Jeeter Juice Papaya #5 – Papaya #5 is an indica strain consisting of Citral #13 and Ice #2. The taste is similar to its tropical fruit counterpart, but a spicy, peppery side also becomes apparent. It offers a bright tropical fruit aroma as well. Papaya #5 offers sleepy, relaxing and hunger inducing effects, and may help relieve pain, stress and anxiety.
The packaging for Jeeter Juice Carts looks cheap, similar to street brands
The packaging looks very cheap, almost like a glossier, more polished version of the black market Dank Vapes or Cereal Carts with its “nutrition facts” which is why I wanted to try this since they were sold in so many dispensaries in LA. As per their website at Dreamfields Farms, these are distillate oil cartridges infused with botanical terpenes.
The distillate for Jeeter Juice Carts looks okay with no discoloration
For this review, I picked up their Purple Punch, which is a cross between Larry OG and Granddaddy Purple, a strain that is best used for nighttime. When you first look at this Jeeter Juice Purple Punch cartridge, its oil quality looks lighter in color with very little noticeable discoloration. For the most part, it looks like standard distillate oil like other recent distillate cartridges.
Jeeter Juice Carts uses C-Cell M6T hardware, airflow often clogs
Jeeter Juice Papaya #5 – The hardware and efficiency of this Jeeter Juice cartridge was another issue that I had with this cartridge. Each cartridge has the Jeeter logo and is color-labeled. This makes it easy to tell which strain of Jeeter Juice cartridge it is. Its build quality and design is similar to the Dr. Zodiak Jupiter C-Cell cartridges, though it shares other qualities as well. This Jeeter Juice cartridge, which uses the M6T model of C-Cell cartridges, had some problems with airflow that clogged early and often during the use of this cartridge, similar to a Dr. Zodiak cartridge. It seems to last the average number of puffs for a full gram distillate cartridge much like a real Dr. Zodiak cartridge from last year.