I’m sure at some point or another you’ve been in a dispensary and saw a syringe-looking device. Or maybe you haven’t and we sound like junkies over here, but trust me, this is 100% THC goodness.
So what is a THC syringe and what exactly is it used for? Let’s take a look at why you may want to try one.
THC syringes are plastic (needleless) syringes filled with full-spectrum cannabis oil.
Full-spectrum refers to the vast amount of cannabinoids found in cannabis oil. The oil in the syringe is usually extremely dark/thick.
The plastic syringe is used to dispense cannabis oil and allows the ability to dispense cannabis oil to precise amounts exactly the amount you want.
Syringes are also an easy way to keep the cannabis oil fresh while maintaining ease of dosing.
Cannabis oil is a marijuana extract made utilizing a solvent to extract cannabinoids. The oil has lots of THC with a fine assortment of other cannabinoids. The most common solvent is grain alcohol.
Marijuana flower material is placed in a large container with alcohol added after.
The mixture is stirred and crushed over and over into the alcohol until the liquid is nice and green.
Like, Hulk green.
After a little time, alcohol is drained from the remaining plant mixture.
That mixture will then be heated in a container and the residual alcohol will evaporate.
Those needing cannabis oil typically need it in precise doses.
The syringes allow for exact dose measurements marked on the syringe itself.
This ensures that no cannabis oil is wasted during usage.
Syringes are especially useful for those with impaired motor functions (seizures, tremors, etc.). Syringes can be used to squirt medicine directly into the mouth without any oil spilling.
Syringes are typically used for oral consumption but they can also be used to measure cannabis oils used in edibles.
Cannabis oil is perfect for those that require a full spectrum of cannabinoids at bigger doses throughout the day. It should be noted by patients that cannabis helps you get the full spectrum of cannabinoids that were in the plant matter used to create the oil.
Concentrates like distillate (also found in syringes) are normally bought for their THC/THCA potency. Cannabis oil is bought for its THC containing plant matter and other cannabinoids. THC, THCA, and CBD are cannabinoids those who use syringes typically are looking for. Distillate only has THC/THCA.
THC syringes can be used in different ways to help an individual’s needs.
When using a THC syringe be sure to read the instructions. Each dose depends on the person involved. Typically, doses should be about the size of half a grain of rice and should be administered once every eight hours (morning, noon, and night).
I hope I don’t have to say this but I probably do, don’t be a badass!
My brother, both a major stoner and dealing with major pain from awful brain cancer, couldn’t handle feeling the potent high the oil produced.
Start low and build to it.
The cannabis oil also has a robust and bitter taste that might not be too enjoyable for some.
I always suggest taking it with a tasty munchie treat which is high in fats.
Foods such as peanut butter or yogurt mask its bitter taste and increase THC absorption throughout your body.
No worries to those not seeking medical relief.
THC syringes add an extra kick to your buds.
Just a little cannabis oil from the syringe onto the buds can reduce the amount of flower you go through.
This mostly applies to distillate syringes. Some creative other uses for THC syringes.
You simply put small amounts of the distillate onto your marijuana while rolling a joint before smoking it.
Just know that adding distillate to joints can ruin the durability and can lead to a sticky situation.
Don’t put too much.
Distillate syringes can be ideal for dabbing because you can easily dispense a drop of distillate right onto your dab tool. Some syringes come with a metal tip. This can allow you to also directly dab your syringe to a banger/nail.
So maybe it’s about time you give THC syringes a chance.
There are so many benefits of THC syringes.
They come in different sizes and can give accurate doses for those who need them.
The Stone has two dispensary locations nearby: Denver and Lakewood
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Kind Meds has a location in downtown Denver
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