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HighKind Purple Punch Vape Cartridge Review

HighKind were one of the first brands I used when I started using vaping CBD and I've always been really impressed with the wide range of cartridges they offer as well as the high quality of their products.


The Purple Punch cartridge is part of HighKind's artisan range which features triple distilled full spectrum CBD/CBG and is infused with botanical terpenes such as Caryophyllene, Humulene, Myrcene and D-Limonene - all of which are known to help with inflammation and anxiety/stress relief (Leafly, 2019) & (Jacobs, 2019).

With this in mind, I specifically used this vape after getting home from work when my body was aching and sore from being on my feet all day. The first thing I noticed was just how fruity this smelt and tasted; I really enjoyed the berry notes when using this cart!


From a pain management perspective, this cart did ease the tension in my shoulders and lower back but I actually found it had more of an effect on my mood. After two to three inhalations I found that I was calmer which in turn helped my body to relax. I also realised that when using this vape I found myself to be less anxious and agitated in the evening before going to sleep, resulting in me being able to fall asleep quicker.

This cart contains approximately 200 puffs, which if you're a casual vape user like myself, means this will last for a very long time. It also has the standard 510 thread which means that it's compatible with a wide range of vape pens and as aforementioned, there is a wide range of flavours available depending on your needs and preferences.


HighKind's Purple Punch Vape Cartridge is £24.99.

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References

  1. Leafly (2019) What are cannabis terpenes and what do they do? [Online] Available from: https://www.leafly.com/news/cannabis-101/terpenes-the-flavors-of-cannabis-aromatherapy [Accessed 10 March 2021].

  2. Jacobs, M. (2019) The Difference Between Cannabinoids and Terpenes. [Online] Available from:

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