CBD Vape Oil is explicitly designed for low powered e-cigarettes or vape pens, and as such should only be used by those who already vape. A tool that has enabled millions of smokers to quit smoking, vaping typically includes nicotine-based, flavoured e-liquid that simulates the experience of smoking while also curbing any nicotine cravings. Vaping CBD Vape Oil is an excellent alternative to nicotine-based e-liquids and more importantly contains no nicotine whatsoever. Where CBD Oil is made from CBD and olive oil, CBD Vape Oil contains cannabidiol and a blend of Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerin (VG); the two staple liquid carriers used for traditional e-liquid. Designed solely to vape, ingesting this liquid will more than likely leave you feeling a little queasy.
If you do not vape, then it is highly recommended that you do not start. As mentioned, CBD will not get you high like THC is known for. However, any effect that CBD does have on you will vary from person to person depending on a wide variety of factors. From CBD concentration to some more personal aspects such as weight and size, the good news is that any side effects you do experience from vaping CBD Vape oil will be minimal. CBD is sold in a variety of concentrations that range from 100mg to 1500mg per 10ml bottle. As such, it is always recommended that you start at the lower end of the spectrum of strengths, and work your way up as your body becomes more tolerant to CBD. If you are a smoker or are already a vaper, investing in a simple CBD Vape Kit will be the first thing to do.
Featuring one of VSAVI's low powered e-cigarettes, a refillable e-liquid tank and a 10ml bottle of CBD vape oil, you'll have everything you need to get started. Simply, fill your e-liquid tank with CBD vape oil, screw the tank onto the end of your fully charged e-cigarette battery, and away you go! Supporting a healthy lifestyle while quitting smoking at the same time - life just got good. You should not under any circumstance vape CBD infused olive oil. Olive oil of any kind is not water soluble, and therefore, you should never inhale it. Vaping it will coat your lungs with oil and inhibit your ability to absorb oxygen. It can seriously damage your lungs, be unable to breath and potentially give yourself pneumonia. So while CBD infused olive oil can be used for cooking and other purposes, you should never vape the oil. If you want to vape your CBD (cannabidiol), make sure that you use products labeled as CBD vape oil or vape juice, also known as e-liquid or e-juice. Before adding liquid to your vaping device, read the packaging it came in to ensure that it is safe. If you see the word tincture or if it suggests that you take it orally under you tongue, it is most likely not vape juice. Look for PG/VG (Propylene Glycol/Vegetable Glycerin) or MCT (medium chain triglycerides) in the ingredients list, which are thinning agents that make the liquid possible to vape. Ever since cannabis legalization has become more widespread, people have been adding CBD to anything they can get their hands on, and olive oil is no exception. But the flavor of pure CBD can be off putting to most. By adding it to olive oil, it becomes a lot more palatable and can be used for cooking to infuse dishes with CBD. You can find recipes online to make your own CBD olive oil, or buy some online, albeit at a premium price. Vape juice is specifically designed to work with the vaporizers in vape pens and other vape devices. CBD oils and tinctures like CBD olive oil are made to be either taken orally or be added to food. They both come a wide range of flavors with varying levels of CBD. Some tinctures may contain MCT, but not in a high enough quantity that is able to be vaped. Therefore, you should always read vape product labels carefully in order to avoid harming yourself. When vaping, vegetable glycerin is the thinning agent that heats up and allows the vape juice to be vaped safely. Vegetable glycerin is made from vegetable oil, but that does not make raw vegetable oil itself safe to vape because droplets of fat will not only clog your vaping device but also your lungs. So, whether it’s olive oil, peanut oil, canola oil, or any other kind of cooking oil, do not vape them because you could seriously injure your lungs. The glycerin part of vegetable glycerin is technically alcohol, and there are ways to vape traditional alcohol, but it’s not something anyone would recommend.
Inhaling alcohol bypasses any filters your body has, which means you can get dangerously intoxicated very fast. Besides oils, tinctures and CBD olive oil as previously mentioned, there are other substances you should not vape. These include honey or any kind of corn syrup-based sugar, which like alcohol is prone to ignition. When purchasing CBD vape cartridges, buy from reputable sources because some suppliers will replace CBD extract with cheaper essential oils and other plant matter. Unregulated vape supplier will essentially dilute their CBD products in order to make greater profit margins.
Therefore, stay away from pre-filled cartridges and fill your vape devices yourself with a vape juice you trust. Vaping CBD requires additional caution because of the inherent health implications. Everyone reacts to CBD differently, so you result may vary based on the reaction you are intending. Therefore, it is recommended to start at a low dosage concentration and then increase it gradually. Common side effects include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and drowsiness.