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  1. ZenobiaSky
    A Dutch company is capitalizing on the prevalence of e-cigarettes with the introduction of the world's first electronic joint.

    The E-Njoint is fully legal, comes in a variety of fruity flavors, and contains no THC, tobacco or nicotine, making it ideal for "trendy dance parties, music events, bars, clubs and so on," notes manufacturer E-Njoint BV.

    However, users can refill the E-Njoint with cannabis liquid or dry "herbs."

    E-Njoint BV claims it is producing up to 10,000 E-Njoints a day, which are being distributed across Europe.

    The firm's chief executive, Menno Contant, said: "Holland is well known in the world for its tolerant and liberal attitude toward soft drugs, and the introduction of this new product clearly makes a statement: As long as you don't bother or disturb other people, and stay within the legal boundaries, all is well."

    "Developed, manufactured and sold at lightning speed. Everyone should feel fine, because what we are doing is no crime," Contant continued.

    E-Njoint BV is currently in negotiations with medical cannabis company Tikun Olam to see if the E-Njoint will work as a health product, which may be particularly appealing to U.S. states where marijuana has been decriminalized or made available medicinally.

    But with certain countries like the U.K. considering regulation of e-cigarettes, the E-Njoint may soon face some legal battles.

    24 June 2014
    By Sean Martin
    International Business Times

    The Newhawks Crew


  1. Alien Sex Fiend
    I want one! Thats a neat item
  2. Alfa
    Its just an e-cig and has no effect nor marijuana smell. Is it appealing just for the shape?
    The image is not a photo but an animation. Here is what it looks like:
    melon taste ecig.
  3. Mindless
    I doubt if this product could me filled with e-juice containing cannabis oil or extracts. E-cigs may heat propylene glycol or vegetable glycerin to around 190 degrees Celsius (around the boiling point of THC) but vapour production is not sufficient due to the small size of an atomiser's heating surface.

    The atomisers burn out fast, and effects are minimal from a recreational perspective. I can't see how this product could have any health-effects comparable with real medical cannabis.

    The same company market what is described as the 'E-njoint Vaporizer.' According to their advertising this allows one to 'smoke herbs safely' and is a 'dry herb/wax vaporisers operating at 183 degrees Celsius. That's not particularly high and I'm skeptical about it's efficacy in vaporising any form of cannabis.
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