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Best Devices To Vape CBD

With the legalization and current boom of the cannabis industry worldwide, many have adopted cannabidiol (CBD) due to its therapeutic effects. The different ways of consuming CBD comes as an added advantage since users can choose depending on their preference.

Several pieces of research indicate that cannabidiol is effective for alleviating several health issues, especially when you ingest it in direct ways like vaping. Studies suggest that vaping CBD is the most bioavailable means of consuming the compound, mainly because vaporizing CBD over oil makes it water-soluble.

Vape Devices & CBD E-liquids

This explains why the popularity of CBD among vape users has risen over such a short period. Nevertheless, those new to the vaping world can find CBD e-liquids and vape setups challenging to choose from.

There are endless choices available in the vape market , especially when it comes to vape devices. That’s because the wrong device can ruin your experience completely, rob you of the benefits CBD provides, and lead to leaks.

CBD vape juice is relatively thinner than your standard vape e-liquid due to the PG it contains. Hence, using such a light liquid in vape kits with many air holes or big cloud kits could cause leaks.

Generally speaking, devices such as SMOK Vape Coils and other compact kits are more suited for vaping CBD flowers.

So this article compiles the top five vape devices suitable for CBD consumption.

CALM CBD Vape Pod

The CALM CBD Vape Pod Starter Kit was manufactured by Kind Group LLC. This is also the company behind The Kind Pen. The vape device comes with a rechargeable battery, two CALM pods, each equipped with 50 milligrams of CBD, and a micro-USB charger. The main ingredients of its CBD vape juice are as follows:

  • MCT oil
  • Pure CBD distillate
  • Natural terpenes

It comes with pure CBD distilled from certified industrial Colorado hemp, containing zero THC. You can get about 300 puffs from each pod. The CALM CBD vape pod is available for purchase online with all the lab tests to guarantee quality.

Try The CBD

Try The CBD offers one of the most convenient CBD pens in the market in terms of simplicity and portability. This pre-filled vape pen has a vape cartridge and a battery. The cartridge comes in seven different strains, and you choose between Green Crack, Strawnana, Gorilla Glue #4, OG Kush, Natural, Indica, or Pineapple Express.

If you’re avoiding vape products containing additives, you need to consider Try The CBD vape kits. They are reputable for containing no additives or fillers like MCT, VG, PG, or Tec Temper. Each kit only offers pure CBD and natural terpenes without any THC.

SMOK NORD 2

The SMOK NORD 2 is among the top-selling kits in the vape market, and for good reasons. Its battery is among one of the biggest you can find in any pod kit at 1500mAH. Hence, you don’t have to worry about running out of power. It also has a small display screen on the side panel that shows the remaining battery life.

On top of this, the SMOK NORD 2 is also refillable. Therefore, you can try different types of CBD e-liquids. Plus, its coil is mesh. So you don’t have to worry about dry hits since the device absorbs CBD juice much better.

Harmony CBD Vape Kit

The Harmony CBD vape device is unique because it guarantees safety due to the lab tests carried out on it, but that’s just half of the threat. It was also designed in a facility with an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification. It’s simply one of the highest quality vape devices you can buy.

You can decide to purchase the cartridges separately for your sub-ohm or select a pre-filled type having reusable cartridges. Its CBD juices contain no other ingredient apart from organic VGs. You’ll find a charger, two pre-filled cartridges, and an instruction manual in the kit’s box.

Wild By Nature

The CBD device designed by Wild By Nature provides a clean, cool CBD vapor due to the high-end temperature-regulating technology. It doesn’t have any anodized coating but has a strong battery and charging cable in the package. This vape pen is also durable, convenient, and portable. So you shouldn’t have any problems fitting it into your purse and pocket.

It’s made for use with Wild By Nature CBD pods which you’ll have to buy separately. They come in various types, such as Fresh, Escape, and Chill. They each contain 100 milligrams of CBD isolate designed to offer users a flavourful vaping experience. Like the other top-quality CBD juices, they also have no trace amounts of THC.

Conclusion

As much as vaping is fun, you want to remain mindful of the rules and regulations regarding the use of CBD and cannabis products. This is still a tricky topic because every state and province has its own set of laws that regulate such substances. Also, there’s the issue of vaping in public places, which some facilities allow and others don’t.

Therefore, it all comes down to where you find yourself and what the norms dictate. Whatever be the case, you can’t go wrong with any of these five devices when it comes to vaping CBD e-liquids, even if you prefer vaping in stealth mode.

