Causes and Effects of Smoking Marijuana

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 Causes and Effects of Smoking Marijuana

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017

Marijuana is dried leaves, seeds, stems and flowers from Cannabis sativa or the Cannabis indica with a Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) chemical and other compounds that alter the mood or psycho activity of a person. The plant has different names such as ganja, sensi, herb, pot and weed among others. Marijuana ranks third in the USA with one out of three people in the USA alone have tried it. According to a research, more than 11 million youths of 18 to 25 years use marijuana in the recent past. About 44 percent of U.S. high-school students at one time have smoked the drug.

Most states in the USA are currently legalizing the use of marijuana especially for medical purposes and adult recreational use. These are such states as Colorado, Oregon, Alaska, Washington and District of Columbia among others. Irrespective of its medicinal values, marijuana reveals numerous, psychological, physical and therapeutic effects which are both short term and long term, positive and negative.

Causes of Smoking Marijuana

Well, the obvious reason for smoking marijuana is its tendency of increasing the pleasure in the mind of a person which then translates to happiness. The high sensitivity of the body occurs when the THC overrides the endocannabinoid system which leads to great feeling. Besides, it raises the mood of the user in moderation. However, high intake leads to impaired brain coordination and memory loss.

Secondly, many students use marijuana due to peers pressure. On a separate note, the increasing evidence of the medicinal benefits, as well as the spreading perception of the non-addictive aspect of the drug, make more people use marijuana. Besides, the adult users are on the rise due to the recreational aspect coupled with the need for money as well as revenue through sale.

Effects of Smoking Marijuana

Marijuana use is on the rise due to the legalization processes that take place in different states of the USA. However, the plant has many effects that include medical, physical and psychological to the users. The effects manifest in both short term and long term with users feeling positive and negative aspects at different levels of the usage.

Physical effects  of marijuana :one of the prominent physical effects is breathing difficulties. Marijuana users in particular through smoke cause irritations to the lung which lead to breathing problem of the use. The various challenges during breathing can include phlegm, cough, lung diseases, and lung infections among others. The users exhibit reddening of the eyes, problems of respiration and impairment in coordination. The users can also have high heart rates. Marijuana increases the heart rate for about three hours.  There could be an increase in muscle weakness during contraction after smoking the drug. The rapid heart rate is because of the dose dependence which results to high dosage of THC. Such cases increase incidences of heart problems. Also, marijuana causes reddening of the eyes due to the swelling of the minor conjunctiva vessels.

Separately, marijuana can lead to child development problems after pregnancy. Expectant mothers who use marijuana could  give birth to low birth weight babies. This could result to higher risks of both behavioral problems to the baby. The brain of the fetus might fail to develop fully so long as his or her mother uses marijuana during the pregnancy periods. Therefore, the children exhibit problems such as impatient when paying attention, memory problems and slower problem- solving skills. Also, the woman who is a smoker excretes THC in the breast milk. The high concentration of the THC in the breast milk of the nursing mothers can affect the development of the brain of the baby.

Medicinal Effects: the use of marijuana has numerous medicinal effects such as pressure reduction in the eye for the patients with glaucoma. Besides, marijuana increases the appetite for patients, reduces nausea and vomiting in cancer patients. Also, patients with blocked airways use it to open the airways, especially in asthmatic patients.

Psychological Effects: most marijuana users feel relaxation upon the use of marijuana, distortion of time, increase in euphoria, frequent panic, and dreadfulness. In some cases, marijuana users have distorted perceptions, and loss of self-control.

Mental Effects: in some cases, marijuana users experience mental effects after a longer period of use. Therefore, the users may have mental illnesses which could include paranoia, hallucination, worsening symptoms of schizophrenia coupled with disorganized thinking. On the same note, users experience depression, suicidal thoughts and attempts and anxiety.

Wrapping it up

Some marijuana users treat it differently with regards to their perceptions. Others can treat it as a narcotic substance that causes numerous physical, social and mental problems. Other love it as a remedy that provides relaxation, motivation of the mind and pleasure. Therefore, the use of marijuana is highest among the youths of age between 18 and 25 years. Different states are currently legalizing the drug due to its medicinal use as well as a recreational drug for adults. However, other states prohibit its use as it provides a gateway to other illegal drugs.

