Mighty Vs Crafty – Which Is The Better Vaporizer?

Mighty vs Crafty Vaporizer

Storz & Bickel are quite understandably regarded as the best when it comes to dry herb vaporizers.

Sure, there’s a few other contenders out there who also manufacture magnificent devices – but nobody else has been in the game for so long, or built such a loyal and dedicated following.

Their balloon-based desktop vaporizers are still rightly regarded as the finest in their class – but what about their much more recent portable vaporizers?

Both the Crafty and Mighty sell like hot cakes and they perform at a level that smashes most of the opposition back a decade or two.

But they do have unique qualities that may lend themselves towards different styles.

Considering that for most people these will be pretty significant purchases and ones that you expect to enjoy for many years, it’s important to decide whether the sleek and portable Crafty Vaporizer or the punch of Mighty Vaporizer is better for you.

Here’s what you need to consider when making that decision:

Design & Aesthetics

We’ll come to the quality of the engineering shortly, but let’s begin by looking at the designs of each device.

Both the Mighty and Crafty look ‘industrial’ – built to last, survive the occasional accident, and thoroughly dependable. Those are exactly the kind of qualities that you need to look for when considering taking either vaporizer out and about.

What’s surprising happens to be the relative lightness of the actual unit. While the crafty weighs in at a smaller weight (about a third less) both feel proportionate in sense of denseness and durability.

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Assessing the reliability and design of both devices should be key in making your decision.

Both models offer a retractable mouthpiece which is the only part of the device that may be snappable. Other than that they are as indestructible as it gets.

However, there’s one issue here that has irked a number of Mighty fans. For some reason, S&B opted to finish this with a rounded base – meaning that you cannot simply stand it upright on a table or flat surface. It’s one of those things that sounds ‘by-the-by’ but actually can become irritating, especially for those planning on using their device domestically.

Verdict: The Crafty offers the best in-hand feeling. While the Mighty is perfectly sound, that rounded base is going to irritate some of you who are picky!


We’ll make this brief because you most likely have already guessed the answer.

Crafty measures 4.3″ compared to Mighty’s 5.5″ in height and that extra inch and a bit matters. The weight is less of an issue. Both will fit most men’s jackets, but the Mighty is going to be a stretch for the average jean pocket.

Storz & Bickel released the Crafty to offer the finest dry herb experience when you’re out and about. It’s without question the winner here.

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The Crafty is perfect for those who want a highly portable vaporizer.

Verdict: The Crafty wins again, but hold your horses…

Battery Life & Charging Times

So far the Crafty is showing its sleekness but the fact remains that besides the quality of vape (we’ll get there soon!) most serious vapers will be looking at battery life as one of their key concerns. After all, what’s the point in a having a brilliant device if it conks out after a few blasts?

The good news is that S&B are renowned for the quality of their batteries. In all seriousness, both of these devices should last way beyond their 2 year manufacturer’s guarantees. Their desktop (mains charged) old school vaporizers are known to last for several years, and the good news is that they haven’t cut any corners on their modern day portables either!

Assuming ‘session vaping’ between a small group you should expect the Crafty to last somewhere between 60-80 minutes. The Mighty will stretch that well towards the 2-hour mark and perhaps even a little longer.

Crafty Vaporizer Charging

Both the Crafty and Mighty are charged via a USB connection.

While it may appear that the Mighty – thanks to its additional bulk battery power – is the better option for batteries, it’s worth factoring in the way both devices are charged.

The Crafty can be powered up from USB source while the Mighty needs a wall outlet adaptor (which is supplied in the kit).

Weirdly, the former actually takes longer to refill than the latter. Expect a couple of hours to fully recharge the Crafty with 30 minutes less for the Mighty.

Verdict: Both perform well, however, there’s no denying the superiority of the Mighty. Longer lasting and faster charging – just remember that you’ll either need a suitable wall socket or a quality portable charging pack.

Temperature Control & Settings

Something most people tend to raise when comparing the Crafty and Mighty vaporizers tends to be along the lines of “why is that one so much smaller when they offer the same output?”. True – they both offer between 104°F and 410°F heating – but there’s much more to it than that!

The key thing to understand is that the Crafty is largely preprogrammed. You can adjust the temperature settings by the smartphone app – and for those who are into that sort of thing, it’s really very good indeed.

