One of the things that distinguished illicit drugs from medicine is the way it is administered.
Despite the fact the cannabis has been legalized in many states, patients all over the country are still being treated as criminals every time they self-administer their medicine.
Because cannabis oil is expensive to purchase and tedious to make, many medical marijuana users still choose to smoke the herb to ease their chronic pain or manage their diseases.
This has created a market for more discreet and affordable medicinal cannabis tools.
Introducing The Cannabis Inhaler
To meet the huge demand for medical marijuana, a new company named Vapen Clear has produced the world’s first cannabis inhaler (1).
The inhaler works just like any other inhaler, but it doesn’t contain the bronchodillator Albuterol.
Instead, the formula contains 99.52 percent total activated cannabis with 1000mg of THC per canister. This means that the inhaler can be used 100 times to administer the 10mg recommended dose.
The cartridge may also be set to lower doses to suit your needs. It also comes in three varieties : “Daytime”, “Nighttime”, or “Afternoon”. The “Daytime: inhaler comes with THC from a energy-producing sativa strain while the “Nighttime” inhaler comes with a more relaxing indica strain. As you can guess, the “Afternoon” has a mix of the two.
Unlike vape pens and other tools that allow you to inhale the medicine, the Vapen Clear doesn’t heat the THC, meaning that it’s more potent and bioavailable. This also allows for easier use, since it doesn’t require batteries or a lighter.
Better yet, the inhaler doesn’t produce the distinct smell of cannabis fumes and can be safely carried around as needed.
The inhaler is currently available in California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington (2).
While the cannabis inhaler may market itself as a medicine, the inhaler does contain some unneeded flavoring agents. However, Vapen Clear will likely inspire other more medical tools.