There has been a lot of news recently about contaminants in vape pens and cartridges that use cannabis oil, nicotine, and CBD. While illicit vape products are the overwhelming culprit, additives approved for cartridge use are also being scrutinized.Contaminants range from propylene glycol(AKA PG or PEG), vegetable glycerin, and synthetic tocopheryl-acetate, not to mention various pesticides, heavy metals like lead and cadmium, and residual solvents like Toluene, a paint-thinner.
Quality-minded artisanal producers of vaping products, like the local New Mexico-based Sacred Garden and its sister company Sacred Wellness, have long known that these substances are not ingredients of a quality product and should never be ingested by customers or patients alike. In lieu of such harmful substances, these local companies use natural steam distilled terpenes.
Local New Mexico artisans honor the mantra that “Less Is More.” Sacred Garden and Sacred Wellnesscan guarantee the purity of their products, because they grow and produce most of everything they sell. Typically, this means they have their own kitchen, extraction lab, production line and most often an organic grow facility. From soil to sale, outstanding producers treat every aspect of production as an artform. Every step, down to choosing quality ingredients, is part of their fine-tuned craft.
For more information about products and process, visit Sacred stores in Albuquerque or Santa Fe. They also have websites Sacred.Garden and Sacred-Wellness.com