Mario Carts cannabis experts agree that Ghost OG has a strong yet well-balanced mix between body and mind. We can report that the Mario Ghost OG cartridge follows this description to a tee. The effects set in immediately and are strong, but not overpowering. Mario Carts Ghost OG scores well for achieving what the strain is supposed to do.
Despite the artfully designed zip-lock bag packaging, Mario Carts cartridges are strong. They come with the standard 510 threads that fit most batteries. At the top is a basic but smooth hitting metal mouthpiece. You can also see in the pics and video that the mouthpiece attachment unscrews. Make a couple turns and it comes right off, allowing for reuse of the cartridge
The tube is thick glass. You can verify this by observing that breaking it was the only way to deconstruct the cartridge. Mario Carts cartridge stems are strong metal with dual absorption pores at the base. You’ll not need to worry about banging these around. They can easily stand the abuse in your pocket. Pull off the metal stem and it reveals the heating source of the cartridges. Taking a close look, you can see the small rod and coil. The element that turns the concentrate into vapor. Glue inside cartridges is always a concern but Mario don’t use any. Each piece of the cartridge fits together tightly to create the seal without the use of a binding agent.
Though they claim the product is lab-tested, they fail to provide any results. On the back of the package, Mario Carts states a THC composition between 83-87 percent. A recent test shows THC coming in at 69.35%. The problem with testing Mario is it’s hard to tell real from fake and there is no company information out there to verify. Mario Carts makes no mention of what Sativa strain they use in the Strawberry Pie cartridge.