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CBD Oil and CBD Vape Oil - Different Uses and Benefits

Posted by Diana Morales


Aug 29th 2019

CBD Oil and CBD Vape Oil -  Different Uses and Benefits

Aug 29th 2019


CBD Oil and CBD Vape Oil - Different Uses and Benefits

 

CBD Oil Vs CBD Vape Oil

For quite some time,  people were aware about one of the classic methods of consumption wherein the users put 2-3 drops of oil under the tongue and thus it was popularly called Sublingual method. But with the release of vapes and special vapes oils people often get confused whether to opt for a regular CBD oil or a vape oil . Due to their similar state people assumed it could be used either way. But, the fact is they were designed as per their particular way of use.

First of all, CBD is an extract of cannabidiol, known more commonly as CBD, taken from the Cannabis sativa plant. CBD is entirely non-psychoactive and non-addictive, allowing patients to utilize its medical benefits without significant risk.

When you ingest CBD, it interacts with the endocannabinoid system (ECS), a health system that runs throughout the human body. This system is triggered by cannabinoids, both natural ones produced by the human body (endocannabinoids) and ones found in cannabis that we receive when we consume the plant.

 

CBD Oils

CBD tinctures are designed keeping in mind their oral way of consumption. They are made when CBD is extracted from hemp plant by steeping the leaves and hemp flowers, submerged into grain alcohol that does not induce the feeling of high in users. This mixture is then placed on a low heat setting until the flowers and leaves release their active compounds in the alcohol while the excess alcohol gets boiled off. If CBD is extracted via CO2 extraction process it results into a concentrated form of CBD which is diluted using other specific oils by the manufacturers in a way that it can be easily digested by the body.

One interesting aspect of how CBD oil makes it through your system is something called “Intestinal Lymphatic Drug Delivery,” or ILDD. ILDD occurs when CBD is delivered in an inert oil with a high saturated fat content, such as coconut (or MCT) oil.

Plain Jane Oil is the clearest, purest, smoothest CBD oil available.

Our oil contains only two ingredients: CBD extract and MCT oil derived from coconut oil.

 

CBD Vape Oils

CBD vape oils are customised in a way that it can be only be used in vapes and e-cigarettes. Since concentrated CBD is too thick to flow through the vape devices, a thinning agent is added to dilute the solution to make the flow of liquid easy. Apart from that, it also ensures higher volume which is related to how long the liquid might last in the vape before refilling it. Moreover, this thinning agent results in the production of thick clouds of vapor when exhaled at the end. One of the main benefits of CBD vape oils is that it comes in a variety of different flavor options to choose from.

When you vaporize CBD , your vape pen quickly heats the oil and CBD to the point where it is sublimated into gaseous form. This then combines with water vapor from the air and becomes a fine mist. You then breathe this in, allowing the blood that circulates around and through your lungs to retrieve the CBD within the vaporized mist.

 

Hemp CBD Vaporizer Cartridge it's the clearest, purest, and smoothest CBD oil vaporizer cartridge available.

Our cartridges have the clearest color because we do not add artificial chemicals or flavorings. We also pride ourselves on the consistency of the experience because we know exactly what each cartridge contains.

 

One important thing to consider is the frequent interchangeability between both CBD oil and CBD e-liquids; this means that people are ingesting the e-liquid and putting CBD oil in their vaporizers ,something you really, really should not be doing.

 

 

 If you’re still a little confused on the subject, though, here’s a general summary:

  • CBD vape liquids are much less viscous (less syrupy) than CBD oils or tinctures – if you try to use an sublingual (under the tongue) oil in a vape pen, it’s probably not going to work very well
  • The terms CBD “tincture” and CBD “oil” are largely interchangeable; they both refer to products that are to be taken orally.
  • CBD “oil” is a broadly-used term that can technically be used to describe either oral (under the tongue) CBD products or vapable CBD products.