Considering CBD vape oil is made from a derivative of the hemp plant, it’s no surprise that drug tests are a concern of many prospective CBD users. The first thing to know is that drug tests are not trying to detect CBD, as it is a totally non-psychoactive substance that has no negative effect on mental or physical functioning. The cannabinoid that drug tests look for is the psychoactive THC.
Acetyl Propionyl (pronounces Ah-see-tel Pro-pee-ih-nil) is typically used as a solvent for cellulose acetate, lacquers, paints, inks, and is also used as a starting agent for drugs, dyes, and pesticides. Most commonly, it is known as an artificial flavor, particularly within the vaping industry for e-liquids. It has a flavor and aroma profile that have been known to carry a particularly sweet, creamy, buttery, cheesy, and fruity flavor, with notes of caramel.
We’ve been asked before about how we manage to get our hemp CBD oil vape blends to taste so good. Our secret? Terpenes, terpenes, terpenes. Believe it or not, fruits and other plants have delicious terpenes of their own! Terpenes are hydrocarbons that occur naturally in plants, giving them their distinctive aromas. Whether it’s the sweet, floral scent of the terpenes in lavender, the uplifting aromas of the terpenes in citrus peels, or the cleansing fragrance of eucalyptus, terpenes have played a significant role in aromatherapy for centuries. Terpenes contain no THC and are non-psychoactive, allowing us to create a unique, flavorful experience for you. When added to our CBD vapes, they create a flavorful experience like no other.
We pride ourselves on not only having the very best selection in advanced vapor products, but also in having the most competitive prices. Should you find a particular product that we carry at a lower price from someone else, we'll match it or issue you a refund for the difference if you've already completed your purchase. We're not kidding when we boast about our awesome prices, and we are committed to offering the most amazing deals!
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.
So why is everyone talking about CBD? Most use it to help with sleep, ease anxiety, or relieve pain – but does it work? The Permente Journal study found improvement in their recent study looking at sleep and anxiety – you can read it here. U.S. News has recently reported on the pain relief potential of CBD in an article on January 7, 2019. The verdict is that more testing of CBD oil is needed, but results look promising.