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How Long to Soak Cannabis Seeds

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The evolution of cannabis, from seedling to luscious buds, is a captivating journey, pivotal to which is the germination process. Since the 2018 Farm Bill catapulted cannabis to farming stardom, ensuring every step of your cultivation process flourishes has never been more crucial. You can commence your cultivation with either a seed or a clone. Intriguingly, seeds harbor genetic imprints from both parent plants, showcasing a diverse tapestry of traits inherited from each. Embarking on this cultivation voyage hinges on mastering seed germination.

Eager to unfold the art of germination for a generous yield? Dive into our comprehensive guide on germinating cannabis seeds, your roadmap to an abundant harvest.

Key Takeaways

  • Cannabis plants are dioecious, meaning they exist as male or female. In some cases, hermaphrodite plants also occur.
  • Experienced growers prefer regular seeds to enable breeding. However, this means they sex out the male plants to prevent the females from being fertilized.
  • For inexperienced growers, feminized seeds are ideal for bud production.
  • The recommended soak time for cannabis seeds is 12-24 hours. Any longer, and you may deprive them of oxygen.

Cannabis Seeds at a Glance

Cannabis seeds are roughly the size of a BB shot or 0.18 inches (0.46 centimeters) in diameter. They usually have lines on them known as “tiger stripes.” Growers often sow seeds from one strain and select the best plants. They then take clones from those specific plants to produce others. The result is consistent genetics and high-quality plants.

Cannabis seeds may be easier to obtain than clones for growers just getting started. And it has its advantages too. For instance, growing from seeds often produces more robust plants with strong genes.

Furthermore, plants grown from seeds tend to have stronger taproots than clones and are healthier when young. Even in cool, damp climates, seeds can be planted outdoors without much fuss.

For most outdoor growers, germinating seeds inside before transferring them outside is standard practice. That’s because they are fragile in the early stages of growth. The seedlings are given extra light indoors to help them grow. They are then transplanted outside when they are strong enough.

However, the main disadvantage of growing from seeds is that you are unsure what you will get. In a regular bag of cannabis seeds, you get a mix of male and female plants. To prevent the females from producing seeds, you must sex out the male plants. Of course, if the females produce seeds, the buds will be smaller.

To avoid this uncertainty, you could go for feminized seeds. Feminized cannabis seeds grow only into female plants and are ideal for bud production. With these, you do not have to worry about female plants being pollinated. Feminized seeds are created by inducing the monoecious condition in female plants. The resulting seeds are essentially similar to the self-pollinated female parent due to the presence of only one set of genes.

Feminized seeds can be achieved by:

  • Spraying the plant with a colloidal silver solution (liquid containing small silver particles)
  • Rodelization, i.e., where a female plant pollinates another female
  • Spraying seeds with gibberellic acid (a hormone that promotes germination). This method is less commonly used.

Experienced growers do not often use feminized seeds. The reason is that they contain only one set of genes and are not ideal for breeding. However, for beginners, feminized seeds are a good starting point because they eliminate worrying about male plants.

Regarding cannabis seeds, there are two main types: autoflowering and photoperiod seeds. Here is what these mean in detail:

Autoflowering vs. Photoperiod Seeds

Autoflowering Seeds

Autoflowering seeds are popular among first-time growers. They are simple to grow because there is no need to worry about light cycles or how much light the plant gets.

When the light they receive daily decreases, most cannabis plants begin to flower. This happens when the sun sets earlier in the day as the season changes from Summer to Autumn. Indoor growers can control this flowering stage by limiting the amount of light plants get each day from 18 to 12 hours.

Photoperiod Seeds

There are also photoperiod cannabis seeds. With these, the flowering period is dictated by the seasons. When the days get shorter, they stop growing and begin to blossom and create buds. Indoor growers replicate this cycle by shortening the light period from 18 to 12 hours. Further, they prolong the darkness hours from 6 to 12 hours.

This shift from 18/6 to 12/12 hours of light and darkness forces the plant to move from the vegetative to the flowering stage. If the plant is kept in the vegetative stage for much longer, it will not flower.