We reckon that most people will find the preprogrammed options more than sufficient, however. Just use the higher heats for flakes and slow roast for larger herbs. Yet the downer is you can’t alter temperature settings manually outside of those that are already set by the app.

The temperate settings are easily controlled on the Crafty via their dedicated smartphone app. Unfortunately there’s no app for the Mighty, however.

As for the Mighty, there’s that ever so reassuring digital display and buttons that will adjust your temperature as and when you wish.

For some dry herb vapers that’s simply what they like, and frankly, we can’t blame them either. Chopping out the screen and buttons sure helps the Crafty stay so portable and powerful, but don’t forget how nice and reassuring a simple interface can be – especially when your smartphone runs out of juice.

Verdict: All down to personal preferences. In our opinion, the Mighty wins here by default because it can be manually adjusted with ease. Yet those out and about may prefer the added stealth presented by the Crafty. Call this one a draw!

Quality & Performance

Both deliver absolutely fantastic vaping.

The instructions for both are easy to follow but note that after much experience using these devices a slightly rougher grind works really well.

The cooling chambers and convection currents are good enough to handle this over longer sessions, especially if you’re looking to prevent unnecessary wastage and burn.

One of the reasons to favour the Mighty is that ability to quickly lower or raise temperatures manually to ensure you enjoy the best of the tank. It really does make a difference.

If we’re trying to draw a line between the two, it has to be said that the Mighty – primarily due to its larger size – offers a slightly cooler vape over long sessions. Between the two for more casual blasts, there’s no discernable difference. Just expect the smoothest and cleanest herb vape going.

It’s worth also noting that both are capable of enjoying dry herb and concentrates. Should you decide to mix the two be sure to keep them clean (a handy little kit is provided – so no excuses!).

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Both devices deliver outstanding performance. These must be the best quality dry herb vaporizers currently on the market. Ultimately, deciding between the two is difficult. It really depends on how portable you want your device to be.

Both tanks can handle 0.3g – so while the Crafty is smaller, remember that it can pack as much of a punch as its Mighty brother.

Verdict: Very difficult to judge. Both are fantastic devices and you’ll only notice the barest difference over a long session when the Crafty is losing its battery life.

Final Thoughts

Choosing between the Mighty and Crafty vaporizer is really bloody difficult!

Both of these tremendous devices deservedly enjoy close to 5-star ratings when it comes to vaping performance. It simply does not get any better on the portable market.

The real factor which ought to be considered when choosing between them is figuring out how you intend to use them.

For sheer portability with unparalleled power just look no further than the Crafty. It’s a brilliant piece of kit that’s ready and able whenever you need it. Simply ideal for the ‘out and about’ vaper. Just factor in that the battery will not last for longer sessions (and that’s what power off buttons are there for).

As for the Mighty – it’s without question the perfect choice for domestic use. Sure – it can be portable – but overall this is the better choice for more prolonged and heavyweight vaping sessions.

If we had to make a personal choice? Both would be nice, but for general home use the Mighty vaporizer edges it. That adjustable panel makes life so much easier!

How Is CBD Extracted From The Hemp Plant?

The CBD Manufacturing Process Explained

Ever wondered why CBD manufacturers prefer hemp plants ahead of ‘classic’ marijuana varieties?

Legalities aside, it all comes down to the fact that while hemp still contains a little psychoactive THC (the component that gets you high) it’s much easier to remove when present in lesser amounts.

While it’s possible to create CBD extracts using marijuana plants, they are almost always well over the legal maximum amount of THC (unless used in legal areas or as part of a medically approved and licensed program).

Hemp is used for a huge variety of purposes – and has been for many hundreds of years. But it must be processed in order to extract the CBD (and other cannabinoids) for use in the supplements which we are increasingly familiar with today.

So what are the methods used to perform this crucial task? As we shall see, there are a few options – and it’s important to know how your chosen extract was produced, as it often is a key indicator of quality and effectiveness.

Supercritical CO2 Extraction

Supercritical CO2 Extraction Method

Broadly speaking, the majority of ‘premium’ CBD products that deserve such a label will exclusively use CO2 extraction methods.

The science is pretty straightforward and involves combining high pressure at low temperatures to produce a very concentrated extract containing all molecular features of the plant.

