Vaping CBD e-liquids and oils

Vaping360 takes a look at the different ways to vape CBD e-liquids, from disposable cig-alikes to concentrated solutions to premixed e-liquids.


Different ways to vape CBD e-liquids

There are a number of ways that cannabidiol can be consumed. Some users prefer sublingual ingestion — putting a highly concentrated solution under the tongue for fast absorption. Others use it in drinks and food, for a much slower absorption rate. Vaping CBD e-liquids (sometimes erroneously referred to as “CBD oil” for marketing purposes) falls somewhere in the middle.

Inhaling offers a faster absorption rate than eating or drinking. Some prefer vaping CBD e-liquid over sublingual ingestion since it allows for steady dosage throughout the day. Of course for ex-smokers and current vapers, the hand-to-mouth habit is satisfied through vaping cannabidiol e-liquid instead of eating it, drinking it, or putting some under your tongue. Between the vaping and hand-to-mouth habits, this is why many people prefer vaping CBD e-liquids over other forms of consumption.

There are currently three common methods of vaping cannabidiol. Similar to vaping regular e-liquids, there are disposable products, mixed e-liquids, and concentrated solutions. CBD e-liquids and concentrated solutions come in different strength levels, just like regular vaping e-liquids come in different nicotine levels. The effects are stronger as the milligrams of cannabidiol rise. However, the effects vary from person to person, as well as from ailment to ailment. Unlike nicotine levels, where it’s common to start high and work your way down, it’s suggested that users of CBD e-liquids work their way up.

It has definitely not been proven to be by body weight. What has been concluded is that certain ailments require different levels of CBD. In my research I’ve started to put together a list of what has shown to be working for more extreme medical conditions. In general, I would say its best to start low and work you way up to what works best for your endocannabinoid system. Everyone is different. There is absolutely no need to jump right to the highest level of CBD you can find.

Cannabidiol extracts can have a unique flavor. Some describe it as earthy, while others say it’s grassy. In my experience with CBD e-liquids, I definitely found it to be more of the former. In some ways, the taste reminded me of the smell of used coffee grounds. The distinct flavor of some CBD extracts can be used as a nice complementary flavor or it can be masked by other flavors. Naturally, taste is subjective (Jim McDonald TM). Now let’s move onto some of the products themselves.

CBDfx: disposables and concentrated solutions

CBDfx Vape Additive 300 mg
CBDfx Vape Additive 300 mg

One of the leaders in the CBD e-liquids space, CBDfx offers disposable products and concentrated solutions. The disposables are just like cig-alike products. They’re simple sticks or pens that are easy to use. You simply vape them and throw them away when you’re done. CBDfx’s disposable vape pen is listed at 30 milligrams of cannabidiol.

CBDfx also offers “Vape Additive” products. They’re a mix of CBD concentrate, PG, and VG. They come in glass dropper bottles that will be familiar to vapers. The additive is meant to be mixed with the e-liquids you already have. The company recommends adding one half or full dropper of additive per tank of e-liquid. CBDfx Vape Additive is available in 60, 120, and 300 milligrams of cannabidiol.

Our CBD vape liquid has a natural sweet earthy flavor that some people describe as an Earl Grey tea- or green tea-like flavor. It is smooth and carries the natural flavor profile of the organically grown hemp plant.

As far as flavor goes, I found CBDfx Vape Additive works well with savory dessert and tobacco e-liquids. The earthiness can be a pleasant complementary addition to these types of flavors. When mixing it with candy and fruit e-liquids, I didn’t enjoy it nearly as much. The earthiness clashed with those flavors (for my tastebuds, anyway).

Koi CBD: premium premixed e-liquids

Koi CBD e-liquids
Koi CBD e-liquids

Some people might not want to mix CBD solutions themselves. Whether they find it inconvenient or don’t want to worry about flavor clashing, a premixed product works better for them. This is where products like the ones offered by Koi CBD come in handy.

Koi CBD currently has two flavors on tap. Gold Koi is a vanilla custard, while Red Koi is a strawberry milkshake. The company’s 50 and 100 milligram CBD products are available with 0, 3, and 6 milligrams of nicotine. At this time, the 250 milligram CBD flavors are only available without nicotine.

Koi CBD is a natural 99-percent pure CBD isolate with lab results showing no pesticides, no fungal & bacterial contamination, and no residual solvents and 100% legal to buy and sell in all 50 states.

In addition to having nicotine options, Koi CBD e-liquids are a convenient vaping option. You don’t have to worry about mixing the right amounts or carrying multiple bottle with you. You simply drip or refill your tank.

Which way will you vape CBD e-liquids?