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Published at Wed, 30 Aug 2017 06:02:57 +0000

Focusvape Tourist Vaporizer Review-Featuring the Zeus Bolt Grinder

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Focusvape Tourist Vaporizer Review-Featuring the Zeus Bolt Grinder

Friday, August 25th, 2017

Focusvape Tourist Vaporizer Review Featuring the Zeus Bolt Grinder

In this blog we are reviewing Focusvape Tourist vaporizer review as well as the Zeus Bolt Grinder.

A 2 in 1 heavy duty style vaporizer, the Focusvape is designed to provide the user with the ability to enjoy quality water cooled vapor from both concentrates and botanical herbs in the same unit.

 “Taking the Tour ” Using the Focusvape Tourist

When it came to reviewing the Focusvape Tourist, I was excited. To me it just looked sturdy, like it was made well and would be able to handle any size session for any connoisseur.

I was also interested in the glass water attachments, they just looked like they would be a pleasure to use. It has a heavy body, LCD display and dual temp settings for concentrates and dry herbs and a +/-buttons so you can customize your temperature within a single degree.

Dry Herb Function:

When vaporizing dry herbs, the Focusvape is a conduction style vaporizer. What that means is the dry herb get packed into the high quality ceramic “oven”. The dry herb is then heated to the users desired temperature.When you draw air thru the herb, all of the oils that have been heated join the air and are carried it into your lungs.

With the Tourist, you decide whether you want to use the very “cool” water attachment or the very slick glass mouth piece. The unit can be switched into herb mode by the simple flick of a switch provided on the side of the vaporizer.

Once turned on, the unit will quickly heat to the desired temperature. The user is notified that the unit is ready with lite vibration. The LCD screen display will the current temperature and you are now vaping herb like a true connoisseur.

Wax/Concentrate Function:

As for wax/concentrates the Focusvape Tourist performed very well. The unit uses a ceramic rod capped by a titanium nail for vaporizing concentrates. Unlike the dry herb function you do not have a choice in using a mouth piece or glass attachment. You have to use the glass attachment when using the wax function.

It took a little time to get used to it, but once I got it I really enjoyed it. Once the unit is heated to the desired temperature, you simply add some concentrates to your dabber, place your dab tool in the little hole on the side of the glass attachment that lines up perfectly with the titanium nail and inhale.

If you want to do a quick dab but don’t want to pull out your torch and rig, this is a great go to option.

Zeus Bolt Grinder

Up next we have the Zeus Bolt Grinder. Made of aircraft aluminum, this grinder has diamond cut teeth and is perfectly calibrated to grind your bud for vaporizing. When paired with the Focusvape Tourist these products made a great combo.

 Zeus Bolt Grinder Features:

  • 4 pieces (3 chambers)
  • 5.5 cm diameter x 4.5 cm height
  • Magnetic lid
  • Diamond cut teeth
  • Calibrated for vaporization
  • Made of anodized air craft aluminum

Focusvap Tourist and Zeus Bolt grinder provided by TVAPE.com

From Bud: If you are looking for the best 2 in 1 option for herb and concentrates then this would be a great fit!

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Published at Fri, 25 Aug 2017 18:55:34 +0000

Insights From Medical Marihuana Licensing Board Public Meeting: Dispensaries Are Not Ordered to Shut Down (Yet); Rulemaking Process Continues, as Working Groups Are Announced

Insights From Medical Marihuana Licensing Board Public Meeting: Dispensaries Are Not Ordered to Shut Down (Yet); Rulemaking Process Continues, as Working Groups Are Announced

Insights From Medical Marihuana Licensing Board Public Meeting: Dispensaries Are Not Ordered to Shut Down (Yet); Rulemaking Process Continues, as Working Groups Are Announced

This afternoon, the Medical Marihuana Licensing Board held its second public meeting. Unlike its first meeting, which provided more questions than answers, today both the Board and the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) provided important insights.

The first topic addressed initially left the audience uneasy. Board member Don Bailey began the meeting by reiterating that current dispensary owners, as well as growers and processers assisting them, are operating in violation of Michigan law. He further stated his view that the continued operation of these facilities is fundamentally unfair to those seeking to enter the industry anew once the application process opens up on December 15, 2017. To remedy these problems, Mr. Bailey moved that all existing dispensaries be given until Labor Day to close—and that any who do not comply with this mandate be made ineligible to receive a state license.

