CBD has helped many people to reduce anxiety, inflammation, and pain. CBD or cannabidiol is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid with anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, CBD has become a multi-million business with lots of products, from CBD gums to CBD shampoos, e-liquids and much more. Many CBD users choose vaping as intake method because it is fast and efficient. CBD vape juice is easy to use and to vaporize with you have the right vaping device.

Let’s explain everything you need to know before and after you vape CBD.

Why CBD E-liquids?

CBD vape juice is usually made of food grade ingredients. It is legal in many countries if it is hemp derived. In short, cannabis plants that produces less than 0.3% of THC.

CBD has been researched as a treatment for many conditions. For instance, CBD is used to treat two serious child epilepsy conditions called Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. In addition, many vapers use CBD vape oil to treat their anxiety issues and anger. Many people have reported feeling better after a prolonged used of CBD. In other words, CBD helps people. Nonetheless, do not expect immediate effects as it takes time to feel the positive effects of CBD.

How Do I Vape CBD?

1. Choose a Vaping Device for Viscous E-Liquids

It is very important to choose a vaping device designed to absorb viscous cannabis e-liquids. At Ispire, we offer the best ceramic cell devices for CBD and THC vaping. Ceramic cells are ideal for the absorption of thick vape juices. A CBD vape oil is generally more viscous than other vape juices. Therefore, it is important to find vaping devices that can efficiently evaporate thicker e-liquids. Moreover, you need vaping devices that ensures that other elements, such as terpenes are also inhaled when the device vaporizes the CBD vape oil.

2. Get the Right Dosage

Before we start talking about dosages, let’s remember that it is impossible to overdose from CBD or THC. Our endocannabinoid system has receptors all over our bodies and we produce our own cannabinoids, which means that natural cannabinoids are easily tolerable.

Talking about the right dosage is a bit controversial because there’s actually no “right” CBD dosage. However, we can suggest you three different dosages from low to medium to high. In addition, it is important to remember that the heavier you are the more CBD your system needs.

If you want to vape a low dosage, we suggest you start from 12 mg to 20 mg (depending on your weight). For a medium dosage, 15 to 25 mg (again, depending on your weight). Finally, for a high dose we suggest you vape between 20 to 50 mg (depending on your body weight).

Obviously, it is fundamental you vape good quality CBD products. Nowadays, there are many CBD products on the market. However, many of them are not products of high quality. Therefore, we suggest you vape tested products and always avoid black-market vape juices.

3. Choose the Right Strain

This is especially important if you want to make your own CBD e-liquids. If you are interested in vaping CBD, you probably do not want your vape oil to contain more than 0.3% of THC. There are multiple reasons to get a vaping oil that does not contain THC. For example, you do not want to get high, or you do not 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 do not 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%.

Cannabis strains such as Cannatonic or Charlotte’s Web, especially the latter one, are excellent strains for CBD-rich vape juices.

4. Buy Only from Reliable CBD Suppliers

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 is absolutely not recommended in vaping products. Many health authorities think that vitamin E acetate is the biggest culprit behind the EVAPI health crisis.

5. Dry Herb or CBD E-Liquids

You can vape CBD e-liquids or you can also vaporize cannabis buds.

It is more popular to vape CBD oil, but there are also dry herb vaporizers in the market. What is 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. However, CBD oils can be vaporized much faster than dry herb. It’s up to you to choose which method suits you best.