Additional Product Information
- NOT Refillable
- 2.2ml | 2200mg
- Pre-Heat Function
- Click 5 times to turn on
- Click 2 times to pre-heat
- Proprietary Ceramic Coil Technology
- USB C charger cable NOT included
- Remove mouth guard
- Click button 5 times to turn on
- Click button 2 times to pre-heat
- Hold button when taking a puff
Ingredients: Oleoresin, THC-O, THC-P
** THIS DEVICE IS DISPOSABLE**
Torch Diamond Extrax Collection
We’ve collaborated with another Hemp company to bring you our exclusive Torch Diamond Extrax collection. What makes this collaboration different is that we’ve combined our delicious terpenes and cannabinoids with a proprietary ceramic coil technology. This means that you’re getting a high quality device along with a unique experience like no other. In addition, we’ve included Oleoresin which ensures a great tasting flavor down to the last puff.
What is Oleoresin?
Oleoresin is an extraction process used to make Hemp-derived THC. This process involves frozen Hemp plants which are similar to the Live Resin extraction process. The biggest difference between Oleoresin and Live Resin is the temperature at which the Hemp plants are used for this extraction process; also, the finished product is a lot more potent and helps retain more flavonoids and terpenes.
What is THCP?
THCP first begins as a substance initially formed as cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), known as the “mother cannabinoid” from which cannabinoids derive from. By the same token, TCHPA (Tetrahydrocannabiphorol Acid) becomes THCP and on its own it’s 33 times stronger than regular THC, which means its effects on the body are amplified.
What is THC-O?
Chemically speaking THC-O is derived from Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA), the precursor to THC. Because it is an isolate and is odorless and tasteless, THC-O can be used as the base ingredient in a variety of products. On its own, THC-O is 3 times stronger than regular THC; However, we combine enough THC-O to make your experience enjoyable. When THC-O is paired with different cannabinoids it tends to produce what is known as an entourage effect.