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MassTerpenes - serVm - Liquidizer

Discussion in 'Concentrates' started by d:\program, May 20, 2019.

  1. d:\program

    d:\program Member

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    Has anyone tried this yet? Looks promising. I may do a review and report back.

    MassTerpenes - https://massterpenes.com/products/servm?variant=19291528724537

    "serVm
    : The first and most concentrated flavorless liquefying product designed specifically for unwinterized concentrates like rosin, crumble, wax, etc. Ingredients:100% terpenes and terpenoids.

    Now Available: For the month of May we will be including a free mixing vial, a blunt-tip syringe, an empty cartridge as well as an additional surprise gift with the purchase of this product. Mixing is very simple: add 7 drops per 1 gram of extact and bake the contents for a full 30 minutes at 240F without removing from oven. We still classify this product as an intermediate level product to use as it requires more attention to details regarding mixing steps, cartridge types, and precise ratios.

    serVm (pronounced “Serum”) is a project that has been our behind-the-scenes focus for years now and we are proud to finally offer it to our customers. serVm is truly the first of its kind as it is the most concentrated and most versatile liquefying agent to hit shelves. We developed serVm as a specialized flavorless liquefier, specifically designed to work with rosin and unwinterized extracts like waxes, crumble, and live resin. Rosin especially is notoriously difficult to convert into an oil that does not clog or separate. This product is ideal for those that only want to use terpenes and do not want to dilute their oil at all.

    This version does exceptionally well with concentrates containing lipids ands waxes as it will keep the oil perfectly mixed without any clogged or burnt coils. What makes this product different is this all happens with hands down the least amount of diluent you can, making it the purest option for oil-making. "
     
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  2. Hackerman

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    What's in it? The Safety Data Sheet says,

    "If inhaled: Keep patient calm, remove to fresh air" and
    "Special hazards arising from the mixture: Harmful vapors. Evolution of fumes/fog." and
    "For emergency responders: Wear respiratory protection. Avoid breathing vapors, mist or gas"

    I'm probably not going to be vaping any of this real soon unless I know what's in it. True Terpenes is going through scrutiny right now for allegedly having mineral oil in their 'proprietary' mixture.

    Why wouldn't they want people to know what's in it? I see other dilutant manufacturer's listing their contents now.
     
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  3. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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    [​IMG] I was about to start a thread about flavourless terps. There are some worring things about them and Hackerman is on the point with his question about safety .
    https://abstraxtech.com/pages/tec-temper-diluent
    https://abstraxtech.com/products/tec-temper?variant=8743372718190
    There is an MSDS.
    The Tec-Temper blend it is a tri-ethyl citrate base with a proprietary mixture of odorless terpenes and this mixture has antioxidant and anti-irritant components
    Tri-ethyl citrate is pretty shitty for your health ,it causes cancer and cell mutation...
    I am researching also another product which is called Viscosity but it doesnt work with CBD. and i dunno about its ingredients.
     
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  4. Hackerman

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    Be warned, Viscosity is under the gun right now for their "proprietary" formula being nothing but mineral oil. Very very dangerous.

    Definitely STAY AWAY from True Terpenes Viscosity.

    So far, test reports from 3 or 4 different labs are showing NO TERPENES in Viscosity.

    Unfortunately, in an emerging market like this, there are going to be people who will do anything in the name of greed. And, so far, the market is totally unregulated. Fucking cowboy shoot.

    If you want more info on the Viscosity thing, see "ExtractNinja" and "Viscosity" at ICMag.
     
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  5. d:\program

    d:\program Member

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    Thanks for the heads up! It's all too easy to get caught up in a product when it claims to solve a problem.
     
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  6. BermyBaked

    BermyBaked Give thanks for life

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    Are there any safe products out there for liquidizing? Im relatively new to vape oils but I am a D.I.Yer. when it comes to grows and concentrate making. I need some help on making a healthy decision on this topic and there are plenty of unscrupulous venders out there that dont give a "flying f***" bout my health!
     
  7. Hackerman

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    One of the Terp suppliers at F4200 has decided that in the interest of full disclosure and to counter the bad vibes from True Terpene's Viscosity being proved to be no terps and all mineral oil, they actually listed their ingredients of their dilutant. I'm sure other manufacturers will follow in time.

    For now, I believe the supplier was called Floraplex. If you need a confirmation of that, I'll find the thread and provide you with a link.

    EDIT: https://future4200.com/t/floraplex-terpenes/2401/352
     
    Last edited: May 30, 2019
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  8. invertedisdead

    invertedisdead High Standards

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    What they won't tell you is decarbed unwinterized concentrate usually tastes pretty awful. I guess the terps are supposed to cover that up but I doubt they really do.

    Lately I've learned that even some cannabis derived terpenes can miss the mark, so I doubt any of these blends really taste like cannabis.

    Also I wouldn't expect to get many refills when using liquidized concentrates.
     
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  9. Hackerman

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    I use terps in edible to customize the effects but I have never used them in carts. Nor, have I tried any of the pre-mixed flavors. I understand a lot of people like them and some don't. However, almost all agree that they don't taste like the flower version.
     
  10. BermyBaked

    BermyBaked Give thanks for life

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    Thanks plenty Hackerman...I'll definately check that out.
    Bless
     

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