TruClear Concentrate Syringes lets patients dose the amount of concentrate they want to smoke. But many new users ask how to use a Trulieve syringe easily? and what are the best uses for it. It might seem obvious but all you need to do is push the plunger forward to push out the concentrate. There are some tips and tricks that can help if the concentrate is not as liquidy and harder to push out. For the use case, there are many ways to use the concentrate inside the Trulieve syringe. Just to list a couple you can smoke it out of an oil rig, eat it, refill a vape cartridge, or use it topically. See below for a deeper dive into each. To see daily discounts you can go to the front page showing the newest discount. To see all the standard dispensary discounts click here.
How To Use A Trulieve Syringe: Tips and Tricks
If you find it hard to push the concentrate out of the syringe due to the concentrate being stored in a cool area and the concentrate hardened a little bit fear not. There are multiple ways to help relieve the concentration to make it much easier to push out of the syringe. This does not hurt the concentrate as all you are doing is heating it up so it can be more liquid and flow smoother.
The way Trulieve recommends heating the Trulieve syringe is by buying the $20 Trulieve TruClear Warmer. This works by attaching the TruClear Warmer to a 510 battery that has a heat-up feature. Then by heating it up, you can place the Trulieve syringe with the cover on ion the heater and it will heat the concentrate making it flow easier. Trulieve posted a helpful video showing step-by-step how to use the Truclear warmer on YouTube linked here. While having to buy a product to do this sucks many times during Trulieve syringe sales the warmer will be given for free with a purchase so always be on the lookout for that.
Two freeways to heat the Trulieve syringe to get the concentrate inside to flow easier are using a lighter or a towel run under hot water. The lighter way works very well and just requires you to hold the flame under the syringe. Hold it so the flame is barely touching the syringe and rotate the syringe to heat the concentrate evenly. Do this until the concentrate is easier to push out of the syringe. It usually takes a minute or so. Do note the only reason this is safe is that currently, Trulieve uses glass syringes for the concentrate syringes and glass can withstand high temperatures. Never use this trick for plastic tubes or syringes of any kind.
The other trick that does not require a flame is running a kitchen towel under hot water and then wrapping the towel around the syringe. This works by the heat of the towel transfer from the towel to the glass which then heats up the concentrate inside. When wrapping the towel around the Trulieve syringe try to have it so the tip is pointing upwards so the concentrate is flat and even. You can also just run the syringe under hot water and rotate it as needed. Both ways are easy and simple ways to heat the syringe.
How To Use A Trulieve Syringe: Use Cases
The two most popular ways to use a Trulieve syringe or any concentrate syringe are refilling vape cartridges and dabbing. Since a full-gram Trulieve syringe costs $60-$75 and a half-gram vape cartridge costs $48-$60 you can save money by refilling old vape cartridges using the syringe. Just, for example, let us use the cheapest of both options. Two half-gram vape cartridges cost $96 which will equal one gram of concentrates while just one syringe is $60 and is a full gram. So by filling up your own vape cartridges, you can save over $30 for every gram.
Using the concentrate inside the syringe for dabbing is another popular use. Using a glass oil rig, Erigs like a Puffco Peak, or hand vaporizers like Dr. Dapper. These are all great ways to smoke the concentrate effectively. There is a debate if you should just buy crumble, shatter, or rosin instead of the syringe. Some people like the ease of use and the consistency of the concentrates inside the syringes. Also, syringes are almost always in stock while other concentrates might not be.
The last two ways to use a Trulieve syringe are orally and as a topical. While there are better products for these categories Trulieve syringes can be eaten orally to gain the effects and mixed with creams and oils to be used topically. Most users do not eat the concentrate plain but put it on a piece of chocolate or mix it in their coffee or tea. Reviewers say the concentrate alone has a somewhat bitter taste to it. For topicals, people have made their topicals using syringes by mixing them with coconut oil, cocoa butter, or Tiger Palm. There are plenty of guides online on how to make your topical cream at home using distillate.
Hope this information was helpful and informative. Stay safe and stay medicated!