They seem to go by the full name of “Lucky Carts Medicated Vapes,” which is extra-sneaky as they sound like they could even be CBD. However, they go to the trouble of printing a THC percentage right on the packaging, so that rules out medical CBD purposes.
To say nothing of the strain names.
Repurposed public domain figure
If the waving cat looks familiar, that’s Maneki-neko, literally “beckoning cat,” a universally adopted mascot of small businesses throughout Asian culture. While Japanese in origin, it gained popularity in China and has since become a cultural meme figure as common in the east as Santa Claus in the west. It’s supposed to represent good fortune and success. You’ve seen these behind the counter of every other ethnic Asian restaurant or several kinds of small business that’s Asian-owned.
This is like naming your product “Uncle Sam,” using the most generic public domain figure possible. This makes it just about impossible to both properly market and investigate, due to all the duplicate results.
Lucky Carts are found in all the unluckiest places
You bet somebody made an Instagram channel!
Yes, there’s the poker card deck in our banner image on that Instagram. Maybe telling us you’re gambling with your life when you vape mystery oil.
There’s also a Twitter account which seems really sold on Lucky Carts. Complete with hypnotic zooming camera show: