5 Things you Should Know about Cannabis Vaping and CBD Oil
We have started to understand the medical uses of cannabis. For just a few years ago, cannabis was just a recreational drug with no medical properties. However, many cannabis advocates insisted on the therapeutic properties of the many cannabinoids present in marijuana. For instance, THC has been used as an antiemetic. In addition, CBD oil has been used as an efficient treatment for anxiety and certain forms of epilepsy. Furthermore, many people claim CBD is useful for many other diseases such as arthritis, fibromyalgia and even ADHD. We give you five things you should know about CBD oil and cannabis vaping. Let’s dive in!
1. Choose the Right Device
If you want to vape CBD oil or THC, it’s important you choose the right vape. Not all vapes are suitable for cannabis vaping. For example, you need a vaping device that offers an efficient e-liquid absorption. Imoto employs ceramic cells because THC and CBD oils are thicker than normal e-liquids. A CBD oil cartridge usually employs a ceramic coil because of its superb absorption and flavor delivery properties.
In addition, we also have dual ceramic cells to offer a better e-liquid absorption. Furthermore, our cartridges are made with the best Pyrex glass because a Pyrex glass heats quicker, it’s more resistant and many vapers claim that it improves e-liquid delivery and flavor.
Do your research and choose only an efficient vaping equipment with an efficient atomizer and a high-quality mod and battery.
2. Many Different Cannabinoids and Options
Did you know that there are more than 100 cannabinoids? You have probably heard about THC and CBD, but there are other useful cannabinoids with therapeutic properties.
You should choose to vape CBD or THC depending on your needs. For example, CBD oil is a good alternative for people with anxiety issues. In addition, CBD oil doesn’t get you high and you won’t experience any form of psychosis that is sometimes associated with a chronic use of THC.
Moreover, you can also vape or consume cannabis products known as “full-spectrum”. In other words, cannabis products with more than one cannabinoid. You have probably heard the term “entourage effect”. This is a theory that claims that cannabinoids and terpenes work better when they are combined. That is to say, a sort of synergy.
3. Dry vaping or Oil Vaping
It’s more common to vape CBD oil, but there are also dry herb vaporizers in the market. What’s the advantage with dry herb vaporization? The main advantage is that you know what you are vaporizing. In other words, it is much harder to adulterate than CBD or THC oils.
Perhaps you remember the vaping crisis in the US and that it was caused by black-market THC e-liquids. These black-market e-liquids contained vitamin E acetate that is commonly used as a diluent thickener. The CDC strongly links EVAPI to vitamin E acetate. Therefore, it’s extremely important that you only buy CBD oil or THC products from reputable brands. These products must pass quality controls and you should know its composition and ingredients.
4. Choose the Right Strain
If you are interested in vaping CBD, you probably don’t want your vape oil to contain more than 0.3% of THC. There are multiple reasons to get a vaping oil that doesn’t contain THC. For example, you don’t want to get high, or you don’t want to fail a drug test that sometimes is required by institutions and companies.
The same could be applied if you vape dry herb. Certain cannabis strains contain high levels of THC while some others are high in CBD. If you don’t want to get “high” then you should go for cannabis strains with low THC. For instance, CBD oil is obtained from hemp, which are cannabis plants with THC levels below 0.3%.
5. Trust Only Reliable CBD Providers
In this blog, we have already mentioned the importance of trusting only reliable cannabis providers. Moreover, you should always avoid black-market CBD oil or THC oil. For example, Vitamin E acetate was used in black-market juices to cheaply thin cannabis e-juices. Vitamin E acetate is safe for food supplements and creams; however, it’s absolutely not recommended in vaping products. Many health authorities think that vitamin E acetate is the biggest culprit behind the EVAPI health crisis.
CBD Oil: Conclusion
CBD vaping isn’t very complicated. However, you need to remember some basic aspects before you start your CBD or THC vaping journey.
1) A good vaping device: you can check our website for CBD vaping kits, both refillable and disposable cartridges.
2) Choose the right cannabinoid for you. It’s not the same CBD vaping than THC vaping. Moreover, there are many other cannabinoids such as CBC or CBG.
3) You can choose between CBD oil or dry herb vaping. CBD oil is convenient while dry herb vaping has the advantage that you always know what you are vaping.
4) Pay attention to cannabis strains. Some strains are high in CBD while other are high in THC.
5) Finally, and very important, trust only reliable providers!