Actress and comedian Whoopi Goldberg professes to have a love affair with it. NPR reports that even moms and grandmas are getting turned on to marijuana because of it. And parents and educators are in a panic because it’s so easy for teens to hide it. Yes, the vape pen may soon make the idea of rolling a joint and smoking it a thing of the past.
It’s portable, discreet, easy to use, and most importantly, it won’t harm you or your lungs the way smoking does. While it’s easy to see why recreational users are so enthused, what the vape pen does for medical cannabis users is nothing short of life changing.
Goldberg, who uses a vape pen for relief from glaucoma, writes in her column for the Cannabist:
“The vape pen has changed my life. No, I’m not exaggerating…I named her Sippy because I take tiny, little sips — sassy sips, even — from her. And with each sip comes relief — from pressure, pain, stress, discomfort.”
Cannabis extracts are the popular choice for use in vape pens. For companies like Constance Pure Botanical Extracts, it’s a marriage made in heaven. They are the only provider offering medical cannabis via vape pens and their oil placed high in San Francisco’s Best Concentrate competition for best taste and effect with a vaporizer. Read more on vape pens and their use with medical cannabis >>