Looking to vape CBD oil without THC? Our isolate CBD vape oil has 0.0% THC! So you can enjoy the benefits of CBD without worrying about getting tetrahydrocannabinol in your system. All of our CBD e liquid flavors are 100% organic and free from harmful additives like propylene glycol and vegetable glycerine.
Why Choose Isolate CBD Oil for Vaping?
There are a lot of reasons why people prefer their CBD oil without THC. You may have concerns over drug testing at work, or have an aversion to tetrahydrocannabinol. Whatever the reason, the good news is that you don’t need to have THC to vape CBD oil.
Our Isolate CBD Oil for vaping is a pure CBD oil derived from 100% organic hemp plants. The CBD e liquid comes in several flavors for you to choose between. If you don’t want to vape CBD oil or are looking for other consumption methods, this is the perfect option for you. The juice is non-toxic and ingestible, so you don’t have to vape it to take it!
Try our CBD e liquid sublingually (put a few drops under your tongue) or add it to your favorite food or drinks. Just be aware that MCT oil will burn if it gets too hot. So, it’s best to add it in after you’ve heated your food!
How to Vape CBD Oil:
It’s okay if you don’t know how to vape CBD oil, we have simple instructions to walk you through it!
Begin by filling the reservoir for your vaporizer with our Isolate CBD Vape Oil. All of our juice flavors come in a one-ounce bottle with approximately 600 drops of the CBD e liquid. While you can use our CBD oil for vaping in any pod-based vape pen, we recommend using the ThoughtCloud Pen for the best results.
If you go with a different vaporizer, make sure to check the voltage! MCT oil will burn if you vape it at too high of a voltage. For the best sessions, you want to make sure the voltage is below 3.7 volts (8.5 watts). Our CBD pen is 3.3 volts, so you never have to worry about overheating.
Depending on the vaporizer, you may have different heating options. As long as the voltage is below 3.7 volts, feel free to play around with the heating options. Once you’ve perfected the heating settings, ensured there’s no burning, and the voltage is safe, you can enjoy 12-25 puffs a day, or as needed!
Don’t worry if you decide vaping CBD isn’t your thing. Our CBD e liquid flavors are 100% non-toxic and totally ingestible. You can enjoy their sweet flavors on the tip of your tongue, or sublingually (beneath your tongue). You can also add our CBD oil to whatever dishes you’re cooking or the drinks you’re making. Enhance the flavors of your life with the powerful benefits of CBD.
The Benefits of Vaping Isolate CBD Oil:
One of the most efficient ways to receive the benefits of CBD is through vaping. When you vape the cannabinoid, it can quickly enter your bloodstream. The inhalation process bypasses the digestive system, meaning you don’t break down the compound before it enters your bloodstream. So, you get more CBD in your system at a quicker rate.
CBD provides several benefits throughout your bodily systems. Some of the most common reported uses of the cannabinoid is to help with anxiety and to manage pain.
That’s not all cannabidiol can do, though! Research into the compound has demonstrated a plethora of additional benefits. CBD can help with mental health disorders, from anxiety to depression to PTSD. Beyond your mental health, the compound may help with chronic pain, headaches, pelvic and urologic pain, and inflammation. Overall, CBD can help you feel calm, uplifted, and at ease in your own body.
CBD has more benefits than we could ever list on one page. Every year over 1,000 new scholarly articles are published on the subject, exploring all of the ways cannabidiol can help us feel better. Check out the science behind how our favorite cannabinoid works!
CBD and Anxiety –
According to a social media study, one of the most commonly reported uses of CBD is to help with anxiety. These benefits are so widely reported, researchers have called for a more in-depth look into the cannabinoid’s anti-anxiety effects.
In a study on CBD and anxiety, the cannabinoid helped to relieve symptoms of anxiety in participants. Making the compound even more attractive, it lacked the adverse side effects associated with traditional mental health medications.
Researchers stated, in another study, that the compound conclusively demonstrated an ability to reduce anxiety symptoms. According to the researchers, those who have PTSD, PD, SAD, and GAD may benefit from the compound. Again, the study noted no negative side effects associated with the cannabinoid!
CBD continued to show its ability to help with mental health issues in another study. Animal research looked into the effects of CBD on depression and anxiety. They found that symptoms of both were relieved through CBD.
Pain Management with CBD –
Another common use of CBD is to help with pain, according to a cross-sectional study on CBD usage.
Since addictive pain medications are currently the most common prescription for pain management, physicians have called for research into other options. Several such studies researched CBD as a potential analgesic. In a review of these studies, there were consistent results for cannabidiol relieving pain. While the studies in the analysis focused on neuropathic and central pain states, the results showed an overall improvement of several types of chronic pain.
Chronic pain is debilitating, but it’s not the only type of pain to interfere with people’s lives. Headaches can be more than an inconvenience. They can be crippling. In a separate review focused on CBD for headache treatment, the cannabinoid eased the pains of a headache.
Trials on CBD in pain management are ongoing at the UCPPS clinic. While the clinic focused its work with CBD around urologic and pelvic pain, patient results showed promise for helping several types of pain. In a review of patient results, they noted that cannabidiol has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic, and antispasmodic properties. Overall, they’ve seen positive results for CBD working to kill bacteria, relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and stop muscle spasms.
Anti-Inflammatory Properties of CBD –
In a study on THC and CBD, researchers discovered that the cannabinoids are 20 times more effective at reducing inflammation than aspirin. If you didn’t know, aspirin is an NSAID, and NSAIDs are the most common treatments for inflammation. Unfortunately, NSAIDs can also do more harm than good to the body in the long term.
Further research into cannabidiol shows that it can help address several types of inflammation. When applied topically, the compound can do wonders to help relieve pain and reduce acute inflammation. Oral administration has similar results, also helping with internal types of swelling. Inflammation is strongly associated with autoimmune disorders, hinting to the cannabinoid’s potential to help with such symptoms.
In a study focused on inflammation and the immune system, CBD showed promise to help with both. The researchers looked to previous studies where the cannabinoid worked to reduce swelling. Overall, their findings were consistent with past research. While this study looked at all of the cannabinoids, they cited CBD as the best option for inflammatory disorders. The study also highlighted the antioxidant effects of the cannabinoid and concluded that the lack of adverse reactions makes it a better choice than current treatment routes.
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The effects of cannabinoids described here are based on preliminary data, and are to be treated as such. No claims are made as to the statistical significance of the results, or lack of bias in the data.