Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in cannabis. CBD vape oil is the concentrated form of Cannabidiol in a liquid form, which is heated and inhaled through a Vape Pen, or Vaporizer. CBD vape oil can be purchased to refill your vaporizer or as a one-time use cartridge for your Vape Pen. CBD tinctures and CBD oils are not the same thing. While oil can be consumed via a vaporizer, the pure 100mg CBD tincture is designed for oral consumption only. Place it under your tongue or add it to your edibles. To be clear, it is still a form of CBD oil and, ideally, should be purchased from a company that uses CO2 extraction to extract the cannabidiol from the hemp plant.

CBD Oil Tincture vs CBD Vape Oil

Posted by Steven Wood on

What is the difference between CBD oil/Hemp CBD oil and CBD vape liquid?

Let’s clear up any confusion and misconceptions regarding CBD oil, CBD tinctures, and CBD vape liquids.

Can you vape CBD Oil? Well, can you? To answer this question correctly, we have to be able to first distinguish between the term “oil” and “liquid.” In general, CBD oils are concentrated products that are made to be taken sublingually (i.e. under the tongue). In other words, they are NOT made to be smoked or vaped with a vape pen.

CBD liquids, on the other hand (aka e-liquids) are specifically made to be vaporized and inhaled as steam. So to answer the question correctly, no, you shouldn’t vape CBD oil – what you need is a vape-specific CBD liquid.

That being said, however, a lot of CBD vape liquid manufacturers out there are still using the term “oil” rather freely and loosely. For instance, they’ll label a product something like “CBD vape oil,” when in reality what they should probably be calling it is CBD vape liquid. We don’t have that problem at Assuage Hemp CBD Products. You’ll be able to clearly distinguish our Hemp CBD Oil meant to be taken sublingually (under the tongue) from our CBD e-liquids meant to be vaporized

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