You can also visit our CBD section of the website for a full list of products to purchase.

What to Know About Vaping THC Oil

Adah Chung is a fact checker, writer, researcher, and occupational therapist.

As more states legalize medical and recreational marijuana use, you may be curious about the types of products available to you. The popularity of vaping tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) oil is one that is on the rise.

Vaping THC oil involves heating the oil and inhaling it through a vaporizing device like a vape pen or e-cigarette. Many healthcare providers are concerned about the health-related effects of this THC product type.

Also Known As: A THC vaping device can be referred to as a vape pen, dab pen, wax pen, THC pen, e-hookah, or mod. THC oil is sometimes called vape juice, 710 (OIL spelled backward), wax, shatter, or black glass. The container that holds the oil is known as a pod.

Drug Class: Marijuana has long been known for both its stimulant and depressant properties. However, it is also sometimes classified as a hallucinogen.

Common Side Effects: Cannabis vaping can result in side effects such as cough, chest pain, shortness of breath, and gastrointestinal issues.

How to Recognize THC Vaping Oil & Devices

The appearance of THC oil vaping devices can vary, ranging from having a pen-like shape to being rectangular or oval. The oil either comes pre-filled in the device or is sold in compact containers (pods) for refillable devices. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers a helpful visual dictionary for identifying both THC vaping devices and oils.

What Does Vaping THC Oil Do?

THC is the main psychoactive compound found in marijuana and the substance that makes you feel “high.” In addition to giving a euphoric feeling, THC is also believed to impact pain, mood, and other feelings. It provides these effects through the way it impacts cannabinoid receptors in the brain.

While people can react to THC differently, some of the most common reasons people use marijuana include helping with anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, and depression. Additionally, vaping is the third most common marijuana consumption method, followed by smoking and edibles.

What the Experts Say

Research suggests that vaping THC oil, especially oil that contains vitamin E acetate, can be particularly harmful to the lungs. Vitamin E acetate, which is regularly added to THC when preparing it for use in e-cigarettes and vaping devices, is particularly harmful when it’s inhaled.

In 2019, the dangers of vaping came to light. In September of that year, health officials began investigating an outbreak of a severe lung disease associated with vaping and e-cigarettes. By December, 2,561 cases of the lung disease often referred to as e-cigarette or vaping use-associated lung injury (EVALI) had resulted in hospitalization or death.

Nearly 70 deaths have been confirmed from EVALI, spanning 29 states and the District of Columbia. Additionally, 82% of people hospitalized reported using THC-containing products, with 33% reporting the use of these products exclusively.

Currently, the CDC recommends that people avoid using e-cigarettes and vaping products—particularly those that contain THC oil. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has joined the CDC in this recommendation.

Vaping THC oil just once can significantly impact your lungs. A study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that first-time and infrequent users of marijuana were more likely to experience adverse reactions from vaping THC oil.

This study’s authors suggest that the negative impacts of this THC ingestion method are largely due to the enhanced delivery of the oil. This was evidenced by participants having more pronounced effects and experiencing significant impacts on their motor skills and cognitive abilities.

Marijuana concentrates, such as those used in vaping, also have incredibly high THC levels—up to four times as high as those found in top-shelf marijuana. This may also explain why their effects are more enhanced.

Off-Label or Recently Approved Uses

The FDA has approved a few THC-containing medications for use with certain medical conditions, such as those related to cancer, AIDS, and epilepsy. However, these medications use purified chemicals that are either derived from or based on those contained within the marijuana plant.

Because the long-term impact of marijuana use in less-purified forms is unknown, the FDA does not approve of THC use in any form beyond these medications. This would include vaping THC oil.

Common Side Effects

Marijuana use, in general, has both short- and long-term side effects. Some of its short-term effects include:

  • Coordination issues
  • Distorted senses (such as sight, sound, touch)
  • Increased anxiety
  • Increased heart rate
  • Issues with attention, memory, and learning

Longer-lasting side effects of marijuana use include learning, memory, and sleep issues. People who use marijuana repeatedly over time may also experience effects such as:

  • Increased risk of addiction
  • Increased risk of chronic cough
  • Increased risk of schizophrenia (if a genetic risk also exists)
  • Learning and memory issues

Using marijuana in higher doses, sometimes referred to as marijuana intoxication, can also result in a variety of side effects, some of which include:

  • Dry mouth
  • Impaired motor skills
  • Impaired perception
  • Red eyes issues

There are a few side effects that have been associated specifically with vaping THC oil, especially for people who vape infrequently. Among them are:

Vaping can injure the lungs, resulting in symptoms such as a rapid onset cough, breathing troubles, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and weight loss.

