Marijuana and electronic cigarettes.
Marijuana and electronic cigarettes are a hot topic in recent times. Since the beginning of electronic cigarettes as an alternative to tobacco, marijuana users have used ecigs as a means to consume the drug without combustion, and in passing without being seen. But they had never made such a stir before.
With the legalization of marijuana in several states, consumption has increased, but along with the release have also come the rules for its consumption. The limit amounts in possession vary in each one, but in general they are very strict to allow only their consumption and not their free distribution. It is there perhaps where the electronic cigarette comes in to play
Marijuana consumers have chosen to switch to vaping marijuana oil in their electronic cigarettes, for the obvious reasons, but also for the health of their pocket. According to what it seems, the oil derived from marijuana is much more economical and durable than the herb in its natural state, and not only that, but apparently the oil is much more potent! ... Not to mention how discreet it is being "smoking weed" in front of everyone without anyone noticing smell or other sign ... except "happiness" on the face of the consumer ..
In Colorado, for example, electronic marijuana cigarettes can be used, just like weed, only on private property. The sale of marijuana oil cartridges is also legal in the state.
In addition, cannabis fans say they also use marihuna electronic cigarettes for a simple reason, since they can buy more of the product due to a flaw in the law.
A visitor in the State of Colorado can buy up to a quarter of an ounce of fresh Mary Jane green in a single purchase, more than enough to get high for a few days. Concentrates of marijuana oil, on the other hand, are sold in cartridges measuring hundreds of milligrams.
These cartridges are so strong that they can last weeks at a time. So the same visitor could conceivably buy dozens of cartridges at a time, enough to stay "high" for months and months.
"I hit it all day, every day, and a cartridge lasts a couple of weeks," said an apothecary employee, who only gave his first name, Connor. "I tried to get back to regular marijuana and when I tried it it tasted terrible, like a cigarette."
A 150-milligram cartridge sells for $ 15, while a 500-milligram costs $ 45 - the same price as an eighth ounce of sprouts.
Under the law, a visitor could buy 47 of the 150 mg cartridges at a time, while a resident could buy 188 of them.