How To Use CBD Vape-Oil
Beginners Guide: How To Use CBD Vape-Oil.
Vaporizing CBD oil has increased in popularity over the last few years. Check out our beginner’s guide on everything you need to know when using CBD vape-oil!
CBD vape oil is commonly used to alleviate symptoms of a variety of physical and psychological health issues. There is a slew of health benefits to using CBD and vaporizing is one of the most popular ways to consume it. For beginners, it can be slightly daunting when starting to vape CBD for the first time. Continue reading to discover how to use CBD!
One of the major issues that beginners are faced with when starting CBD is a lack of knowledge. This essentially means that if you aren’t properly armed with the right information, you will most likely have a negative experience. This could include purchasing an overly expensive vaporizer from a vendor who is taking advantage of your inexperience. You may even be given low-grade wares that may have a negative impact on your health. You must do your research, whether you watch video tutorials, trawl through forums, or chat with some friends who regularly vape. Seeing as your reading this article, chances are you are already on the right track towards gaining as much information as possible! When it comes to beginners, people definitely make their own luck!
Company and products.
Talking of beginners luck, make sure you also research the company you are going to purchase from. Because of the popularity of CBD, there are many companies out there who may send you an inferior product. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the product, this can have serious health consequences in the long run. Always purchase from a company and vendor that you trust, it’s always better to put your health before any budgetary concerns.
Why use CBD?
To learn how to use CBD oil it’s important to understand why people use it. CBD is an acronym for cannabidiol, and it's derived from the hemp plant. However, it’s a derivative that excludes tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is the psychoactive part of the cannabis drug. So essentially, people who use CBD want to reap the health and therapeutic benefits of it without getting high.
CBD oil is used for a variety of medicinal purposes including, depression, anxiety, pain, and inflammation. Most users vape the oil because it makes the CBD immediately take effect. There are other ways to consume CBD, for example, there are gummies, skin care products, and even chocolate! However, edible CBD takes a longer amount of time to enter the bloodstream. This means that vaporizing is the go-to for users who want a quick and convenient CBD hit.
How to use it.
Now that we’ve explored some of the more abstract aspects of taking CBD oil, it’s time to get down to actually using it.
First off, you need a vaporizer. It’s recommended that you use a vape with a tank for CBD oil. This will basically have a battery, chamber, heating element, and mouthpiece. It’s pretty simple so far, right? Essentially, the way it works is that the heating element will vaporize the CBD oil and you just have to inhale through the mouthpiece. Think of it as a tobacco pipe from the future!
You may also use a pen vape, however, the heating coil needs to be replaced regularly. This can get quite expensive in the long run. Also, there is a possible health risk that the metal nanoparticles present in the coil may be inhaled over time. The medical community is running behind to catch up with the innovation of the vaporizer industry. Because many of the long-term health effects are unknown, it’s always better to be safe than sorry.
As we’ve already mentioned tank vapes is the preferable mode of vaping CBD. They have a coil that is wrapped in a material (usually cotton or silica wick) that helps to absorb the CBD juice. If you can, try to purchase a refillable vape. The disposable varieties are usually made from less expensive material and they also have disposable cartridges. The safety of a disposable vape isn’t for certain, so once again it’s always better to be safe when it comes to purchasing equipment.
Here are a few things to know before you start vaping CBD!
Just keep in mind that CBD oil is legal and in a lot of states cannabis (which contains THC) isn’t. It’s important to understand these differences so that you avoid getting into any legal problems. On top of this, products such as marijuana oil contain a relatively small amount of CBD. This means that other products are not nearly as effective as CBD juice.
Do you want full-spectrum or isolate CBD oil? The difference between them is that the full-spectrum (as the name suggests) has been made using the entire hemp plant. It includes an array of other properties including CBG (Cannabigerol) and CBN (cannabinol), and THC. As we’ve already mentioned THC is the psychoactive component, yet in the full-spectrum oil, it’s a low legal dose.
On the other hand, the isolate is pure CBD. If you want to play it safe in regards to any workplace drug testing, this is usually the recommended oil.
So now you’ve got your vaporizer, CBD juice, and you’re ready to go! But wait, how do you actually set up your vape? Here is a brief checklist to get everything ready and start vaping!
1- Check the manual that comes with your vaporizer. Give it a good read so that you get the basics down.
2- Place the battery to charge. Most devices will have an LED light that will let you know when it’s completely charged and ready to go.
3- Check the coil to make sure that it’s on tight. After that, it’s time to fill the tank with your juice!
4- Then you can start filling the tank with your chosen CBD juice. You can then start to put each piece back together again.
5- Let the juice sit for 10 to 15 minutes. This will allow the oil to soak through the coil, so you can avoid inhaling a dry hit!
6- Then inhale and enjoy the positive effects of the CBD oil. Keep in mind that some devices need the user to press the “fire” button to inhale. If you’re unsure, just consult the manual.
7- If there are any issues you can always do a quick Google search for further information in articles or video tutorials. If there are any further problems just get in touch with the vendor or manufacturer. It’s as easy as that!