Feminized vs. Regular Seeds

Regular cannabis seeds yield either male or female plants. They can also produce plants with both male and female organs, i.e., hermaphrodite plants. Growing marijuana plants from regular seeds is as common as it is simple. These seeds are easily accessible and are less expensive than the feminized version.

On the other hand, feminized cannabis seeds produce only female plants. Remember, it is the female plants that produce buds. If you are farming cannabis for the buds, use feminized seeds. However, you may have to contend with a steeper price tag. Also, note that feminized photoperiod plants require light and darkness (12 hours each) to flower.

Before planting, it is advisable to give your seeds a quick inspection. Most seeds eventually germinate, but poor-quality seeds produce weaker plants. Unfortunately, you won’t find out until the vegetative and flowering periods.

Here is a tip: Darker-colored seeds have a better chance of germinating. However, the white or pale green seeds are more likely to fail. Still, if a darker seed seems slightly damaged, plant it anyway. There is a high chance it will germinate.


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How to Germinate Cannabis Seeds in 3 Easy Steps

Before we get into how to germinate cannabis seeds, there are a few things to note. As a beginner, it is better to focus solely on successful germination. Germination allows your seeds to grow roots to absorb water and nutrients. The process is called sprouting.

The white tendril that grows from a cannabis seed during germination is the plant’s initial root, or “taproot.” Other roots that emerge later during the plant’s lifetime extend from the taproot. As the taproot burrows, it pushes the seed up through the surface. The seed breaks open with time, and the first leaves (cotyledons) pop out.

There are a few rules of thumb for germination. We recommend following these rules for the best results, regardless of your germination method. For starters, temperature is the most vital aspect to consider. It is what seeds use to ‘know what to do.’

Here are the ideal conditions to germinate cannabis seeds:

  • Temperature: Between 22 and 25°C
  • Relative Humidity: 70–90%
  • Fluorescent Lighting: Cool White code 33
  • Growing Environment: Damp and moist (not wet)
  • Seed Handling: Minimal

Warmth, moisture, and darkness are three critical requirements for the taproot to form. A single root gradually blossoms into a cannabis plant. Seeds begin germinating within 12-36 hours of exposure to moisture under the appropriate conditions.

So, every grower probably has a preferred method of germinating cannabis seeds. With years of practice, some have mastered the dos and don’ts of successful seed germination. However, if you are just getting into cannabis farming, we have broken down the best practices into three easy steps.

Items to Start Seeding Indoors

  • Cannabis seeds
  • Plastic container with a lid or two plates
  • Paper towels
  • Water sprayer with clean water
  • Small cup or glass of water

How to Germinate Cannabis Seeds: The Paper Towel Germination Method

Dampen the Seeds

Place a paper towel flat inside a plastic container and spray it with room-temperature water. Put the cannabis seeds on the paper towel at least an inch apart and cover them with another paper towel. Spray the towels with water until they become damp. Move the container to a warm, dark, protected place and cover it with a lid or plate to ensure it stays humid throughout.

Ensure the seeds stay in a warm environment, roughly 70-85°F.

Keep the Seeds Damp

Open the container and spray the paper towel with water every few hours. Do not let the towel dry up, or the seeds won’t sprout. The towel should remain damp, not wet. Meanwhile, you can prepare the growing medium while waiting for the seeds to germinate.

Plant in a Jiffy Cup

Once the seeds break open and the taproot appears, transfer them to the next growing medium. This can be peat, soil, or coco in a small cup, jiffy, or plug.

Cannabis seeds take from 2 to 10 days to germinate under conducive conditions. Seeds that fail to sprout within two weeks are probably duds and won’t germinate at all.

After germination, the next step is to transfer the seeds to the next growing medium. Keep in mind that the taproot is quite delicate and easily gets damaged when handled carelessly. It is also important to keep the germinating seeds sterile, so do not touch them as they sprout.

While there are various mediums you can plant the seeds in after sprouting, soil is the most common. It is abundant and relatively easy to work with. Also, using a soil medium ensures the seeds are not “shocked” when transferred to another medium.

