• Suzanna Thallman

Are Dank Vapes Safe?

Updated: Nov 20, 2019


Dank Vapes and other non-licensed cannabis cartridges.

We hear a lot about Dank Vapes, and with the recent news of individuals being hospitalized due to black market THC vape cartridges, we felt this was a topic that we should address.


To clear up one of the most common misconceptions we hear: Dank Vapes is not a cannabis processing entity. Dank Vapes has no licensed operations in the United States for cannabis processing. Rather, Dank Vapes is simply a company that seemingly manufactures packaging.

Individual filling cannabis cartridges with distillate.

What this essentially means is that anytime you see a Dank Vapes cart, it means that this has been manufactured by an unknown entity with unknown ingredients, unless you happen to know the processor filling the carts.


The main concern associated with cannabis (dab) carts at this time are the additives that can be included in the pens have possible adverse effects when heated and vaporized. Some of the more common ingredients used to "cut" the carts, or make them look lighter in color to portray higher-quality, include propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, or MCT oil.


High-quality cannabis distillate will generally have this transparent golden color with a thick consistency.

Now that patients are looking for a thick consistency in their carts, cart makers have responded by adding new cutting agents designed to mask the dilution. Many think that this has caused this new spike in hospitalizations, however, there is no definitive way to be sure.


These hospitalizations in other states have shown the importance of ensuring that your cannabis has been lab-tested and approved as safe for medical use. Whether it's a cart from another state-approved program, or from right here in Ohio's medical marijuana program, you can feel confident that you will not need to worry about your medicine negatively impacting your health.


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If you are an Ohioan suffering from one of these 21 medical conditions you may be eligible to treat your ailment with medical marijuana, which includes both THC and CBD products.


Click here to learn more about what Ohio Marijuana Card's state-certified medical marijuana doctors can do for you, or give us a call at (866-457-5559) and our friendly support team can walk you through the entire process, and set you up with an appointment.


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