Mixing and filling CBD/THC vape cartridges with terpenes is a thorough process that many people don’t think about. Whether you are getting your CBD/THC vape cartridges from a dispensary or a licensed dealer, the cartridges being used need to be filled before they’re sold. There is a lot of overhead that comes with filling CBD/THC vape cartridges. Not only does it cost a lot but it is a meticulous process as each cartridge is filled one-by-one.
Here we will discuss the ratios of terpenes for filling cannabis oil or CBD/THC vape cartridges. We will also talk about the process of filling vape cartridges. Overall, we provide a step by step guide to mixing and filling CBD/THC vape cartridges. We will also get into cannabis oil/hemp, and Viscosity Booster. Also, we will talk about the benefits of using a filling gun or the proper syringe to speed up the process. There isn’t a lot of information out there on how to mix and fill cartridges from scratch. However, if a business is looking to start extracting and processing oil concentrates, this is a great resource to get started. All the supplies to mix and fill CBD/THC Vape Cartridges with Terpenes needed can be found online
The focal point of this discussion is the wave of new terpene infused products that have captured the cannabis culture. Health-conscious consumers are particularly interested. This is because terpenes give CBD/THC vape cartridges a uniquely broad spectrum of scents and tastes. They also have physical effects, intensifying the feeling produced from THC. Some terpenes like Limonene increase energy. Other terpenes like myrcene promote relaxation. Because of the variance in effect, it is essential to choose a CBD/THC cartridge profile or terpene combination to support the type of effect you would like to experience.
Quality CBD/THC vape cartridges ready for production begin with picking quality hardware. Many CBD/THC vape cartridges are often prone to leakage or damage during shipping. To save yourself a headache, be sure to buy CBD/THC Vape cartridges from a reputable supplier like DMLift inc. We have various styles to choose from, but what it comes down to is a preference in design and viscosity. For example, our most popular CBD/THC vape cartridge is the DM 023 cartridge. It comes with an adjustable oil intake and side airflow which is more selective. By allowing air to travel through the middle to the top of the regulator provides consistent flavor and heating to your oil concentrates or extracts. It is sure to leave your patients/consumers satisfied. There is not another cartridge on the market like the DM 023.
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Most CBD/THC vape cartridges however come in many designs, such as ceramic, plastic, and metal. There are options for various shapes and sizes for tanks. Cartridges usually come standard with a 2mm diameter intake hole. This can be seen inside the cartridge tank and is where oil will enter to meet the atomizer. This will atomize or “vaporize” the oil into an inhalable vapor. High viscosity oils are typically a sign of pure oil. That means only terpenes are mixed in.
Viscosity booster is a great way to control the potency of CBD/THC oil concentrates. It also makes for a smoother cloud. This happens because the concentrates vaporized have less heat than the oil. There are many viscosity boosters on the market which all do pretty much the same thing. Not only is viscosity booster for controlling dose but quantity. It will double if not triple the amount of product you have at the perfect dose. The most important ingredient is the concentrate or oil used in the CBD/THC vape cartridge. A common ingredient is cannabis/hemp oil. This is referred to as distillates. It is the most common and easiest to use. High-quality oil should have a higher viscosity.
The filling of the CBD/THC vape cartridge is the messiest and most challenging part. That is why DMLift Inc recommends the use of our filling gun, however, a syringe can be used as well. Spillage is a common occurrence. But equally important is overfilling the CBD/THC vape cartridges. It is important to be vigilant. Avoid filling the CBD/THC vape cartridge to the top. Some cartridges have a fill line, like the DM 009. This is so you know where to stop.
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The first thing to do is warm up the oil or concentrate to about 185 degrees Fahrenheit. The concentrate is ready when the oil is fully liquified. This means that there are no chunks of concentrate at the bottom or floating around. Next, mix concentrate mixture and add in terpenes and Viscosity Booster. The ratio for terpenes and oil is about 5-10% terpenes and 5-10%Viscosityy Booster for a total of 10-20%. Make sure to blend all the ingredients very well. There should be no difference in color or viscosity throughout the entire mixture. The whole mix must be fully emulsified. Once everything is blended, it is time to load the syringe. After the oil mixture is inside the syringe, it is ready to be poured inside the CBD/THC vape cartridge.
It is best to use a filling gun for this process but if you only have a syringe make sure it has ml graduation marks. Put 1ml into a 1ml CBD/THC vape cartridge and 0.50mls into a half gram or .5 ml cartridge. Once your CBD/THC vape cartridges are full, cap them tight and flip them over. It is important to note that some CBD/THC vape cartridges will require the use of a presser to cap them. This is the case with our DM016 cartridge. After pressing, let them rest for 1 hour. Finally, clean off the CBD/THC vape cartridge of any excess oil that may have been spilled onto it from a drippy syringe. After the CBD/THC vape cartridges have rested, they should be ready to use.
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