Premium Organic CBD
Container: Squeeze Bottles (“Gorilla Bottles”)
Base Oils: VG and PG
No Nicotine – No THC
3 Flavors Available:
• Exotic Watermelon Kush
• Arctic Spearmint Blast
• Sugar Cookie Kryptonite
2 Sizes Available:
Small: 75 mg CBD/16.5 ml bottle
Large: 300 mg CBD/60 ml bottle
• Small: Retail $14.99 (10% Member Discount @ $13.49)
• Large: Retail $49.99 (10% Member Discount @ $44.99)
My Rating: 9.0 out of 10
CBD e-Liquid is a type of CBD oil that used specifically for electronic vaporizers – aka: vape pens and e-cigs. You will need to purchase the vaporizer and subsequently add the CBD e-Liquid. Only similar “electronic” vaporizers are recommended for vaping CBD e-Liquids. These e-Liquids are commonly called “CBD vape juice” or “CBD Vape Oil”, but it is not the same as “CBD oil” or “CBD hemp oil”.
CBD oil and Hemp oil are typically meant to be consumed orally as from a tincture placed under the tongue for best absorption or in your food or gel cap. They are higher in CBD content and are not intended to be vaped or vaporized. However, the more experienced vape users will add high CBD oil to their e-Liquids to increase the potency and benefits from cannabidiol.
And, there are other concentrates like CBD Shatter and CBD Crumble that are highly concentrated and used in vaporizers such as dab rigs or refillable e-vape “tanks” designed for concentrates. They are a more solid substance – not liquid. I use them frequently due to the higher levels of pain I experience.
The popularity of e-cigarettes as a healthier alternative to smoking tobacco (delivering nicotine) has led to an explosion in the popularity of vape pens and various styled vaporizers for delivering the healing benefits of CBD as much as the calming/relaxation effects and social effects/enjoyment.
Theoretically, these two forms can be essentially the same. It’s up to product manufacturers like Hemp Bombs to decide how much CBD (potency) is in which type of base oil. So, it’s important that you understand how much actual CBD content (milligrams) is in the oil or e-Liquid you are considering.
So, the most significant difference is that CBD e-Liquid is designed for use in refillable vaporizers with “oil tanks” that are refilled when empty. Conversely, CBD Vape oil is generally referring to pre-filled, CBD Vape Cartridge. These cartridges are disposable when empty, and a new cartridge is screwed back on to the “Vape Pen” battery stylus or other type of electronic vaporizer.
CBD e-Liquids are essentially the same as other e-Liquids except a concentrated amount of 99+% crystalline CBD isolate is added to the base oil(s). A number of different odorless oils are used as a ‘base’ to which fruit & food flavorings, or even Cannabis terpenes are added for a more natural Cannabis flavor.
For example, there are 3 base oils that are typically used, sometimes in combination: VG, PG, and MCT.
PG – Propylene Glycol – PG is a by-product of petroleum manufacturing and has no color or odor.
VG – Vegetable Glycerin – VG is used to give the product a similar sensation in the throat as when smoking tobacco. Although it is FDA approved for consumption, the jury is still out whether it should be inhaled.
MCT – Medium Chain Triglycerides are primarily comprised of natural fatty acids. It’s light yellow and odorless. MCT is often derived from coconut oil and is considered the most healthful and inert oil to use for vaping… especially CBD e-Liquid or Vape Oil
Immediate delivery to the blood stream via lungs
No prescription or recommendation required
Non-psychoactive (passes drug tests)
Legal in all 50 States
Vaping is the process where the CBD e-Liquid is introduced to just the right amount of heat, generally through a series of wire coils or heating elements. This produces a vapor consisting of very fine CBD particles. These vaporizers are similar to using a nebulizer by asthma sufferers.
This ultra-fine vapor is absorbed by the lung tissue immediately and then quickly into the blood stream providing almost immediate CBD delivery. The vapor is completely non-toxic and non-addictive.
Much research originally conducted (and currently) by Dr. Ralph Mecheloum at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem continues to reveal the myriad physical and medical benefits derived from the inclusion of CBD in your diet or even vaping CBD for example.
General Health: Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticonvulsant, antiemetic, anti-psychotic and anxiolytic agent
Medical Treatments: Epilepsy, Parkinson’s, MS, ALS, Crohn’s, Diabetes, fibromyalgia, neuralgia, anxiety, depression, PTSD, schizophrenia and so many more