01.05.2017
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Suicide Girls Are Selling Vape Cartridges; Will Get You High as Sex

The Zero, Hustle, Chill collection is a great way to lose yourself in a cloud.

The weed scene is changing. In the good way: Marijuana is mainstream. And a key driver of this almost normalized social use is the vape pen. Dosing cannabis has never been so stylish or convenient. But also done with specific intentions––weed is consumed these days for all types of reasons. The portability and ease of use of vape pens have the latest in weed-tech products emerging as a preferred delivery method for that sweet, weedy, honey/hash oil.

In fact, vaping is one of the fastest growing sectors in modern weed.

This is where the new line of vaporizer cartridges from Suicide Girls comes into frame. The collection––Zero (THCV hybrid), Chill (indica), and Hustle (sativa)––are right on trend; engineered to deliver predictable outcomes. According to a press release from the brand, the vapes, which retail at $55-per-1 ml cartridge, are produced using “a supercritical C02 molecular extraction method.” 

Hoping the consumption experience would be as “supercritical” as the manufacturing process, a KINDLAND panel of one put the Suicide Girls vape-cartridge line to the test.


Chill (Indica)

THC Level: 
60 percent

Flavor:
According to our SG PR contact, the oil inside the cartridges is sourced from “sun grown cannabis,” a/k/a outdo, and lab-tested to ensure the product is free of any pesticides and fungicides. The predominant flavor––weed––is definitely present and noticeable as heck, but it isn’t overwhelming. A note on the labeling detailing which exact strain of cannabis used to make said oil is to be desired. For now, its absence is not a deal-breaker.

Did it chill me out?
It’s pretty hard not to feel all kinds of chill when tasked with thinking critically about a vape pen experience, especially when you’re puffing on it among the clouds and skyscrapers, on the roof of your office-building. In regard to THC-induced-chills beyond all that: Present.


Zero

THCV Level:
60 percent

Flavor:
Still just weed. (Not a bad thing.)

Did it curb my appetite; stave off the munchies?
The THCV cannabinoid is believed to suppress hunger, and the Zero pen is marketed as capable of providing the user with such an effect. Nonetheless, I ate a candy bar shortly after trying this pen, which may say more about me than the effectiveness of the Zero cartridge. Sometimes I can get a little high strung, and this cartridge made me mostly just high.


Hustle

THC Level:
60 percent

Flavor:
I assume this cartridge too tasted like, well, weed, but mine broke somewhere between my desk and my pocket and my lunch-break, and began to leak––so I didn't want to risk vaping pocket lint.

Does this cartridge inspire one’s inner hustler?
Weed brings out the creative beast in us all; so even though I was unable to fully appreciate the “pure sativa oil,” which its makers say can fuel one’s creative energy, I trust that it probably could. 

 

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