CBD Vape does not contain any oils at all. The term gets thrown around loosely. There are generally 2 ways CBD liquids are used in vape devices.
1. CBD e-Juice AKA CBD vape. This is made with Vegetable glycerin and propylene glycol.
2. CBD Distillate. This is used in cartridges.
Keep reading to discover the oil that is mistakenly used to vape and can cause harm.
When shopping for an effective CBD vape, your research will present you with two options. CBD Vape Juice and CBD Vape Oil. Those two options can easily lead to confusion if you don’t have experience with either of them.
Furthermore, the information online will lead you to believe that they are talking about two completely different products and to make matters worse. Some people mistakenly refer newbies to vape “CBD oil Drops” that are meant to be used as drops under your tongue and should never be used to vape. Today you’ll learn how to differentiate CBD Oil Drops From CBD Vape products so you can start using CBD safely and effectively.
Can I Vape CBD Drops?
CBD oil which is mixed with MCT oil (coconut oil) or Olive oil is not meant for vaping. CBD Oils products are known as “CBD Oil Drops” or “CBD tinctures”. These products are taken orally by placing a few drops underneath your tongue. They come packaged in three formulas. CBD isolate drops, CBD Full Spectrum Drops or CBD Broad Spectrum Drops. Any products that have MCT oil listed as an ingredient should not be used as a vaping product as it poses potential health risks. You can learn more about the differences in CBD drops here.
Breaking down the differences in CBD e-Juice or CBD Vape Oil. Let’s clear up the differences between CBD e-juice and CBD Vape Oil once and for all.
What CBD e-Juice is…
CBD Vape products are made with CBD Isolate as the active ingredient, infused with Propylene Glycol & Vegetable Glycerin as the carriers of flavor, cannabinoids and produce vapor . You will find these 3 main ingredients in 99% of the products that are out in the CBD vape market. Food grade flavorings are then added to give you a more pleasurable experience. Most CBD e-liquids do not have nicotine. You should always read the label to make sure the product you choose does not contain Nicotine.
All Avida CBD infused e-liquids are 100% nicotine-free. If you have ever seen or felt a CBD e-liquid, it easy to confuse it for oil since it looks and feels oily. It’s not an oil.
Is CBD Oil Used In Cartridges?
Then next option you may be presented within your search for the perfect CBD Vape is a CBD Cartridge. It’s easy to confuse the content of these types of products for oil since it’s a thick substance with a yellow to dark color that looks like an oil. But it’s NOT. These products use RAW CBD distillate with added terpenes which is a result of the extraction process and levels of filtering.
Here you’re getting the full plant extract that includes a wide range of cannabinoids, terpenes, and in some cases THC. Some CBD cartridge manufacturers add additional flavored terpenes into their distillate to provide a wide variety of flavor options as well.
As you can see, the term CBD Vape Oil has been thrown around loosely to describe CBD e-liquid and CBD Vape Cartridge products. There are no CBD Vape Oils, only CBD Oil Drops, CBD E-liquids, and CBD Cartridges. Now you may be thinking… Ok, now that I know that I can’t vape CBD oil drops. What’s the difference between CBD e-juice and CBD Distillate. Which CBD vape product is right for me? Let’s jump in and talk about the pros and cons of the two. Starting with CBD e-Juice.
Should I Use CBD e-liquid or CBD Cartridges?
If you are new to vaping CBD, we recommend starting with our CBD e-juice. Our CBD e-liquids are made with CBD isolate derived from Hemp grown on farm bill compliant farms. Our CBD Isolate is then infused into USP certified and kosher vegetable glycerin(VG) and pharmaceutical grade propylene glycol(PG). We then layer these ingredients with flavorings sourced in the USA that contain no fats, calories, sweeteners or preservatives to deliver a superior CBD infused vape product and experience.
Our artisan-crafted flavors come in 10 delicious flavors including old favorites like Blue Razz for the blueberry and raspberry fanatics, Berry Grape for those that love the sweet taste of grapes and strawberries, Manga Mango that gives you a tropical vibe, and our flavorless additive for those that want to use our Avida Core Isolate in their favorite e-liquid flavors.
Strengths range from 250mg for the beginner, 500mg for the experienced, and 1,500mg for the seasoned pro.
We recommend you start here as all our e-liquids use only one cannabinoid. That is the CBD cannabinoid isolated by itself. Most people get the effects they seek by using CBD isolate only. The other advantage of using a CBD Isolate Vape Juice is that the liquids can be used with most vape pens, vape mods, vape pods, and other devices that allow you to use regular e-liquids. These devices are readily available and can be easily found at your local vape shop. For those that are looking for a stronger alternative to a CBD isolate. We recommend you try distillate found in CBD Cartridges. If you seek information about CBD oil side effects, please check here.
So you’ve determined that CBD e-juice just doesn’t cut it and you need something stronger. CBD Cartridges may be the solution. Here’s why…
CBD cartridges that use distillate carry an even wider range of cannabinoids and terpenes. With almost the entire plants extract in place followed by some purification process you can’t lose, you’ll experience the entourage effects that CBD isolate alone can’t provide. These cannabinoid and terpene-rich cartridges fall in line with the Full Spectrum category so this means that THC may be present. You’ll want to carefully check out the label or lab results if you are sensitive to THC or if your Job prohibits the use of THC infused products.
However, the general rule of thumb is that you shouldn’t be using any cannabinoid-infused products, including CBD if you have a job that periodically does drug tests without consent from them. Most drug tests generally test for Cannabinoids in general and not just the THC cannabinoid. So you can easily fail one of these tests just by using CBD products. Check our CBD shop.
A drawback for these types of products is that they may not be available at your local vape shop and you may need to visit a dispensary to get a quality product. You’ll find cartridges mostly sold in 250mg and 500mg strengths. If you’re looking for something stronger, you’ll have to look towards THC infused products.
I hope this article has been informative. If you have a friend or family member that may need a little clarity on the subject please feel free to share this article with them. You can find our deliciously crafted CBD infused e-liquids here. Shop with confidence knowing that your purchase is backed by our 100% bottom of the bottle guarantee. If for any reason you’re not 100% satisfied simply return the bottle for a full refund. Shop Avida CBD e-Juice today!