Cereal Carts do not have much information on their company or brand through social media. While they have an Instagram account with 45,000 followers, there is no information posted about their carts and instead only contains a simple caption stating the flavor of the carts. This is alarming because a legitimate business would provide more details about the carts and the company to legitimize their products. Furthermore, since they do not provide substantive information it is a lot easier to sell fake cartridges. Keep reading to find out why we can't recommend these Cereal dab carts.
After some more research, we found a Cereal Carts website with more information on the company, but this is alarming when considering that their Instagram page made no reference to their website. So, it is probable that the site and Instagram page are not connected. The website however may be more legitimate considering that it has pricing, purchasing options and details on the company. According to the site, Cereal Carts has been a member of the California Cannabis Industry Association (CCIA) since 2017 and a member of the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA). However, when looking into the California Cannabis Industry Association site we could not find them in the listing of executive, business, or associate members of the CCIA nor in the directory of the NCIA.
The site claims to offer pre-filled single strain CO2 oils -100% natural- and full-spectrum extracts using food-grade liquid CO2. The issue with this advertisement is that it has been reported that there have been various Cereal Carts with artificial oils loaded with different chemicals, so the regulation of their own products and creating safe harbors to avoid toxic copies has not been enforced. We also question the reliability of their information on the site since we could not find them listed in either association they have advertised.
Cereal carts have the same flavors from two very popular black market cartridge brands, Dank Vapes, and South Carts. The cartridges are selling for $25 on their website and the flavors sold include the following:The flavors that are advertised by the Instagram page and the site are the following:
People are buying the packaging for Cereal carts that includes empty vape cartridges and they are refilling them with their own cannabis oil. There is no proof there is any legitimate company behind the Cereal Carts cartridge brand, its merely a black market made up brand to push low quality cut up distillate oil.
So, you have a fake brand, counterfeit, or unlabeled cart, and you want to see if the oil inside is any good and make sure the cart is good. Disposable CCells are the carts most commonly used, and they are the only brand to have been tested to not use lead solder. Every major brand uses authentic CCells. Some smaller brands use LibertyVapes carts, the current models haven't been tested but the original ones were tested and found to be pure. They do have off brand CCells, these look like 1g carts at first glance, but only hold .5g due to the thicker center post. If you see a CCell with a weirdly thick center post being passed off as 1g, it is fake. No legit extractor would ever use these carts, even as .5g ones because they were designed solely to rip people off. You can also check the legitimacy of your CCell cartridge by looking at the bottom and assuring yourself that there are three stamps - all in the same font- of the CCell logo, Kush logo and serial number.
As we previously mentioned, the Dank vapes street brand and Cereal Carts have a lot of similarities. Therefore, its possible they also have pesticides as Dank vapes were tested for many times by multiple labs. Avoid these carts and any others with our tips. First, make sure there are lab test results that can be verified. While lab testing is the only way to be sure of purity, there are some easy ways to eliminate obviously fake or adulterated oils. Here are some things to check:
Color - Cannabis oil ranges from brown to tan to golden to pale yellow to almost clear. If it is green, blue, red, or any sort of neon color, it is fake. Not just cut or adulterated; outright fake. Food color doesn't mix with oils, it only mixes with water-soluble substances like VG/PG.
Consistency - Cannabis oil should be as thick as molasses in the cart or even thicker. Thin-oil is a red flag for dilution, possibly indicating it's cut or that it's fake.
Stay very far away from these prefilled THC cartridges, they can cause harm to your health. We do not encourage buying any THC oil cartridge without a verifiable lab test results from a reputable lab.