So, here is a quick rundown on how to prepare a soil medium.

  • Fill a 1-gallon pot with loose, airy potting soil.
  • Make a hole in the soil with a pen/pencil. Ideally, the hole should be half-inch to an inch (1.3cm to 2.5 cm, or ‘knuckle deep’).
  • Using a pair of tweezers, gently place the germinating seed into the hole with the taproot facing down. Germinating seeds should not be put too deep into the soil. Ensure the white taproot is completely covered with soil while the seed remains under the surface.
  • Spray the soil with water until it gets damp, not drenched.

While germinating cannabis seeds does not seem overly complicated, surprisingly, things can easily go wrong. So, here are a few tips to enhance your likelihood of success:

  • Do not over-water the seeds. While seeds need moisture to sprout, too much water actually deprives them of oxygen.
  • If you prefer soaking your seeds in water, do not keep them there for more than 24 hours. The viable seeds often sink after 12 hours. If a seed does not sink after 12 hours, try dipping it. If it comes back up, it is probably a dud or may take longer to sprout.
  • The best sprouting conditions for seeds are moisture and temperature. Remember, young seedlings absorb moisture through the leaves since the roots are still underdeveloped.

Here’s a full video showing you the process if you need more of a visual explanation.

Final Thoughts

The first step to getting a good harvest of cannabis buds is successfully germinating the seeds. Like most seeds, cannabis seeds require a conducive environment to germinate and grow. To increase their chances of sprouting, there are several tried-and-tested methods you can try out.

Regardless of the method, seeds require moisture, warmth, and darkness to germinate. The trick lies in balancing these elements so the seeds get just enough of each. For instance, give the seeds too much water, and you risk depriving them of oxygen.

The time it takes from planting to germination depends on various factors. Obviously, healthier seeds sprout faster, but generally, cannabis seeds take 2-10 days to germinate. Any seed that does not germinate after two weeks probably will not germinate at all.

All in all, the best start to growing healthy cannabis plants is obtaining high-quality seeds. You can get these from reputable cannabis brands like LIT Farms, which knows much more about cannabis. The following feminized cannabis seeds are available at LIT Farms:

  • Gaslight: This is a cross between E-85 and RS-11. Each pack contains 6-12 feminized seeds.
  • Lemon Cherry Sherbet: This hybrid strain was created by crossing Lemon Cherry and RS-11.
  • PermZ: The feminized seeds of this strain contain the genes of Zkittlez and Permanent Marker.
  • Rainbow Candy: Rainbow Candy is a cross of RS-11 and Grandi Candy.

Cannabis Seeds: Frequently Asked Questions

Should I Soak Cannabis Seeds Before Germination?

You do not need to soak cannabis seeds before germination. However, if you do so correctly, the probability of successful germination increases considerably.

Do Cannabis Seeds Need Light to Germinate?

No, cannabis seeds do not need light to germinate. If anything, a dark environment is better for germination.

Do Cannabis Seeds Germinate Better in the Dark?

Yes, cannabis seeds germinate better in the dark. However, you will need light once they sprout because it plays a vital role in their growth and development.

How Long Does It Take for Cannabis Seeds to Germinate?

The time it takes cannabis seeds to germinate varies depending on the conditions. In an ideal setting, i.e., correct warmth, moisture level, and light intensity (darkness), the sprouting period ranges from 2-10 days.


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How to Pack A Bowl: The Ultimate Guide

How to Pack A Bowl Pipe and Flower

When it comes to smoking cannabis through a pipe or bong, how to properly pack a bowl is one of the issues that seem to affect newbies the most.

For seasoned cannabis connoisseurs, packing a bowl of weed may seem simple and straightforward. However, this might just be because bowl packing is something you’ve been doing for many years. It becomes muscle memory.

How to pack weed in a bowl is kind of a science, or even an art, if you will. To the untrained eye, it might seem like people just stuff weed inside of a bowl, light it, and smoke it, but there’s a little bit more to it than that.

Today, not only are we going to talk about how to pack a bowl but also the best way to pack a bowl. This is the ultimate guide on packing a bowl, including everything you need to know from A-Z.


