You have some CBD Oil and you already vape with E-liquid. Can you kill two birds with one stone? Can you mix CBD Oil with E-liquid? Let’s discuss the differences between CBD Oil and E-liquid and whether or not these products can be used interchangeably or blended together. We will also review the difference between traditional E-liquid and CBD E-liquid.
What Is CBD Oil?
CBD is Cannabidiol, a cannabinoid that occurs in all Cannabis plants, but is traditionally extracted from Hemp, and later mixed with carrier oils to create CBD Oil. CBD Oil works with the Endocannabinoid System within our body to promote mind and body wellness. CBD Oil benefits aren’t proven but CBD Oil is still widely used among many happy customers. CBD Oil effects vary widely, but many CBD users claim to feel more relaxed.
How to use CBD Oil: CBD Oil is generally consumed by placing drops sublingually (under the tongue) and holding them in one’s mouth for about a minute. This allows CBD to go directly into the bloodstream which is faster than going through the digestive system. CBD Vape Liquid is put into a vaporizing device and inhaled and exhaled. This method allows for one of the fastest absorption rates of CBD.
What Is E-liquid?
E-liquid is also known as E-juice, Vape Juice and Vape Oil. There are different types of E-liquids. They come in a variety of flavors and formulations. Most commonly, E-liquids are used to in place of, or to quit smoking cigarettes and may contain various levels of nicotine. In the CBD world, E-liquids are infused with CBD and never contain nicotine. E-liquids are used with vaporizers (vapes, vape pens, mods, etc.). These devices allow users to inhale CBD E-liquids.
Vaping CBD Oil
CBD Vape Juice can be vaped with vape pens or box mods. These devices heat up the E-liquid and vaporize the CBD which makes it inhalable. CBD Oil for sublingual use is not meant for this purpose and should not be used in your vaporizing device. CBD Vape E-liquid contains the perfect blend of food grade Vegetable Glycerine (VG) and Propylene Glycol (PG) to create the ideal CBD vape experience. PG is mainly used for its thin consistency and faster absorption. It also creates that desired “throat hit.” VG offers a nice vape cloud, but too much VG can make E-liquid too sweet and too thick and can even affect the life of your vape device.
Can You Mix CBD With E-liquid?
We don’t recommend mixing CBD Oil with E-liquid. There are CBD products made specifically for vaping and these are your best bet if you want to vape CBD. The ingredients found in CBD Oil are different from the ingredients found in CBD Vape Juice. CBD Vape Juice has specialized ingredients that make it ideal for vaping, whereas CBD Oil has the ideal ingredients for sublingual ingestion.
What Is in CBD E-liquid?
CBD Vape Juice most often contains a combination of CBD Extract, Propylene Glycol, Vegetable Glycerin and natural and artificial flavorings. CBD Extract comes from Industrial Hemp and must contain less than 0.3% THC to be federally legal. Propylene Glycol and Vegetable Glycerin are food grade and safe for inhalation. A reputable CBD E-liquid product contains no nicotine or chemical additives and has been thoroughly tested through a third-party lab to ensure safety.
Warnings of Mixing CBD Oil With E-liquid
CBD Oil (for sublingual use) doesn’t have the ideal blend of ingredients for vaping, but CBD E-liquid does. So, stick with the specially formulated CBD Vape Liquids. CBD Oil may compromise your vaporizer. Because the viscosity between E-liquid and CBD Oil are different, there is a risk of damaging your device. We do not recommend mixing CBD Oil with E-liquid, especially those that contain nicotine. Use all CBD products as directed on the label.
So, can you mix CBD Oil with E-liquid? You will find many articles across the web that say you can mix CBD with E-liquid. But is it the best option? We believe that it is best to use a trusted, premium grade CBD product that is already formulated specifically for vaping rather than making your own concoction that could be harmful to you or your vaping device.
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