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Updated by T. Elizabeth on Feb 26, 2021 – Fact checked by Dr. A Maldonado

Vape pens contain an internal battery that powers vape cartridges. They come in different shapes and sizes and cover a wide range of uses. There are high quality premium mods, standardized vape pens and even disposable ones. The type of pen to purchase will largely depend on the intended use, but luckily, there are no shortages of options.

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come in different shapes and sizes and cover a wide range of uses. There are high quality premium mods, standardized vape pens and even disposable ones. The type of pen to purchase will largely depend on the intended use, but luckily, there are no shortages of options.

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MARIJUANA CONCENTRATES 101: Vape Pens Canada 

An Introduction to Vape Pens

Weed vape pens are tools used for vaping cannabis extracts. Normally, a vape pen consists of a battery and an atomizer (vape cartridge).  Some vape pens are one single unit with the battery and cartridge attached. These are known as disposable pens and have become a popular cannabis product in Canada. However, some vape pens can be reused depending on the brand and the raw material needed to produce vapour.

 How Do Vape Pens Work?

There are many different types of vape pens and many different parts. However, there are a few parts that all weed pens need to have.

  •   Atomizer: The atomizer is the part that turns the oil, wax, herb, or e-liquid into vapour. It is what makes a vaporizer a vaporizer. Most vape pens use the conduction method to turn material into vapour. This means that the atomizer has to be in contact with the material to turn it to vapour.

To make this possible, the atomizer is usually in the same chamber as the material. The atomizer houses a vape coil, and around the coil is light wicking material to ensure that not too much material is drawn in and not too much heat is put out.

This coil usually only lasts for a few weeks before it needs to be replaced. To adjust the heat, many vape pen manufacturers create air holes at the top or bottom of the chamber, which allows air to be pulled in or blocked as needed.

Effects of  Vape Pens

  • Benefits of Vape Pens: The most common effects associated with weed vape pens are increases in happiness, relaxation, euphoria, sedation, sleepiness, focus, energy and creativity. The effects felt will heavily depend on the strain of weed used and the quantity vaped. 
  • Medical Uses of  Vape Pens: Medical marijuana patients use vape pens to help ease anxiety, specific types of seizures, stress, aches, pains, inflammation, headaches, nausea, sleep issues and appetite loss.
  • Negative Effects of  Vape Pens: The most common side effects are dry mouth, red eyes and lethargy. In rare instances, paranoia, nausea, headaches, dizziness and hallucinations could possibly occur. These negative effects usually affect those that take too much at once. 

Alternatives to  Vape Pens

There is no shortage of cannabis products in Canada. It is no surprise when looking at how many different categories there are. Some of the most popular ways to take cannabis in Canada include:

  • Crumble
  • Rick Simpson Oil (RSO)

Best Place to Buy  Vape Pens in Canada?

The best place to buy vape pens is at Weed Smart, the best online marijuana dispensary in Canada. We offer a wide variety of vape pens and at affordable pricing. We have been working with suppliers for many years and have built strong relationships with leaders in the cannabis industry in order to bring you the best products possible. Order now, start saving and start shopping smart, shop WeedSmart.

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