The Minerals and Elements That Make Up Vape Concentrates – A Portable Vaporizer Liquid Breakdown

ploompaxportablevaporizerAs a natural resources and mining company we are constantly investigating the popular fuels and the liquefied product trends of the market regardless of industry.  Widely regarded to be on the cutting edge of all things energy and natural elements we like to stay at the forefront of a wide variety of research topics.  One of the hottest subject matters currently facing many of the states in the country today is it residents ability to use concentrates and this mass national movement has caught a hold of our attention for a plethora of reasons.  Wanting to stay as informed as possible we have decided to investigate the market a bit more and specifically to find out about what a portable vaporizer concentrate is made from.  Reading up on some of the Pax 3 reviews really had us thinking and wondering about what does actually make up a vape concentrate.  There appears to be a couple choices from what we gather so far so lets take a look at a few of the more common portable vaporizer concentrates that are out and available now.

Portable Vaporizer Concentrate Selection Type #1: Oil Portable Vape Concentrates

Often referred to as Butane Hash Oil (BHO), Bubblehash or honey oil these concentrates can contain up to 80% THC.  There recently has been a new CO2 extraction which is replacing the old butane solvents so oils are now becoming much cleaner and healthier.  Concentrate oil is oil is mainly used for vaping with a vaporizer or vape pen like the Pax 3 or cooing so there are a ton of uses for this type of element within the environment in addition to its medicinal qualities.

Portable Vaporizer Concentrate Selection Type #2: Wax Portable Vape Concentrates

Often referred to as budder, crumble and flake wax vape concentrates are often flaky and semi moist.  THC levels for wax concentrates usually hover somewhere in the 70% range making them a bit less powerful then the typical oil concentrates.  Wax is created very similar to how oil is made the only difference being that wax is whipped during the purging process, adding air to add solid ridges within the extract.  Wax usually requires around 400 degrees to get and can be consumed through glass, a nail dab rig or a portable vaporizer pen.

Portable Vaporizer Concentrate Selection Type #3: Shatter Portable Vape Concentrates

Shatter or cannabis oil’s counter cousin it is some of the strongest THC concentrate you will find available often coming in at 90% and above.  Shatter also to is very close to its oil and wax counterparts with the difference in its production process lying in the fact that it does not get whipped but instead during the cooling process, it hardens into a thin cake that is broken up into glass like fragments that “shatter”, hence the name.  Vape pens and dab rigs are ideal for shatter vape concentrate consumption as well.  If you could choose to consume any portable vaporizer concentrate which one would it be?

Biofuels Infographic – A Positive Alternative Renewable Energy Resource


We often get asked the same question a lot and that is if Biofuels are a positive alternative sustainable energy resource and we think the answer is yes. While traditional fueling methods have worked in the past due to a variety of reasons they are no longer feasible as we look towards the future. When it comes to the energy sources of tomorrow we need to discover more environmentally and renewable options that favor longevity and a healthy ecology. If you do not believe in biofuels we encourage any and everyone to do the research. A great place to start is this wonderfully illustrated infographic derived from an interview with Heather Young. Lets take a look at some of the statistics and numbers that make biofuel such an appealing alternative energy option.

Biofuels By The Numbers #1: Can Meet 30% of Liquid Fuel Demand In 25 Years

That is a pretty amazing number when you think about it. That means Biofuels would almost be able to replace half the liquid fuel used in a mere 30 years or so and with all the electric vehicles and alternative energy solutions we have to think these numbers could may even accelerate. This shows we do not have to rely on foreign interests nearly as much as we once did giving us more freedom and options to power our lives how we want and that usually means cheaper and more effective solutions.

Biofuels By The Numbers #2: 4.6 Million Hectares of Sugarcane Produced 27 Billion Liters of Ethanol

This number really highlights the fact that when it comes to Biofuels a little can go along way. That is the beauty of Biofuel. It is efficient and effective and can scale up in ways that most alternative energy sources can not. Biofuels can take available resources and create new and better resources at very little cost or detriment to current systems. The infographic notes that when handled correctly Biofuels can reduce greenhouse emissions of transportation fuels by as much as 80% and the fact that only a small amount of resources are needed to make a huge impact is what makes this energy source so great.

Biofuels By The Numbers #3: 7 of 10 California Landfill Items Are Considered Organic

We really like this infographic stat because it shows the potential of Biofuels. There are clearly still a lot of untapped sources that we are not even considering and energy created from landfill waste may be one of them. Being environmentally sustainable is all about recycling and reusing and Biofuels due to there nature give us an opportunity to do just that. Just imagine we could leverage all this extra unused waste and turn it into energy. That would be pretty incredible to see in action.

Think Biofuels are the energy of the future? We would love to hear your feedback.