Have you been thinking about starting a CBD vape routine? Vaping CBD has actually been one of the leading delivery methods since the CBD industry first really exploded on the scene, and it remains a highly used option to this day.
Vaping CBD oil offers many unique effects that hemp enthusiasts’ value, and besides that, it’s a convenient and often satisfying way to get in that daily dose of cannabinoids.
With that said, we’re gonna talk about the main types of CBD vaping methods.
Each offers something different to the overall session, and it’s important to fully understand these choices before committing to a daily routine.
CBD vaping refers to the act of vaping CBD oil using a device compatible for it.
Vaping in general has been popular since the late 2000s, when technology was developed to make it easy for former smokes to satisfy their nicotine cravings using vaping products.
The CBD industry then borrowed from this technology to develop ways in which we can easily inhale CBD into our lungs without producing any actual smoke.
There are several reasons why so many people prefer vaping CBD over other methods.
For one thing, vaping CBD allows for a super-fast onset time, as the lungs are uniquely efficient at absorbing the compounds in hemp.
It also allows for more potent effects due to the unique bioavailability.
The effects are short-lived compared to other methods typically tapering off in 1-3 hours, but you can then simply vape more as they desire throughout the day.
Another reason why vaping CBD is so popular is because of how convenient it is.
For one thing, this type of style allows for a more portable approach to maintaining a hemp routine.
Vaporizers are often pocket-friendly and can be taken virtually anywhere.
Furthermore, they allow you to simply decide your dosage amount based on how many puffs you take.
Further, CBD e-liquids come in a wide range of tasty flavors, as well as different milligram strengths, chemical compositions and more.
Now, let us go over them so you can then decide which sounds most appealing to you.
Pre-filled CBD vapes refer to any vaping product such as a cartridge or disposable pen that comes pre-filled with e-liquid, which means that you don’t have to refill the cartridge/device manually.
Instead, the entire cartridge or device is replaced.
There are two types of pre-filled vapes.
This provides you with a cartridge that’s filled with CBD vape juice, and when the vape juice runs out, you replace the cartridge.
In order to use these cartridges, you must have a compatible 510 threaded device that is sold separately. When vaping CBD cartridges on your variable wattage device, we recommend not going higher than 10 watts to avoid blowing out the coil.
Disposable vapes, also called disposable CBD pens, provide you with everything that you need to get started as an all-in-one system, and the entire setup is discarded when the e-liquid runs out, allowing you to grab a whole new one.
Non-pre-filled vapes refer to bottled e-liquids such as the Wellicy Grape CBD oil and other refillable systems.
Bottled CBD e-liquid comes in a wide range of flavors, formulas and milligram strengths, and are intended for vaping systems that are compatible. The vast majority of devices are compatible with CBD e-liquid.
In order to use a bottled CBD e-liquid, you must have a device setup and ready to go.
It’s important to only buy compatible products, otherwise you can end up burning your e-liquid or damaging your device. The most important thing to keep in mind when vaping CBD is your wattage setting.
As for the actual hardware systems, there are a lot of products to choose from these days.
You can buy pod systems that are as pocket-friendly as they come, as well as more advanced and robust vaping systems that offer more power, more customizability and more vapor per puff. Choice is yours.
If you are using CBD e-liquid in your sub ohm tank, RDA/RDTA, we recommend not going higher than 40 watts to avoid burning the precious CBD.
Note: this option requires more maintenance than pre-filled options.
That’s because the parts are reusable, and so they must be cleaned regularly, and both the CBD e-liquid and the device hardware must be stored properly when not in use to avoid damage.
CBD flower is the dried buds of the hemp flower, where you’ll find all of those wonderful compounds.
CBD flower is a relatively new trend throughout the hemp industry, but it’s the oldest method of hemp consumption that there is.
More and more people are gravitating toward hemp flower these days, and for a couple of reasons.
The main reason is that it’s as close to raw as possible. What you receive is pure, raw CBD flowers that are vaporized in a particular device.
This means that there’s less chance for adulteration from processes that can damage the chemical stability or bioavailability of the product.
The other appealing factor is that CBD flower tends to come in a wide variety of strains. The strain of a hemp plant refers to its unique chemical composition.
Different strains have different compositions of compounds, which means that each strain comes with its own unique variety of effects.
Many people like being able to choose a strain that best suits their needs, and that’s why CBD flower is ideal.
In order to use CBD flower, you must have a dry herb vaporizer engineered specifically for this type of product such as the Pax 3.
You cannot simply shove some CBD flower directly into the cartridge of any old system, or else it can burn or simply be a waste of flower and a cartridge.
The good news is that it’s not hard at all to find CBD flower devices on the market these days, as this method is constantly growing in popularity.
We saved the most potent consumption method for last! CBD concentrates are quickly taking over the entire market due to their quick absorption and extremely potent effects.
CBD concentrates are simply concentrated forms of cannabinoids that are extracted from the hemp plant that are used to vaporize (dab) then inhale.
When looking at CBD concentrates you will find CBD isolate, CBG isolate, CBD shatter, and broad spectrum waxes that are used to dab or add onto your bowl or mix with a joint.
Manufacturers such as Steve's Goods take it a step further by producing some high quality concentrates and then infusing them with some of the most beloved cannabis strain terpene profiles such as this Pineapple Express CBD shatter.
Users of CBD concentrates love them simply due to the higher amounts of CBD. Meaning in a small amount you can consume a concentrated dose that is absorbed almost immediately to provide some extreme effects, especially when compared vaping CBD carts or e-liquid and other consumption methods.
For example, if you were dabbing 99% pure CBD isolate, that would mean in .1 grams you'd be consuming almost 100mg of CBD.
Don't get confused, if you come across isolate, wax, shatter, butter, live resin etc., don't be confused as those are simply different forms of extracted concentrates.
To use CBD concentrates, you can either dab them out of a portable wax vaporizer, a water pipe using a torch and nail, or you can simply sprinkle it in with your next pre roll!
Due to the concentrated delivery, we do not recommend CBD concentrates to newbies until they see how CBD effects their body.
How exactly do you go about deciding which method to utilize, especially if you’ve never used any of them before, you might be wondering? Well, here is how…
If you want to have the most successful CBD vaping experience while ensuring that your routine is based on your individual preferences and goals, it’s essential that you grasp the differences between different methods for vaping hemp.
This guide will ensure that you know all that you need to in order to make the right decision.
Also, don’t be afraid to experiment, because you just may be surprised by which one best suits your needs.