Signs of Use

How do you know if someone in your life might be vaping THC oil? Signs of marijuana use can include:

  • Being drowsy during the daytime
  • Having bloodshot eyes
  • Inability to judge time
  • Increased cough or wheezing
  • Increased hunger for no apparent reason
  • Lack of focus or inability to concentrate
  • Secretive behavior
  • Trouble with coordination
  • Unusually talkative
  • Vaping devices or oils in their possession or in their room
  • Weird, unexplained smells (some THC vaping oils are flavored, resulting in a variety of scents)

Marijuana vaping use is on the rise, particularly in certain age groups. For instance, the number of college-age students who've vaped in the past month increased from 5.2% to 14% in just two years' time. A 2022 study adds that the number of teens vaping cannabis in the last 30 days increased seven-fold from 2013 to 2020.

Common Questions

There are a couple of misconceptions surrounding both THC and vaping.

THC Is Not the Same as CBD

Some people confuse THC with CBD (cannabidiol), another cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. However, it’s important to note that CBD oil and THC oil impact the body in completely different ways.

One notable difference is that while THC has psychoactive properties, CBD does not. As a result, CBD does not make you high, and it is believed to work with other receptors in the body to produce an overall feeling of well-being.

There are legality differences too. As of February 2022, 37 states and four territories have approved the use of marijuana for medical purposes and 18 states and two territories have approved marijuana for recreational use.

Even though these states and territories allow marijuana use for medical or recreational purposes, it is still illegal under federal law. Conversely, the 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp (of which CBD oil is a derivative) from the definition of marijuana, making it legal federally as long as it contains 0.3% THC or less.

Vaping THC Is Not Safer Than Smoking It

A 2018 Gallup Poll found that most Americans believe that vaping is less harmful than smoking, with 40% of the respondents indicating that marijuana was "not too" harmful. Some think this because vaping involves inhaling vapor rather than smoke. The issue is that there isn't enough research to support this belief.

Research indicates that the dangers of vaping include having no regulation of the compounds in vaping products (so you don't know what you're getting); the fact that vaping delivers a higher amount of THC; and the potential of heating coils in vaping devices to increase exposure to carcinogens.

Other health experts warn that vaping marijuana may even damage the lungs more so than smoking or vaping nicotine. This doesn’t mean that vaping nicotine is safe, but that vaping THC oil is thought to create a greater amount of lung damage.

A study published in Addiction adds that while vaping nicotine may be safer than smoking cigarettes, the same may not hold true when it comes to marijuana. In fact, additives like vitamin E acetate may make this delivery method even more dangerous than smoking a joint, putting the person's lungs at a greater risk for injury.

Although the FDA has not approved the use of THC and it remains illegal under federal law, people are experimenting with the drug more frequently by either smoking it, eating it, or vaping it.

Tolerance, Dependence, and Withdrawal

If you vape THC oil regularly, you may develop a tolerance, potentially through the way cannabis creates neuroadaptive changes in the brain. Vaping THC oil can also lead to a substance use disorder.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) estimates that between 9% and 30% of people who use marijuana develop some sort of substance use disorder. Also, people who begin using marijuana before they turn 18 are four to seven times more likely than adults to develop cannabis use disorder.

How Long Does THC Vaping Oil Stay In Your System?

The amount of time THC stays in your system varies based on a variety of factors. Among them are how often you use it, how much of it you use, your consumption methods, and the rate at which your body metabolizes the drug.

One study of people with heavy cannabis use found that THC was detectable in their saliva for up to 78 hours, in their blood for at least 7 days, and in their urine for up to 5 days. Those who use the drug less frequently would likely have smaller detection windows.

Another study looked at how long THC showed up in the saliva after vaping it, smoking it, or consuming edibles. It noted that THC levels were higher both immediately and later in people who smoked or vaped when compared to those using edibles.

Addiction

The National Institute on Drug Abuse shares that cannabis use disorder can turn into a marijuana addiction if the usage of this drug cannot be stopped even when it interferes with various aspects of your life. This could include causing issues at work, school, or home.

Additionally, because some confuse dependence with addiction, it is unclear exactly how many people may be addicted to marijuana. Though, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) estimates that one in 10 people using marijuana will develop an addiction.

