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In its pure isolate state, CBD is solid. In order to consume and absorb it efficiently, CBD has to be dissolved in a carrier oil. CBD oils and tinctures, which are meant to be taken orally, generally use some type of food-grade oil, like olive, vegetable, or hemp seed oil, as a carrier. While these oils can be easily digested and absorbed by the body, they are often too thick to be properly burned by the coils in a vape pen, which usually means you won’t get much vapor or CBD. CBD vape oils are specially formulated using thinning agents that break down that viscosity in CBD oils, allowing for efficient vaping.
Going over the ratings of reputable manufacturers, you will notice a pattern: there is always a trade-off between CDR and capacity. There is (still) no 18650 with a CDR over 30 amps. At the same time, no 18650 with a capacity at or over 3000 mAh, will have a CDR over 20 amps. Until further notice, any battery that is not rated according to these two rules can be assumed to be falsely rated.