Electrostatic Vapor: Ionic’s Super Lemon Haze


  • Test Results: 93.48% THC | 2.42% CBG | 0.23% CBD
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Super Lemon Haze by Ionic

“Smooth” comes to mind when vaporizing a cartridge from Ionic, an experience-based producer that aligns a lifestyle to match each of their vaporizer lines: Social, Relax and Focus. Ionic uses triple refined cannabis oil, resulting in a potent concentrate. Their proprietary terpene blend is unique to Ionic revealing superior taste true to the plant. Cannabis used for their CO2 oil comes from Eureka, guaranteeing locally sourced botanicals are packed into a sleek and social vessel. Ionic is new to California, emerging after finding success in Washington state. They honor lifestyle values through supporting local artists, collaborating on art showcases, and relieving costs associated with art production.

Super Lemon Haze distillate oil from Ionic’s White line is labeled Focus. Strains available from Focus are all balanced, uplifted sativa varieties. Ionic is an experience-based producer that curates a lifestyle to stand by each vaporizer. SLH terpenes sing a Sweet Tart song in the key of citrus. After one ample puff, I could feel jolting energies surge throughout my body thanks to this uplifting extract. Get ready to check off the to-do list!

Super Lemon Haze by Ionic

Available At…

Nor Cal:

  1. Purple Heart: 415 4th St., Oakland, CA 94607
  2. Canna Culture: 3591 Charter Park Dr., San Jose, CA 95136
  3. CC101: 6435 Florin Perkins Rd., Sacramento, CA 95828

So Cal: 

  1. Dr. Greenthumb – Sylmar: 12751 Foothill Blvd., Sylmar, CA 91342
  2. The Healing Center of San Diego: 3703 Camino del Rio S #215a, San Diego, CA 92108
  3. Desert’s Finest: 12106 Palm Dr., Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

Ashleigh Castro

Ashleigh Castro is a New York seed grown in the California sunshine. A photographer by nature, she developed while capturing peace rallies in San Francisco and snapping shots of musicians. She started at DOPE taking photos for DOPE Magazine as it launched in Northern California in 2015. Aesthetically, her favorite medium to shoot in is film such as 35mm and medium format. Since she studied journalism, she put her DOPEn to the paper and started writing stories about healing family through cannabis, sustainably sourced edibles and consciously created local products. Having developed obscure food allergies caused by histamine intolerance, she applies cannabis to alleviate the symptoms of chronic pain, inflammation and the anxieties surrounding food intolerance. Now managing the NorCal office as well as the area’s content, you can find her on the scene with the DOPE squad or roller skating in the Bay Area’s scenic spots. Her greatest joy working at DOPE is being able to help found a Dream Team of talent and style.

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