5 things you should know about vaping CBD

You don’t need us to tell you how popular vaping has become. You probably see more people vaping than smoking, at least in public, and it’s become one of the most popular ways of consuming CBD.

Full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and CBD isolate

Full-spectrum CBD, broad-spectrum, and CBD isolate are the different types of products you can vape.

Full-spectrum means that there are a number of different compounds such as the terpenes that are made within cannabis plants.  These have really low, trace levels of THC and you may be able to buy these even in places where recreational marijuana isn’t allowed.

Broad-spectrum products don’t have any THC, meaning they’ve been made from hemp that doesn’t contain much, or any, THC or tetrahydrocannabinol. You still get all the benefits from CBD though.

Isolates mean no terpenes, they just have CBD. There’s no smell to the product, but the CBD benefits are still in place. It’s up to you which you go for. What is available in your area might play a part. A lot of CBD products are still restricted.

Vaping CBD flower vs. CBD oil

Vaping flowers need you to have a vaporizer, but oils just need smaller systems like pod systems or battery models of vape.

The flower is likely to be less concentrated but it doesn’t lose any of the effects that come from those additional cannabinoids that are included. Terpenes are still in place.

CBD oil has been totally extracted, and a lot has up to 75% CBD. Some other marijuana compounds will be within, but they won’t be anything that causes a “high”.

CBD oil might be easier to transport and control the dosing. If you live somewhere marijuana is not legal then you might also have the benefit of facing fewer questions about what you’re vaping!

How to read CBD labels for potency

When you visit a marijuana dispensary they will probably have a variety of different CBD products, and you can choose which is ideal for you. As well as choosing between flower and oil, you have some other choices regarding potency.

CBD flower always shows the levels of CBD, plus the THC, on the packaging. Some growers have become really good at providing details including the terpenes within. The same applies when you are choosing oil. The cartridges and tinctures should have even more data for you to make your choice. Whether the CBD is full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, or isolate should come into your thinking when making this choice. A good dispensary has a role to play here, and they might well provide you with plenty of details about the product you are buying.

Where to buy CBD vapes

If you are choosing to buy marijuana products then you will have more options in the states where medicinal or recreational marijuana is allowed. However, buying CBD vape products and cartridges doesn’t pose the same problems. They are normally derived from hemp, and if you opt for the products that come from the hemp plant then you don’t have to worry about any state restrictions or legalities. Hemp products are legal.

In fact, hemp-derived products can even be found in some supermarkets. People are changing their attitudes to all types of marijuana and this means that hemp-derived CBD oil is more mainstream than ever. But it is always preferable to buy cannabis in a marijuana store.

If you want full-spectrum CBD cartridges that still contain THC or tetrahydrocannabinol, or a flower with more than a trace of THC, expect to have to comply with state law. A cannabis dispensary might still be your best bet for finding good-quality CBD products that come directly from cannabis plants.


CBD is shown to have a number of different benefits, including anti-inflammatory properties. It’s been widely used to treat a number of physical and mental ailments and this means that it has become a mainstream product in America. If you want to get full-spectrum marijuana-based CBD then you will get more of the terpenes and other cannabis compounds, but it isn’t always easy to access these products. The same properties are available in pure CBD oil from hemp, so you can still access the benefits, whatever the marijuana laws where you are.

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