10 Tips to Increase Your CBD Vaping Fun

Whether you’re a novice or veteran CBD consumer, you appreciate the diverse methods of consuming CBD. One of the ingestion methods with rising popularity is CBD vaping.

Many people are opting for CBD vaping over CBD smoking because vaping promotes cannabinoid retention, doesn’t irritate the lungs, and there are no odors.

To vape CBD, you will need a vaporizer. A vaporizer is a simple gadget that comprises a battery, a tank, a heating component, and a CBD resource.

Vaporizers can be disposable or reusable. Disposable vaporizers are typically thrown away after use while reusable vaporizers may be refilled with the CBD resource and used again.

How the vaporizer works is that upon activation, the heating component grows adequately hot, thus converting the CBD resources into vapor, and the user inhales it.

This ingestion method is a popular alternative to smoking, as the vapor is light and delicious, and the CBD resources are typically e-juices and flower.

CBD vaping makes for rapid effects. Once the CBD vapor is conveyed to the lungs, the blood absorbs the CBD molecules and transports them to the brain.

Many people that didn’t like other forms of CBD like tinctures and capsules have embraced CBD vapes, and may now enjoy the anti-convulsant, anti-psychotic, and analgesic properties of CBD [1].

For an amazing CBD vaping experience, there are some ground rules. For one, you need to use a quality vaporizer, and you need the CBD form that agrees with your vaporizer.

In other words, don’t try to use CBD tincture with your vaporizer, but instead, you need to use CBD vape juice. For an amazing CBD vaping experience, always remember the following tips.

1. Buy Quality CBD Resources

Whether you’re into e-juices or flower, your vaping experience is typically influenced by the quality of the CBD resources. And so, avoid buying backstreet e-juices or flower.

CBD vape juice mainly consists of three major ingredients; vegetable glycerine, propylene glycol, and cannabidiol. Always check to see the ingredients.

If you notice any ingredient rumored to have negative health effects, you may want to pass on that CBD vape juice.

As for CBD flower, stick to buying from reputable CBD shops, and always ensure that your flower doesn’t stick around for so long.

2. Try Different Flavors

One of the things that make CBD vaping fun is the diverse flavors. If you stumble on one flavor that you like and stick there, you might miss even greater flavors.

And so, it’s critical to try different flavors, as you establish your preferences. Some of the common flavors of CBD vape juices include mint sliced, iced mocha, watermelon ice, bubble gum ice, red bull strawberry, and sunset cola.

3. Get Rid of the Spitting or Leaking

When your vape spits or leaks, the droplets of hot e-juice slide out of the mouthpiece and land on your oral parts. The common cause of spitting is a saturation of e-juice.

Vape spitting means you’re losing your valuable green resources. Some tips to avoid spitting include using quality e-juices, stabilizing airflow, and clearing the chimney.

4. Get Rid of the Popping

Vape popping refers to your vaporizer producing noises while you vape. Whether you’re a novice or veteran, such occurrence has the potential to get you uncomfortable.

You may minimize or eliminate vape popping by taking short and slow hits, keeping the device dirt-free, and shifting coil resistance.

5. Get Rid of the Burnt Taste

One moment you’re enjoying delicious CBD vapor, and the next minute, you can make out a subtle burnt taste within the vapor. What gives?

The burnt taste usually stems from coil issues. Make sure that you stay within the recommended wattage, and make sure the coil is free of dirt.

6. Eliminate the Possibility of Explosion

I mean, this is the worst possible thing that could happen. You certainly don’t want any vaporizer to go burst while you’re using it.

Although they are rare, vaporizer explosions are extremely dangerous, and they can traumatize various parts of the body including the spine [2].

But in most instances, explosions happen as a result of negligence on the part of the vape user.

Some of the practices that deter vape explosions include never charging the device while asleep; never charging the device longer than recommended time, and ensuring that you use the designated charger.

7. Inspect the Battery

The battery plays a critical role, as it powers the heating element, and facilitates the conversion of vape juice into vapor.

One of the things that can minimize the effectiveness of the battery is gunk accumulation. Check the battery often and get rid of the gunk.

8. If Travelling Abroad, Research On CBD Vape Use

Many people have incorporated CBD into their daily routines because of its amazing therapeutic properties. But then CBD is not legal the world over [3].

And so, if you’re traveling overseas, you need to check to see that CBD is allowed in that region so that you don’t experience legal woes.

But if CBD is legal in that region, you still need to familiarize yourself with vaping practices that are crucial for travels.

Depending on the destination, it may be ideal to use disposable instead of reusable vape devices.

If traveling with a crew, determine whether the members are okay with CBD vaping so that you might evade potential conflict.

9. Avoid Plastic Vape Tanks

Vaporizers and their accessories are made of all kinds of materials. But you want to avoid vape tanks made of plastic.

Such vape tanks are vulnerable to the degradation exerted by acidic flavors, and they may even ruin the taste of your CBD e-juice.

The best material for vape tanks is glass.

10. Store Your Vaporizer Properly

Whether you’re always on the move or you vape at home, you need the appropriate storage supplies for your vape.

If you’re always on the move, you need a carry case that safeguards your vaping accessories and makes everything easy.

CBD cartridges should be positioned upright and must not be exposed to direct sunlight or heat, and vape juices should stay sealed.

Sources

  1. Peace, M. R., Butler, K. E., Wolf, C. E., Poklis, J. L., & Poklis, A. (2016). Evaluation of two commercially available cannabidiol formulations for use in electronic cigarettes. Frontiers in Pharmacology7, 279.
  2. Hagarty, S., & Luo, J. (2020). E-cigarette “Vape” Device Explosion Causing C Spine Fracture. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Global Open8(4).
  3. Bridgeman, M. B., & Abazia, D. T. (2017). Medicinal cannabis: history, pharmacology, and implications for the acute care setting. Pharmacy and therapeutics42(3), 180.

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