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Key Takeaways

  • To pack a bowl, you’ll need some cannabis, a grinder, a bowl, and a tamping tool, plus a lighter or hemp wick to light it.
  • Grind your weed, put some in the bowl, and use the tamping tool to pack it down fairly tight, but not so tight that air cannot pass through.
  • If you are a beginner, using a technique known as cornering is recommended, which means only lighting a small section of the bowl at once.


What is a Cannabis Bowl?

A cannabis bowl is the bowl of a pipe or a water bong that is full of cannabis. No, here we are not talking about a bowl made out of cannabis, but rather one filled with cannabis that is designed for lighting and smoking.

If you expect your smoking experience to be as good as possible, how to pack weed in a bowl is something that needs to be learned. Keep reading to find out exactly how a bowl of cannabis is properly packed.

What You Need to Pack a Bowl of Cannabis

There are a few crucial things that you need to pack a bowl of cannabis, and it all starts with the weed itself.


Your first step here is to choose a strain of weed. There are, of course, plenty of strains out there to choose from. Let’s take a quick look at some of the best strains for you out there at this time.


Although it is technically optional, the next thing you will need to pack a bowl of cannabis is a grinder. A grinder is a small accessory or tool used to break down cannabis buds into very small chunks or, in some cases, even into powder.

Breaking down your weed into a very fine powder allows for even and consistent smoking. It burns much more evenly when it is ground down.

That said, some people choose to just rip the weed apart with their fingers, cut it up with scissors, or even use things like coffee grinders. Either way, you can’t pack a bowl with one solid bud of cannabis.

Pipe or Bong with a Bowl

Today we are here talking about how to pack a bowl of cannabis, so therefore, you obviously need either a pipe or a bong that has a bowl that can be packed. If you are a beginner, we recommend starting with a relatively small bong that doesn’t have a huge chamber.

You don’t want a big bong because that’s a lot of smoke to clear, and it will likely make you cough very hard.

If it is your first time smoking a pipe, you may want to go for something slightly longer rather than shorter. A longer pipe will provide the smoke with more space to cool down before it hits your lungs.

Lighter or Hemp Wick

You’ll need something to light that bowl on fire, so a lighter, matches or even a hemp wick is recommended. Hemp wicks are really cool because they stay lit for a very long time and don’t require you to keep relighting, such as with a lighter that you have to activate every time.

Tamping Tool

Although this is also optional, you can get a tamping tool to help make your bong or pipe smoking experience more enjoyable and effective. For those of you who don’t know, a tamping tool is something that you use to pack something down with and make a substance more compact.

A tamping tool is something often used in landscaping to pack down dirt and gravel, although miniature versions also work really well for packing down bongs and pipe bowls.

The reason why tamping tools are recommended for packing a bowl is that it allows you to really pack the substance fairly tight, therefore allowing for a more even burn. Tamping tools can be used while you are initially packing the bowl and while you are smoking the bowl to repack it as you go.

How to Pack a Bowl of Cannabis

Now that you know what sort of tools you will need to pack a bowl of cannabis, let’s take a closer look at how to actually do it.

Choose Your Strain

Lemon Cherry Sherbet

Lemon Cherry Sherbet is a connoisseur’s delight, a harmonious blend of contrasting yet complementary flavors. This strain boasts a tantalizing tartness of lemon, mellowed by the sweet, ripe cherries, and a hint of creamy sherbet. Lemon Cherry Sherbet offers balanced high, offering a cerebral euphoria coupled with a soothing body relaxation. Its vibrant terpene profile not only ensures a sensory delight but also potential therapeutic benefits. Lemon Cherry Sherbet is a must-try for those seeking a unique, flavorful, and potent cannabis experience. Elevate your senses, and indulge in the symphony of flavors.

Rainbow Candy Strain

Rainbow Candy is a vibrant strain that lives up to its name, offering a kaleidoscope of flavors that dance on the palate. Rainbow Candy Strain shines with a unique blend of sweet, fruity, and tropical flavors that mimic a handful of your favorite candies. The high is just as delightful, providing a balanced blend of cerebral stimulation and physical relaxation. Rainbow Candy is perfect for those seeking a flavorful escape, an uplifting experience, and potential therapeutic benefits.

