CBD Vapes are a super alternative to CBD oil. They offer an instant hit of high strength CBD without having the intoxicating THC component. The CBD vape oils we have ranged from isolates (just CBD) to broad-spectrum (CBD and all the other excellent parts of the Hemp plant, apart from THC). CBD vapes help treat many conditions but work best with acute problems - like a sudden anxiety attack or sharp pains.
It is best for helping treat acute conditions as CBD Vapes have a high concentration of CBD and absorb instantly through the lungs. Most CBD oils, CBD capsules, or CBD gummies can take up to 30 minutes before the CBD reaches the bloodstream.
CBD as a compound is being used widely by the public to target various conditions or help with day-to-day life struggles. Vaping CBD is a highly convenient way to take CBD; not only is it the fastest route of absorption (high bioavailability), but it also can be used anywhere and only requires you to inhale.
How do you take a CBD Vape?
CBD e-liquid, fill up the chamber with the recommended amount of CBD and inhale the CBD as you would a non-CBD vape.
CBD Vape Pen: Inhale the CBD as and when you need it.
CBD Pods: Insert the CBD pod into the matching device, and inhale as you would a regular vape.
What is CBD?
CBD, scientifically known as cannabidiol, is a cannabinoid found in the Cannabis species of plant.
What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?
The difference between Hemp and Marijuana is one contains more than 0.2% of THC (the illegal component that gets you 'high') - you guessed it - Marijuana. This is the reason that Hemp is legal and Marijuana is not. A good comparison to explain the differences is between Beer and Cannabis. Take a bottle of regular beer and a bottle of non-alcoholic beer - they look, smell and taste the same, yet one of them has a component that will get you intoxicated. The same is for Cannabis and the difference between Hemp and Marijuana, one has a part that will get you intoxicated, and the other doesn't.
How does CBD work with the endocannabinoid system (ECS)?
CBD interacts directly with the ECS to help balance chemicals in the body, and its goal is to achieve homeostasis (which by definition means to bring towards equilibrium).
What does the ECS control?
The ECS helps regulate significant systems, including mood, appetite, memory, and sleep - alongside many small bodily systems. Taking CBD can lead to improvement in sleep disorders, anxiety, chronic pain, depression and acne.
Which CBD Vape or CBD E-liquid should I purchase?
If you want to use CBD vape for convenience and aren't currently a vape user, we recommend the Lady A Vape Pen or the Dr Watson Starter Kit.
If you occasionally vape, then the Kanaco Battery + Kanaco cartridge would be the best option.
If you own a vape device and want to add CBD to your current e-liquid, then Dr Watson or Green Stem CBD Vape liquid would be best.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Are CBD Vapes addictive?
No, CBD vapes are not addictive. They do not contain any nicotine and therefore aren't addictive.
How frequently do you use a CBD Vape?
As much as you need, your body only absorbs the amount of CBD it wants to accept, and any leftover CBD will leave the body through excretion.
Are CBD Vapes legal in the UK?
Yes, CBD vapes are legal as they are derived from the Hemp plant and not the Marijuana plant; this means the products contain less than the 0.2% limit legal of THC allowed in the UK.
Do CBD Vapes get you high?
No CBD vapes do not get you high. CBD as a compound is anti-high, meaning CBD and THC are opposites.
What is Full Spectrum CBD, Broad Spectrum CBD, and Isolate CBD?
Full-spectrum products have all the components of the Cannabis plant; this includes CBD, THC and all the other more minor cannabinoids.
Broad-spectrum products have all the components of the Cannabis plant, except THC.
Isolate products are just CBD.
What are the alternatives to CBD Vapes?
We offer many alternatives to CBD oil vape. The most popular CBD products are CBD Oils, followed by CBD edibles and then CBD topicals. All of which will help bring the benefits of CBD to the body.
What are terpenes?
Terpenes are naturally occurring organic compounds that give a plant its aroma. Research is being conducted to determine whether terpenes have any medicinal qualities. Initial research suggests they do.
What are the side effects of CBD?
As your body only absorbs the amount of CBD it needs, the side effects are infrequent and limited. Sometimes consumers may experience a slightly dry mouth, and others may experience an upset stomach. If you're already receiving treatment for a medical condition or are on any medication, please consider speaking to your GP before you start using CBD for further guidance.