CBD inhalers vs. CBD vaping – Are they one and the same?

CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of over a hundred naturally occurring cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. It improves the functioning of the endocannabinoid system (ECS), a complex biological system in the human body responsible for several major processes. It is precisely this quality of CBD which helped it gain a momentum in the world of health and wellness, with an increasing number of people using it to improve and preserve their mental and physical well-being.

The CBD market is rather diverse and offers something for everyone’s taste. There are products with ranging potencies which are suitable for different methods of consumption. In this article, we focus on two methods of CBD consumption: vaping CBD and inhaling CBD using an inhaler. Both have a very high absorption rate, making them the preferred method of consumption for many users, but they have their differences too. Read on to learn all you need to know about vaping CBD and using CBD oil inhalers.

How is CBD vaped?

Vaping is essentially inhaling and exhaling vapor which is produced by an e-cigarette or a vaporizer, or a similar device. CBD e-liquid in the device is heated and turned into gas, allowing for it to be inhaled.

What devices and products are used for vaping CBD?

E-cigarettes and vape pens are the most popular vaping devices. There are also e-hookahs, hookah pens, vapes, and mods.  CBD e-liquid, also referred to as CBD vape liquid or CBD vape juice, is a liquid which contains CBD and is used for vaping. The liquid is often infused with CBD terpenes, naturally occurring compounds in cannabis responsible for its aroma and flavor. This is done to enhance the effect of CBD.

CBD vape oil can be used instead of CBD e-liquid, but it should be noted that the two are different. CBD oil has an oil-based carrier, therefore, the device used for vaping should be suitable for vaping thicker substances such as oils. CBD e-liquid is based on propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerine (VG) or both, and can be used in the regular devices found on the market.

What are the pros and cons of vaping CBD?

One of the reasons vaping is the preferred method of CBD consumption for many is the fact that it has a very high absorption rate, up to 60%. For comparison, if taken orally, CBD absorption rate is around 15%. However, while the absorption rate is very high, the effects of CBD will not last as long as they do with some other methods of consumption.

Vaping CBD is considered particularly beneficial for people who are trying to quit smoking. Not only is it a healthy alternative to smoking but combining CBD e-liquid with nicotine-infused e-liquid can be the first step towards ending your nicotine addiction. 

Vaping is not exactly a discreet nor a convenient way of taking your daily dose of CBD. While e-cigarettes and vape pens are convenient to carry around, not every place you go to will be vape-friendly, and vaping in public might draw some unwanted attention.

How does CBD inhaler work?

CBD inhaler is very similar to inhalers used to treat respiratory problems and more. The mouthpiece of the inhaler is placed on the mouth, after which the inhaler is pumped to deliver a dose of CBD mist to the lungs. The mist, in this case, is a short burst of aerosolized CBD.

How often should CBD inhaler be used?

Unlike with vaping CBD, where there are no rules set in stone on how often you should do it, CBD inhaler should not be used more than four times a day, with at least four hours apart between each use.

What are the pros and cons of using a CBD inhaler?

The greatest benefit of using CBD inhaler is its high absorption rate which allows you to experience the effects of CBD almost immediately. I.V. is the only other delivery method which is as effective. And just as is the case with vaping CBD, while you can experience the effects of CBD almost immediately when using CBD inhaler, they will not last very long.

Using CBD inhaler allows you to deliver a measured dose of CBD to your system, which is not the case with vaping. This, in addition to the inhaler being portable, makes it a convenient product for administering CBD. However, while being convenient, CBD inhaler is not an inconspicuous method of CBD consumption.

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6 thoughts on “CBD inhalers vs. CBD vaping – Are they one and the same?”

  1. Do you also have a CBD nasal inhaler or just oral inhalers?
    I also would like to know if consuming CBD can help me with my asthma condition?

    1. We do carry CBD oil inhalers, which are available at click here.
      CBD might support your condition, but as research is still in the process, it’s too early to tell at this point.

  2. how does vaping CBD make you feel? I read somewhere that vaping provides a greater bioavailability of CBD in the body than other consumption methods.
    is that true?
    Does the feeling when vaping CBD will also be different when using other methods of consumption?

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