Cali Plug Carts have appeared all over California including the Bay Area and Los Angeles. We did a lot of research for this Cali Plug cartridge review and discovered no official announcements of any prefilled cartridge from them. After checking out their official Cali Plug website and Instagram page, still, we couldn’t find any mention of carts. Parts of their website such as the shop page is incomplete without anything available for purchase. The website has images of merchandise such as sweaters but none available for sale.
They are a lifestyle brand according to their website, and their slogan is “Cali Bud or No Bud”. It's important to be cautious about any THC cartridges purchased from somebody selling without a license. We could not find Cali Plug Carts for sale from any delivery service or dispensary in the Bay Area. This is the first red flag that these Cali Plug Carts are counterfeits ripping of their brand for profit.
However, we do know Cali Plug is well known for giving away cannabis to celebrities and regular people at events such as Rolling loud, as they did in Miami this year. We took the effort to reach out to them on Instagram and will update upon hearing back.
The Cali Plug varies in pricing as they are not sold directly through a website or dispensary. In many instances people have paid for these carts for about $10/gram in states where weed has been legalized, and about $40 to $30 per gram, depending on where and who you buy it from in states where weed has not yet become legal.
The Cali Plug Carts do not have consistency with the color of their cannabis oil. We found some Carts had darker and thinner oil than others. Hence, this prefilled cartridge is not from a single source. People have reported the THC oil consistency of the Cali Plug Cartridges varied with different purchases that were made.
Its possible for anyone to buy the empty packaging and carts of Cali Plug cartridges online, this is sure the reason why there isn't any consistency with this products THC oil.
Furthermore, we can't recommend because of there not being any lab test available for Cali Plug Carts. Its possible the distillate being used for Cali Plug Carts is of the lowest grade level, hence the quality and health safety can also be very low too. It further concerned us that the packaging of the Cali Plug cart did not mention any specific information on its testing mechanisms or lab results. Lastly, if you want to be sure this product is clean of pesticides or heavy metals, you will need to send out the cartridge for lab tests because their packaging does not provide any links to lab test results. Legitimate cartridges can be seen providing a link to a reputable lab with results for their THC oil.
Raw Garden cartridges have QR codes which make it easy to scan and view lab test results, this is a move many other reputable THC cartridge companies are doing to combat against the counterfeits.
Cali Plug cartridges found on the black market uses CCell, and the Cali Plug carts have previously come in a plastic tube with a squeeze to open top or black pop-off cap. Currently, there is a newer version of packaging for the Cali Plug carts, and it now comes in a black cardboard box that has a cutout of a plug at the front of the box and has the Cali Plug logo all over in a metallic colored font. The Cali Plug cart has a metal mouthpiece that is tinted gold and the mouthpiece includes the Cali Plug logo as well. Since the Cali Plug has conflicting reports it is best to test your cart, and if you do not want to pay for lab test results then you should check if oil is too runny. If the oil is runny then you have purchased a knock-off Cali Plug that may carry many unhealthy chemicals.
Anyone can purchase empty Cali Plug Carts and its packaging at $15 for 50 empty Cali Plug Carts packs. The plastic wraps include the following advertised flavors:
We urge our readers to avoid these carts until there is proof they are clean from a reputable lab.