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PAX 3 is one of the first dual-use portable vaporizers available to consumers. Celebrated by device owners everywhere for its high-level performance, the device quickly earned its reputation as a customer favorite, with new and experienced consumers alike hailing PAX 3 as a discreet way to vapor materials on the go.
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First, let’s explain how vaporizers work. Vaporizers use high heat to transform cannabis to its aerosolized state. This means that all the THC, CBD, and other compounds in your cannabis get heated until they become airborne. The end result is a vapor that you can inhale. Since all the compounds in your cannabis get turned into a breathable vapor, there is a noticeable scent. If you plan to vape weed, you may want to be aware of what kind of scents it may have.
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Nov 11, 2021
We owe our freedoms to the courage and sacrifice of military veterans. But freedom isn’t free, and our veterans are paying the ultimate price. Faced with physical, mental and emotional pain and trauma, veterans too often don’t have access to the support and services they need. In the US, veterans are at a significantly increased risk of suicide as the general population. Veterans with chronic conditions are commonly treated with opioids, which put them at risk of substance abuse and — worse — death, as opioid overdoses increase at alarming rates. Many veterans see cannabis as a critical alternative to help manage pain and other issues following their service. 
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Aug 11, 2022
PAX 3 is one of the first dual-use portable vaporizers available to consumers. Celebrated by device owners everywhere for its high-level performance, the device quickly earned its reputation as a customer favorite, with new and experienced consumers alike hailing PAX 3 as a discreet way to vapor materials on the go.
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Nov 11, 2021
We owe our freedoms to the courage and sacrifice of military veterans. But freedom isn’t free, and our veterans are paying the ultimate price. Faced with physical, mental and emotional pain and trauma, veterans too often don’t have access to the support and services they need. In the US, veterans are at a significantly increased risk of suicide as the general population. Veterans with chronic conditions are commonly treated with opioids, which put them at risk of substance abuse and — worse — death, as opioid overdoses increase at alarming rates. Many veterans see cannabis as a critical alternative to help manage pain and other issues following their service. 
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