This can then be filtered to remove any unwanted components (such as THC). This is the exact same extraction method used for decaffeinating coffee beans.

How many times this process is performed depends on the manufacturer. Some prefer to repeat this process – just to ensure that the resulting product is within legal thresholds and other cannabinoids, terpenes, and minerals are retained. Others do their best to entirely eliminate those as well to try and produce a CBD isolate.

Perhaps unsurprisingly this is regarded as the most environmentally sound way to produce very high-grade extracts.

The downside is that it’s comparatively time-consuming and expensive – with those costs accounting for the high prices that such products can usually command.

Ethanol-Based Extraction

CBD Ethanol Extraction Process

Not long ago ethanol extraction was frowned upon but methods have improved considerably in more recent years.

This form of extraction involves using an alcohol solvent (ethanol) which absorbs the desired cannabinoids out of the hemp plant. Once completed this is then filtered – and here’s where the difference matters…

Some manufacturers will take great care to remove the overwhelming majority of the ethanol resulting in a good CBD extract. Others – usually those looking to produce in bulk for cheap retail prices – will take far less care with the result being a heavily diluted and low-efficiency extract.

However, don’t completely rule out ethanol produced extracts because some manufacturers have been able to use cold filtration methods to produce as near a perfect quality as those used in CO2 production.

Just perform your homework first, and bear in mind that each batch may vary in quality.

Reputable companies will provide and often even publish batch testing results to prove the quality of their extraction methods.

Hydrocarbon Extraction (Now Rarely Used)

Hydrocarbon extraction techniques were among the earliest used, primarily when trying to produce marijuana oils for recreational use.

It shouldn’t require much explaining that this is hardly ideal for manufacturing CBD isolates!

It was still used until a decade or so ago – usually by combining propane/butane/pentane to extract a low quality and often contaminated extract.

Needless to say, the use of these chemicals was dangerous for both the manufacturer and potentially even the end user.

It’s very rare to find any CBD products produced this way anymore (thankfully).

Lipid-Based Extraction

Lipid Extraction Method For CBD

There’s been a recent growth in the use of lipid extraction in legal US states, but it’s not something you’ll frequently find in the UK.

Very occasionally you may find a product that claims to use lipids to extract the desired cannabinoids.

These lipids (fats) are usually coconut or hemp oils. While they require no chemicals at all, measuring the levels of cannabinoids – especially THC – is difficult so you can never be sure what you are getting.

What Then Happens To Your Extract?

OK, so we have an extract – now what?

Some companies, especially those who appreciate the entourage effect such as Love CBD (combined additional cannabinoids = better product) will simply finish here and bend these oils into their products.

Yet there are additional processing methods which can be used to produce isolates. These are often marketed as containing ‘zero’ THC – with the downside being that the vast majority of those other terpenes and cannabinoids apart from CBD are usually also lost.

There’s a large market for isolates not only because they contain the lowest possible amount of THC, but also because some people believe (rightly or wrongly) that core parts of the chemical breakdown of the hemp plant are particularly useful.


Some companies decarboxylate their oils, whilst others do not.

Decarboxylation looks to remove psychoactive THC but retaining THCa (non-psychoactive) while helping to convert CBDA to CBD. Some people prefer it, others find it to be over-processed and contrary to the theory of the ‘entourage effect’.

Winterisation is another process worth being aware of. This involves freezing and keeping the oil for a period of time while the residual waxes, solvents, and lipids separate.

Once this is complete it’s possible to remove them so you have an extract that’s nothing but highly concentrated pure cannabinoids.

The removal of terpenes – often believed to be key to the efficacy of CBD – is the problem, but again some people prefer it.

Final Thoughts

It’s always a good idea to understand how your product was manufactured.

While most manufacturers will use good quality industrial hemp as their raw product, what happens afterwards can wildly vary in terms of quality.

The chances are that you’ll have seen ‘total’ CBD isolates on the market which is literally single molecule oil. These are entirely flavourless and retain no aspect of the organic plant at all (usually produced using a chromatography technique).

At the end of the day, if that’s what you want then, by all means, go ahead. But be aware that there’s a growing body of research – and masses of anecdotal evidence – that suggests effective CBD products tend to use a broader spectrum of the plant.

