Major League Extractions – 1.1 G Disposable Vape Pen - Chocolate Caramel
THC disposable vape pens are perfect for those who need to consume cannabis through a more discrete method of delivery.
This Disposable THC pen utilizes vaping technology offering a safer, cleaner high as it heats the THC Oil into vapor / aerosol. Each pen is made with purified distillate as well as organic terpenes which perfectly mimic the taste and smell of particular strains that you are interested, without the harmful effects of CO2 derived oils.
Disposable Vape pens are also self-contained, meaning there is no additional charging or battery required. Should you, however, run out of battery for whatever reason, there is a micro-USB port accessible at the bottom of the pen (you'll need to unscrew the bottom part to access it).
Chocolate Caramel, sometimes mistakenly referred to as Chocolope, is a pure-indica strain (sativa/indica ratio of 0:100) with unknown parentage, though presumably OG Kush is in the picture somewhere. Chocolate Caramel might also share lineage with other "chocolate" strains, or its name may simply refer to its dark appearance. This strain's predominately physical high testifies to its pure indica heritage, delivering a potent body buzz with psychoactive effects and a powerful case of the munchies. This makes Chocolate ideal for treating lack of appetite and unhealthy weight loss. It's also effective against chronic pain. This strain is known to be quite strong, but exact details about its THC content aren't widely available. The same is true of the CBD levels in Chocolate Caramel, which means the strain probably shouldn't be used as primary treatment for conditions that respond to CBD, such as seizure disorders. This strain has a strong, Skunky aroma and flavor, while the bud is dark green with brown hairs, dense nugs, and a frosty layer of trichome crystals. Side effects may include dry mouth, dry eyes, and paranoia, while dizziness and headaches are also possible. It's probably easiest to find Chocolate Caramel on the West Coast and in Colorado, but it's uncommon even there.