The growing popularity of CBD e-liquids is a great thing. As more and more companies pop up, the quality and variety of products rise. The two companies mentioned above give you different options of vaping CBD. Which one interests you the most? Which way would you prefer to vape? Please share your thoughts in the comments section.

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  • Really?

    Unless you live in a medical/legal state, save your money. The “50 state legal” stuff is imported and pressed from the seeds or the stalks. This makes it essentially useless. That is why it is allowed to be imported. The “50 state legal” CBD products are a marketing ploy that does more harm than good for either industry.

    Actual CBD is still considered a Schedule I drug in the US.

    • Naturally occurring CBD is the same on a molecular level, no matter what part of the plant it’s extracted from. The effects are the same. It’s only “essentially useless” if you’re looking for properties from the other molecules of the plant.

      As for it being imported, in some cases that’s true and in some it’s absolutely not. Making a blanket statement like that is incorrect.

      • Really?

        Hemp seed oil is completely different than CBD oil. Not the same. Even on a molecular level.

        To be “50 state legal”, it is imported and pressed from the industrial hemp seeds, or the stalks. CBD is still considered a Schedule 1 drug.

        Which of these companies is selling a “50 state legal” cbd oil grown from domestic plants that is not being pressed from industrial hemp seeds? None of them.

        • There is nothing above that says hemp seed oil and CBD oil are the same. I’m talking about CBD on a chemical level.

          Marijuana is a Schedule 1 drug, not CBD itself. CBD extracted from marijuana is another story.

          Anyway, I have another article delving into the legalities of CBD coming soon and you can try discussing there.

          • Really?

            “50 state legal” product, is CBD infused hemp oil. It is imported and pressed from the stalks of industrial hemp plants. It is not real CBD oil. It is hemp oil with trace amounts of CBD at best. Please check the links I posted earlier. Project CBD is a California-based nonprofit dedicated to promoting and
            publicizing research into the medical uses of cannabidiol (CBD).

            The DEA disagrees with you about the scheduling.

            “Currently, CBD is a Schedule I controlled substance as defined under the CSA.”


          • You keep brining up hemp oil vs. CBD oil when that’s not what I’m talking. I never brought that up. You also keep making generalizations about products. A few companies that I’ve spoken with use isolated CBD. The claims vary from 90 to 99 percent pure. Like I said before, it’s CBD on a molecular level.

            The link to the DEA is specifically about CBD extracted from marijuana. It’s in the first paragraph. If you look at the full list, CBD isn’t mentioned — at all.

            Again, I’ll be getting into the legalities of it in another article. For now, I would appreciate stopping the link spam.

          • Really?

            I implore your readers to please do their own research on this subject before trying any “50 state legal” products.

          • I implore you to do the same. It would be nice if you didn’t make misleading blanket statements. For example, here’s a test from an independent lab for product that you classified as “essentially useless.” It has CBD in it. I’m not sure how you can argue with science.

          • james sargent

            i think hes just saying that the products you are promoting are not “cbd oil” instead they are hemp oil with a small amount of cbd isolate mixed in… and tbh he is probably right. im not saying he is correct. i personally dont know, but i do know this. i dont trust your advertisments, article or lab results. business’s work on profit and making a profit often works by cutting corners and scamming. people, your better off sourcing your own cbd crystals/ isolate and making your own e juice. there is tutorials available online.

            not trying to say your a liar, but i personally dont trust what ive read. what product is this lab results for? and what lab were these results taken from?

  • I use Perfect Stache, occasionally. It’s plain, and tasteless, so I can just add it to any eliquid.

  • digitallife

    I like the idea of CBD but these things you see in vape shops does not work, its a placebo effect that takes place but you don’t have any actual benefit from this stuff. You would have to vape the whole bottle just to get that mg. I’ve tried CBD from california with positive effects and then i’ve tried that CBD plus stuff with no benefit at all

    • Thanks for sharing your experience. I suggest look for a CBD e-liquid company that publishes lab results.

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    My Favorite CBD Eliquid is Hemp Pure Vape. I personally have used their products over the past 3 years & its very effective.

  • Linda Dunning

    Got some cbd oil/ e juice, it has brown stuff floating at top and no matter how much I shake it the oil will not mix. Is this normal and how do I get it to mix with pg/vg?

  • marc

    koi 250 can’t go wrong

  • legalize cbd

    this guy is just tring to sell the up above. Thanks for some the information but i talked to my doctor and to a cbd seller in oregon and they both said cbd is a Schedule I drug in the US. ALL the sites selling the “50 state legal” are false… idk about there product but if its legal if your in
    a legalized state only.

    • Patrick