What is 8-Hydroxy-THC?
Your body naturally creates the cannabinoid 8-hydroxy-THC when you consume THC. To help your body absorb more of this molecule, we isolated it, resulting in a more potent version of Delta-8 THC. The number in front of the word “hydroxy” tells you where the double bond is in the molecule.
What is 9-Hydroxy-THC?
The 9-Hydroxy-THC cannabinoid is a chemical your body naturally produces when you consume THC. However, we managed to isolate this chemical to allow your body to absorb more. The end goal is to make regular Hemp-derived THC more potent. The number in front of the word “hydroxy” represents where the double bond is.
What is THCM?
The THCM cannabinoid stands for Tetrahydrocannabinol Methoxy or 1-Methoxy-THC. It is an extremely rare compound found in THC, and because of this, not much is known yet about this cannabinoid. However, it is known to produce a clear-headed high.
What is Live Resin?
Live Resin is the process of extracting cannabinoids from frozen Hemp plants. This results in more potent cannabinoids that include a better flavor and are much closer to the original extract. Our Splats Collection includes this extraction process.
The Splats Collection features a blend of 9-Hydroxy-THC (HXY9-THC) + 8-Hydroxy-THC (HXY8-THC) + THCM + Live Resin. You won’t find this unique blend anywhere else! The Splats Collection is more than just a one-of-a-kind blend; it features some distinct strains that will change how you look at Hemp forever!
What Battery Fits This Cartridge?
Our Splats Collection 2G Cartridges are designed to fit a 510-thread battery.
Why Do Cartridges Clog?
Cartridges can get clogged for a few reasons, which we explain below.
- Moisture & Oil Buildup: Clogs often happen because moisture and oil gather near the top, blocking the mouthpiece. As time goes on, vape oil can accumulate and limit airflow, eventually causing a complete blockage. The solutions we offer can easily fix this issue.
- Frequent Use: Using your cartridge repeatedly and heavily can affect your cartridge’s quality. Frequent hits can heat the oil, causing it to rise and clog the mouthpiece. It can even harm the coil inside, creating another problem.
- Aging Oil: Attempting to extend the life of a vape cartridge can lead to issues. Oil can harden around air holes when left unused for a while. While it’s possible to address this, older oil might not offer a pleasant experience due to its age. Older oil can also become thicker, making it harder to inhale.
- Improper Storage: Where you store your vape cartridge affects its performance. Storing it in warm environments can lead to oil hardening when it cools. Cold storage can make the oil thick and tough to draw.
How Do I Unclog a Cartridge?
A blocked cartridge usually means the airflow is stuck. Here’s a simple way to fix it, step by step:
- Step 1: Inhale normally. If your vape battery has a button, press it while inhaling to warm the oil. Stop pressing before you burn the coil. Keep inhaling until you hear a pop. If not, go to step 2.
- Step 2: Blow gently into the mouthpiece. It might seem strange, but it can push the oil down. Put your lips on the mouthpiece and blow, like inhaling in reverse. If that doesn’t work, try step 3.
- Step 3: Hold the cartridge in your hand for 5 minutes to warm the oil. Repeat steps 1 and 2. If nothing helps, move to step 4.
- Step 4: Use a paper clip if the other steps fail. Unscrew the cartridge and unfold a paper clip to make it long. Gently insert it into the airhole of the mouthpiece to clear the blockage. Don’t go too deep to avoid damaging the hardware. If this doesn’t work, proceed to step 5.
- Step 5: If the cartridge is unscrewed, clean where it connects to the pen with a cotton swab and isopropyl alcohol. If the problem persists, the issue might be with the vape battery. If not, your cartridge could be broken, and you might need a replacement.
How Do I Prevent a Cartridge from Clogging?
Avoiding clogs in cartridges is important. Follow these steps to prevent this issue:
- Store Right: Keep cartridges standing up to stop oil from blocking airflow by gathering at the bottom.
- Temperature and Dryness: Store cartridges in a cool, dry spot to keep the oil thickness just right.
- Warm Up: Before using, gently warm the cartridge to make the oil less thick.
- Keep Clean: Regularly clean the contacts and nozzle to prevent build-up.