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how to mix cbd and mct oil

This is not an edible or anything like that but we decided more and more people are wanting to use CBD oil and here is a reasonably quick way to make your own using CBD Isolate to do it with.

As far as what oil to use you can use any MCT Oil or even Olive Oil. We do not recommend that you use coconut oil but as long as you use one that is a made to be a true oil and will not harden at room temp it should work fine.

We are going to format this like any other recipe on the site but it’s going to be a bit different just because of what wer’e making here.

You definitely do not have to make your own CBD Oil there are plenty readily available but if you’re like me and you like to dabble in knowing how to make things as well as knowing exactly what is in your medicine then this is the CBD Oil recipe for you!

How to mix CBD oils

So why mix your own CBD oils? Well it can of course work out cheaper but you can also have control over how strong your CBD is and plus as we know from mixing our own nicotine e liquids it’s fun!

Posted by Just Vape 247 on 16th Oct 2018

Now for the fun part, below will be some instructions on how to mix a 10ml CBD oil with different instructions for using flavourless isolates, terpene infused isolates and how to mix if you are wanting to add terpene drops or a flavour concentrate.

There are terpene infused CBD isolates, these isolates contain the flavour profile from the Cannabis plant. This is why they will have different names such as Lemon Haze, Silver Haze, Blue Cheese etc. These isolates do carry a hemp taste but they also contain different cannabidiols, as you are aware there are 60 compounds in a Cannabis Plant and these are what Scientists call cannabinoids, what we refer to as CBD is just one. In these terpene infused isolates they contain CBD but other cannabidiols too. This is what is referred to as full spectrum CBD. Please note this is in reference to the terpene infused CBD isolates we stock, please check with your supplier if the terpene infused isolates do in fact contain the other cannabidiols. So why do people want full spectrum oils? Simply because people report the more of the cannabis plant you have, the better the oils work.