Fake Jungle Boys has been showing up more and more, flooding the black market with false packaging. Jungle Boys is a cannabis company based in Los Angeles focused on selling high-quality cannabis and extracts.
Because they are only based in LA, many fakes are spreading all over legal and illegal states. In this post, we describe how to identify fakes and where to get legit ones.
Fake Jungle Boys is being distributed on the black market, selling the packaging online.
These re-fillable packages come in a variety of sizes and flavors. There are various types of packaging that you can find online on many different websites. From E-bay, Amazon, Alibaba and many more websites, Chinese manufacturers sell the packaging for vendors and people on the street to put whatever they want. Furthermore, it can be difficult sometimes to tell the difference because of how identical they look.
Where can I find real ones?
They are TLC Collected dispensary and Los Angeles Farmers. They wouldn’t have any of their products in any other location other than these two; therefore, it most likely is fake jungle boys if you were to find this company in any other dispensary.
Aside from this, they do not violate any of their products online, nor do they ship anywhere else. Instead, companies are purchasing these packages in bulk, filling them up with their cannabis and selling them online(Home).
The easiest way to classify Fake Jungle Boys is with CannVerify.
If your box doesn’t have this sticker at all, then it’s a fake jungle boy. This is the most manageable way to tell if your packaging is actual or not. Recently, in April of 2019, Jungle Boys decided to put a CannVerify seal sticker on all of their products. Each produce has this sticker sealed to the packaging from their flowers and joints to all of their concentrates. Suppose your package does not contain this sticker, then your product is 100% fake.
Fake Jungle Boys Packaging(Home)
With various types of sizes and flavors in the packaging, fakes can look identical if they have the CannVerify sticker. But there are a few packages out where other companies have copied their logo and added their location or dispensary. Shown below are a few counterfeit packages that are not affiliated with the company.
Jungle Boys don’t distribute any of their products in Canada. As mentioned earlier, they only distribute in two locations, both being in LA.
This is a false company using Jungle Boys and logo for their package.
Jungle Boys is not affiliated with the location Amsterdam nor the company The Smoking Dog Seeds.
Fake Joint Flavor
Having many different flavors, it may be hard to know which flavor is natural or not. There is one in particular that they announced to be fake, which is the SFV x TK joint. They have been popping up on many stores, Weed-maps and Instagram. Our fake joint flavor product sees OG Kush Shatter, cannabis cherry, kush sorbet etc.
Shown above are two different joints. The Wedding Cake is legit, but the SFV x TK is fake.
Fake Jungle Boys Cartridges
First off, Jungle boys don’t have any pens or cartridges on the market. There are so many fake cartridges being distributed on the black market that many people aren’t sure what’s real anymore. We also found these fake Jungle Carts. This is not an actual company, and instead, just a packaging company sold online by Chinese manufacturers.
Jungle Boys never announced having any cartridges out; therefore, these are fake.
Fake Jungle Carts.
Concluding Our Fake Jungle Boys Guide
As we get more information on fakes, we will keep updating the post. But, to conclude, the easiest way to tell if the packaging is authentic or not is by searching the CannVerify sticker. By doing so, you can know if it’s real. Otherwise, it most likely is fake if you have any of the packages affiliated with any dispensary other than TLC Collective or Los Angeles Farmers.
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