Moose Landing Marina , Rt 302 Naples, 207-693-6264. RPM Service , 1400 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, 207-693-3014. Songo River Queen II , 841 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, 207-693-6861.
RAD Jet Ski , Inc., 545 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, 207-693-8200. Kettle Cove Marina , 60 Marina Road, S Casco, 207-655-4775. Harrison Marina , 779 Harrison Road, Bridgton, 207-647-2628. Bowling (LIST) Strike & Spare - 135 Federal St, Parsonsfield, 207-625-8029 https://www.facebook.com/strikeandspare (23 miles) Saco Valley Sports - 29 Pine St, Fryeburg, 207-935-3777 http://sacovalleysportscenter.com/ (28 miles) Hobbs Lucky Lanes - 108 Park St, S Paris, 207-743-9863 http://hobbsluckylanes.com/ (29 miles) Colonial Bowling Center , 399 Main St, Westbrook, 854-8936 http://www.colonialbowlingcenter.com/ (29 miles) Westport Bowling , 135 Main St, Westbrook, 854-9311 https://www.facebook.com/WestPortBowling (30 miles) Spare Time Ent , 867 Riverside, Portland, 878-2695 http://sparetimeentertainment.com/portland/ (30 miles) Yankee Lanes , 276 Bath Road, Brunswick, 725-2963 http://www.yankeelanes.com/ (49 miles) Sparetime Recreation , 24 Mollison Way, Lewiston, 786-2695 http://sparetimerec.com/ (32 miles) Dining / Restaurants (LIST) Naples KOA Camp Kitchen , Pizza, sandwiches, ribs, etc. Black Bear Diner , 215 Roosevelt Trail, Naples - 207-693-4770. Sandy's Flight Deck , 907 Roosevelt Trail, Naples 207-693-3508. Crazy Stallion Pizza , 639 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, 207-693-7400. Rick's Cafe & Pizza , 860 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, 207-693-3322.
Subway , 639 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, 207-693-3144. Village Side Restaurant & Pub , 377 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, 207-693-1190. Freedom Cafe & Pub , 923 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, 207-693-3700. Gary's Olde Town Tavern , 678 Roosevelt Trail, Naples, 207-693-6806. Chao Thai Restaurant , 112 Main Street, Bridgeton, 207-647-4355. To be blunt, we need to talk about what’s in vape cartridges. Too many THC and CBD cartridges use additives and thinning agents that are potentially damaging to our bodies. These dubious additives have been linked to a series of medical issues from sore throats to popcorn lung. While additional data is needed for conclusions, findings not only urge for further testing but also for these findings to be considered in policy making. At TribeTokes, we strive to stand out as an additive-free solution in this often far too questionable CBD vape cartridge and pen marketplace. To help consumers out, we’re unpacking some of the findings and evidence around popular additives so you know what may be in a cartridge. Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) Medium chain triglycerides (MCT) are fats commonly found in coconut and palm kernel oils. MCT in vapes is confusing for customers because it is very healthy to ingest (it is a healthy fat for your brain), so people assume it is also healthy to inhale. When heated to 230°C, the highest temperature cannabis can be vaporized at before combusting, MCT poses a potential health risk to vape consumers. Some specific claims include lung infections in the form of lipid pneumonia or lipoid pneumonia. The jury is still out on the long terms effects of vaping MCT. A study conducted by the Medical Marijuana Research Institute found that MCT only "produced negligible levels of harmful byproducts" when heated to 230°C. However, another 2017 study in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine found that while MCT did produce less acetaldehyde than other thinning agents, it still produced heightened levels of one or more potentially harmful particles. Vegetable Glycerin (VG) Vegetable glycerin (VG) is a clear, odorless liquid common in vape cartridges in the United States and Canada. Vape companies use it because it's inexpensive (cheapest e-liquid option), for the taste (it is a bit sweet as VG is a sugar compound), and because it produces the biggest clouds, which some consumers like (and mistake for high quality). It is considered safe for human consumption when ingested, but the heating of glycerol has been shown to generate a wide range of carbonyl compounds, including formaldehyde, acrolein, and acetaldehyde, at high temperatures. Glycerin is a bit thick, so many e-juice manufacturers mix it with Propylene Glycol ("PG" - see below). Propylene Glycol (PG) Unlike MCT or VG oil, the potential effects of propylene glycol (PG) have been more critical than other thinning agents. The petroleum byproduct is a colorless, odorless liquid that has been noted as an excellent tool for fighting smoking thanks to its sweet taste.
Additionally, it has found uses in medicines and beauty products as well.
Due to its low oral toxicity, PG has been deemed safe by the FDA. However, some skeptics suggest that this distinction is only applicable to consumption and not inhalation. In 2015, Project CBD noted how THC and CBD cartridges with PG agents had the potential to increase carbonyl exposure to consumers. In a 2017 update, Project CBD detailed, like other reports, how PG can lead to exposure to the harmful carcinogenic compounds. Additionally, when reaching specific temperatures, PG can degrade intro stronger toxins.