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can you mix cbd oil with e liquid

One interesting aspect of research that’s worth considering is that people who take cannabis without tobacco (nicotine) in a habitual, high intake style do experience a shrinking of the hippocampus that relates to depleted memory retention.

There’s no evidence – either scientific or anecdotally – that combining nicotine with CBD makes either substance more or less addictive.

Well, there’s no reason why you cannot mix a CBD e-liquid (most of these are unflavoured) with a nicotine-based product.

You Can Blend CBD E-Liquids & Nicotine Infused E-Liquids

As we’ll see from exploring this topic, the relationship is a complex one.

Most (often self-identifying) ‘purists’ would argue that for this reason that it’s best to vape CBD independent of any nicotine.

These are generally quite high strength CBD extracts that are designed to be added to standard e-liquids (either with or without nicotine). These types of juices are designed to avoid crystallisation, which is a common problem.

If you want to monitor your cannabinoid intake, we’d advise you to have a separate vaping setup besides your daily vaping device. It’s simply easier to measure.

So, this blog post will hopefully help you understand how to make your own CBD e-liquid at home. If you don’t want the hassle, we have some great CBD vape oils in our shop for you to check out.

Once the isolate has dissolved, it is time to take the vape juice out of the water and allow it to cool down. Once it is cool, you have the base for you DIY CBD e-liquid and you can add anything you like; whether that is flavours or nicotine.

Step One:

There are a couple of steps to this process and each seems a little more difficult than they actually are. So, here follows a couple of things you will need before you make your own CBD e-liquid.:

Now place the beaker of oil into the hot water.

The reason for this is simple – the CBD in a food supplement has been added to a carrier oil (Like Hemp Oils, or MCT Oils) which are not suitable for vaporising. The result may be harmful for your lungs, or completely destroy your vape! The liquids we use to vape CBD (and nicotine) are not really oils, but rather a very specialised sugar syrup that looks and feels oily.