Product Review: The Wildflower Disposable Vape Pen
Welcome to Leafly’s Product Reviews, where we take a closer look at a cannabis gadget, accessory, or consumable, and give it a test spin. Today we’re trying out the Wildflower disposable vape pen.
The Wildflower Disposable Vape Pen at a Glance
Product Type: Disposable vaporizer (CBD and THC)
Manufacturer: Wildflower Marijuana
Price: $54.99 for CBD, $59.99 for THC
Features: Stainless steel casing, no burn vaporization, enhanced battery life, LED indicator, disposable
Includes: Pack includes 1 disposable CBD or THC pen, depending on which strain the customer chooses
*Available in Washington
Right off the bat, I have to say that I was really impressed with the packaging, presentation, and build quality for a disposable vaporizer. Wildflower really cut no corners in designing this disposable pen; the stainless steel casing gave the pen an immediate quality weight and feel for me when I first held it in my hand.
Each pen stands at about the same height as a cigarette and generally looks identical to some of the other small, similar-shaped disposable vapes out there on the market. However, Wildflower’s disposable vapes set themselves apart with their calming pastel color tones and clean, modern packaging of their pens. Even before trying these pens out I felt that I would be in for a great vaping experience, and that’s a feeling you want with any vaporizer, disposable or not.
The Wildflower disposable vape pen can also be used very discreetly without almost any notice due to the mix of essential oils and their CBD oil. The flowery aromas and the lighter color tones would sooner convince someone it’s an aromatherapy pen and not a cannabis vape pen, so using this anywhere you go should be no problem.
Vaping with the Wildflower
Since these are disposable vape pens, there’s no need for any setup — just take the pen out of the packaging and start inhaling. I was provided with three pens, the two CBD ones “Immunity” and “Aches,” and an “Eclipse” THC one. Each pen consists of a different combination of all-natural CBD or THC oil along with other essential oils for specific effects.
What I really liked about vaping with these pens is that each one provides for an incredibly smooth draw, and if it wasn’t for the LED indicator light flashing after a few seconds I wouldn’t have even known I was inhaling anything. The only pen that was an exception to this effect was the surprisingly refreshing “Aches” CBD one, but that’s mainly due to the use of peppermint oil to aid in inflammation and soreness.
I wasn’t too impressed, however, with the “Immunity” CBD pen. The essential oils in this pen are supposed to help towards strengthening your immune system, but I couldn’t really enjoy the potpourri-like taste the vapor left me with on each pull. I felt that the combination of the flavor and barely feeling the vapor upon inhaling made me feel like I was doing an aromatherapy treatment moreso than using cannabis. Some people may like that aspect, but for me it was something I couldn’t fully enjoy.
The “Aches” pen was great to use after workouts; I could feel my body relaxing much quickly than they would from the effects I’d normally get from a capsule. This makes the pen a great option for someone looking for quick relief for those days when you’re just aching all over and don’t feel like smoking flower.
As for the THC-only version of the pen, this was much more in line with the other disposable vape pens out there on the market. I was provided with the “Eclipse” blend, which is made from a hybrid strain THC oil. While it took quite a few puffs for me to get really stoned, I still enjoyed using this pen thanks to its powerful battery that gives smooth draws and the overall quality feel. Since I have a pretty high tolerance, it took more effort to reach the level of high I wanted, but I could still see this being a great disposable option for those who have lower tolerances or are just looking for a little discreet boost throughout the day.
I couldn’t pick out anything specific as far as the flavor of the “Eclipse” hybrid blend goes, other than it tasted very similar to other disposable vape pens with their THC oil blends. Despite the lightness of the effects, the THC version of the Wildflower disposable vape pen provides a pleasant boost of THC in a small and discreet package.
Just to recap, the Wildflower disposable CBD and THC vape pen are two high-quality disposable vape pens that offer an enjoyable vaping experience with both the smooth, flavor-packed oil blends and the durable, quality materials of the pen itself.
This level of quality, however, is reflected in the retail price for these pens. At $54.99 for the CBD version and $59.99 for the THC ones, these pens are on the higher end of the scale for disposable vape pens, so this may not be the best option for those who are regular tokers or may want more for their money than a disposable pen.
However, if you’re someone that’s looking for a fast-acting CBD option or just a nice, light discreet high within a high-quality package, the Wildflower CBD and THC disposable vape pens are right up your alley.
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