Why we love it
We noticed that most CBD vape oil on the market is cut with MCT oil or other additives that are no bueno for your lungs, and we wanted to do better. This is CO2 extracted full spectrum CBD distillate and natural plant terpenes for a subtle, satisfying taste and the “entourage effect” benefits of indica, sativa and hybrids.
Our hardware has a ceramic core for clean vaping, and comes with a rubber stopper and bottom screw for clean storage and to prevent any leaking in transit. The “510 Thread” bottom screw works universally with most batteries on the market, in addition to all TribeTokes batteries.
RAISING THE BAR
“This vaporizer from TribeTokes looks just like a fancy pop-up car key. It’s easy to conceal and makes you feel like a cannabis-loving spy. Any type of cartridge works in this fun rechargeable vaporizer, but try TribeToke’s CBD Mango Haze for a tropical toke.”
– Allure, The 15 Best CBD Vape Pens
“TribeTokes is a woman-owned company that makes taking CBD accessible and chic. This kit has everything you need (battery and CBD cartridge) to begin your vape journey.”
– Marie Claire, 12 CBD Products That You Should Actually BuyLearn more about TribeTokes vape oil:
- Cannabinoid Information
- Terpene Information
- Lab Results / Certificates of Analysis
- Blog Post: What’s In Your Vape?
- NO MCT, PG, VG or Vitamin E Acetate ♀️
We pride ourselves on having only 2 ingredients in our all natural CBD Vapes:
- Full Spectrum CBD Distillate: Hemp-Derived, Grown & Processed in the USA
- Plant-Based Terpenes
Each cartridge is on average ~75% cannabinoids (375 mg) and 10%+ terpenes, and the balance are the other oils/extracts from the hemp plant.
Here is the average cannabinoid breakdown per cartridge ( % / mg per full gram of oil):
- 54.5% CBD / 546 mg
- 10.6% CBG / 106 mg
- 4.7% CBDv / 46 mg
- 0.2% THC / 2 mg
- 0.2% CBC / 2 mg
- 0.08% CBN / 0.8 mg
Each strain profile is extracted from living plants, so there may be slight variance in color as TribeTokes does not use stabilizing chemicals in its production process. Color variance has no effect on quality.
All products contain zero or less than 0.3% THC.
You should always know what you’re putting in your lungs! We test our vapes with an independent third party laboratory for potency, heavy metals, residual solvents, pesticides, mycotoxins and microbial.
When you purchase your vape it will have a sticker with the lab results on it. We post the lab results from the most recent batch in circulation on our site, please see: Certificates of Analysis
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Sativa vape?
A Sativa vape is a type of vape device which uses liquid derived from Cannabis sativa. This plant is typically cultivated in areas that have hot and dry climates, like Africa and Southeast Asia. Compared to Indicas, Sativas are lankier and produce long green buds.
Sativa vapes are best used during the daytime because they provide an energizing mind-high. Users typically use this type of vape to boost focus, productivity, and creativity.
In terms of taste, most strains of Sativa are characterized by their fruity flavor profiles, unlike Indicas, which are richer in taste.
Is Sativa better for anxiety or Indica?
The answer depends largely on what you want to achieve. Both cannabis strains can aid in managing the symptoms of anxiety but work quite differently from one another. Indica has a calming effect and is best used to soothe an overactive mind. On the other hand, Sativa increases mental activity, which may accentuate symptoms like paranoia.
However, this shouldn’t stop you from using Sativa for anxiety. According to some studies, Sativa works as a Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI), which is used for managing depression. Sativa is best used for managing anxiety and OCD, but the effects aren’t immediate. For best results, consult a licensed professional to help you choose between Sativa and Indica.
Why do Sativas make me sleepy?
Sativas are best used for daytime because of their invigorating effect on the mind. Indicas, on the other hand, are typically consumed during nighttime because they can help induce sleep. Although it may sound unusual, it is possible to get sleepy after vaping on a Sativa cart.
One reason behind your sleepiness is that people react to cannabis differently. In your case, the same vape cart that most people use for a head high gives you a body high. It’s also possible that your cart was derived from a hybrid and possesses some of the properties associated with Indicas. Finally, one possible reason behind your sleepiness is that you are just consuming too much. Try cutting back a little to get the mind high you’re after.
Should I take Sativa at night?
Sativa strains are best used during day time to help focus and become more creative. Indicas, on the other hand, are best used during the night to help you relax and wind down after a good day’s work.
Sativa is like coffee because of its stimulating effects on the mind. Consuming Sativa before going to sleep may be a bad idea if you are going to bed. A high dosage of Sativa can make sleeping a struggle.
However, taking Sativa isn’t a bad idea if you are partying the night away. But generally, most strains of the plant are ideal for daytime use. If you need to wake up early, don’t use it a few hours before sleeping.
Does Sativa help you focus?
Your deadline is looming on the horizon, and that second serving of coffee or energy drink isn’t working. If you want to increase your focus to finish the task at hand, a Sativa CBD cart can help.
According to some studies, the consumption of Sativa aids in cognitive performance by boosting productivity, focus, and creativity. Many users report that Sativas are also perfect for performing physical tasks.
But be aware that Sativa, and CBD carts, in general, affect people differently. If you need to focus on finishing a task, erring on the side of caution and starting with a low dosage is recommended.
What’s In Your Vape? Things You Need To Know
To be blunt, we need to talk about what’s in vape cartridges. Too many THC cartridges and CBD cartridges use additives and thinning agents that are potentially damaging to our bodies. These dubious additives have been linked to a series of medical issues from sore throats to popcorn lung. While additional data is needed for conclusions, findings not only urge for further testing but also for these findings to be considered in policymaking.