What About CBD Hemp Oil: For Vaporizers

Depending on how familiar you are with vaping, you might see someone vaping on the street and assume they’re getting their nicotine fix. But plenty of vape aficionados don’t even use products containing nicotine at all. Increasing numbers of them, in fact, are vaping CBD oil. 

So what about cbd hemp oil: for vaporizers?

It’s an efficient way to experience the benefits of cannabidiol along with some of the fun and customizability of the vaping experience itself.

Today, we’re going to take a closer look at the benefits of vaping CBD oil, both in general as well as compared to other ways of dosing CBD.


Benefits of Vaping CBD Oil vs. Other Ways of Dosing

As cannabidiol (CBD) increases in popularity and awareness worldwide, the number of different ways to dose CBD has become almost staggering.

From tinctures, to e-liquid, to gummies, capsules, drinks, and even wax; there are about as many ways to take CBD as you can possibly imagine.

For many CBD users, though, the benefits of vaping CBD oil versus other methods of dosing are too good to pass up.

For starters, when you vape something (as opposed to, say, eating it), you experience the effects more quickly.

That’s because compounds which are vaped need very little time to enter your body and begin taking effect, compared with eating something that needs to be digested first.

Besides the time advantage, it turns out that people just generally like the sensation and ritual that vaping provides.

Particularly with the advent of cleanly extracted CBD oils made from high-quality organic plants, it’s nice to enjoy the natural flavor of hemp through a smooth, rich vapor that isn’t harsh on the lungs.

Taking a quick vape break can be a fun way to break up the day, and a way to quickly deliver effects of CBD.


What Is CBD Oil Good For?

The question of what CBD does, exactly, and what it “works for” is a hot-button topic right now.

If you’ve paid any attention to mainstream news outlets over the last couple of years, you’ve probably noticed that CBD is talked about more and more in terms of its incredible potential for a wide array of medical applications.

That being said, cannabidiol is only just beginning to be seriously studied and analyzed by the medical and scientific communities worldwide.

To make definitive claims about what CBD does or doesn’t do requires years of specific, repeatable, highly scrutinized testing.

We’re not quite there yet, except for one notable instance: seizures. Most recently, the New York University School of Medicine found that CBD caused a 41.9% reduction in drop seizures compared to a placebo.

An FDA committee just recommended a prescription CBD medication to treat epilepsy as well, which means that full approval may be on the horizon.

Yet, the internet is bursting at the seams with anecdotal reports of people describing reduced anxiety, pain relief, better sleep, skin improvement, and even cessation of symptoms related to chronic health issues like Lyme disease and Parkinson’s.

Hundreds of thousands of people are self-dosing for these and other issues, while the medical community at large is pouring millions of dollars into establishing research that supports these anecdotal claims.


What Are The Side Effects of CBD?

Before we tackle some of the reported side effects of CBD, let’s get one thing clear.

Although CBD is harvested from cannabis, the same plant that bears THC (the compound in marijuana that gets you high), it is not psychoactive in any way.

That means that CBD does not get you high in the way that you associate with THC.

Because of this, CBD is unlikely to be abused, and is sold legally nationwide.

With that said, there are some noted side effects of cannabidiol ingestion that have been described by both users and the scientific community.

These include:

Dry mouth

  • It appears that the endocannabinoid system (the pathway through which CBD works) inhibits saliva production. As a result, temporary dry mouth often comes along with CBD use. Don’t worry, though: dry mouth isn’t harmful, it’s just a bit unpleasant feeling and may make you thirsty. The degree of dry mouth felt after CBD use varies widely from person to person, so you may not even find this an issue at all.

Small drop in blood pressure

  • When you start vaping higher doses of CBD oil, your body may respond with a slight drop in blood pressure. This could make you feel a bit lightheaded, but is generally nothing to worry about — unless you have existing blood pressure issues or take a medication for which blood pressure affects its efficacy. When in doubt, you can always discuss with your doctor whether CBD is right for you.


  • The most common reported CBD side effect, at least anecdotally, appears to be drowsiness. Particularly at high doses, CBD use can be relaxing to the point of sleepiness. Of course, if you’re using CBD as a natural antidote to insomnia, this isn’t exactly a side effect… it’s the desired result. For the rest of us, simply moderating the dosage amount can greatly reduce the degree to which drowsiness occurs.


How Much CBD Do You Need To Use?

That brings us to the million dollar question: how much CBD should you use?

How much CBD is good to dose in one session, or even in one day?

The simple answer is that there is no one right answer to that question.

That’s because we’re all biologically different, and we’ll all be affected by anything we put in our body in slightly different ways.

Our experience when dosing CBD might not be quite like yours; and that’s why it’s best to slowly work your way up to larger doses before jumping right into the deep end.

Each bottle of CBD vape juice should be clearly labeled with its potency.

By offering CBD oil in different strengths,  help in getting the vaper get closer to their desired effect by controlling how much they inhale in any given vape pull.

A person who’s brand new to CBD might find that more than a few hits makes them too sleepy; but an experienced CBD vaper who understands their body and the way it reacts to cannabidiol might hit their vape pen several times throughout the day.

Therefore, the answer to this question is, if you’re asking in the first place, you should start small.

Consider trying the lightest CBD potency, taking only one or two hits, and judging how it affects you.

If you enjoy the effects and want to see how a stronger dose feels, slowly work your way up.

A good rule of thumb is that you can always vape more, but you can’t vape less.

Do you vape CBD oil?

How have the effects helped or not helped you?

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7 thoughts on “What About CBD Hemp Oil: For Vaporizers

  • July 24, 2018 at 2:39 pm

    Do you happen to know if it shows up in urine test like marijuana does? My husband could really benefit from it for his migraines but is subjected to random tests as a CDL driver. He would never use it while working but in the evening he could certainly use some paid relief.

  • July 24, 2018 at 1:51 pm

    I found this article very interesting as I have just found some great benefits for me using hemp oil. it has greatly decreased my chronic pain and is giving me back my life. I’m thinking about using CBD like you have described in this article. Do you think I can put some drops in my oil difuser and it will help me sleep? – shirley

    • July 24, 2018 at 4:27 pm

      Hello Shirley and thanks for the comment.
      CBD oil would work in a oil diffuser, however you will lose the concentrated vapor that would you would get from a vaporizer. The idea of vaping the CBD oil is acquire as much of the CBD vapor as you can in order to have a positive effect. With a diffuser, the vapor is diluted too much. It may provide some relief for your sleep, but think you would be better off acquiring a vape pen or vaporizer to get maximum results.

  • July 24, 2018 at 1:48 pm

    What a great site!! I absolutely;y agree wit everything your site stands for. I take CBD Oil and I vape CBD. I take the oil in capsules twice a day. I started with the Oil but I couldn’t keep track of my dosage with the oil. So I switched to the capsules and have had much better results and then vape for any break-thru pain.

    Thanks Again,

  • July 24, 2018 at 12:32 pm

    Wow I absolutely love what your site stands for. I am a proud consumer of CBD oil. The benefits I get from it is amazing. It significantly lowers my pains and I sleep sooo much better. From a long day of being on my feet, it’s the only thing that makes me feel brand new again. I like that even though i use it, I learned something new. You are very thorough in your facts about CBD oil. Thank you fo that!

    • July 24, 2018 at 12:39 pm

      Hello Nixa and thanks for the comment.
      I am glad to hear that CBD oil is helping you. Are you taking it in capsule form or are you vaping? It is great to hear that CBD oil is so effective for so many, and not having to deal with the effect of THC as many do not likeor cannot tolerate.


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