Tasty quality Mario Carts vape cartridges
With the exploding popularity of weed vapes comes an equally rising popularity in unlicensed, untested, and potentially life-threatening counterfeit weed vapes. And spoiler alert! The hot new Mario Carts that’ve popped up on the illicit markets are incredibly fake. Puff on them at your own risk — to your health and your freedom — as people are now facing prison time for peddling these dangerous products.
So-called “Mario Carts” look incredibly appealing, especially to kids, who will instantly be enticed by the fun and adventurous packaging. So, for the uninitiated, how can you tell that these are fake, unlicensed products? Keep reading.
What can we say after testing both the Mario Cartridges Strawberry Pie and Ghost OG cartridges? We find they have several promising qualities, such as tasty flavors and high-quality cartridges. There are, however, concerns on the less promising side as well. Namely, we highly doubt the legitimacy of Mario Carts as a company. What does this mean?
We can’t be sure that the product is pure. It seems after much research, Mario Cartridges are more just hardware and technically they are fake cartridges .Consume our Mario Carts cartridge review in its entirety and discover for yourself all that we know. These vape carts are also referred to as Mario Carts THC cartridges, as they are primarily THC rather than CBD.
- Good oil strength
- Decent cartridge build quality
- Cool packaging
- No information available on the company
- Many fakes are out there
- No way to verify fake or real mario cartridges
- Recent lab test shows a fail for pesticides and weaker than advertised THC strength
Recommendations: Provide company information with the cartridge with lab test results. Make sure it passes lab tests.
UPDATE 9/11/2019: DISCLAIMER: In light of more recent news, it has become apparent that black market cartridges, counterfeit cartridges, and fake brands of cartridges have become more widespread than we had ever realized. We urge readers to apply their own discretion, and caution that at no point should readers assume that a review of a cartridge on our site is a guarantee of its safety. We advise readers to always verify cartridges as coming from a legitimate source.
Below is a video review. Read further to see the in-depth review of the Mario Cartridges THC vape cartridges.
Mario Cartridges Violate Major Trademarks
The first, and biggest clue, that Mario Carts are fake is the fact that they’re biting the Mario Bros. characters, designs, and titles trademarked by Nintendo Co., Ltd. Nintendo, which is based in Tokyo, Japan — a country where marijuana is beyond outlawed. And unlike the US, where we have a cultural tradition of bucking the system and challenging federal laws, no such rebellious tradition is respected in Japan. Trust us: If Nintendo got into the weed game, HEMP LIFE CONNECT would be one of the first media outlets to let you know.
As far as we know, Nintendo has never announced that it would lend its characters, titles, or their likeness to an American weed vape company. If Nintendo ever did that, they’d issue a press release ASAP.
Note the spelling, too. “Mario Carts” is spelled with a “C” on “carts,” whereas “Mario Kart,” the Nintendo game, is spelled with a “K.”
Mario cartridges are just the best despite all what is been said about.
Previously, even state-licensed, legal weed companies have been sued for biting trademarks. The weed strains “Girl Scout Cookies” and “Gorilla Glue #4” both switched to new, trademark-neutral names (GSC and GG#4, respectively) after their breeders were taken to court. Cease-and-desist orders were also issued to weed products named after Disney characters and edibles manufacturers that copied mainstream candies. Big-name companies are not playing around when it comes to pot producers riding their coattails into undeserved fortunes.