Conveniently, CBD vape oils vaporise at around 200℃ (392°F) which is pretty much the standard temperature used by most vape pens for heating typical e-liquids.
The only difference is that it replaces nicotine as the active compound – that’s really all there is to it!
Other than that, they’ll work exactly the same as a ‘standard’ e-liquid and will be compatible with the vast majority of modern vape pens on the UK market.
Perhaps the most important reason why plenty people prefer to use vaping as their means of delivery is that it instantaneously enters the bloodstream.
There’s no faffing around with droplets – a quick draw on a CBD loaded vape pen offers a tangible, physical and immediate intake.
Another advantage of vaping cannabidiol is that it can be enjoyed throughout the day. Compared to sublingual oils, e-liquids tend to be much less concentrated – but remember – people tend to take a scheduled dose three or four times a day.
Vaping allows users to take a dose as and when it’s required. It’s a less ritualistic way of experiencing the benefits without following a strict schedule.
What Vape Pen Should I Use For CBD?
A decent proportion of people interested in vaping to deliver their dose may not currently use a vaporizer.
Some may never have even smoked, so it’s understandable that the wonderful world of vape pens can be a little overwhelming to those fresh to the scene.
There are thousands of pens to choose between – some are fantastic, others are not so good!
Picking the right pen or vaporizer from the start will considerably enhance your enjoyment of these e-liquids, and you needn’t break the bank either.
Pretty much any vape pen will be able to handle CBD e-liquids. Those new to the scene may well be best served by picking up one of the CBD starter kits offered by the leading manufacturers.
Good Practice For Using CBD Vaporizers
Generally speaking, CBD vape oils and e-liquids work pretty much the same as typical vaping and therefore have the same advantages and limitations.
It’s advisable to use a dedicated tank or atomiser for the exclusive use of these specialist liquids. With regular use, you should expect to change the atomiser every 3 to 4 weeks or so.
Dedicated vaporizers (often including ‘ovens’ for dry herb vaping as well) have dedicated functionality for the likes of wax and oils such as the Vapour2 Pro Series 7. These are towards the pricier end of the market.
Which Should I Choose?
CBD is all the rage right now. The best manufacturers are producing some truly fantastic vape pens which are dedicated to this style of vaping.
Your level of experience will determine what you should buy:
Kits are a great place to start – Especially for those who are completely new to vaping.
To those who already vape – We’d strongly advise you to buy a separate tank. Your current device will be able to handle CBD e-liquids. If you’re into sub-ohm vaping (nice one!), we’d recommend mixing these with your favourite go-to juice to avoid wasting money. Use one tank for your daily vape, and another for your specialist vape. It just makes for an easier morning – believe us!
For anyone that’s into vaping pure oil – You really ought to look towards the more specialist end of the market.
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