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Generally speaking, vaping is an unsafe practice regardless of what substances are in the vape pen. And, CBD oil is no exception. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently linked vaping products to an outbreak of nearly 3,000 lung illnesses that were so serious that even young people were being admitted to the hospital. Meanwhile, nearly 70 people have died from what is now being called EVALI (e-cigarette and vaping associated lung injury). And, the CDC believes thousands more may have admitted to the hospital with lung issues related to vaping.  

Their testing was completed by Flora Research Laboratories in Grants Pass, Oregon, which is licensed and inspected by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. What they discovered is that 10 of the 30 vapes contained synthetic marijuana while others had no CBD oil at all. Additionally, eight oils had no detectable level of CBD while 14 were less than 0.3% CBD by weight. The other six ranged between 1.07% and 8.87% CBD by weight.

What Is CBD Oil?

According to the FDA, it is currently illegal to market CBD by adding it to food or marketing it as a supplement. Despite these guidelines, they warn consumers that some CBD products are being marketed with unproven medical claims and are of unknown quality. They also caution consumers that CBD can harm the liver and may interact with other medications you are taking. And, it may even have a negative impact on male fertility.  

To make matters worse, this lack of certification has lead people to sell vaping liquid they claim contains CBD oil when it actually contains harmful chemicals, which is injuring and killing people in the process. To determine the extent to which this is occurring, the Associated Press (AP) commissioned a study to analyze the contents of nearly 30 oils claiming to contain CBD.  

But many people are hoping those regulations will happen soon. Even the CBD industry is concerned and asking for oversight. For instance, without more regulations, organizations like the U.S. Hemp Authority are unable to certify CBD oils as it does with CBD topicals, tinctures, and edibles. And, until that happens, consumers have very little way of knowing what they are getting when they purchase a CBD oil.

Secret Nature full spectrum distillate vape pens are made with live resin extract. They’re rich in cannabinoids and terpenes for a tasty experience, with no artificial flavorings. They come in 700 and 1200 mg CBD, in a variety of sought-after strains and are available with a 1200 mAh rechargeable auto-draw battery.

Refillable CBD vape pens require the purchase of a device, and obviously some CBD e-liquid to vape. However, they are generally more cost effective in the long run, after that first investment. Another downside to refillable CBD pens is that they’re less convenient, discreet, and require more knowledge to use them properly.

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The advantage is that there are more options out there to achieve a custom vape using a refillable CBD vape pen. Most of them even have adjustable power and airflow options for fine tuning the experience, depending on whether you prefer a direct lung vape with bigger clouds or a tighter cigarette-style draw.

Avida offers their signature CBD blends in disposable format! Each vape is bursting with flavor and contains 100 mg of maximum purity pharmaceutical-grade CBD isolate. They are thoroughly tested by a third party lab for quality and consistency. The flavors range from fruits to tangy candy like mango and blue razz.

Direct lung sub ohm devices are ideal for lower CBD strengths since they deliver more vapor each puff. On the other hand, MTL is best suited for higher amounts of CBD, since it would take a lot more puffs to achieve the same desired effect if you were to use the same concentration of cannabidiol in both devices.

If you’re not getting your CBD from a trusted source, there’s no way to truly know what you’re getting. Reputable brands tend to have overwhelmingly positive customer and professional reviews. These brands also test their products with credible third-party ISO labs and make the results public, or at the very least are willing to provide them upon request.

Vaping is one of the most effective and popular ways to use CBD. With such a diverse range of products available, it’s important to know which “CBD oil” products are suitable for vaping, and how you can verify their quality.

No, vaping CBD will not get you high, unless it is derived from marijuana containing THC. Most CBD formulated for vaping is derived from industrial hemp. It contains trace amounts of THC (up to 0.3%) which isn’t enough to get you high. There are many THC-free CBD e-liquids for people who are concerned about failing a drug test.

Why are lab tests so important?

The Americans for Safe Access stated at a 2016 medical cannabis conference, “To date, there has never been a single well documented case of human fatality attributable to an overdose of cannabis or its components, and no experimental or non-extrapolated LD50 can be attributed to a toxic or lethal overdose.”

Here’s a study on the safety and side effects of CBD.

This guide covers the essential things to know about shopping for CBD vapes and CBD vape juice, plus how to use them properly. One caution: if you use prescription medications, you should always consult your doctor before incorporating CBD into your regimen.

The best way to find your dosage is to start low and then work your way up. Start with the minimal dosage, 1 to 2 mg of CBD and wait about six hours until your next dose. Gradually increase your dosage each time by 5 mg. Pay close attention to how you feel after each dose. It might not be noticeable right away, or even overnight. As soon as you experience positive effects, lock in that dosage and stick with it.