CBD Oil Vape Starter Kits
First of all, electronic cigarettes are for adult smokers.
Some people get CBD by smoking the flowering parts of the hemp plant, similar to the way people may smoke marijuana in rolled cigarettes. But increasingly CBD is available via e-cigarette vaporizer devices, or “vape pens,”
The device heats up a small portion of concentrated CBD oil until it boils, allowing you to inhale the vapor
Pros: Inhaled CBD tends to enter the bloodstream faster than other forms—in as quickly as 30 seconds or less. The quick action means it should affect the body sooner, which could be especially useful to ease immediate pain or anxiety, for example. Vape pens are easy to use and can go undetected because they produce little smoke.
Cons: The CBD cartridges used in vape pens can contain a solvent called propylene glycol, which is also used in e-cigarettes containing nicotine. At high temperatures, propylene glycol (pg) can degrade into formaldehyde, a chemical that can irritate the nose and eyes and could increase the risk of asthma and cancer. That's why you should look for CBD vape pens that advertise “solvent-free oils.” Also, controlling dosing can be particularly difficult with vape pens. How much CBD you absorb depends on how hard and long you inhale.
Consider trying the lowest dose first—in this case, a single inhale—then wait a few minutes and see whether there is an effect, such as pain relief or reduced anxiety. If not, try another. And avoid holding your breath after inhaling, because that can irritate the lungs.