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Mig Vapor Torpedo Review

Mig Vapor Torpedo Dry Herb VaporizerWe’ve been looking forward to the Mig Vapor Torpedo dry herb vaporizer arriving on these shores for a fair old while!

Those in the know will be all too aware of how popular this device is Stateside, promising to deliver A-grade vape at a very wallet-friendly price.

Renowned for being super easy to use, extremely reliable and best of all performing with utter consistency (meaning zero herb wastage!) this is one of those devices that people simply stay loyal to for years.

All that being said – the dry herb vaping game has improved massively in recent times – and the competition has never been stiffer.

Read on for all you need to know about the Mig Vapor Torpedo, and (spoilers…) why it’s still at the top of the game.

First Impressions

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Once our greedy mitts had managed to fight a way through the packaging, the first thing you notice about the Torpedo is that – yes you guessed it – it looks a bit like how we’d imagine a torpedo to appear!

A super sleek matt black finish makes for a very smartly engineered little tube, that feels much like a ‘typical’ vape pen, perhaps just a little heavier in the grip.

The tank is always the first place to check out, and we’re pleased to report that this is a very secure and clearly well-designed compartment.

It will hold around 1.7ml according to the instructions, but of course, that’s going to vary depending on how you choose to compress your herb. We like a little air left in there to help for an even ‘roast’ and still found that it was super easy to pack.

Crumble fans will not be disappointed, and this is going to be great for finishing off any scraps too.

The pack includes 5 silicone mouthpieces (3 short and 2 long) which are the standard ‘clip-and-go’ variety. No frills, but none are needed – they feel secure and offer plenty of protection (not that we’d expect many people to need it anyway).

Mig Vapor also throw in 5 replaceable mesh filters that ought to last for a good while. Over the week we spent using this device we were still happy with the first one, so a point scored for durability.

Other than that you’ll find a handy little cleaning kit/brush that makes clearing up your tank a doddle (always do this routinely no matter the product). Oh, and there’s the battery – which deserves a section all of its own!

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The Mig Vapor Torpedo Battery Is Phenomenal

Thanks to a 2200 mAh battery you can be certain that the Torpedo vaporizer will not let you down!

Three different temperatures are preprogrammed into the unit varying ranging from 160C/320F, 193C/380F/ 215C/420F. As usual, these are colour coded so you’ll always know what temperature you are heating with.

Just like a simple vape pen you hold down the power button to shift between these settings. While there’s no option to program your own heating style, we reckon that only the absolute fussiest of vapers will be upset about that.

Sensible users will make the most of these settings, especially the impressively highest temperature when finishing up any ‘loose ends’ towards the end of a session.

Now on to the trickier topic of longevity. Obviously, it can be difficult to estimate this with a great deal of precision, as some people simply vape harder and hotter than others.

From experience, we managed to get around an hours worth of continual use from the Torpedo from a full charge. In most cases, people will stop and start the device over the course of a day.

We’d agree that this will last a ‘festival day’ of on/off vaping with ease – so make of that what you will!

Overall it compares very well with other dry herb vaporizers of similar size, and that battery allows for an extremely consistent vape experience whenever you fancy it.

Charging is via the standard USB cable and takes around 75 minutes from empty.

Magical Performance

So how did it perform? Well, it’s understandable and fair to say that we put this properly through its paces during our hands-on review.

Of the many dry herb vapes that we’ve tried out in recent months, this has to be ranked up there with kits that typically cost double the price.

It simply delivers fantastic quality vape that’s free from any hot/dry hits even after an evening-long session. Their ‘advanced heating chamber design’ most certainly works better than the vast majority of similarly priced vaporizers currently on the market.

Warm up times are similarly impressive. From being activated the Mig Vapor Torpedo will be ready to go at a full temperature within 30/40 seconds, with increases and decreases in the output being near instantaneous (allow a few seconds for the herb to naturally cool).

When combined with natural sleekness and convenient pocket-sized discretion, this is a handy vaporizer for on-the-go enjoyment as well as more casual laid back session vaping.

Overall, this is the kind of vaporizer you can rely on wherever you want – and exactly what ought to be delivered by any product that markets itself as truly portable.

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CBD Asylum Pro Oil 1000mg


The World’s First Multi-Purpose CBD Oil

CBD Pro OilSomething which many people overlook when choosing a CBD oil is the full list of ingredients.

