What Does CBD E-liquid Mean?
CBD e-liquid, also known as CBD vape juice or CBD e-juice, (or often incorrectly as “CBD vape oil”) is a formulated liquid used in vapes and vape cartridges to deliver extracted CBD.
CBD e-liquid is made of four ingredients: water, propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, and extracted, non-psychoactive cannabidiols, generally derived from hemp.
Maximum Yield Explains CBD E-liquid
While cannabidiol can be enjoyed through a variety of different delivery methods, including CBD tinctures, CBD oils, CBD edibles, CBD topicals, and more, the vaping of CBD e-liquid has recently become the most popular and accessible form of consumption.
Vaping CBD allows your body to absorb and process the cannabidiol at a much faster rate than ingestion. This means that the CBD accesses your bloodstream through your lungs instead of your digestive system. This leads to more precise dosage and comfort control as well as quicker effects.
CBD e-liquid can be made with three types of CBD extract:
- Broad Spectrum CBD
- Full Spectrum CBD
- CBD Isolate
These e-liquids can also be, and most often are, flavored with food-safe flavorings. Propylene Glycol is a colorless, odorless liquid used in a variety of food and medical applications. It is used to control flavor. Vegetable Glycol is a natural chemical derived from vegetable oil. It’s used to give body to the vapor itself and mellow the Propylene Glycol.
The US federal government and FDA prohibit industrial-hemp-derived CBD from containing over .3% THC content. CBD products therefore have zero psychoactive effects.