In a survey of 9,003 U.S. adults, one-half of them said that they felt that addiction is a risk of marijuana use.

Withdrawal

People with a history of long-term marijuana use (including vaping THC oil) may experience mild withdrawal symptoms if they stop. These include:

  • Anxiety
  • Cravings
  • Insomnia
  • Reduced appetite

Symptoms such as these can make it difficult to quit using marijuana. Though they are typically mild, if they are bothersome or severe, talk to your healthcare provider. They may be able to help.

How to Get Help

Several options exist for people who want help with their marijuana use. Ones that seem to provide the best outcome include:

    , which includes learning how to identify and correct behaviors, resulting in better self-control and the resolution of issues contributing to drug use
  • Contingency management, which is a form of behavioral therapy that involves monitoring certain behaviors and instituting rewards if a specific positive behavior occurs, or rewarding a lack of the behavior if that is the desired outcome , which helps promote motivation within the individual to change, and to engage in treatment

At this time, no medications are FDA-approved to treat cannabis use disorder, but research is ongoing for several options that may help by relieving issues related to stress, anxiety, and trouble sleeping.

If you or a loved one is struggling with substance use or addiction, contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline at 1-800-662-4357 for information on support and treatment facilities in your area.

How to Vape CBD Oil

Vaping CBD oil has become a popular option for many, seemingly overnight. Whether vapers are looking for a way to relax, relieve some pain, or even treat moments of anxiety or depression, CBD vaping has found its way into the daily routines of many.

Many beginners are surprised to find how different vaping CBD oil is from traditional e-liquids. Vapers that are used to large plumes of vapor that are produced by e-liquids will find a very different kind of vaping experience when introducing CBD into their routine.

Of course, the experts are here to explain the unique caveats that come with vaping CBD oil. By the end of the article, you’ll know what CBD oil is, why it’s popular, and best practices to ensure you get the most out of each CBD vaping session.

What Is CBD Oil?

CBD oil describes either vape juice or tincture oil that has been infused with cannabidiol or CBD. In its natural state, CBD is a common cannabinoid found in cannabis, with particularly high concentrations in hemp. To avoid any confusion, let’s talk about the difference between CBD tincture oil and CBD vape oil.

What is CBD Tincture Oil?

CBD tincture oil is a product meant for oral consumption, sold in small bottles with a tincture (or a small eyedropper). CBD in this form is very concentrated, with only a few drops needed for several hours (and sometimes a whole day) worth of CBD. You cannot vape tincture oil. If you try, it will burn and produce nasty tasting smoke.

What is CBD Vape Oil?

CBD vape oil (which can be referred to as e-liquid or vape juice) is vape juice infused with CBD. The CBD is mixed with vegetable glycerin and propylene glycol, which are common ingredients in e-liquids that vaporize easily. You should not swallow or consume CBD vape oil. It will taste terrible and could potentially make you sick.

The Benefits of Vaping CBD

While research is still early, current peer-reviewed studies show some exciting benefits of vaping CBD. They range from treating specific kinds of pain to specific kinds of mental health disorders.

CBD as an Anti-inflammatory

Research suggests that CBD can be used as a powerful pain-reliever, and it does so on two fronts. First, it interacts with the endocannabinoid system to help reduce neurotransmitters from transmitting pain signals. Second, and more importantly, CBD can be used as a powerful anti-inflammatory.

Not only can it be used for acute inflammation (like from an injury), but that same research suggests it can be used to treat chronic inflammation associated with auto-immune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis. Unlike opioids, which are powerful pain relievers but have wicked side effects, CBD has very mild side effects that many users don’t experience.

CBD to Treat Depression and Anxiety

CBD can interact with the brain’s serotonin receptors, which research suggests may allow it to treat depression. In fact, a study looking at behavior in animals found that CBD can have a swift antidepressant effect . CBD lacks the side effects of traditional antidepressants, which may provide effective treatment of depression for those that struggle to tolerate traditional medicine.

Research examining how CBD can treat chronic and acute depression is also very promising. A 2016 study suggests that it might be an effective treatment for those struggling with PTSD . Another study showed that CBD was more effective at alleviating acute anxiety associated with public speaking.

CBD to Treat Addiction

CBD may offer a one-two punch in helping to treat addiction. As we mentioned, it has promise as a powerful pain reliever, reducing or eliminating the need for more harmful pain management techniques that use opioids. Research also suggests that CBD can help rewire the brain to resolve addiction to opioids like heroin and stimulants like cocaine.