The strength of the oil, the quality of the hemp, the range of cannabinoids, and the manufacturer’s reputation are all very important. However, the ‘carrying agent’ – what the core extract is mixed with – is generally overlooked.

Until recently, most companies would use either olive, coconut or less commonly hemp oil for this purpose.

Each of these is perfectly fine and carry their own particular advantages, but what if a top quality compound contained 4 carrying oils?

Well, the boffins at CBD Asylum have now brought us their latest invention – the 1000mg Pro Oil which does exactly that.

Why Are Carrying Oils Important?

Carrying agents provide much more than a simple way to bulk out an extract for easier dosing.

One of the most essential factors when choosing a CBD product must be how well it’s going to bind with the body’s endocannabinoid system. While there’s still plenty of ongoing research into the exact science of cannabinoid receptors, something which is far from disputed is that the efficacy of the carrying agent is key to this process.

Olive, coconut and hemp oils have traditionally been favoured as they are naturally ‘absorbent’ and are easily assimilated into the body. But that’s not to say they are necessarily the best or need to be used independently from each other.

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The CBD Pro Oil is 100% organic, free of THC and is unflavoured and unscented.

The Pro Oil Combines Four Of The Best Oils

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The CBD Asylum Pro Oil 1000mg combines MCT, organic virgin hemp seed oil, virgin avocado oil, and pomegranate seed oil.

Each of these is not only tried and tested for being combined successfully with CBD to aid with maximum absorption into the body, but they also deliver a hefty whack of additional vitamins and nutrients.

CBD Asylum have for a while been geared towards the potential benefits that their hemp extracts can offer for athletes in regard to physical recovery, as well as the benefits for incorporating CBD into an overall healthy lifestyle for those of us who are a little less active!

These oils have been chosen because:

  1. Hemp Seed Oil – Natural anti-aging properties, skin conditioning and excellent for immune system support.
  2. Avocado Oil – Packed with antioxidants and essential fatty acids.
  3. Pomegranate Oil – Proven as a natural anti-inflammatory and also great for the skin.

But what about the MCT? Well, for those unaware of the joys of Medium Chain Triglycerides (you can read our guide to MCT here), there’s plenty of evidence that this oil is probably the best going for helping CBD absorb into the body.

Some people are put off by the admittedly ‘lab-sounding’ name, but it’s used across the supplement industry because it’s naturally easy to digest while reducing wastage typically caused by travelling through the metabolic tract.

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Also available in other strengths – 500mg or 2000mg.

Combined With World Class CBD Extract

CBD Asylum has opted to call this blend their Pro Blend™, and while we are no marketing experts it’s fair to say that this is a very impressive a blend of carrying agents.

Make no mistake – there’s still plenty of other goodness contained in most of the well sourced organic ‘classic’ agents, but the Pro Blend™ is packed specifically with proven health-boosting qualities.

Everyone knows that hemp is packed full of natural goodness anyway, so why not combine it with even more? That’s a logic we can happily get along with!

In all seriousness, it’s worth noting that CBD Asylum’s extracts are some of the best in the business. Check out their website to see how seriously they take this.

All of their plants are 100% organically grown, naturally cultivated and ecologically harvested. No chemicals or other nasties are used at any stage of the manufacturing process. The blending process is conducted in licensed pharmaceutical grade labs which are based in the UK.

CO2 extraction methods (the best and most eco-friendly possible) remove THC whilst retaining as much of the goodness as possible. What we are left with is a world-class extract blended with a fantastic mix of supplementary oils.

A Genuinely Multi-Purpose CBD Supplement

It’s worth mentioning that the Pro Oil 1000mg comes in a rather large 50ml bottle so it’s designed for a slightly more ‘liberal’ usage. Most oils on the market come in 10ml bottles.

Not only can the oil be taken just like any other tincture (held under the tongue for a couple of minutes), but it can also be rubbed into the skin just like any other supplementary balm or oil. A growing body of athletes are using CBD for post-workout recovery.

It’s the sheer versatility that makes the Pro Oil 1000mg really stand out from the crowd.

Don’t assume that this product is designed solely for athletic purposes. Consider it instead as an extremely versatile and high-quality supplement that can be used with much greater freedom than many comparable oils.


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Can You Mix CBD With Nicotine?


Can You Mix CBD With Nicotine?

