Liquid, premix, płyn, olejki do e-papierosów vs CBD, co wybrać?
Liquid, premix, e-liquid, e-cigarette oils vs CBD
With the growing interest in alternative remedies and herbal products, CBD has grown in popularity in recent years and is entering the world of e-cigarettes and e-cigarettes. Vaping CBD, like nicotine, ensures incredibly fast absorption in the body. People use it for generalized pain, inflammation, stress, and anxiety.
Due to its growing popularity, we are here to explain in more detail what CBD e-liquid is, what it is for, and how to use it.
WHAT IS CBD?
CBD (also known as cannabidiol) is only one of the more than 100 compounds found in cannabis and is completely legal in Ukraine and around the world. Industrial hemp is naturally high in CBD and incredibly low in THC, unlike marijuana, which is rich in THC and is illegal.
Unlike the psychoactive compound THC in marijuana, CBD is not psychoactive. It became legal when government advisers felt that the substance could be recreated, improved or modified. In the UK, CBD comes from hemp. It is the same plant as cannabis, but although hemp is rich in THC compounds, hemp contains less than 0.3% THC and is rich in CBD.
CBD OILS AND LIQUIDS - WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
Both have a common ingredient - CBD isolate. The other ingredients determine whether you will give them orally or by inhalation with a vaporizer.
Until recently, sourcing high-quality CBD products was limited to a variety of oils (also known as tinctures), crystals, waxes, and topicals. The oils are intended to be taken orally, in which case the oil acts only as a carrier for the CBD isolate. Oils are not safe for the lungs, so they should only be injected under the tongue.
CBD fluids have a different base than the carrier oil to use CBD in your vaporizer. Just as propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin are used in regular e-liquids, they are also used in CBD fluids. Both drugs are safe to inhale but not for oral use.
HOW IS CBD LIQUID MADE?
We've now investigated the difference between oils and e-liquids. We've established that CBD isolate is a common ingredient in them, and now we can see how it's made. CBD isolate is sourced from industrial hemp, naturally high in content, and legal compliance means the hemp is approved by the EU, which is 100% legal and THC free.
Extraction methods include liquid solvents, CO2, and oily solvents. Supercritical CO2 extraction is the preferred method as it preserves the structural and organic integrity of the compound.
After removal, the substance forms an oil. CBD isolate can be made from it by removing the other cannabinoids that give it a green flavor and aroma. This gives you pure CBD that can be mixed with e-liquids or carrier oils like olive oil to form oral drops. Overall, CBD e-liquids are formulated with a higher PG solution as CBD may separate slightly when VG levels are higher.
Flavors are often added to CBD suspensions to make them even tastier. Some growers use genuine hemp terpenes to get the authentic flavor, while others add fruity or dessert notes similar to those found in their regular vaping liquids. As with different concentrations of nicotine for vaping, CBD fluids are also available in different concentrations.
HOW CAN I USE CBD LIQUIDS?
There are several ways to use these fluids just like you would with regular fluids. There are Pod devices with pre-filled CBD e-liquids that can be steamed straight away without preparation. You can also find pre-blended CBD e-liquids for e-cigarettes to fuel your e-cigarette, they usually have a higher PG level (many are around 80:20 PG / VG) which means they are best suited for devices with meals. You can also create your own CBD injection by adding a highly concentrated booster to your nicotine-free e-cigarette. Put it in a bottle, mix it, and you can use your favorite CBD flavor instead of nicotine. Never try to use CBD oils intended for oral use. Always use CBD liquids for vaporization.
Along with the device itself and the taste of such liquids, you can also choose from a wide range of concentrations. Which one you choose depends on a few things like your body weight, what you are for and how long you've been using CBD. Regarding concentration, you can start with 30 mg and then increase as much as you like. Popular strengths are in the medium range - 100 to 300 mg. There are even stronger strengths you can turn to, and finding what works for you takes a bit of experimenting.
In our experience, we usually recommend starting with a little more concentration. If you have between 100 and 300 mg, starting with a higher dose will help you find the perfect dose faster. If you go too low you may not notice the relaxing effect, and when it gets a little higher you can always dilute it a little with a little regular liquid.
This method has several advantages:
If you use CBD e-liquids, you will find out much faster how much you need to feel the effect.
