Are CBD vape cartridges legal in the United States?
Yes, CBD vapes are filled with distillate that is derived from hemp with less than 0.3% delta-9 THC, making them legal under the federal farm bill act of 2018. This being said, some states and localities may have rules that contradict the federal law, so it’s best to check your individual state’s laws to understand your risk.
How will vaping CBD make me feel?
Generally, most users report a mild, calming effect with no high and a slight body buzz.
How much CBD should I vape?
We suggest starting with two or three puffs, waiting around 10 minutes to assess how you feel, then re-dosing as needed. Unlike THC, it’s hard to vape too much CBD however if you do feel any uncomfort, or dizziness, you should not take anymore.
What’s the difference between a full spectrum CBD cartridge and a regular CBD vape?
Full spectrum CBD vape carts contain multiple cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils from the hemp plant whereas regular CBD vapes only contain CBD isolate. The theory is that these different compounds can work together to create a more profound and dynamic experience when compared to CBD on it’s own.
Will vaping CBD make me fail a drug test?
Full spectrum hemp products, including CBD vapes, contain tiny amounts of THC that will not produce a high, but may still be enough to make you fail a drug test. If you are concerned about an upcoming drug screening, we suggest you do not vape CBD.
How do I use a CBD cart?
Easy. All you need a cartridge and a 510 vape battery. If you’re using our batteries, simply screw in your cartridge and inhale.
Are there any side effects from vaping CBD?
Most users do not experience any side effects from vaping CBD, however in rare cases when too much is consumed in too short of a time period, all of these side-effects are possible:
- Dry Mouth
- Decreased appetite
Is vaping CBD safe?
Any time you inhale something, you are putting your respiratory health at risk. This being said, as long as you don’t consume too much, CBD vapes are generally considered safe given their lack of side-effects.
It’s important to ensure you purchase from a trusted vendor that has transparent COA’s. A COA, or certificate of analysis, is a lab test done to test for potency, contaminants, and more. By ensuring a vendor has up to date, third-party lab tests, you can significantly decrease your risk of consuming an unsafe product.
Can vaping CBD help with anxiety?
Many of our customers use CBD carts to help them with anxiety, but our vapes are not intended for any clinical purpose.. If you are considering using any hemp product for clinical reasons, we strongly recommend consulting a medical professional before doing so.
Can vaping CBD help with sleep?
While there is a lot of promising research regarding CBD's effect on sleep, there is not yet enough to say for sure. Many of our customers like to use our vapes at night to help them relax and rest while others find that they make them more energetic and uplifted.
We have organized our products by day (orange), night (blue), and day and night (beige), based on our customers' feedback regarding how each strain makes them feel. Still, these recommendations are purely anecdotal and we cannot promise any effect one way, or another.
Can vaping help me quit nicotine?
There is no quick fix for any addiction, but some people find that vaping CBD helps them relax and serve as a more natural, non-addictive alternative when quitting.