The Cereal Carts are unregulated prefilled THC cartridges. These days, the black market is getting creative (not) with their packaging. Cereal carts have surfaced in parts of the USA where cannabis is illegal.
THC cartridges have surged in popularity because it allows people to get high in public discreetly and on the go.
The popularity of prefilled THC oil cartridges also skyrocketed in the black market. You can see the proof of this statement on Instagram with over 10,000 mentions of the hashtag #cerealcarts. Scrolling down these posts will reveal other similar prefilled 510 cartridges we already reviewed before such as Dank Vapes, Mario carts, and Supreme Carts. There is speculation that @Dankwoods is the company behind these carts. The official Cereal Carts Instagram (@cerealcarts) page currently has 46,500 followers. They only follow three accounts, Dankwoods, Dank Vapes (new account @dankvapesla) and Dank Busta.
These unregulated THC cartridges are not known for being clean from pesticides. If you search lab results of these brands online, you will soon find out that most of these unregulated carts tested positive for pesticides and other unwanted substances. These carts also lie about the THC content inside of the distillate oil. It’s mostly cut with terpenes that provides a lot of flavor in exchange for diluting the THC content.
Do not be fooled by the inaccurate THC content labeled on Cereal Carts. There is no reputable proof that these cartridges have 90% THC. There are currently no Cereal Carts pesticide test results available online. However, there are others that look very similar such as Dank vapes and Mario carts. Dank Vapes and Mario Carts both came back testing positive for pesticides. We took a closer look at more fake cartridges that we recommend checking out.
Fake Cereal Carts?
The question many people have about Cereal Carts is wheater there is any reputable company behind it or if these THC carts are all only fake and produced by random people. You can find the Cereal Carts packaging online for sale along with empty vape cartridges. This allows anyone to sell their THC oil disguised as a Cereal Cart. A black market is a place for people to sell cannabis oil cartridges with pesticides because there is no way of telling if a cart is dirty without an independent lab test. These sellers are not testing THC cartridges because a test does cost them a few hundred dollars and requires a few cartridges.
Don’t get fooled by other websites spreading information about these street carts being safe.
How To Tell If Cereal Carts Are Fake
There is a consistency with how the Cereal Carts cannabis oil looks like. It has a clean and clear yellow color. Anything else that may be a darker cannabis oil is most likely of inferior quality. Other giveaways of a fake Cereal Carts is the vape cartridge hardware not being a CCELL cartridge. If there isn’t CCELL etched to the bottom of the cartridge than there is a chance its not authentic.
Another way to identify a fake Cereal cart is by its flavor profiles. The cannabis oil should taste like the cereal on the packaging. It’s quite fascinating how these street carts have such impressive tasting flavor profiles. Although these flavors are better than another of the legal cartridges for sale, they come with pesticides and ant the THC count is lower than advertised in most cases. This is the reason behind the cheap cost for these oil cartridges; terpenes are less expensive than pure cannabis oil.
Just to make sure, it’s kind of ironic to even talk about whether this product is fake or not since there is no reputable company behind it anyway and whoever is selling these cereal carts is infringing other peoples’ trademarks.
Cereal Carts Flavors
The flavor selection for Cereal Carts is quite impressive. The flavor profiles of the cereal are very accurate! There is one huge resource that is providing these prefilled THC oil cartridges nationwide and making a killing do it. These sweet tasting cartridges have no smell that resembles cannabis, instead of it’s hidden as a nicotine vape.
- Apple Jacks
- Cinnamon Toast Crunch
- Coco Puffs
- Honey Nut Cheerios
- Cookie Crisp
- Lucky Charms
- Cap’n Crunch
- Franken Berry
- Count Chocula
- Fruity Pebbles
Cereal Carts Strain Info
There are details about which strains are used to produce each Cereal Cart. These carts are using distillate, which means that the source for the THC could have been extracted from any quality of cannabis. The terpenes used are not naturally derived from cannabis so the entourage effect will be absent; in other words, the high will be short-lived. This is by no means a high-quality cartridge and has been labeled as hot dog water on Reddit.
It’s doubtful that the cannabis strains are accurate on the label, its more likely that the only difference is the terpene profiles. This vape cartridge brand has already proven to be untrustworthy for many reasons. Anything on the label is put there for the sole purpose of convincing people that their product is premium when it’s by far not.
Cereal Carts Price
There is a lot of money to be made from these popular unregulated THC oil cartridges. The average wholesale price of these black market THC oil cartridges is $10 a gram. Move these carts into a state where cannabis is illegal will automatically increase the value up to $60 a gram easy! We do not recommend attempting to try and profit from the sale of cannabis oil cartridges. People are getting arrested with these THC oil cartridges in states where cannabis is not legal.
Whether it’s authentic or a fake Cereal Cart, we advise staying away from these cheap prefilled oil cartridges. Vaping concentrated oil that has pesticides can lead to serious health issues. The THC oil is nowhere near as thick as premium products from reputable brands. The hash oil in Cereal Carts moves too fast and can’t hide the fact its cut with a lot of terpenes. Always evaluate a THC oil cartridge with the bubble test, if the bubble in the cannabis oil travels fast its not good quality. The thicker the hash oil, the more pure THC oil is there, the ratio of terpenes of a premium cartridge is always about 15-20%.
In the bay area where cannabis oil cartridges are legal for purchase, you find these Cereal Carts for sale too. They even managed to find their way into the menu of delivery services trying to profit off their low cost. This is why it’s essential to understand which prefilled 510 cartridges are lab tested and proven clean and accurate with their THC content.
Cereal Cart vs. Dank Vapes
There are more than a few similarities between Cereal Carts and Dank Vapes.
The dimensions of the Cereal Cart packaging is identical to the dank vape cartridge packaging. The THC oil is also nearly identical to each other. It’s easier to mimic a packaging than it is cannabis oil which makes us believe its the same person releasing both vape cartridge brands. The list of similarities gets bigger because both brands claim to have around 90% THC in their carts. The vape cartridge hardware with a plastic mouthpiece is also the same.
The high from both brands does not last long compared to real premium THC oil cartridges. That’s the major difference between a high quality prefilled cartridge vs. an unregulated vape cartridge. The weak strength of this cannabis oil will cause you to hit the vape cartridge frequently.
We strongly discourage buying Cereal Carts and Dank Vapes, and any other unregulated prefilled cartridge. Do not fall for the deception of the inflated THC content numbers on packaging of these street carts.
Dank Vape Has Cereal Flavors Such As Applejacks.
The cannabis oil is mixed with too many terpenes with Cereal Carts, really good quality cannabis oil will not move fast. The THC oil moves too fast with Cereal Carts.
Are you looking for clean THC oil cartridges?
Check out our list of the top 25 best THC cartridges in 2019. We created a list base on cannabis oil cartridge companies that provide independent lab tests of their products. We are frequently expanding and adjusting the list based on new cannabis oil cartridges that we get our hands on.
A premium THC cartridge is going to provide a much better experience compared to carts diluted with terpenes. We always try to educate our readers to invest in quality THC oil cartridges to avoid potential health problems.
In conclusion, there is nothing good about these vape cartridges, and we don’t recommend trying them.