If you inhale your CBD e-liquid to reduce pain, for example, you will need to take one more dose in a short period of time. You also need to spend additional money to buy a vaping device and know exactly how to use it. Consumers usually apply cartridges, e-liquids or use disposable vape pens.
As a rule, e-juice is made from thinning agents: Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG). There are electric coils in the vaping devices that heat these liquids. The feeling and consistency of the vaped liquid depend on the PG/VG ratio. Note that some vaping devices are compatible with a certain PG/VG level; that’s why ask the manufacturer or carefully read the instructions. Compared to VG, CBD isolate dissolves much better in PG. When you make a mixture, firstly put the required amount of CBD isolate in a PG fluid and dissolve it there using the heating and shaking method. Avoid using too much CBD isolate because it can recrystallise and clog the vaping tanks. If you are an experienced CBD consumer, you can also use a dabbing method. In other words, it is the flash vaporisation of CBD isolate.
In this case, CBD isolate is exposed to very high temperatures using the dabbing rig. Like vaping, dabbing allows our body to immediately take CBD isolate and feel relief. Note that dabbing is not an affordable method because dabbing rigs are quite expensive. A guide on how to use your CBD isolate using the dabbing method: Take a dabbing rig, pour water into the housing, and measure out the required dose of CBD isolate into the cap dabber (wand). It is recommended to start with very small amounts until you get the feel of the inhaling and dabbing process. Allow it to cool for 40 seconds to reach the approximate temperature. When CBD isolate is exposed to overly high temperatures, it loses effectiveness and potency. Install the cap dabber/wand on the hot nail and slowly inhale the produced vapour. Rotate the dabbing wand to ascertain it is all vaporised. Consumers can put CBD isolate directly on the skin to reduce inflammation and relieve pain. The topical method is relatively slow and begins to have an effect on the body within an hour. In this case, CBD effects last for three hours and longer. When you use your CBD products topically, they will act only on the area where you applied them, such as your back, knees, legs, or hands. It’s the best way to solve skin problems, such as redness or acne, or combat joint and muscle pain. For this reason, athletes prefer this CBD consumption method. You can easily prepare your own topical CBD product: add some CBD to your lotion, cream, ointment, roll-on, massage oil, lip balm, or gel. Some manufacturers produce transdermal CBD patches that, according to companies’ promises, will deliver cannabidiol into your bloodstream continuously. Note that there is not much users’ feedback that these patches penetrate into the skin deep enough to reach general circulation. A guide on how to use your CBD isolate topically: Put CBD isolate into your favourite body cream; Mix thoroughly; Apply CBD isolate infused cream on your back, knee, or hand and massage. If you use CBD isolate in the powder form, you don’t need to store it in the refrigerator. To preserve the potency of your product, keep it away from sunlight or extreme heat. One of the most important advantages of the pure powder CBD isolate is that you can easily measure the required amount. How much CBD isolate should you take to experience its effects? To answer this question, you should consider your health condition and consult your physician or any healthcare provider. There is no concrete answer to how much CBD isolate products you should take. When it comes to products containing CBD isolate, there is no ‘one dose fits all.’ We strongly recommend you to start with a small dose of CBD isolate and gradually increase it if required. When calculating your ideal dose, take into account your sex, height, and weight. This means that you should work out your own optimal dose when you start taking CBD isolate products.
Guide on how to determine the best dose for you: Always start with a low dose (5–10 mg) to check how your organism responds; Take the same dose for several days to give your organism time to adapt to CBD; If you do not feel desired results, slowly increase the dose by 5–10 mg at a time. Give your organism 2–3 days to respond with each increase and then raise your dose further, if required; Keep a record of your dose and note down your feelings every day; Do not increase your dose dramatically; Reduce the dose if you feel any discomfort; CBD isolate can have a subtle effect, which does not make you ‘high’; When you start consuming CBD isolate products, consult your doctor, especially if you are pregnant or breastfeeding and take other medicines because CBD may not be compatible with other drugs. High-quality CBD isolate contains 0% THC by definition, which means that you will never feel ‘high’ when taking it. If a CBD product has even a trace amount of THC, there is a risk of failing a drug test.
If you regularly undergo drug testing, CBD isolate is a much better choice compared to full-spectrum CBD products. It is very easy to calculate the dosage of CBD isolate. It is best to weigh out CBD powder using a kitchen scale.