Apple Banana Zoap Strain

Apple Banana Zoap is a tantalizing strain that offers a unique fusion of flavors. As a cannabis expert, I can attest to its delightful blend of crisp apple and sweet banana flavors, creating a tropical fruit medley that’s hard to resist. The high is equally enticing, offering a balanced blend of uplifting cerebral stimulation and soothing body relaxation. Apple Banana Zoap is perfect for those seeking a flavorful journey, an invigorating experience, and potential therapeutic benefits.

Grind the Weed

Now that you have chosen your weed, you need to grind it up. For a beginner, starting with anywhere between 0.3 and 0.5 grams is recommended, with 0.5 grams already being quite a bit for someone who is not a regular user. Our recommendation here is to go slow.

Either way, put your weed in half of the grinder, close the halves together, and turn them back and forth a few times. Your weed should come out looking fairly fine and powdery. Remember that for the best results, the weed should be fairly fine, as this allows for even and consistent burning.

Pack the Bowl (Don’t Over-Pack, Though)

You can now take your ground cannabis and pack it into the bowl. Most people just use their fingers for this, as it provides you with the most control. Be sure that the cannabis bowl is not too loose. You don’t want too much air in between the cannabis particles.

If the bowl is too loose, a lot of those ground-up cannabis particles might pass through the bottom of the bowl, which is especially the case if you don’t have a screen in there. On a side note, we recommend using a bowl that has either a glass or metal screen at the bottom.

This prevents cannabis from passing through the bowl and getting into the bong water, or if you’re using a pipe, a screen prevents the weed bits from going right into your mouth.

Also, if the bowl is packed too loose, or just not really packed, then it will burn far too quickly and unevenly. On the other hand, however, you also don’t want to pack it too tightly. If you pack the bowl too tightly, you just won’t be able to pull air through it very well, and it won’t burn.


Now you can smoke your bowl. To smoke your bowl, put your mouth to the mouthpiece of your bong or pipe. Take your lighter, matches, or hemp wick and light the bowl. As you hold the flame to the bowl, pull it through your mouth.

Remember that here you are not pulling directly with your lungs like with cigarettes, but rather pulling with your mouth, pulling the smoke into your mouth, and then inhaling.

Ash and Clean Your Bowl So it’s Ready for the Next Round

The final step, once you have inhaled the cannabis smoke, is to ash the bowl. By ashing the bowl, we mean emptying out the burnt remains, the ash. You can just lightly tap the bottom of it with your lighter, and the ash should fall out.

Some people also choose to clean their bowls, particularly if they are very dirty. If you don’t clean your bowels regularly, the residue builds up and might clog the hole, therefore making them impossible to use. Maintenance is key when it comes to this kind of thing.

How to Light and Smoke a Bowl

Alright, so we did talk about how to smoke a bowl above, but we want to go into more detail about lighting the bowl. Lighting it is almost like a science in itself as well, so let’s take a look at how to do this properly.

Cornering a Bowl

Yes, you can light the whole bowl at once if you are feeling adventurous. However, many seasoned experts use a technique known as cornering. This is where you use your flame to light just a small corner of the cannabis material in the bowl.

This allows you to preserve the rest of the bowl for further use while only smoking as much as you want or need at once.

Not only does this allow you to preserve cannabis for future use, but it also prevents you from coughing too hard. Bong and pipe bowls can be relatively large, and if you light the whole bowl at once, chances are that it will be too large and harsh for you to handle.

Cherried Bowls

Once you have lit your bowl, the lit part that is currently burning is known as the cherry, and it’s aptly named so because cherries are bright red, just like the burning plant matter. Once a cherry starts, that fire will spread to the rest of the bowl and eventually light the rest of the bowl on fire as well.

So, at this point, you have two options, which are to either keep smoking or to put out the cherry. If you keep smoking and pulling on the bowl, that cherry will get larger and larger until the rest of the bowl is on fire as well.