Have you wondered what might happen if you combine CBD oil with a nicotine-based e-liquid? It’s a common question and one that raises quite a number of interesting points!

Those who already enjoy vaping nicotine infused e-liquids wonder if this may somehow negate the potential benefits that CBD may have to offer.

As we’ll see from exploring this topic, the relationship is a complex one.

Do Not Combine Sublingual Oils With E-Liquids!

First of all, we should make it clear that under no circumstances should anyone combine oil designed for sublingual use (taken under the tongue) with e-liquid.

CBD products intended for oral or sublingual intake use a carrying agent such as olive/coconut/hemp/MCT oil that simply doesn’t mix with the Vegetable Glycerin (VG) and Propylene Glycol (PG) found in e-liquids.

While they may appear to be similar to the eye, they are very different substances!

Oils are not designed to be heated whereas the VG and PG used in e-liquids are capable of producing vapour and a ‘throat hit’ that simulates conventional smoking.

Mixing the two together will in all likelihood damage your device and can potentially even be dangerous – after all, who wants to vape olive oil? Really?!

CBD Contains No Nicotine

Another point worth clarifying early is that CBD extracts contain no nicotine. Good quality CBD oils contain nothing other than cannabinoids and all the natural goodness from the hemp plant.

There are a small number of CBD e-liquids that also include a measure of nicotine, but so far these are quite rare to find in the UK (they are far more popular in the USA). Whether or not this is a good thing is really a matter of personal taste.

Specially configured juices that contain both compounds are obviously going to be ‘safe’ to use, but as nicotine is included there’s going to be the risk of becoming ‘hooked’. Nicotine is an additive substance after all!

Most (often self-identifying) ‘purists’ would argue that for this reason that it’s best to vape CBD independent of any nicotine.

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You Can Blend CBD E-Liquids & Nicotine Infused E-Liquids

But what if you’re a daily vaper who enjoys a particular flavour that’s not yet available in a specially defined style?

Well, there’s no reason why you cannot mix a CBD e-liquid (most of these are unflavoured) with a nicotine-based product.

The only thing to potentially look out for is making sure that the liquids are broadly similar in regards to their VG & PG mix.

With a few exceptions, the majority of CBD e-liquids adopt a similar ratio to most e-liquids, just keep an eye out for those designed with sub-ohm (heavy cloud producing) vaping in mind as these may not combine so well.

Much More Research Is Needed

Most of what we know about the interaction between cannabinoids and nicotine stems from the findings of studies that have focused upon classic cannabis consumption.

These have specifically looked towards THC (of which only a microscopic amount is retained in CBD products) and nicotine. Very little has been done relating purely to CBD – and the truth of the matter is that how it binds with our endocrine system is still far from understood.

There’s no evidence – either scientific or anecdotally – that combining nicotine with CBD makes either substance more or less addictive.

Taken at face value, nicotine is perhaps the best known addictive substance on the planet whereby we’ve never encountered anyone physically addicted to taking any kind of cannabinoid supplement. Quite simply, hemp contains no addictive substances.

One interesting aspect of research that’s worth considering is that people who take cannabis without tobacco (nicotine) in a habitual, high intake style do experience a shrinking of the hippocampus that relates to depleted memory retention.

On the flip side, people who take cannabis alongside nicotine tend to experience an expansion of the hippocampus that actually enhances memory.

Whether or not that’s related to a specific cannabinoid compound is still to be identified – so again, much more scientific research needs to be done.

Final Thoughts

So where does this leave the many thousands of people interested in finding a way to add some CBD supplementation to their routine nicotine fix?

If you want to monitor your cannabinoid intake, we’d advise you to have a separate vaping setup besides your daily vaping device. It’s simply easier to measure.

For those of you who are happy to enjoy CBD as you vape throughout the day (and there’s absolutely no harm in doing this), you can opt for either a specially infused e-liquid – with or without added flavours – or consider one of the new ‘additive’ style products recently released to the market.

These are generally quite high strength CBD extracts that are designed to be added to standard e-liquids (either with or without nicotine). These types of juices are designed to avoid crystallisation, which is a common problem.

More research needs to be carried out into how nicotine and CBD compounds work together in the body, but there’s no reason why the two cannot be enjoyed side by side.

After all, people have been doing so for thousands of years so far! Just be sure to find a way that suits your style.