-8 carts, traces of THC may appear in the first round of the test results. And that’s all that your tester needs to know.

Is It Safe to Consume Delta-8 THC Pre-Filled Vapes?

Generally speaking, these vapes are safe to use, as long as you choose a reputable brand. Delta-8 vapes have milder effects than delta-9 vapes. So, if you are using delta-9 vapes right now, you may find it easier to use delta-8 products.

How Do I Know If Delta-8 Is Can Be Shipped to My State?

We have enlisted the names of the states in which delta-8’s all products (including their vaping carts) are not available for shipping. By having a look at this list, you can know whether it’s allowed to ship in your state.

  1. Mississippi
  2. Alaska 
  3. Arizona 
  4. Colorado 
  5. Nevada 
  6. Montana 
  7. Utah 
  8. Delaware
  9. Arkansas
  10. Idaho
  11. Rhode Island
  12. Iowa 

Are There Any Benefits of THC Products?

It is believed that THC may have neuroprotective properties, and it may also prove helpful in relieving pain, increasing appetite, and preventing and treating nausea. These statements have not been approved by the FDA, and, as such, it is advised that you do your own research.

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