You’re a health-conscious person, and you want to know that what you’re putting into your body is safe. That’s probably one of the biggest reasons why you vape your cannabinoids instead of smoking them – because you’re hoping that it’s a good decision from a health standpoint. So, are vapes safe? More importantly, are disposable vapes safe? In this article, we’ll help to shed some light on those questions by addressing them from a few different angles.
Let’s start by discussing the question of whether vapes are safe at the most basic level. What are the main differences between cannabis vaping vs. smoking?
Is Cannabis Vaping Safer Than Smoking?
What are the things that make cannabis vaping better than smoking from a safety standpoint? The primary feature of vaping is that it means you’re not inhaling combustion products such as tar and carbon monoxide. Avoiding the inhalation of combustion products is definitely a good thing – and vaping cannabis is superior to smoking from a smoothness standpoint as well. If you’ve been smoking cannabis for a while, you’re probably no stranger to the experience of hacking up a lung after taking a big bong rip. You won’t have that type of experience when you vape cannabis because vaping is inherently smoother. Some of our devices like the PS1 vaporizer increase the smoothness even further with built-in water bubblers.
Another enormous advantage of cannabis vaping vs. smoking is the fact that only vaping allows you to consume novel cannabinoids like Delta-8 and HHC-P in isolation. Cannabis flower offers a plethora of naturally occurring cannabinoids, but there’s no way to isolate just one of those cannabinoids from the others when you consume cannabis in its smoked form. To experience the benefits of just one cannabinoid, you have to vape it.
What Makes CCELL® Disposable Vapes Special?
CCELL® makes some of the most popular disposable vapes for cannabis oils on the market, and Hamilton Devices is an authorized seller of CCELL® products. CCELL® also manufactures some of the safest disposable vapes in the world, and here are some of the features that make them unique.
- The CCELL® ceramic coil offers the industry’s best performance with thick cannabis oils, allowing you to enjoy enormous puffs of vapor with fewer harsh “dry hits” as can often happen with cheap, low-quality devices.
- The CCELL® coil uses a top-quality heating surface that promotes even vaporization with no spitback.
- A CCELL® disposable vape has a built-in automatic puff limiter that cuts off automatically during extremely long puffs to prevent overheating.
- CCELL® disposable vapes are designed to be leak resistant, ensuring that you won’t lose any of your expensive vape oils. Some CCELL® disposables even use glass enclosures for incredible preservation of flavor.
- CCELL® disposable vapes are available in both refillable and tamper-evident versions. If you buy a pre-filled CCELL® disposable vape, you’ll be glad to know that no one has opened the device after its initial filling at the factory.
How to Buy the Safest Vape Device when You Shop for Disposable Vapes
When you shop for disposable vapes, you always want to know that you’re buying the safest vape device possible. Although it seems likely that disposable vapes are safer than smoking simply because of the fact that you’re not inhaling smoke and its harsh chemical byproducts, there are certain unsafe situations that you definitely want to avoid when you buy disposable vapes. Here’s how to ensure that you’re always buying the safest disposable vapes possible.
Always Buy Authentic Disposable Vapes
One of the best ways to ensure that you’re getting a safe product when you buy a disposable vape is by buying an empty device and filling it with your own oil. We sell guaranteed authentic empty CCELL® disposable vapes here at Hamilton Devices, enabling you to do exactly that.
Many people who use disposable vapes prefer to use products that are already filled, though – and if that’s the case for you, it’s important to ensure that you’re only buying authentic products.
We strongly recommend against buying pre-filled disposable vapes from companies outside the vaping and cannabis industries – such as gas stations and convenience stores – because there’s a high risk of receiving counterfeit products from retailers such as those. Instead, you should buy pre-filled disposable vapes from vape shops, licensed dispensaries and direct from the manufacturers.
There are great safety risks involved with buying fake disposable vapes because companies that manufacture counterfeit devices will often attempt to dilute the cannabis oil to make the devices more profitable. Some of the diluents that have been found in fake cannabis disposable vapes and cartridges include vitamin E and MCT oil – both of which are extremely unsafe to inhale.
It can be helpful to look for disposable vapes that have authenticity codes printed on their packages. Don’t just scan the QR code on the package to go to the manufacturer’s website, though, because the package for a counterfeit disposable vape will often have a QR code that sends you to a fake website. The fake website will say that a counterfeit disposable vape is actually legitimate. You can avoid this trick if you navigate to the manufacturer’s website manually.
The safest vape device is an authentic one – so always shop carefully.
Download Test Results Before Buying
When you read about novel cannabinoids like THC-P, THC-H and HHC-O, one of the things you’ll learn is that these cannabinoids aren’t typically extracted directly from cannabis flowers. Instead, they’re usually converted from CBD isolate. Converting one cannabinoid to another is a complicated process that often involves the use of harsh chemical catalysts, solvents and pH adjusters – and you obviously don’t want any of those chemicals to be present in a disposable vape once that product reaches store shelves.
When you buy any cannabis-based disposable vape – whether it’s filled with cannabis distillate or an individual cannabinoid such as CBD, Delta-8 or THC-O – you want to know you’re getting a product that’s pure, potent and safe. A manufacturer of disposable vapes should always send product samples to a third-party lab for testing, and the lab’s tests should verify that none of the chemicals used in the cannabinoid conversion are still present in the final product. The manufacturer should make those test results public for anyone to view. If you research a particular disposable vape and find that there are no lab tests available for it, you should buy another product.