Blue Lotus + THC Liberty Haze dispo vape
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Liberty Haze - 2g Blue Lotus Disposable

Lift your spirits with the citrus, herbal notes of a Liberty Haze botanical terpene blend with soothing blue lotus extract, Delta-8, and HHC. It's the go-to 2g disposable for outdoor adventures and artistic expression. 

Why you'll love it: 
  • 2g Proprietary Blend: Blue lotus extract, Delta-8, HHC, botanical terpenes (Liberty Haze/hybrid profile)
  • ~1,200 puffs
  • Zero carrier liquids
  • USB-C rechargeable 
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Within this curated blend are Delta-8, HHC, and blue lotus, a water lily revered since the times of ancient Egypt for its mood-lifting properties and tendency to promote lucid dreaming. For flavor and uplifting synergy, this blend is balanced with botanical terpenes identical to that of the Liberty Haze cannabis strain. 

Consisting of 2 grams of cannabinoids, blue lotus extract, and terpenes, you get the full effect with no carrier liquids. This disposable should last you approximately 1,200 pulls and is USB-C rechargeable so that you can enjoy every drop.

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Recommended Use

Instructions for use: 
  • Press 5 times for power on
  • Press 2 times to auto preheat 
  • Hold button to vape
  • Press 5 times to power off

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This product cannot be shipped to: ID, WA, OR, CA

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Blue Lotus?

Blue lotus (Nymphaea caerulea), also known as the blue water lily, the sacred blue lily, lotus nymphaea, and the blue Egyptian lotus, is a freshwater aquatic plant that blooms between four to six inches across and is native throughout northern and central Africa.

What are the Effects of Blue Lotus?

When it comes to anything with psychoactive effects, experiences can vary from person to person. However, most who consume this lily describe it as: relaxing, mildly euphoric, promoting vivid/lucid dreams, and mildly "sedating." Compared to THC, the most active compound of cannabis, the effects of blue lotus are going to be much more mild.

Is Blue Lotus Legal?

Yes, as of this writing, blue lotus is legal in every state besides Louisiana. Blue lotus is nowhere on the list of controlled substances as per the Controlled Substance Act, which means that it is federally legal, and you can carry it across state lines. This flower's widespread legality is one of many blue lotus benefits.

Is Blue Lotus Safe?

Blue lotus should only be enjoyed responsibly by adults 21 and over. Though the blue lotus flower is considered by many to be "traditional medicine" for "improving sleep," it is important to note that the Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated such claims.

What is HHC?

HHC, which stands for hexahydrocannabionol, is a naturally occurring compound in hemp. Its chemistry is best explained by a process known as hydrogenation, where a molecule is charged or combined with hydrogen. HHC is essentially a hydrogenated version of THC, having hydrogen atoms where THC's double bonds would be. This small change makes all the difference in terms of the cannabinoid's effects and potency.

What is Delta-8 THC?

The cannabis plant is rich in aromatic terpenes and naturally occurring compounds called cannabinoids, the most commonly discussed of which are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Delta-8 THC is the less intense isomer of Delta-9 THC, the psychoactive component of hemp. Delta-8 is often concentrated from organic CBD oil and infused into gummies, tinctures, and capsules. Although it isn't found in high enough concentrations to be harvested independently, Delta-8 distillate can be added to CBD flower to make Delta-8 Flower. Delta-8 is often concentrated from organic CBD oil and infused into gummies, tinctures, and capsules. Although it isn't found in high enough concentrations to be harvested independently, Delta-8 distillate can be added to CBD flower to make Delta-8 Flower.

What are terpenes?

Terpenes are organic plant molecules that are responsible for the distinct aromas and tastes of various cannabis strains. Terpenes are also found in other plants, which is why some strains of cannabis taste or smell strikingly similar to, say, lemons or pine trees. In cannabis plants like hemp, these naturally occurring compounds enhance the unique effects (like relaxation) of various cannabis strains.

What are Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid?

Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid are all types of cannabis strains. Each strain of cannabis contains a unique terpene profile, lending to distinct effects, aromas, and tastes. This profile determines which category a cannabis strain falls under. Indicas tend to offer more relaxing effects, whereas Sativas are more uplifting. Hybrid strains have Indica and Sativa terpenes but may lean toward one more than the other (hence why some hybrid strains are called Indica-dominant or Sativa-dominant.) For "absolute" Hybrids, there is a perfect balance of Indica and Sativa terpenes.

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