Mr. Bailey’s motion was tabled until the end of the meeting, so that the Board could hear from the public. And the public’s statements seemed to have an impact. Although Board member Vivian Pickard initially sided with Mr. Bailey (while recommending that dispensaries be given a couple of additional weeks to wind down their operations), at the end of the meeting she stated that the public had raised many important points, and that she could not definitively say whether the dispensaries should be shut down. Echoing a motion made earlier in the meeting by Board member David LaMontaine, she asked that LARA provide its recommendation, with the Board to revisit the issue at its next public meeting on October 12. Although Mr. Bailey disagreed with this strategy, his request that the dispensaries be ordered to shut down did not have the votes at this time, although Chairman Rick Johnson warned those in the audience that such a result could be inevitable.

Next, Board member David LaMontaine offered two motions that were adopted unanimously:

  • First, the Board asked LARA to present a plan to the Board on how the State is to transition from the current system of dispensaries to the new licensed framework.
  • Second, the Board asked LARA to reach out to municipalities to identify all current dispensaries in the State and determine which of these intend to seek licenses.

Next, Andrew Brisbo, Director of LARA’s Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation (“BMMR”) addressed the Board. Mr. Brisbo started by observing that the Board cannot simply make policy by resolution, but needs to work in consultation with LARA. He then provided a brief update on the statewide seed-to-sale monitoring system, Franwell’s Metrc. Metrc has now established a new website to provide Michigan-specific information on its system. Additionally, Mr. Brisbo announced that in November, LARA will do public “roadshows” across the state to both explain the Metrc system and provide information about the licensing process.

Sarah Hernandez of LARA then provided an update on the mechanics of the application process itself. The State will offer an online application system, to be up and running for the December 15 application date. Specifics on when it will be operational were not available, however.

Finally, LARA Deputy Director Colleen Curtis provided an update on the rulemaking process itself. Ms. Curtis made it glaringly obvious that the State will have emergency rules for the initial application stage. She also announced that for the final, permanent rules, LARA will be forming “work groups” to gather information and receive feedback on five separate topics that the Department must address through the rulemaking process. Each of the five work groups will be comprised of one Board member, as well as members of the public who are knowledgeable in the subject matter. The work groups, and the Board member assigned to the work groups, are as follows:

  • Growers: Vivian Pickard;
  • Processors: Rick Johnson;
  • Safety Compliance: Nichole Cover;
  • Provisioning: Don Bailey; and
  • Secure Transporters: David LaMontaine

Those interested in applying to serve on the work groups may send an email to the Department outlining their contact information, qualifications, and the work group they are interested in serving on by September 5, 2017, at 9 a.m. Work group selections will be made by September 12. Ms. Curtis indicated that additional details regarding the work group process will be made known on the Department’s website.

With all of these additional developments announced, and the application date nearing, the pace is picking up. Please check back with Dykema’s Cannabis Law Blog for further updates, or contact your Dykema attorney with any questions.

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Published at Mon, 21 Aug 2017 16:00:00 +0000

Michigan’s Medical Marihuana Licensing Board Announces Second Public Meeting

Michigan’s Medical Marihuana Licensing Board Announces Second Public Meeting

Michigan’s Medical Marihuana Licensing Board Announces Second Public Meeting

In June, Dykema provided coverage on the Michigan Medical Marihuana Licensing Board’s first public meeting, which allowed members of the public to address the Board for the first time. At that meeting, Chairman Rick Johnson indicated that there would be “at least” one public meeting between the end of June and October 2017.

This week, Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs announced that the Board’s second public meeting will be held on August 21 at 1:30 p.m. Likely in response to the overflow crowd at the first public meeting, the location has changed to the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center in Big Ten Conference Room A. Those unable to attend the meeting in person will be able to stream the meeting live on the Bureau of Medical Marihuana’s website.

As we noted, although the first public meeting was largely an opportunity for the Board to listen to the public, as opposed to a question and answer session, important insights were gained. Dykema will be monitoring the second public meeting for any new information that may come out.

Please check back with the Cannabis Law Blog for further updates.

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Published at Wed, 02 Aug 2017 16:00:00 +0000

Medical Marijuana Rulemaking Process Officially Underway in Michigan

Medical Marijuana Rulemaking Process Officially Underway in Michigan

Medical Marijuana Rulemaking Process Officially Underway in Michigan

On July 20, 2017, Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (the “Department”) filed Requests for Rulemaking under the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act (“MMFLA”), 2016 PA 281, and the Marihuana Tracking Act, 2016 PA 282 with Michigan’s Office of Regulatory Reinvention (“ORR”). On Tuesday, August 8, these RFRs were approved.

