Yes, to make the extract vape it must undergo winterisation to completely remove all unnecessary hemp constituents such as the chlorophyll, fats, lipids etc. leaving only the cannabinoids and terpenes out of the full plant spectrum behind – giving us a broad-spectrum, refined extract. Without doing this the extract would damage the vape device.
For the refined extracts, inherently any refinement and purification process will slightly reduce the overall trace cannabinoid spectrum. This applies to all of the cannabinoids in the extract, but they are still in there at lower trace levels than the original extract. Our broad-spectrum extracts may still, in fact, contain very low THC, and overtime shows up on a drugs test.
The ingredients in the vape liquids are a winterised and filtered CBD rich cannabis sativa hemp extract, VG vegetable glycerin (40%) & PG propylene glycol (60%).
Vape oil dosage can be managed via drops or by inhalations. If you know approximately how much liquid you vape per day with your device, you may mix drops into the solution of your own vape juice and vape all day. If vaping on its own, fill the tank and dose using inhalations, rather than drops. This is necessary as it’s difficult to know the dosage in each inhalation due to variations in device, individual, draw, length of hold etc. So start with a few inhalations and slowly increase as necessary.
We recommend that new customers start with 10mg-15mg CBD oil per day (dosage measures provided on product pages) and building your dose up gradually on a weekly basis whilst evaluating how you feel. Our bodies only require very small doses to get all the benefits. For more details about how much CBD oil should be taken please click here.
We have 2 vape liquids: the 250mg and the 500mg. Both are essentially the same, with one double the concentration of the other. Both are naturally flavoured with citrussy terpenes found in cannabis, contain no artificial flavours or colours and are manufactured with a winterised hemp extract.
Terpene profile (1%): linalool, myrcene, alpha-pinene, beta-pinene, limonene, terpinolene, and beta-caryophyllene
The optimal temperature to vape is between 220 and 240 degrees C.
This short FAQ will take you through the steps you need to take to easily decide the right CBD products for you.
There are three common methods of treating yourself with CBD: vaping, under the tongue and ingestion.
Vaping is said to have the highest levels of absorption1 but is the least popular due to difficulty with devices and also restraint/control of dose.
Vape and sublingual are absorbed almost direct to the bloodstream via the lungs and saliva glands, respectively.
Ingestion (capsules) is said to be the lowest levels of absorption due to having to pass via the gut and intestines.
The body reacts differently to ingested cannabinoids, so we feel it is unfair to directly compare ingestion with other methods. We have many customers that assert the capsules to be our most effective CBD product for them. Many combine two products; some even use a combination.
We would recommend to not discredit dosage methods solely due to their expected bioavailability and absorption rates – as you may be missing out.
Pick a method that suits you.
You have chosen your method, now, which concentration CBD product should you order?
The highest concentration products are better valued over the long term, meaning if you are a regular, or are planning to take for the foreseeable to aid with your health, then we would always recommend the higher concentration 1000mg bottles.
If you are looking to try CBD and don’t want to order a high concentration bottle, any of the concentrations are adequate to give CBD a genuine try by just using it to the end of the bottle.
The positives of the higher concentrations bottle: 1) it is easy to take higher dosages, 2) you require less oil/drops in the mouth to reach your dosage requirements, 3) it is cheaper over the long term, 4) the bottle will last you longer, 5) you have to order less frequently.
Having undergone minimal refinement and filtration processes, you can be sure all of the ORIGINAL levels of cannabinoids, terpenes and other compounds found in the original extract are in there.
Our most potent, Original extract – with a similarly impressive taste.
It has been refined and filtered to remove all the extra unnecessary hemp constituents – leaving the highly beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes.
This extract has a much lighter taste, but likely a microscopically lower overall cannabinoid profile. The variance is so small modern analytical machinery can barely tell the difference, so we advise not to worry too much about it.
All our products are fantastic and manufactured to the highest standards. Pick a product that suits you and you feel comfortable with; you can’t really get it wrong.
If you are uncertain how to control using drops, check out our how do I take CBD oil? FAQ – it is a good read.
And that’s it, we hope! If not, please let us know where we went wrong, and we’ll update this FAQ if necessary.
To make the extract suitable for a vape it must undergo winterisation to completely remove all unnecessary hemp constituents such as chlorophyll, fats, lipids etc. This will leave only the cannabinoids and terpenes from the full plant spectrum behind – giving us a broad-spectrum refined extract. Without doing this the extract would damage the vape device.