Exotic Carts are a THC oil cartridge that are sold in a range of flavors with a claimed THC potency of 80%-85% that has been “tested” but these tests aren’t certified. These test results turned out to be fake which was revealed after someone tried to verify from the lab. They have taken over Instagram, snapchats, and some dark web places but not many actual legal dispensaries. There is a giant selection of Exotic carts flavors the overall issue with these Carts is that there is a limited amount of information on the company, making the information on the back of the packaging unreliable on what the cart truly contains. There is no exotic carts official website but only seems to be advertised on social media or forums.
There is nothing unique about the built of the cart, it’s a typical design that is like Supreme and Mario Carts. This average exotic cart creates an issue when your oil is low because the bottom section of the cart is thick and the thickness of it makes it hard for you to use all the oil. Another problem that seems to occur with low oil in these cartridges is the increase in harshness of each hit which is not from the strength of the THC. However, the color of the carts is what catches people’s eyes because its bright gold/light yellow. If you like carts that are stylish in color this is a cart to consider but besides the color, there is nothing to good about it.
While the packaging claims a high potency of THC oil 80-85%, there have been several tests that have found that the THC oil is lower than stated, and there is no actual sticker on the packaging that certifies that the seller is telling the truth. From actual lab test results the oil seems to be around 50-65% max. Additionally, from what we have tried-- forbidden fruit, wedding cake and pineapple express-- the oil is not thick and is very runny, proving that the THC oil is not as potent as claimed. It does hit hard but not as much as it claims to. Another problem that comes from the lab test results is a certain amount of pesticides used in these carts which could cause health problems.
Depending on the type of vaporizer you have, the cartridges will soon give you a burnt taste, so it’s recommended to buy a cheap battery with low heat to taste the actual flavors. If you can change the heat of your vaporizer, we recommend that you experiment with the temperature to get the most flavor and not burn out the flavor or change the taste of the flavor. Unfortunately, to receive a more potent high from the THC you will want to make sure to have the heat on high, which will eventually give you a harsh flavor and some have even caused a burning sensation on people’s throats. The flavors are created with artificial flavors and terpene, and the flavors range from sweet, sour, and mild flavors. There are many flavors from exotic carts and new ones popping up every day and not from the original producer either.
Through some research we found some actual flavors that aren’t counterfeits which we will list a few below (there are about 12 flavors out there):
Their flavors are actually quite good and their strongest quality and highest score in this Exotics Carts Cartridge Review.
Exotic carts take the cake for being one of the cheaper carts to buy from $15 for a gram in So Cal and more expensive going towards the east coast $25-60 a gram. Usually, a full gram ranges from $25-65 depending on which state you live and the seller. While the price for exotic carts seems amazing the trade in would be the low quality, some pesticides, and the uncertainty of what chemicals you may be inhaling. If you have the money it’s better to stick with more trustable cartridge companies than risk your health to save a couple bucks.
Beware of fake Exotic Carts for sale. There are a multitude of things to look at before making your purchase. Many people are starting to make these themselves and reporting that they come from California. A simple google search can send you to a website that designs and sells thousands of exotic carts packaging for little to nothing, therefore the cart’s quality can be dependent on the seller. This is what makes it truly un-trustable since anyone can put their own cartridges into the packaging and claim it to be an exotic cart. You can do your own inspection by squeezing above the resealable zipper, if it pops open then there is a high chance of it being personally made and not by Exotic Carts.
Some things that separate actual exotic cartridges from counterfeits are, if it’s hard to open, the front must be holographic instead of plain, and the flavors you’ve never heard of. This hash oil cartridge has too many lab reports out there with it failing for pesticides. I wouldn't buy this even though its available around me for $25 a gram.