Frequently Asked Questions

К.I.N.D. Concentrates offers THC vape cartridges, capsules and Rick Simpson oil in a variety of strains, flavors, and sizes. For a smooth strain-specific experience try К.I.N.D. Resin carts with a great traditional taste, a THC level of minimum 70% and the convenience of a vape pen form factor. For more information visit our blog. Another very potent option you can try is sweet karts, coming in a variety of fresh fruity flavors, these carts guarantee a minimum of 90% THC. For more information on the difference between K.I.N.D. Resin and sweet karts, check out our blog post on the topic.

What exactly is K.I.N.D. Resin? K.I.N.D. Resin is a high-quality concentrated form of medical cannabis oil that gives users a clean, potent, and even more flavorful experience than other medical marijuana concentrates. K.I.N.D. Resin has its own unique texture, extracted from whole-plant flower which is flash frozen right after harvest, with a bright golden color. Our K.I.N.D. Resin comes in the form of a pre-filled vape pen cart and can be found in the following states:

Find your K.I.N.D.  Resin Cart in Oklahoma

Find your K.I.N.D. Resin Cart in California

Find your K.I.N.D. Resin Cart in Arizona

Thankfully, no! The K.I.N.D.  Resin cartridge gets its name from the creation process, where the fresh cut flower is flash frozen and processed in its most “alive” form. Because of this process, our K.I.N.D. Resin carts have a robust strain-specific flavor, unlike other distilled concentrates you might find in your favorite dispensary.

For those who use medical marijuana, K.I.N.D. Resin karts provide immediate relief for a variety of medical needs while still retaining their terpene profile due to the nature of their processing. Many people that used to medicate traditionally now use our K.I.N.D. Resin cartridge in their vape pens, having the same effects that they need combined with the convenience of a pre-filled THC vape cart.

Yes and no – it depends on the strain used to create our K.I.N.D. Resin cartridges, due to the strain-specific process used. Our K.I.N.D. Resin carts constantly test at a minimum of 70% of THC. That said, higher amounts of terpenes have been shown to increase the effects of THC and CBD, so we’ll let the science speak for itself. Find K.I.N.D. karts here.

It is surprisingly simple to use our pre-filled K.I.N.D. Resin carts, simply pick up a vape pen battery and attach it, it is easy to use and easy to maintain. For more info on K.I.N.D. Resin and just what makes it so unique please visit our blog K.I.N.D. Resin cartridges are available in dispensaries in the states of Oklahoma, Arizona, and California. Find a dispensary near you where you can buy them from following this link.

Absolutely no! K.I.N.D. Concentrates are not produced using butanes. We use a variety of hydrocarbons and different fluorocarbons, CO2 mostly. Your safety is our top priority.

Kaps are a great option for medical marijuana patients in Arizona that cannot smoke or ingest edibles due to medical or personal issues. Additionally, they’re an incredibly discreet way to medicate and can be taken at any time without interruption to your day.

Kaps are made by suspending concentrated THC and/or CBD from medical marijuana in coconut oil. The mixture is then placed in 100% plant-based, vegan capsules ready for consumption

The nectar THC vape cart and K.I.N.D. Resin vape cart, while similar, are two different products that have high terpene levels. Nectar is made by using a steam distilled nug run process (Whole flower), while K.I.N.D. Resin’s frozen process is made with hash oil. Nectar’s end result is a clean, intense flavor, while K.I.N.D. Resin’s flavor is more robust.

100% not! There’s no butane in our concentrates game.

Rick Simpson oil is made by grinding up the pure organic flower and placing it in an alcohol solvent to extract the cannabinoids. The mixture is washed twice with the solvent, and the alcohol is cooked out of the mixture at a low temperature for a substantial amount of time. This process of soaking the medical cannabis draws the therapeutic compounds out of the plant, leaving a tar-like liquid after the solvent fully evaporates.

Rick Simpson is a Canadian engineer who, in 2003, began cultivating and harvesting cannabis to create his own form of concentrated cannabis, also known as Rick Simpson oil or phoenix tears. Rick Simpson is an evangelist for the positive effects of this concentrate and claims that it cured his skin cancer, although this claim has not been corroborated by formal medical research. Find out more in our article on the topic.

Nope! At K.I.N.D. Concentrates, we never use butane to create our medical marijuana concentrates. Safety first!

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