What's more, if you start with a higher content, you'll need less in the long run. For example, with a lower dose such as 100 mg, you may need 2 ml of liquid to feel the effect. Since 300 mg is three times stronger, you need less than 1 ml for the same effect.
In this sense, higher-dose fluids are often more cost-effective - if you need a 1ml dose of 300mg per day, this will last for 10-15 days. Using the 2 ml lower dose will be enough for half this time.
Higher dosages also mean you don't have to waste your entire reservoir to get the dose you need.
WHAT IS VAPING FLUID?
There is no clear answer to the question "which fluid to choose?" - there are too many variables in it. Today we will go through the main points that will allow you to make the right choice yourself.
The main consumable, evaporator fuel, is liquid. In English-speaking countries, e-liquid for vaporization is called "e-liquid" and the word "juice" can also be found in forums. Russian-speaking vapers prefer the word "liquid" or simply "liquid". This article will tell you how to choose a liquid to your liking.
What are vape liquids made of?
There is nothing fancy in the composition of the liquid - just glycerin (VG), propylene glycol (PG), flavors and nicotine as needed. Different fluids have different PG / VG ratios. In addition, some manufacturers pride themselves on using natural flavors; this is costly and clogs the winding quickly. The flavors of the liquids range from single flavors to complex compositions that have different flavors on inhalation and exhalation, and leave a unique aftertaste.
WHAT IS NICOTINE IN AN ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE?
If you haven't smoked, you need a nicotine-free liquid. For those who are in the process of quitting cigarettes, there are a number of e-liquids with varying levels of nicotine, ranging from 1mg / ml to 24mg / ml. It is better to choose the power based on the type of evaporator and the usual power. For simple "electronic cigarettes" it is better to take strong liquids (6-12 mg): these devices give little steam, so to get the required dose of nicotine, you must either choose a stronger liquid or steaming for a long time. time and persistence. In the case of stronger atomizers, 1-3 mg of nicotine is enough.
Trothit depends on strength - a throat hit, familiar to smokers. On powerful devices, nicotine trothitis is felt more strongly. Trothite is also enriched with some flavors and one of the essential ingredients - propylene glycol.
More steam or more flavor?
Fluids have different VG / PG ratios for different configurations. For those used to smoking cigarettes and using hobby equipment (eGo, simple single coil tanks), 50VG / 50PG is suitable for a lighter taste and 60VG / 40PG for more haze. If you want to disappear in a cloud of vapor - take 70VG / 30PG or more, but in this case it will be a little less flavor and it will open better on powerful dual coil and RDA tanks.
Doubtful liquids are a significant problem. Grief producers who want to properly brew on unknowing consumers buy the lowest quality ingredients and prepare the mixtures under inappropriate conditions, which can negatively affect our health. Stick to reputable brands or mix the liquid yourself - but this will be discussed in the next article.
Recommendations for use
As with many foods, liquids should be shaken occasionally. This will help to achieve the uniformity of the ingredients in the liquid, which means the best taste.
Some fluids (especially nicotine fluids) may be dark in color and some will darken over time. As a rule, this is due to the composition of the aromas. Cotton wool and coils from such liquids get dirty faster, so they will have to be replaced more often.
Store your precious fluids in a dark, cool, dry place to avoid nicotine oxidation and taste deterioration. You should also avoid strong changes in temperature and put it in the refrigerator for long-term storage. And of course, keep an eye on the manufacture date and expiration date.
If you quit smoking by vaping, with the right amount of fluid, you'll be able to do so without any problems. Determine your dose and gradually reduce it. If you don't smoke, everything is quite simple for you - choose zero. Remember: VG - more steam, thicker liquid; PG - more flavor, less thick liquid. Avoid self-made liquids from questionable sellers. Store fluids the same way you would aspirin - in the dark and in a cool place. Shake well before use. And fear not - the information in this article is enough to help you make a wise choice.
Choose your favorite liquid!
When taking CBD - Always consult your doctor
When treating medical conditions, always consult a healthcare practitioner before taking CBD. These drugs are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any skin disease or condition. Any information contained or available on this website may not be used as medical advice or information from or in the place of licensed healthcare professionals. Before using the product, consult your doctor about possible side effects or complications.