Michigan law provides the ORR with authority to approve Requests for Rulemaking “only after it has indicated in its response to the request for rule-making submitted by an agency that there are appropriate and necessary policy and legal bases for approving the request for rule-making.” MCL 24.239(3). Because the MMFLA explicitly requires the Department to promulgate rules, MCL 333.27206, and because the Marihuana Tracking Act requires the Department to establish a statewide tracking system, there was little doubt the requisite “appropriate and necessary policy and legal bases for approving the request for rule-making” existed.

This approval was a necessary first step. But the work is just beginning. Now that the RFR has been approved, proposed rules may be drafted and submitted to ORR, a “Small Business Impact Statement” and a “Regulatory Impact Statement” must be prepared, public hearings held, and the rules reviewed by the Legislature’s Joint Committee on Administrative Rules.

The entire rulemaking process will unfold over a number of months. As we have reported previously, there simply is not time for this process to conclude before applications for licensure can be submitted December 15 of this year. Consequently, the Department will need to issue emergency rules to govern the industry during the time before permanent rules are fully promulgated.

As we reported last week, the Medical Marihuana Licensing Board has set a public meeting for August 21. We anticipate that more information about the rulemaking process may be announced at that time.

Clearly, there is a lot of work left to do, and this week’s approval of the Request for Rulemaking is just the start. Stay with us as the rulemaking process continues to unfold.

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Published at Thu, 10 Aug 2017 16:00:00 +0000

CBD: How Much Cannabidiol Should I Take?

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CBD: How Much Cannabidiol Should I Take?

Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

Full disclosure -we can’t tell you exactly how many CBD Gummies you can eat after your next smoke shop visit, thank to limitations from the FDA. Nor can we tell you exact health benefits (many) or make claims about Cannabidiol itself. Everything in this article is written in a “wink-wink, nudge-nudge” fashion, not to be taken seriously. We suggest you read on if you like a portion of gray-vee with your morning breakfast. Readers, it’s all downhill from here.

Getting the CBD

Chances are, you’re not growing, manufacturing, or extracting CBD right now, or maybe you are. Let’s pretend for the argument that you aren’t – where do you get CBD products in the first place?

Online

The internet has tons of websites peddling off CBD. Some of the most common products are:

  • Oils/Tinctures
  • Gummies
  • Capsules
  • Topicals – Creams/Balms/Lubricant
  • Syrups
  • CBD for pets
  • Sprays

While there will be some variations to this list, these are the CBD products you will encounter most frequently. It’s important though, that with so many sellers and products online, that you have a way to sort through the good and the bad.

Extraction

Look for indications of a company’s extraction methods. Many companies resort to extraction methods involving propane, pentane, butane, and hexane, flammable hydrocarbon gases found in petroleum. Oils made though these practices may be neurotoxic and compromise immune function and healing – definitely not what you’re looking for out of CBD products.

Look for brands that perform Supercritical CO2 extraction. This method uses high pressure carbon dioxide at cold temperatures to isolate and extract pure CBD. CO2 extraction is the most efficient and clean method for extracting CBD, killing off toxins and maintaining purity throughout the extraction process.

Where Is It Sourced?

There is no doubt the climate and conditions where Hemp is raised affects the quality of the final product. Hemp is actually a type of plant known as a “hyperaccumulator,” which means it soaks up the nutrients in the soils it grows in at an above average rate. This places even more of an emphasis on its quality of environment. If your Hemp is grown in a bed of contaminants and pesticides, you’ll ingest a polluted product more so than in other plant-derived substances.

Look for CBD products sourced from reliable European Farms, such as in Germany. Germany is known to have an active regulatory system overlooking the harvest, processing, and extraction of Hemp. There’s also the EU umbrella’s regulations, which are much stricter than regulations placed on American hemp growers. Simply, Europe has a much richer history for Hemp farming, with better procedures than is available in other places around the world.

Brick and Mortar

Due to growing demand, many more storefronts are carrying CBD products on their shelves. You can often find CBD brands in places like smoke shops, gas stations, and dispensaries. Like shopping online, go through some due diligence to find the quality of the products being sold. You may also want to go directly to a brand’s website to check for retail prices. Often, by the time a product reaches your hand, it has gone through a number of transactions with a long money trail. You may be able to buy the same product at lower prices directly.