This means that you need to be dedicated to smoking the whole bowl at once. However, if you don’t want to smoke the whole bowl at once, you should start with cornering and then, after the first hit, or maybe the second hit, put the cherry out. This will prevent the rest of the bowl from being lit and will make sure you’re putting your weed to good use.

How to Put Out a Bowl

Seeing as one of the options above is to put the bowl out, you also need to know how to do that. To put a bowl out, or really to put out any fire, your best option is to smother it. Many people use the palm of their hands or any other flat tool that is not combustible to cover the bowl and remove all of the oxygen from the equation. If this is not an option for you, using a tamping tool to pack the bowl down and effectively smother and crush the cherry is another option.

Use Proper Etiquette in a Group Setting

Something we quickly want to touch on is using proper etiquette in a group setting. Generally speaking, this means not smoking the whole bowl at once. You never have someone else pack you a bowl just to empty it on them.

If someone packs a bowl for you, or even if you are the one to pack it, taking a single hit is proper etiquette. You take a single hit, clear the chamber, and pass it to your neighbor.

If you are the one to take the last hit, it’s up to you to clean the bowl out and refill it with fresh cannabis. Also, if you happen to get any saliva or grime on the mouthpiece, it’s also up to you to clean it off before passing it to your neighbor.

Final Thoughts

Although packing a bowl of cannabis isn’t exactly rocket science, it needs to be done properly. Properly packing a bowl of cannabis allows it to burn properly and provides you with the best smoking experience.

Looking for more answers about consuming cannabis? Check out our guides on How to Microdose Delta-8 Gummies, and How Long Do Delta-8 Gummies Take to Kick In?

Frequently Asked Questions

Before we wrap things up, let’s quickly answer some of your most frequently asked questions about packing a bowl.

How to Pack a Hookah Bowl

To pack a hookah bowl, you’ll need a shisha fork to handle the material. Use the shisha fork to evenly mix the shisha with the tobacco, and gently pack it into the hookah bowl. Don’t pack it down too tightly, however.

How to Pack a Volcano Bowl

To fill your Volcano, remove the bag from on top, put your ground weed inside of the bowl directly below, and put the bag back on. For a volcano, you want the substance to be packed down quite a bit but not too tight. You still need air to be able to flow through the cannabis material.

How to Pack a Bowl with a Big Hole

If your bowl has a big hole, chances are that a lot of that cannabis material will fall through the bottom. Therefore, the recommendation here is to use a screen to prevent this from occurring. You can’t always just take a relatively large bud of cannabis and put it in the bottom to effectively block most of the hole.

How to Pack a Bowl Without Grinding

You really can’t pack a bowl without at least breaking down the weed a little bit. So, if you don’t want to grind it, at least use your fingers to rip the buds apart into manageable chunks. You can’t put just one large chunk into a bowl.

How to Pack a Bowl Without Making a Mess

How to pack a bowl without making a mess is really just something that comes with experience. However, we recommend using a grinder and then tapping your weed into a tray, and then only picking up a little bit at a time with your fingers and placing it gently into the bowl.


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How Many Puffs Are in a Disposable Vape?

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One of the marvels of a growing hemp industry is disposable hemp vapes, which have made it easier than ever to get a fix of Delta-8 THC and other cannabinoids. These electric devices allow you to puff away at the cannabinoid of your choice without worrying about any other logistics.

There are so many disposable vapes out there, which can lead to a lot of questions that’ll have you desperately turning to Google to help you figure it all out. One of the questions that always pops up is, “How long will my disposable vape last?”. To answer this question, let’s talk about how many puffs are in a disposable vape.

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Key Takeaways

  • Most disposable vapes offer between 300 to 800 hits, with some being super extra with 5000-10000 hits. 
  • Brand, size, wattage, model, and personal habits can all affect the puff count. 
  • Delta-8 is a cannabinoid that’s federally legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. 
  • It’s important only to purchase Delta-8 and other hemp products from reputable manufacturers.

What Does the Puff Count Mean on a Disposable Vape?

