WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CBD ELIQUID BEFORE USING IT
Vaping has become a popular means of using CBD. There have also been a lot of products available which makes it pertinent that you are aware fully of which oil(s) is suitable for vaping and also how to verify the quality. This article is a guide to helping you know the essentials you need before shopping for CBD vapes and vape juice and their proper usage. Always consult your doctor to make sure CBD is a good fit for your daily life.
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol is the full name of CBD. It is a natural-occurring cannabinoid that is found in hemp which is a type of cannabis plant. CBD is known for its wellness enhancing properties and is been grown in recent years and gaining popularity. CBD oil has also been known to aid in many aspects of life. CBD can be infused in various products which include edibles, CBD oil tinctures, vape juice, creams, and capsules.
CBD oil should not be confused with hemp seed oil because it has been traditionally used as an oral tincture. CBD tinctures are strictly for ingestion, unlike CBD vape juice. Sadly, most of them have no proper warning labels. Below are types of CBD that are suitable for vaping:
CBD vape juice: CBD used for vaping is at times referred to as "CBD vape oil" but contains no actual oil. More appropriately, it is called CBD vape juice. It generally contains food-grade ingredients such as - MCT oil - that can be taken orally but are different from the oil-based tincture. It is important to carefully look through the ingredients because if it has in it other than VG, PG, MCT Oil, or CBD extract, cannabinoids, and terpenes then it is not suitable for inhalation. Avoid the risk of having vape oil that does not say something about vaping, vape juice, or e-juice on the label.
CBD cartridges: like THC oil cartridges, there are disposable slim e-cig tanks that are filled with CBD e-juice. They connect to a 510 battery and usually make provision for an easy entry into vaping CBD.
What dosage should I take?
Unfortunately, there is no "one-size-fits-all" dosage for CBD. This usually depends on several factors which include the factors been treated, tolerance, and body weight. Moreover, people's metabolism and the endocannabinoid system are different which has unique results for each person. A CBD vape cartridge typically containing 100 mg of CBD will deliver 1-2 mg CBD with each puff. If you use a CBD vape tank or pen, you will be taking more CBD per puff but this all depends on your device and the strength of the CBD vape juice you are using. It is best to start taking CBD at a low level and work up. Gradually you will increase your every time.
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