When it comes to developing our products, we follow an elaborate and strictly controlled production process.
Below, you’ll see the steps we take to make sure you have the best experience every time you use your Vappease.
Step I / FROM PLANTS TO EXTRACTS
GROW AND HARVEST
Our extracts are obtained from Hemp Futura 75 (THC<0,2) that is grown ethically and sourced responsibly from legally authorized fields in the EU hemp market.
CRITICAL CO2 EXTRACTION OF CONCENTRATED OIL
The plants we use are refined through CO2 supercritical extraction to create concentrated oil.
We test for any unwanted substances (i.e., THC, Mycotoxins, microbial contamination, etc.), to ensure that they do not make their way into our products.
Step II / PURIFICATION AND SEPARATION
We use a cooling process on our extracts to remove any additional residual substances, such as fats and waxes.
Once the extract is purified, we heat and cool it rapidly to separate and isolate CBD and other cannabinoids. We make sure our products do not contain any THC.
After distillation, we run another test, just to be sure the quality of our products remains intact. This further increases the purity of our extracts.
Step III / FORMULATION
FORMULATION OF TERPENE PROFILES
We use carefully selected, certified terpenes of the highest quality to give our extracts the flavor and scent that will provide you with a wonderful vaping experience every time.
FORMULATION OF THE VAPPEASE CANNABINOIDS BLEND
Using precise and controlled methods, we then mix the terpenes with our distilled extracts to create the best blends. We make sure ratios are respected, so every single batch provides the same quality.
Before preparing our final product, we systematically perform a third test to check for contamination by residual solvents and to confirm our extracts have been blended properly.
Step IV / LAST STEP OF PRODUCTION
VAPPEASE FILLING AND PACKAGING
Now it’s time to fill our pods with our uniquely blended extracts and prepare our vape pens for their journey to you.
LAB TEST + VAPPEASE TEST
For our final test, we select pens from our already packaged products to check for purity and make sure our vape pens work just right.
WE HOPE YOU’LL FEEL HAPPEASED
We hope you will love our products just as much as we do. It is our pleasure to create these unique products and we’re delighted to share them with you. Don’t hesitate to share your thoughts.
Guide to CBD
We have created this guide to give you a general overview of CBD and bring you one step closer to the goal of Happease : make CBD simple and enjoyable. We believe you will find it useful, whether you’re a CBD beginner or just curious about the news and benefits.
Legal Disclaimer: The information reported in this Guide is based on customer feedback and third-party sources. Happease does not conduct clinical studies.
Reasons for using CBD
CBD not only enables you to increase inspiration, feel invigorated and focused it also helps shake off your shyness and just relax, which is why people enjoy using it.
Great for workouts, clubbing or creativity
- Stimulates the senses
- Increases focus and concentration
- Boosts energy
- Uplifts mood and motivation
Great for relaxing after work and before bed
- Relaxes mind and body
- Relieves pain and nausea
- Stimulates appetite
- Reduces anxiety
Great for lasting relief for sore muscles
- Reduces inflammation
- Lessens chronic pain
- Helps with recovery after exercise
Why use vaporizers?
One of the great advantages of vaporizers is their visual aspect: they are very small and elegant — As they almost look like a pen, it is easy to take them with you everywhere you go. No need to wait when you want to use them: they don’t need to heat up. The greatest advantage, however, is that vaporizers generally vaporize the CBD extract stored in the replaceable pods rather than combusting it, which prevents them from releasing unhealthy compounds.
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is the most extensive network in the body when it comes to the number of receptors involved. These receptors interact with the active components found in cannabis. The elaborate ECS receptor network is based in the brain and spreads throughout the body — from organs (i.e. motor and immune systems) to the skin and even to bones. Its main purpose is to interact uniquely with substances of the cannabinoid type.
Extensive health benefits
The ECS has an impact on a vast array of both lifestyle and health issues. It affects everything from immunity, metabolism, reproduction, over energy and stress to sleep, appetite and pain.
Mood & Productivity
- Stress response
- Appetite stimulation
- Gastrointestinal inflammation
- Gastrointestinal spasticity
- Muscle spasms
- Muscle spasticity
- Chemo-induced neuropathy
All natural lock & key
The easiest way to explain how the ECS works, is probably to imagine it as a simple lock-and-key system that’s hidden inside your body. Every receptor is a security lock that cannot be opened without the proper key. When it comes to the human body, there are two different kinds of keys : endocannabinoids and phytocannabinoids.
The first are naturally present in our bodies in the form of Anandamide and 2AG. Phytocannabinoids, on the other hand, are found in plants. Since both keys interact with the body in exactly the same way, the Happease team has chosen to incorporate phytocannabinoids from cannabis in their formulas.
Studies about ECS
- 2013 – Endocannabinoid System and Pain: an Introduction, by James J. Burston and Stephen G. Woodhams
- Arthritis Research UK Pain Centre, School of Life Sciences, University of Nottingham Medical School, Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham NG7 2UH, UK 2
- 2015 – The Endocannabinoid System and its Modulation by Phytocannabinoids, by Vincenzo Di Marzo and Fabiana Piscitelli
The American Society for Experimental NeuroTherapeutics
- 2006 – The Endocannabinoid System as an Emerging Target of Pharmacotherapy, by PAL PACHER, SANDOR BATKAI, AND GEORGE KUNOS
Laboratory of Physiologic Studies, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, U.S. Government work not protected by U.S. copyright
- 2012 – [American Chemical Society] – “Redundancy” of Endocannabinoid Inactivation: New Challenges and Opportunities for Pain Control, by Fabiana Piscitelli and Vincenzo Di Marzo*
- 2018 – [Hindawi Pain Research and Management Volume 2018] Review Article – Targeting the Endocannabinoid System for Prevention or Treatment of Chemotherapy-Induced Neuropathic Pain: Studies in Animal Models