Why Is CBD Vaping Popular?

CBD vaping has grown in popularity for a variety of reasons. Let’s take an in-depth look at some of those reasons below:

CBD Health Benefits

Many vapers love vaping CBD because of the health benefits we mentioned. They’re already used to enjoying vaporizers, so including a new vaping substance like CBD is an easy transition.

Vaping Convenience

Vaping is often chosen as the specific method of ingesting CBD because of how convenient it is. Whether you’re at home, at work, or on the go, it’s easy to get your vape pen out and take a quick puff or two while quickly getting back to your business.

Fast-Acting Relief

Vaping CBD allows you to feel the effects very quickly, especially compared to CBD oil tinctures and CBD edibles. It’s the same comparison when looking at vaping THC or eating a weed edible. Vaping allows the effects to be felt more quickly, and for those treating acute pain or anxiety, the fast-acting relief is unbeatable.

How to Vape CBD

There are a couple of ways to be able to enjoy vaping CBD. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular methods:

Disposable CBD Vape Pen

This is an all-in-one device that includes a pre-charged vape battery and a pre-filled CBD oil cartridge. It’s ready to vape out of the box, so you’ll either take a draw immediately (if it is draw-fire), or you’ll power the device on with quick clicks of the power button.

Disposable CBD Cartridge or CBD Pod

You can also find CBD in disposable cartridges or pods if you already have a vaping device that you love. If you have a vape pen or box mod, you just need to make sure that the CBD cartridge will connect to your vape battery. Most cartridges (and most vape pens and box mods) will be compatible with 510 threading, so double-check that your cartridge will attach!

If you have a pod vape, you’ll need to make sure to find a CBD pod that fits into your vape pod device. If your device supports refillable pods, you may be able to use bottles of CBD vape juice to fill the pods. Just make sure that your vape pod doesn’t need a specific mixture of vape juice before making a purchase!

Bottles of CBD Vape Juice

Finally, if you have a vape tank setup that you love, consider getting bottles of CBD vape juice, similar to how you may already buy bottles of nicotine-infused e-liquids. You’ll be able to enjoy your existing vape setup while also enjoying the benefits of vaping CBD!

How to Vape CBD Effectively

Unlike vaping nicotine-infused CBD, there’s more nuance when you decide to vape a CBD product. Before tearing into a bottle of CBD vape juice (or whatever method you decide to use), consider the following for the best vaping experience:

What’s Your CBD Dosage?

CBD impacts individuals in different ways, with some being extremely sensitive to it while others enjoy larger doses. You should not start vaping CBD by taking enormous rips of vapor like you would with nicotine-infused vape juice. CBD can cause drowsiness, lightheadedness, and low blood pressure .

Vaping Oil Not Effective? Try Hemp or Wax

If you are using CBD to treat chronic pain or inflammation, have a naturally high tolerance to CBD, or have developed a tolerance due to long-term use, you may find that vaping CBD isn’t potent enough for your needs. If this describes you, you may want to consider vaping hemp or wax for a more potent effect.

Vaping raw hemp is the same process as vaping your favorite dry herbs . Be sure to grind your hemp before putting it in the heating chamber and start with a small amount and work your way up to an amount that fits your needs.

Choose a Vaping Device Right for You

Finally, make sure you get a vaping device that you can comfortably and efficiently use. Don’t feel pressured to use a refillable tank just because it’s more cost-effective, and don’t feel bad about using a disposable vape because you throw away the entire device. Experiment with different options and pick the one that you can most comfortably use.

An Introduction to Vaping CBD: Know Your Equipment

If you’re new to vaping altogether, you need to be sure to fully understand your equipment before diving into using CBD. Most vaping setups will have the following components:

  • A battery
  • A heating element (like a heating coil)
  • A mouthpiece
  • A tank or chamber for your vaping substance

From there, your specific setup will vary. If you’re new to vaping, you should take time to consider the differences between your equipment options:

Vape Tanks for CBD

Vape tanks are commonly attached to box mods, which are powerful vaping batteries geared towards more experienced vapers. They typically have a full suite of features, including precision heating options, that allow for specific customization of the vapor being produced.

If you want to use a tank for CBD, you’ll use vape juice that is infused with CBD. Remember, you cannot use tincture oil in a vape . However, if you’re looking to enjoy the benefits of CBD while making impressive vapor clouds, then a tank may be the exact option you want!

