In this article we are going to get you up to speed with everything CBD vape juice. Right from the very basics of what even is a vaporiser through to how you make your own juices. Here’s what we are going to cover in this article, skip ahead if you can’t wait
While CBD has been around and used for thousands of years, CBD vape juice is a fairly new way to enjoy the cannabinoid. This is because vaporisers were not invented and widely available until 2003.
CBD vape juice contains 3 main ingredients, all of which are food-grade ingredients and so deemed safe for consumption
Other ingredients might include flavourings, depending on the eliquid you have.
I should write here, that CBD vape juice and CBD vape oil are the same thing. It isn’t actually correct to call it vape oil, however, these terms are used interchangeably. It is really important to remember that you shouldn’t put tincture oil in your vape device. sed interchangeably.
It is really important to remember that you should NEVER put tincture oil in your vape device.
Right, this leads us nicely into our next question…
A CBD vaporiser is a device used to vape the cannabinoid. This tool heats the contents in the chamber and converts it into vapor to be inhaled.
They can also be used for vaping nicotine e liquids and come in different styles for your needs.
There are some that allow you to vape dry herbs and others waxes, most commonly, they are designed for ejuices.
When it comes to vaping CBD you don’t want to be using a sub ohm kit (these are the big kits with lots of buttons and functions). Instead, you want to use a smaller device, such as a starter pen or a basic pod.
This CBD vaporiser will heat the eliquid to the ideal temperature of around 200 degrees C. You would then draw the vapor into your mouth and lungs, then exhale. You won’t be blowing massive clouds with CBD, for one the juice is high in PG which isn’t cloudy, and for two the basic kits aren’t designed to make dense fog.
Not sure how to use one of these vaporisers? The short video below, 30 seconds in explains the mouth to lung kit that you'd use for CBD.
You might decide to use your CBD vape juice every day. Maybe you have a set time, such as first thing in the morning or last thing at night. Or you might just use the vaporiser when you are in pain or suffering from a bout of anxiety.
In terms of how to use CBD vape juice, you will want to follow the instructions of how to fill your kit. Top it up with your CBD vape juice and allow it to settle for 10 minutes or so. This will make sure that the e liquid has saturated the wicks, to avoid dry hits or burning your coil. (This tastes horrible and ruins your coil, so make sure you do allow it to settle!)
Firstly, let’s talk about what the CBD vape juice effects are not, and that is intoxicating. CBD will not get you high, however much you take. That is because it contains legal limits or absolutely no THC.
THC is the cannabinoid that leaves you feeling ‘high’, hungry, giggly and sometimes sick.
Instead, the effects of vaping CBD are quite the opposite. People report feeling:
Adverse effects may include:
Read further into this on the Side Effects of CBD blog.
There are many ways to take CBD and each way has its own benefits and drawbacks.
Many people choose to vape CBD over other delivery methods due to the benefits of CBD vape juice. These include:
Other ways to take CBD are:
Now, how about the benefits of CBD vape juice in terms of what conditions it might help with
You can’t make your tincture drops into an e liquid, however, you can make CBD vape juice at home.
You just need a few ingredients and it isn’t very complicated. You’d just need CBD isolate, VG and PG. If you want to get creative you can also add your own flavourings and really make it personal.
We go into some serious depth about making your own CBD e-liquid including a recipe on our blog how to make CBD vape juice.
Your CBD vape oil should never contain nicotine. This means you shouldn’t buy it containing nicotine and you shouldn’t add a nicotine juice to it. This is because nicotine degrades CBD.
If you also vape a nicotine juice and use the same device for both nicotine and CBD, make sure you keep the two separate. You might have two tanks if you use both juices interchangeably. Contaminating your CBD with nicotine is just going to ruin it.
It is easy to take CBD vape juice. You just need to make sure you have the right equipment. This will be:
You simply fill up your chosen device, allow it to settle for 10 minutes or so, then fire it up according to the instructions.
Once you have inhaled the vapor, you draw it into your mouth, then lungs. There is no need to hold the vapor in. Exhale and relax.
This is a question we are often asked. Some people have to have regular drug screenings for work. If this is you, then it is certainly something you’ll be thinking about. As CBD is legal it will not even be looked for on a drug test. However…
Full spectrum CBD vape juice contains THC. This is where you might feel a little worried. The amount of THC is 0.2% and within the legal limits, so only your VERY sensitive tests will pick it up.
If you’re worried, then we suggest you choose a broad-spectrum or isolate, over the whole plant. Both of these contain zero THC so you can sleep easy that it won’t show up on a drug test.
We actually did a video of our founder taking CBD every day for 10 days. Guess what, no THC showed up on the drugs test! You can watch our experiment here
We’ve kind of touched on this already, but no worries if you skimmed past it or skipped ahead. There are three main types of CBD vape oils. Then these are divided down into flavours and strengths.
Isolate is just CBD. It is extracted from the plant in such a way that everything else is removed.
Broad-spectrum contains CBD and terpenes. Terpenes work in synergy with CBD to create the entourage effect.
The whole plant contains exactly that. THC is filtered out, however, legal limits remain which is 0.2% maximum here in the UK.
Terpenes exist in the plant word, which includes cannabis. They have their own therapeutic benefits and have been used as ingredients in household items and medications for years.
When you vape CBD which contains terpenes it may have the entourage effect. This means that it may enhance your CBD experience by adding other therapeutic benefits and getting them to work in synergy.
For example, one terpene, bisabolol may be good for helping with skin conditions and another, such as Eugenol, may be good for toothache.
Terpenes are plant compounds and will not get you high. It is THC which gets you feeling high, not terpenes or CBD.
Terpenes are safe to vape. However, you shouldn’t vape them on their own. Your full spectrum CBD vape juice will contain terpenes.
At Vape and Juice we sell a range of CBD vape juices. Including those with fruity flavourings and authentic cannabis flavours. The strength and type of CBD juice varies too.
We suggest you start your dosage low then build it up as you work out your own tolerance. If you are looking for edibles, creams and everything else CBD have a look at CBDStar.co.uk.