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cbd vape oil with terpenes

This product contains low levels of THC, which is good in terms of the effectiveness of the product, but if you’re regularly subjected to drug-tests, avoid this product.

Keep in mind that the concentrations of these other cannabinoids are quite low inside this product, and we would definitely have liked to see higher concentrations.

These terpenes not only give this juice the most amazing natural taste…

Pros and Cons

If you’re a Herbonaut regular, you know that when it comes to CBD products, we are the biggest fans of ‘full spectrum’ CBD products.

This product contains 17 different terpenes and each one of them is associated with at least one health benefit. And even though the CBD-content is lower than most other options on the list, it may be that because of these terpenes a single mg of CBD from this product will be more potent compared to the same mg of CBD from other products.

Not only do most compounds found in the hemp plant have uniquely beneficial effects…

I’m talking about their ‘CBD Terpenes Oil’ line. Any oil from this line is infused with naturally-derived terpenes from the hemp plant. The one we like the best is “OG Kush”.

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.

Unlike CBD vape juice, CBD tinctures are strictly for ingestion. Unfortunately many of them do not have proper warning labels and are sold in e-juice style dropper bottles.

A typical CBD vape cartridge containing 100 mg of CBD delivers about 1-2 mg CBD with each puff. If you’re using a CBD vape pen or tank, you’ll be taking in a bit more CBD per puff, depending on your device and the strength of your CBD vape juice.

Is it legal or illegal to use?

There have been some reports of CBD products being sold that don’t contain the advertised quantities of CBD. Even worse, some of them contained synthetic chemicals and contaminants that can cause users to feel high in a very uncomfortable way. Today we are fortunate to have many CBD brands to choose from that employ strict quality control.

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.

Unfortunately, there is no “one-size-fits-all” dosage for CBD. It greatly depends on a range of factors, including the symptoms being treated, body weight and tolerance. In addition, everyone’s metabolism and endocannabinoid system is slightly different, which can yield unique results for each person.

CBD oil, not to be confused with hemp seed oil, has been traditionally used as an oral tincture. It usually contains MCT oil (derived from coconuts) and is not suitable for inhalation! Studies have shown that inhaling oil like that can pose serious health risks like lipoid pneumonia.