A Vape Pen, Really?
I was thinking this way before my first ever vape session yesterday using my new O.Pen Vape Pen.
I would thing while smoking flower, wow this is pretty kick-ass shit and I wondered how vaping could be any better, it can get any better than this, but boy was I wrong!
The Vaping Experience
Smoking good flower is a truly grand experience, and by flower I mean a nicely trimmed bud. The vaping experience is a whole new chapter in my life. Uh huh!
First the vaping tool. Like I said before, I use the O.PenVape which is all mine in the picture above. There is no lighter, loading or luffing of ash with this unit which is almost notable as the odor free experience. The flavor emitted from this unit is nothing short of amazing! In the 8 seconds it takes to pull a full hit per their instructions, it regulates you consume 1 mg of vaporized oil, but you can pull up short of a full 8 seconds and not be penalized. Which leads me into the next reason:
- Being a vapor there is no smoke.
No smoke leads to a session that is free of any smoke induced haze which is an awesome clearheaded experience. Which brings me to:
- That clearheaded experience could last you up to 4+ hours into the day without a refresher pull.
- I am pulling of a 250 mg Indica Blueberry Kush strain that leaves me very focused when tapping keys on the keyboard. This Indica came in at 37.3% THC, combine that with a 8 second pull and 2 mg and I am feeling more than fine. There are no O.Pen buttons to push, you just inhale through the mouth piece toll the blue lights at the far end flash twice and stops, indicating a full pull. What a low wonderful 8 second experience you have as the vapor penetrates your bloodstream.
With the O.Pen Vape experience you are about to enter into a new realm of THC which is a pretty awesome experience So where it’s legal, I suggest you pony up to your dispensary and see if the carry this product line and if the don’t, I would suggest finding a new provider who does!
Good day my friends and be well!
Mike is not a TBI doctor, he is just an advocate for traumatic brain injury. He offers his advice on brain injury from a survivors perspective and it is up to you to take or ignore his advice. Meaning he is not responsible in any way for your actions. He offers his advice for free on the world wide web and you should take it as such, cheap advice.