5 CBD Vapes We're Sure You'll Love

 CBD vapes have taken the vape world by storm.

Although the CBD industry is relatively new, the idea of inhaling cannabis in any of its forms has long been recognized as one of the fastest ways of feeling the effects of cannabinoids.

Although we believe that smoking cannabis can be a fast and effective way of getting a daily dose of CBD, vaping may be the safer and more effective choice.



CBD Vapes – How Do They Work?

Although there may be slight variations in terms of design when it comes down to it, most vape pens function the same way.

Every vape pen contains:

  1. A Battery
  2. A Heating Chamber
  3. A Mouthpiece

Rechargeable vape pens will also include an easy to use charger.

The battery is what powers the pen. Typically, it takes up the most space. Next, you have the heating chamber which is also known as an atomizer. This is the middleman between the battery and the mouthpiece.

As simple as it sounds, the heating chamber is where the magic happens. It heats the CBD vape oil or juice until it creates a vapor. Each time you take a drag from your vape pen you get a serving a CBD.

Why Vape Instead of Smoke?

It’s more efficient and discreet. When you vape CBD you know exactly how much you’re getting every single time. Unlike joints, vape pens are available in a wide range of sleek and modern designs which may help to reduce the stigma around cannabis products.

Although vape pens release vapor, there’s no combustion, flame, or ash involved. This makes vaping a much safer choice than smoking. Because there’s no smoke involved in the process, less odor is produced, and whatever odor is produced dissipates much more quickly.

Health Concerns

Although we would love for CBD and vapes to be the solution for every consumer, they aren’t the right choice for everyone.

First things first, CBD won’t get you high. Unlike its very well known cousin THC, CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid. That means that it won’t prevent and or stop you from doing any of your usual activities.

There have been no reported cases of overdosing from using cannabis products regardless of what cannabinoids have been consumed. Because there’s such a huge stigma around cannabis, especially THC, we’ve chosen to work solely with CBD products that have been made from hemp.

We chose to make this decision very early on because hemp plants only contain a maximum of 0.3% THC. That means that it’s virtually impossible to get high from using any of the vape products found on our site.

Although you can’t high from using any of our products, it’s still possible to experience some side effects if you use them too much.

The most common side effects from taking too much CBD include:

  • Nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Drowsiness
  • Dry Mouth
  • Medication Metabolization Changes

If you were to experience any of these side effects you could simply stop and or lower the amount of CBD that you’re taking until the side effects subside.

We can’t stress enough how important it is for you to speak with a physician before using CBD products if you’re currently taking medication(s). Although more research needs to be done, preliminary research shows that taking too much CBD may affect the way your body metabolizes certain medications.

This means that the way your body absorbs medications will either increase or decrease. For certain people, this may be a good thing, but for others, it could be dangerous.

Additives and Fillers

A large concern for many people that are interested in vaping is the effects it will have on their health. Besides CBD, which we’ve already discussed, there are some other health concerns that are associated with vaping.

One of the biggest causes of side effects is sub-par ingredients. All of the vape pens and vape pen refills that we carry on our site contain almost the exact same ingredients that would be found in a CBD oil or tincture.

A high quality hemp extract, MCT oil, and natural flavorings sourced from plants are what you’ll find in the vape pens that we carry.

When a vape pen contains a long list of ingredients that take a scientist to understand, you’re much more likely to experience side effects. Although most people just complain about throat irritation and or sinus inflammation as side effects, we prefer to offer you only the safest products out there.

So without further ado, let’s take a look at 5 vape pens that we think you’ll love!

5 CBD Vapes You Must Try

CBD Vape Pen Tangerine 250mg by Ignite

 CBD Vape Pen Tangerine 250mg by Ignite

The first pen on our list is by Ignite. They are one of the biggest CBD brands out there. Founded by Dan Bilzerian, who’s known by his followers as “The King of Instagram”, this brand is doing so much more than just CBD.

From events to apparel, and an entourage of models and athletes alike, this brand goes the extra mile to get their amazing products into the hands of consumers everywhere.

This vape pen, like all of ignite's products, contains only simple high-quality ingredients. An isolate hemp extract, MCT oil, natural flavoring, and a touch of stevia are all that it contains.

This tangerine flavored CBD vape pen combines the perfect blend of citrusy sweetness that will help to balance, focus, and clear your mind. Containing 250mg of isolate CBD and 0.0% THC, it’s the perfect choice for those who undergo regular drug testing.

CBD Vape Pen Tropical Fruit 250mg by Ignite

 CBD Vape Pen Tropical Fruit 250mg by Ignite CBD

Similarly to the first pen we looked at, this one contains an isolate CBD extract made from hemp, MCT oil, natural flavoring and just a touch of stevia for added sweetness.

It’s a great choice for anyone that undergoes regular drug testing because it contains no THC whatsoever.

CBD Vape Pen Revive Grapefruit 250mg by Social CBD

 CBD Vape Pen Revive Grapefruit 250mg by Social CBD

The rest of the vape pens on our list are by one of our other favorite brands Social CBD. Having recently undergone a re-branding Social CBD takes the vape game to another level.

With even less ingredients their vape pens combine a high quality isolate CBD hemp extract with MCT oil made from coconuts and natural plant based essences. This pen in particular features the refreshing taste of grapefruit which will help to revive the senses. With 250mg of CBD per pen, this is a great choice for anyone looking to avoid THC. 

CBD Vape Pen Focus Peppermint 250mg by Social CBD

CBD Vape Pen Focus Peppermint 250mg by Social CBD

Like all of Social CBD’s vapes, this pen focuses on high quality simple ingredients that will have you feeling back to normal in no time! Featuring the refreshing taste peppermint and 250mg of Isolate CBD this pen is a great choice for anyone that undergoes regular drug testing.

CBD Vape Pen Relax Lavender 250mg by Social CBD

CBD Vape Pen Relax Lavender 250mg by Social CBD

Last, but certainly not least, this vape pen is the perfect choice for anyone that loves the soothing taste and smell of fresh lavender. Featuring 250mg of Isolate CBD it’s yet another great choice for anyone looking to avoid THC.

If none of the flavors we’ve looked at sound appealing to you, don’t worry because we’ve plenty of other vape pens to choose from. To see the full range of our disposable pens, rechargeable pens, and vape pen cartridges simply click here.

Key Takeaways

Whether you’re an avid cannabis smoker or you’re just getting started in the world of cannabinoids, the vape pens that we carry are a safe and efficient way of getting a daily dose of CBD.

The best quality vapes are simple to use and contain only the safest ingredients out there such as a hemp extract, MCT oil, and natural flavoring sourced from plants.

We always do our best to answer all of your questions, but if there’s something that you’re still not sure of, feel free to contact our team of wellness experts by chat, email, or phone.

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