Vape Pens for CBD

Vape pens are the more traditional vaping device, getting their name from their very pen-like appearance. Vape pens may have some adjustable heating options, though many make use of a draw-fire design.

Vape pens can use some vape tanks, but many pens lack the power required to make full use of a high-capacity tank. Generally, for those looking to use a vape pen for CBD, the most convenient option is buying pre-filled disposable cartridges or disposable vape pens.

Vape Tanks vs. Vape Pens for CBD

Tanks have a much higher capacity for vape juice, which can make extended vaping sessions easier. If you’re using a box mod with your vape tank (which is our recommendation), you also have access to tinker with the heating options to get your vapor exactly how you want it.

Vape pens, while lacking the robust features of tanks, are more petite, discrete, and less expensive. Whether you opt to use disposable cartridges or disposable vapes, pens are a fantastic solution to those who are new to CBD or new to vaping entirely.

It’s not uncommon for vapers to start with a disposable option to try different products and then move to a higher-end, more permanent style product. Regardless of what you choose, go with the solution that seems to fit your needs the best.

How Safe Is It to Vape CBD Oil?

Vaping CBD oil is extremely safe. Like THC (the cannabinoid that causes marijuana’s trademarked high), you can’t “overdose” on CBD to the point that it would cause a dangerous health issue. It may be safer to vape CBD than traditional e-liquids since you avoid the nicotine that is often infused.

That being said, if you vape too much CBD too quickly, you can experience uncomfortable side effects. Common side-effects of vaping too much CBD include:

  • Fatigue or drowsiness
  • Anxiety spikes or general irritability
  • Nausea or general loss of appetite
  • Diarrhea or other gastrointestinal distress

If you want to avoid these symptoms, you need to start your CBD journey nice and slow. When vaping, take one or two hits to start and listen to your body. Starting slow and working your way up to your ideal dosage is the best way to avoid these side effects.

Common CBD Vaping Mistakes

It’s easy for beginners to have a difficult first experience when vaping CBD. There is no standard “dosing” for CBD, regardless of how you consume it. If you choose to vape, it can be difficult to figure out “how much” you’ve actually ingested. To help address this difficulty, be sure to avoid these common newbie mistakes when you first start!

Vaping Too Much Too Quickly

This will be a particular issue if you have a box mod and vape tank set up and are used to puffing enormous clouds of traditional e-liquids. It is important that you moderate your CBD intake and do your best to keep track of how many puffs you take. Being experienced with vaping doesn’t mean you can just dive into vaping CBD, so be patient and vape slowly.

Not Keeping Track of Dosage

If you are treating a chronic ailment, like anxiety or inflammation, you need to keep track of your typical dosage. This will help you standardize your treatment plan and will make it possible to accurately adjust your dosage if you need a stronger dose or need a weaker dose to avoid side effects.

There’s not a super accurate way to keep track of CBD dosage when you vape. You can count your puffs and make sure you’re pulling for similar times for each, which will give you a solid rough idea of what your “dosage” might be for a specific vape product.

Alternatives to Vaping CBD

Not everyone wants or is able to vape CBD. If you want to avoid vaping e-liquids, there are several other ways you can enjoy CBD.

Dry Herbs or Wax

Earlier, we mentioned that you could vape hemp or CBD wax if you don’t enjoy vape juice. Remember, these methods are far more potent, so be sure to take it slow when you first start.

CBD Oil Tinctures and Edibles

If you want to avoid inhaling vapor altogether, you can buy consumable CBD products. Tincture oils offer a very potent, long-lasting solution, and edibles are convenient and much tastier. If you eat or swallow a CBD product, it will take longer to feel the effects (just like taking a traditional weed edible takes longer to hit than smoking or vaping).

CBD Topicals

If you are interested in using CBD to treat muscle inflammation, consider topicals. These products are traditional pain-relieving products (like Icy Hot) but have CBD infused into them. This allows for direct application to specific muscle groups, which works great for treating acute muscle pain.

Final Notes on Vaping CBD

Vaping CBD is an easy, convenient way to enjoy the numerous benefits CBD offers. When starting, make sure to go slow, track your dosage, and gradually work your way to a comfortable, effective amount. If you don’t like vaping CBD, remember you have several other options to consume CBD, like edibles or topicals.

If you’re interested in vaping hemp for concentrated, full-spectrum CBD, then consider using the Firefly 2+ . It is a premium dry herb vaporizer that creates smooth, delicious vapor from whatever dry herb you choose to enjoy.