We meet Amber Gold Xtracts, a fake brand of bunk oil filled by people in their garage who yell at everybody else for doing the same.
31 Flavors is an unlicensed, unregulated THC cartridge brand with no company behind it. It's on the black market and could contain anything.
1Match is a mystery brand which pops up quite often online and at festival booths. There is no licensed company behind it.
$auce Extracts, Bank$ Extracts, and Ca$h Carts are all a family of fake brands with mystery oil. The only thing consistent is the stupid "$."
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Here we go through our picks for the best live resin cartridges. This covers multiple states.
California Confidential vape carts are a fake brand with nobody behind them and mystery oil inside. Nothing California or Confidential about them.
Monopoly carts are a fake brand of THC vape cartridges. If you inhale one, go directly to the hospital - do not pass "Go," do not collect $200.
Pure One counterfeit empty cartridges have been spotted online, along with a couple of reports from suspicious customers.
Lucky Carts Medicated Vapes seem to be a package-only black market brand with no owner and mystery oil. You'll need luck if you vape these.
Lion's Breath cartridges appear to be a fake brand, either black market or counterfeit from a brand that once existed. They're mystery carts.
There's more to counterfeit hardware than just fake THC oil cartridges. Knock-off vaporizers and wax pens are out there too.
Runtz are a fake brand with no company backing them, created by black market package printers. That goes for baggies, tins, cans, cartridges, everything.
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Cartnite oil cartridges are a fake brand, widely spread and distributed. They could contain anything at all, including lethal chemicals.
Star Wars vape cartridges have been spotted in the wild. They are obviously a fake brand, and an extremely bold violation of copyright to boot.
We explore the mystery of the phantom vendor, The Pen Depot, who seems to be hawking fake 710 brands at music festivals that barely exist.
While Prop 64 in California erased the criminal record of thousands of marijuana convictions, some were not so lucky and serve life sentences.