We have put together a few different videos to walk you through the process of making your own concentrate infused e-juice. Please contact us if you have any questions!
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Before you begin, lay out all your materials on a clean surface with plenty of space. Add 1 gram of extract or concentrate to your glass mixing container and place it on the hot plate. Add the Holy Terp solution of your choice in a 2:1 ratio. Measure out 2 mL or 2 grams of solution per 1 gram of concentrate or extract. Note that 36 drops is approximately 1 mL or 1 gram of Holy Terp liquid.
Now, turn the hot plate on, keeping it at 150 degrees Fahrenheit or below. You can also use a lighter to heat the mixture, but we recommend using a heating source you can more easily control.
Once your concentrate and the solution have cooled together to form a homogenous solution, you can vape your juice immediately. Simply fill your syringe with the liquid, inject into your cartridge or tank, and enjoy!
If you’d like to infuse your cannabis with terpene profiles found in popular cannabis strains, you can use your concentrate or extract with our Cannabis Terpene line of solutions. Alternatively, if you like the extract you are starting off with, you can add flavored terpenes with our Pure Line. We carry everything from Super Lemon Haze and Strawberry Cough to Bubble Gum and Tangerine.
You can follow the same process as with the glycol based terpene infused solutions, but with modified ratios. Our cannabis and Pure line are very rich in terpenes and do not require as much solution to mix with your cannabis extract in order to liquefy it. Unlike the ratio with the glycol based solution, instead of 2:1 you will only need at maximum 0.6:1. Pure works very quickly to liquefy your concentrate and you should only use 0.1 mL – 0.6 mL per 1 gram of concentrate or extract.
For honey oils extract, only use 0.1 mL of Pure solution, while for solid concentrates, you should use closer to 0.5 mL of Pure solution. Note that 4 drops is approximately 0.1 mL and that 1 mL weighs approximately 1 gram.