Taking the CBD

You’ve got the CBD in hand, now, how much goes in mouth? Currently, CBD is unregulated by the Food & Drug Administration. As such, there are no data-driven recommendations for dosages. At this point, “recommended doses” are either made out of common sense or anecdotal evidence. With that said, it is suggested that each individual finds their “golden dosage” through a process of trial and error. Finding the right dose will take time, and may be frustrating, but it’s key to unlocking the therapeutic potential of your Endocannabinoid System.

It’s not only the physiological response that determines dosage but also the symptom. The dosage a Dravet Syndrome patient takes daily may not be a recommended dose for someone who needs to destress. God forbid, someone with an advanced cancer takes CBD as a last resort, may have a different approach than someone taking CBD for muscle pains. This rule might be thought of as “common sense.” That is, while there is not enough scientific data to make claims about Cannabidiol dosage, users should make the best circumstantial decisions they can.

Now, for some readers, the lack of number crunching in this article may be deeply unsatisfying. After all, “common sense” doesn’t have a divisible value. For those readers, here is a chart that presents some ideas about where to start with your CBD dosing plan.

cbd chart

As you can see, normal considerations like weight play a role as well as the severity of the condition, which we touched on earlier. Again, while these guidelines can be taken very generally, self-testing is going to be the most reliable method to find the right dosage.

Review

While there is no definitive answer to “How much Cannabidiol should I take?,” getting the right Cannabidiol could be more important. Potential buyers should examine the extraction and growing methods behind each CBD brand. Once they are confident in their CBD, a period of testing will indicate the proper dosage.  Then, it’s time to let the Endocannabinoid System take over and do its thing.

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Published at Wed, 09 Aug 2017 01:01:38 +0000

VaporFi Air 2: First Time Vaper’s Dream

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VaporFi Air 2: First Time Vaper’s Dream

Tuesday, August 8th, 2017

If you’re anything like me, you’re right on the cusp of being an actual “grown-up” and a bonafide millennial–I’m the last to catch onto the latest bangers of the season, reality tv shows come and go faster than I can catch up to my HBO Go watch list, and I’m definitely late to the viral popularity of vaping culture, yet not so sure if I should follow the trend. Naturally, when given the option to check out the VaporFi Air 2, I jumped at it. Slim and discreet, so I can keep up my facade of “too cool to be a vape kid”, I must say that I am really enjoying the ease of use and the cosmopolitan aesthetic that allows me to easily conceal my new favorite guilty pleasure.

First Time Vaper; Long Time Fan

The VaporFi Air 2 vape pen wins a cool 5-stars for being easy to get started with. I got the startup kit and it came with a very easy-to-understand Quick Start-up guide to point out all the components and where they go. These vape units tend to be some pretty complex devices, and there’s definitely a level of apprehension that comes with making a mistake and ruining the parts your very first time. This particular model came with minimal parts to assemble and instructions concise enough to hold even the shortest of Buzzfeed-fed, twenty-something attention spans. Kudos there. The starter kit included everything I needed, to include the unit, mouthpiece, and two 1.1 ohm oil atomizers. It would be nice for the pack to come with some trial size vape juice to get started; that could have   Double kudos to the unit coming packaged with a fully charged battery; that made the anticipation of trying my vape for the first time easy; unlike other dry herb vaporizers I didn’t have to wait, like back in the days of having to charge a new cell phone or iPod a full three hours before the fun begins.


Coolest vape in the club; and it probably costs way less than yours!

Vaporfi Air 2

My single favorite thing about the VaporFi Air 2 is hands down its sleek aesthetic design and portability. Aside from its ease of assembly and changing out oil/e-liquid, I love how stylish and portable the unit is. The size and appearance are the perfect match for the skinny-jean loving fashionista like myself, and the tiny designer clutch-carrying diva alike. Unlike the typical box units that tend to appear garish and unsightly, and take up more space than desired, the Air 2 model is a perfect fit for my jeans’ fifth pocket–easily its best attribute.

