Some growers claim the problem can be cleared up by adding 1 tsp. of 35% hydrogen peroxide per 20 gallon of reservoir water. Bueller, lunnez13, kendog000 and 10 others like this.
Michoacan, Bueller, DogFaceDude and 3 others like this. Michoacan, Bueller, DogFaceDude and 2 others like this. Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 001.JPG 249.25KB 92 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 014.JPG 229.81KB 95 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 004.JPG 278.86KB 90 downloads skunky cindy (2).JPG 216.19KB 89 downloads skunky cindy.JPG 246.93KB 89 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 003.JPG 118.82KB 103 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 008.JPG 207.42KB 102 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 007.JPG 191.08KB 111 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 012.JPG 166.8KB 115 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 013.JPG 203.23KB 100 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 015.JPG 303.46KB 83 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 016.JPG 234.09KB 90 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 017.JPG 224.64KB 81 downloads Snow Storm Purple Maxx Gravity 018.JPG 244.88KB 68 downloads. Bueller, DogFaceDude, maddfarmer and 2 others like this. Bueller, DogFaceDude, maddfarmer and 2 others like this. Members 923 posts Location Flowering Room Near You! Just harvested about 6 oz of skunky cindy, with and without the Humbolt county products. I weighed them side by side, and the Humbolt County zip was 25% less volume in the bag. The Snowstorm buds are more crumbly in your fingers, but sticky as heck, a burst of intense, sweet, skunk smell when crumbled.
I would probably say the high is similar, although there is a noticable difference. The Snow buds maybe have a tad more confusion about the buzz, kind of trippy sort of. It's fabulous smoke after a few months cure, anyway, so will test them side by side then. Hey bro, I have been working with Bush Master, Purple Maxx/Snow Storm, and Gravity since its inception. I have REGULARLY toyed with different mixes at different times. If you want check out our gallery at this link; Apex RemPen Review: Good With The Right Battery. I started out using this Apex RemPen with just a standard non-variable battery. It seemed pretty weak, it wasn’t terrible but it wasn’t anything that great. Then I switch it over to a variable voltage battery and it made a huge difference. The key to getting the most out of an Apex RemPen vape cartridge seems to be running the battery at 4.2 volts. If you run it on a standard pull draw that’s probably battery likely operating around 3.7 volts, it’s not going to perform well. Use something like a Vessel battery or YoCan Uni and you won’t be disappointed. Hardware needs the right battery to get a strong hit. Recommendations: Put this oil on something standard like CCELL hardware and it should make it taste a little bit better. Check out our video review below and keep reading for the more in-depth review. The Apex RemPen cartridge overall is a good quality product with the right settings. As a complete package, the APEX RemPen is pretty good. It’s not the absolute best cartridge out there, but I would say it lands on the top 1/3 when it comes to quality and strength out of the cartridges that are available. The strain used in this review is Sundae Drive, most likely based on Sundae Driver. Another nice thing about APEX RemPen is that it comes in 600mg instead of 500mg but it’s priced the same as 500mg THC carts. Build quality seems pretty good but the design is slightly lacking. You can still get a good hit out of this as mentioned when we use the right battery. However, by default its just really not that great piece of hardware. If they use a CCELL, SPRK, or maybe a pod system like the Uno or Dart, better results would be had from the same THC oil.
Colorado seems to have a wider variety of hardware types than California and Nevada, who seem to have mostly CCELL as the default. When you use a variable battery on 4.2 volts, however, you will get a good hit. Still, though, it still not good as you will get on a CCELL even operating on a standard pull draw battery like the Palm or Silo. I do feel like this oil could be even better if they have good hardware. Additionally, the airflow holes are very small on the mouthpiece and it does seem a little bit restricted. I had the APEX RemPen for 2 months of on and off use before writing this review. Part of the reason why I didn’t start hitting that much initially as it seems pretty weak. My priority as a reviewer is to get to the best stuff first if I am hitting multiple items, so the APEX RemPen sat for a bit while going through other THC vape carts. Then I tried it on another battery in the right settings and it seems much better. With no consistency changes with the oil at all, and everything maintained its color to the end, this seems to be a quality made distillate.
Doesn’t seem that it has any cutting agents, non-cannabis terpenes or anything like that on this cartridge.