Hurricane Matthew: VaporBurst Operating Hours
Due to the upcoming storm and with safety in mind, VaporBurst stores will be closed on Thursday, October 6th. Plans for opening on Friday, October 7th will be based on whether or not the county lifts the current state of emergency.
We hope that everyone is hunkering down in a safe place with friends, family, good food and drinks, as well as your favorite vapes.
In the meantime, please stay connected to the news and the information pages that provide Broward County Hurricane Updates.
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Seasonal Vape Juices Have Arrived: Sinful Sweetz, a Savory Treat!
If you've been looking for a savory treat, as well as a seasonal vape that is like no other, then look no further than Sinful Sweetz eJuice. Sugared Apple and Nilla Bunz by Sinful Sweetz are delightful treats that will not only tantalize your taste buds and keep you coming back for more, they are so good that you will want to vape them all year long!
So, for those of you who are looking for seasonal vape juices, especially a sweet Apple flavored vape that is enhanced with succulent brown sugar - or if your pallet is calling for an ejuice with flavor notes of a vanilla glazed honey bun, a gourmet goodie that is warm and delicious and just out of the oven, don't miss out on these two delightful eliquid treats: Sugared Apple and Nilla Bunz.
Sugared Apple and Nilla Bunz are now available at all VaporBurst retail stores in Broward County, Florida in Fort Lauderdale, Davie, Pembroke Pines and Coral Springs, respectively.
The Facts About CBD, Industrial Hemp, Hemp Honey and Legal Matters
In thinking about CBD’s and specifically Hemp Honey, an idiom about an elephant and a room comes to mind and so do the following questions: What is CBD and Hemp? Are they legal and what about Hemp Honey?
While the elephant and room conundrum speaks to issues that might be uncomfortable to discuss, the bottom line is that elephants do not belong in rooms! So let's talk!
What is CBD and is it legal?
CBD is a type of cannabinoid that is called cannabidiol. A cannabidiol is a natural property of hemp. Until recently, however, it was not publically available due to the restrictions imposed by the marijuana laws. While cannaboids are found in marijuana, industrial hemp is distinct from marijuana despite the fact that some of the same compounds in cannaboids also exist in marijuana. Explaining further, CBDs can be developed from medical marijuana plants. However, CBD can also be developed from another type of plant matter such as industrial hemp and it is legal under certain conditions. However, before we address this, there are a few other points of interest that are important to note. First, the Agricultural Act of 2014 recognized Hemp as distinct from marijuana. Second, United States Department of Health and Human Services currently holds a Patent (Patent No. 6630507) that acknowledges the use of cannabinoids for the treatment of an array of diseases. However, as previously mentioned, not all cannabinoids fall under the jurisdiction of U.S. Schedule 1 drug laws, and the Schedule 1 drug laws that overarch marijuana indicate that no medical use exists for this plant. Nevertheless, the facts are simple. First, marijuana is classified as a Schedule 1 drug. Second, industrial hemp was recently removed from the list of Schedule 1 drugs.
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