Not to mention, I’ve received nothing but compliments and requests to “hit your new pen” since hitting the office and streets with it. And at a fraction of the cost of comparable pens on the market, it makes even a newbie vaper like me wonder what “the other guys” are doing. I’m not an avid smoker, (though I have been in the past) but one minor disappointment to the user experience is that I don’t necessarily feel the volume of vapor on the draw versus how much comes out of the exhale. So I don’t typically feel how much I’m taking in. I tend to feel more the effects of the CBD oil (I prefer the Blue Moon Hemp Half Moon) over the few nicotine variations I tested out. After refilling the tank several times, I would say I found my “sweet spot” of mixing 3 to 1 CBD oil to 30mg nicotine juice gave me a solid and manageable ease of mood and relaxation. Solid balance through and through.

The battery lasts for only a handful of hours throughout the day, though this is effortlessly compensated for by its recharge time of only 5-10 minutes. I imagine as the newness and allure of the pen wear off, this battery time could extend a full work day on one charge with light to moderate vaping. So as an occasional unit for the light “vaper” or a convenient backup to the most seasoned of fans, I give the VaporFi Air 2 a solid 8/10. Though the first vape of my own (as I’ve briefly tested a few friends’ models), I imagine this will remain my vape of choice at least for the time being.

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Published at Tue, 08 Aug 2017 04:37:57 +0000

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

In this blog, we will go over the pros and cons of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer.

Utillian 720 Provided by: TVAPE.com

From the Sponsor

For The Ambitious Connoisseur: Convection heating, 8 preset temperatures, wax and herb compatibility and simple loading with the magnetic mouthpiece are just some of the ways the Utillian 720 enriches your vapor experience.

Features

  • Exterior Finish: Anodized Aluminum with Rubberized Finish
  • Temperature Settings: 170°C l 175°C l 180°C l 185°C l 190°C l 210°C l 215°C
  • Battery Capacity: 18650 Polymer lithium-ion 2100 mAh

Video Review of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer

Pros and Cons of the Utillian 720

Pros

  – Really quick heat-up time

  – Long battery life

  – Excellent flavor

  – Single-button operation

  – Works well with concentrates

  – Feels good in the hand

Cons

  Honestly, there no issues with this vaporizer to speak of.

FROM BUD: The Utillian 720 Vaporizer is one of my new favorites and I’m putting it into rotation as one of my “go to” vapes.

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Published at Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:41:26 +0000

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

In this blog, we will go over the pros and cons of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer.

Utillian 720 Provided by: TVAPE.com

From the Sponsor

For The Ambitious Connoisseur: Convection heating, 8 preset temperatures, wax and herb compatibility and simple loading with the magnetic mouthpiece are just some of the ways the Utillian 720 enriches your vapor experience.

Features

  • Exterior Finish: Anodized Aluminum with Rubberized Finish
  • Temperature Settings: 170°C l 175°C l 180°C l 185°C l 190°C l 210°C l 215°C
  • Battery Capacity: 18650 Polymer lithium-ion 2100 mAh

Video Review of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer

Pros and Cons of the Utillian 720

Pros

  – Really quick heat-up time

  – Long battery life

  – Excellent flavor

  – Single-button operation

  – Works well with concentrates

  – Feels good in the hand

Cons

  Honestly, there no issues with this vaporizer to speak of.

FROM BUD: The Utillian 720 Vaporizer is one of my new favorites and I’m putting it into rotation as one of my “go to” vapes.

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Published at Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:41:26 +0000

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Best Vaporizer: Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Utillian 720 Vaporizer Review

In this blog, we will go over the pros and cons of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer.

Utillian 720 Provided by: TVAPE.com

From the Sponsor

For The Ambitious Connoisseur: Convection heating, 8 preset temperatures, wax and herb compatibility and simple loading with the magnetic mouthpiece are just some of the ways the Utillian 720 enriches your vapor experience.

Features

  • Exterior Finish: Anodized Aluminum with Rubberized Finish
  • Temperature Settings: 170°C l 175°C l 180°C l 185°C l 190°C l 210°C l 215°C
  • Battery Capacity: 18650 Polymer lithium-ion 2100 mAh

Video Review of the Utillian 720 Vaporizer

Pros and Cons of the Utillian 720

Pros

  – Really quick heat-up time

  – Long battery life

  – Excellent flavor

  – Single-button operation

  – Works well with concentrates

  – Feels good in the hand

Cons

  Honestly, there no issues with this vaporizer to speak of.

FROM BUD: The Utillian 720 Vaporizer is one of my new favorites and I’m putting it into rotation as one of my “go to” vapes.

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Published at Thu, 20 Jul 2017 04:41:26 +0000