The puff count on a disposable vape means exactly what it sounds like; how many puffs (or inhalations) you can take from the vape before it runs out. For example, a vape with 4000 puffs promises 4000 inhalations of vapor.

The puff count is the lifespan of disposable vapes, and as the name implies, it’s not meant to be used after it runs out of wax. Every vape has its own puff count, with some having a longer lifespan and others having shorter ones. Vapes with high puff counts have small batteries (around 500mAh) but are made to be rechargeable.

How Many Puffs Are in a Vape?

When scouring the internet for a vape, you’ll find many different sizes, potencies, flavors, strains, and puff counts. Things like capacity, size, voltage, wattage, and even personal habits can all affect the puff count of a vape.

Most vapes come with a predetermined number of puffs, but this can vary because every person’s habits are different. While the puff count is pretty accurate, it’s more of an estimate at the end of the day.

Most vapes carry between 100 to 500 puffs, and some might even have the number advertised or an indicator to help track how many puffs are left.

You might also like: How to Microdose Delta-8 Gummies 

How Many Puffs Are in a Disposable Vape Pen?

Disposable vape pens are vapes that generally come with a 1-gram cartridge filled with hemp distillate, often Delta-8 or other cannabinoids growing in popularity. While it depends on the brand and personal use, most of these disposable vape pens carry between 100 to 300 puffs.

How to Get More Puffs Out of a Disposable Vape?

If you’re wondering how to make the most out of your disposable vape, here are some tips to make it last and get more puffs:

  • If your vape has customizable settings, try setting it to lower power levels to conserve the battery and distillate.
  • Taking control of your puffs and making them more intentional, shorter, and gentler can help extend the vape lifespan.
  • The best way to ensure your vape lasts long is to keep it in a cool and dry spot.
  • Try taking breaks from taking hits, as chain-smoking can make the vape lifespan end rapidly.

What Disposable Vape Has the Most Hits?


Every brand and model of disposable hemp vapes is different, which makes it impossible to find a single one that has the most hits. It’s hard to pinpoint which brands are consistent with high puff counts, but products like LIT Melon Tree Liquid Diamonds manage to hit it out of the park.

The people behind this brand are also six-time Jack Herer Cup winners, so it comes as no surprise that the quality is top-notch. The Delta-8 diamonds infused in the distillate make for potent effects and the long-lasting vape sticks around for more than enough puffing sessions. If fruity melon flavors aren’t up your alley, you’ll want to go for the Lollipopz Liquid Diamonds.

Final Thoughts

How Many Puffs in a Disposable Vape?

The ease and convenience of disposable vapes have piqued more than one interest and created a community of hemp lovers across the country. They can be used anywhere and everywhere, and puff counts are just an indicator of how long you’ll be able to enjoy the effects.

Every vape is unique in its own right, down to the puff count. When you’re looking for a disposable vape that fits your needs and wishes, it’s important to take puff count into account. Still, you can always maximize the lifespan by being more mindful, optimizing power settings, and taking care of your vape.

Always make sure to look for reputable brands that are transparent, have good reviews, and follow safety guidelines. Remember, the best choice is an informed choice. Happy vaping!


Delta-8 Disposable Vape: Frequently Asked Questions

Are Delta-8 Disposable Vapes Good?

As long as manufacturers follow safety guidelines, they are generally considered safe. It’s always important to research brands and make sure they’re reputable and transparent before purchasing.

How Many Hits of a Delta-8 Disposable to Get High?

Everyone’s tolerance is different. However, it’s recommended to always start with only a puff or two and wait a few minutes before increasing. This way, you can gauge the effects and not go overboard.

How Many Puffs are in a Delta-8 Disposable Vape?

Every brand, make, and model of disposable vape is different, but most vapes have a puff count of between 300 and 800.

How Much Are Delta-8 Disposable Vapes?

Depending on the brand, size, strain, quality, and other factors, Delta-8 disposable vapes can be anywhere from $20 on the low end to $60 on the high end.

Looking for more answers about Delta-8 THC? Check out our guides on How to Microdose Delta-8 Gummies, and How Long Do Delta-8 Gummies Take to Kick In?


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