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March 5, 2021 ADVERTISE

Product Review: Dreamt Vaporizer Pen

Company: dreamt

Product: Dreamt Vaporizer Pen

Price: $57

What makes this brand unique: Dreamt is dedicated solely to making sure that when your head hits the pillow, you get a restful sleep. As opposed to other cannabis brands with innumerable formulations and products, dreamt sticks with their vape pen, a tincture, and a shot, all to be consumed at bedtime.

Started by Carolina Vazquez Mitchell, a chemist with a focus on cannabis, dreamt is a women-owned company. Mitchell was named an “Outstanding Woman in Cannabis” by Dope Magazine, and her vape pen won “Best New Product” at Weedcon 2020.

Keep an eye on dreamt. Judging by the quality of this product, this brand is definitely an up-and-comer. With that said, let’s jump into the review.

Our Dreamt Vaporizer Pen Review

First and foremost, this product does contain THC. It’s currently only available at California dispensaries.

The dreamt vape pen contains a 2.5:1 THC to CBD ratio. With 400mg of THC, this pen is good for between 30 to 45 days, depending on how much you puff. To ensure a good night’s rest, this product is layered with valerian root and melatonin, too.

The Design

This vape pen came to us in packaging reminiscent of Van Gogh’s Starry Night. The tube-shaped box holds the pen securely in an upright position. The soft matte finish depicts a quiet night bespeckled with shiny gold stars.

Its simple yet thoughtful nighttime mural is echoed again on the pen itself, fading from deep navy to denim blue. The tip of the pen is embossed in gold with an orange light that, when the pen is hit, lights up a crescent moon.

The Experience

That thoughtfulness doesn’t stop with the design team. It’s clear to us that the lab team did its research with cannabis strains. After all, there’s a good reason this vape pen belongs on your night stand.

While dreamt doesn’t disclose exactly what strains they use, you can expect a heady high immediately followed by an intense body high. Essentially, you’ll be distracted by the calming stress relief in your mind long enough to feel each muscle in your body relax and feel heavier. In fact, it was hard for us to keep our eyes open after just 20 minutes!

Dreamt suggests users hit the vape for 2-3 seconds, and we found this was plenty. If you’re a regular cannabis user, consider hitting it a second time to receive the full effect.

Since using dreamt’s vape pen, we’ve become total converts. This perfect herbal blend uses cannabis and terpenes to lull you to sleep, and melatonin and valerian roots to keep you there. We did not experience any grogginess the next morning, like you might with other sleep aids.

The Flavor & Aroma

One of the loveliest aspects about this vape pen is the flavor. Dreamt uses calming lavender (and perhaps a hint of citrus) to add an extra layer of relaxation. If you read our Harbor Hemp CBD Massage Oil review, you know that lavender and citrus are among our favorite scents.

Overall, the taste and smell of cannabis is so mild, you may not even notice it. On top of that, the smell dissipates quickly, making it the perfect option for discreet cannabis users.

The Cons

There are very few cons with this vape pen and we encourage you to try it for yourself.

The first con was that it was clogged upon arrival. Dreamt’s website states that it’s common for vape pens to clog, especially when stored upside down. With a couple strong inhales, the clog came loose and hasn’t been an issue since.

The second con is that even with a short 2-3 second pull, this pen is a little bit harsh. It resulted in minor coughing after a hit. This may not be an issue for regular users, however.


If you have trouble falling or staying asleep, we highly recommend you try dreamt’s Vape Pen. From the taste to the full body experience, you won’t be disappointed.

Tee Corley

Tee Corley

"Tee Corley graduated with a degree in Humanities & Culture from Hampshire College in 2012. Since then, she's written professionally for B2B marketing agencies, online publications, and contributed articles to best-selling books. She is curious, adventurous, and ambitious. With an apparent inability to accept how people "should" behave in society, she has thru-hiked two long-distance trails and continues to travel as much as possible."

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