How to Vape CBD
Vaping CBD is the most effective way to take your CBD as it has the highest bioavailability compared to CBD food, drinks, or tinctures. This is because CBD can be directly absorbed into the bloodstream via your lungs.
CBD E-liquid has been manufactured to be vaped, similar to standard vape juice, with some key differences to ensure the best vaping experience.
For the best CBD Vaping experience
Our CBD is manufactured to either a 50PG/50VG (or 70PG/30VG) ratio. This means that the overall liquid is quite thin and is best vaped with a Pod Style vape device with a Sub Ohm coil at a low wattage. This is to ensure that the liquid is properly vapourised and to ensure that your coil does not burn if set at a higher temperature.
- Ensure that you are using a vape pod kit (above 1.0 Ω)
- Ensure that your device is at a low wattage under -20W
- Fill your tank with your CBD e-liquid and ensure that the coil is properly soaked. We would recommend leaving the liquid to sit for 5-10 minutes before vaping
- Start your CBD Vaping experience by drawing the vape into your mouth first, and then inhaling it into your lungs afterwards.
- Hold the CBD vapour in your lungs for a few seconds to allow the CBD to be fully absorbed.
How to Vape CBD with a Sub-Ohm Device
We recommend using a sub-ohm device to vape your CBD, ideally in a pod-style vape. You need to ensure that the wattage is low so that you do not burn your coils.
How much CBD Vape should I vape?
We would always recommend starting with a few vapes at a time and seeing how you feel. Our CBD is a true high strength (much higher than others on the market) and should be taken slowly, leaving time for the CBD to be absorbed before redosing.
We would recommend taking your first dosage of CBD at home where you are free of any strenuous activities or where high concentration is involved (like driving, going to work etc.).
CBD E-Liquid Shots
CBD shots are high concentrated CBD in a 10ml bottle from 500mg and up to 1500mg. These shots can be vaped as detailed above or added to your favourite flavours (like a nicotine shot!)
Pre-mixed and Flavoured CBD E-Liquid
We also produce pre-flavoured, pre-mixed CBD in 60ml bottles with 50ml of e-liquid. You can vape these as above, or add another CBD shot (or nicotine shot) to your bottle.
We have just added a new line of CBD Terpenes vape juice to our CBD Calm collection. We have taken our best-selling CBD isolate and infused it with a hand-picked selection of these delicious, flavour-enhancing compounds to create the famous authentic cannabis strain flavours.
Our CBD Terpenes flavours all come in 50ml bottles and they’re available in a choice of two strengths – 1000mg and 3000mg.
CBD Shots & Your Favourite Shortfill E-Liquid
CBD Shots are a fantastic way to vape your CBD as they can be added to your favourite shortfill vape juice. This is a simple process which includes mixing the two liquids when it arrives.
We offer two products for this CBD vape pack:
1 x 120ml (100ml liquid) Flavoured bottle
2 x 1000mg CBD Isolate Shots
1 x 60ml (50ml liquid) Flavoured bottle
1 x 1000mg CBD Isolate Shots
Simply remove the cap of the flavoured bottle and pour in the CBD shot(s) into your flavoured bottle, shake well, and vape as detailed above.
Please note that the CBD is much more diluted within these bottles, therefore you may want to vape more of the finished product to get the desired results.
How to mix your CBD shots with your Flavoured E-Liquid
Frequently Asked Questions
Bioavailability is the proportion of the CBD that is absorbed by the body. The better the bioavailability, the more CBD you are getting per dosage.
This depends on your device. We would always recommend using a sub-ohm pod vape at a low wattage for the best experience when using CBD shots or 50ml pre-mixed/pre-flavoured bottles. If you are adding CBD shots into your standard vape juice, you can certainly use your standard vape device for your CBD.
Of course! Simply add your 10ml shot to your shortfill bottle, mix well, and vape as normal.
No, CBD will never get you ‘high’. CBD is one of the most known cannabinoids produced with the cannabis-sativa plant. The chemical involved in producing the psychoactive effects is THC, which is not present (or at non detectable levels) in CBD.
You must always speak to your doctor if you are looking to take CBD.