CBD VAPE Pen Pineapple Express is the new trending and safer way for intake of CBD.
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CBD Disposable Vape Pen
Comes ready to use, no need to charge and is good for up to 50-100 puffs. Buy CBD vape pens & Hemp Oil for vape from TryTheCBD.com. THIS PRODUCT IS FOR CUSTOMERS 21 OR OLDER ONLY. You should do your own research and see if the the CBD Oil can help your condition. Consult your physician if you have a medical condition or are taking any medications before using CBD VAPE Pen.
- 200mg CBD Disposable Vape Pen (Battery and Vape Cartridge Included with this device).
- Relax easily and discreetly.
- Pre-Filled with 200mg CBD Distillate mixed with MCT Coconut Oil.
- Pineapple Express Flavor
- LEGAL IN ALL 50 STATES.
- CBD Distillate derived from Industrial Colorado Grown Hemp.
- Approx 50-100 puffs.
- Made in USA
Ingredients of 200mg CBD VAPE Pen Pineapple Express
- 200mg CBD
- MCT Coconut Oil
- Pineapple Express Natural Terps
Many customers buy CBD Vape but do not configure the dosage correctly. An incorrect dosage will mar the experience and is likely the primary reason why it is not working for you. Try starting out with a low dosage, as suggested. From then on, double or triple up every 2 hours until you have reached your comfort zone. Research different dosages to understand the effects, and what you are looking for. Rather than going for a high dose straight away, and not feeling the results, try to go slow and build your way up. Sometimes, the process requires patience, but it is better than doing incorrect dosages and not feeling the full effects like you should be.
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Why do we use MCT Coconut Oil in our vapes?
The MCT in MCT oil stands for medium chain triglycerides. MCTs are partially man-made fats, such as coconut oil or palm kernel oil. Even milk from mammals contains MCTs! For vaping, these are all food grade oils. They have no flavor. Because of this, they are a favorite for many CBD users! It is perhaps important to note that cannabinoids are fat soluble. They are stored in fat, and break down in fat. If you consume cannabinoids like CBD with fat, they may become more bioavailable. This increases the effect of the CBD in your body. You get more effect, but with the same amount of product as you’d need otherwise. Saturated fats appear to be an important part of cannabinoid absorption. A high saturated fat content helps cannabinoids bind with the oil and enter the body. Consider coconut oil, for example.
With its many MCTs, it has a high saturated fat level. It can help the body process CBD. The liver will metabolize any MCT oil, which generally increases bioavailability. MCT oils often have benefits in their own right. Taking coconut oil as an example again, users benefit from the antioxidant properties that come with vitamin E. They may find that the antimicrobial aspects of coconut oil are helpful. Where there are MCTs, therefore, there are often bodily benefits!
Why are we NOT using PG or VG in our vapes?
Polyethylene Glycol and Propylene Glycol
Propylene glycol and polyethylene glycol are likely the most controversial CBD carrier liquids. Polyethlyene glycol (PEG 400) is seldom used as a carrier liquid these days. It is chemically similar to propylene glycol. The FDA has approved propylene glycol oil as a food additive. While it is safe for ingestion, the FDA did not approve it for heating and inhalation. It’s flavorless and used in many vape oils, but some users have experienced negative effects using this ingredient. As a expectant, propylene glycol can absorb moisture and leave users with a dried out mouth or throat. An allergic reaction to propylene glycol is also possible. Allergic users could experience persistent muscle pain, a sore throat, a rash, night sweats, or diarrhea.
Vegetable glycerin typically comes from plant oils, such as soy, coconut oil, and palm oil. It is odorless and has a very minimal sweet taste. It is thicker than other carrier liquid options, which can cause issues with vaping. For this reason, some users find that it wears out the vaporizer faster than other liquids. The thicker liquid may lead to a faster build-up of residue in your vaporizer. It can take longer to heat. And it may require a higher temperature, to vape effectively. It is also a humectant, and can introduce the same drying issue as propylene glycol. Vegetable glycerine is a popular choice for CBD consumers who have experienced an allergic reaction to propylene glycol. Some CBD consumers prefer a mix of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerine. This allows them to get the best of both liquids. A mixed liquid balances flavor, vapor density, and ease of use.
Studying The Carrier Liquids for Safety
On heating, propylene glycol and polyethylene glycol can produce carbonyls. These, including acetaldehyde, formaldehyde, and acrolein, may be toxic to the user. In a 2017 study by the Medical Marijuana Research Institute, researchers heated and tested these carrier liquids, along with MCTs and vegetable glycerine, for carbonyls. The study found propylene glycol produced high levels of acetaldehyde and formaldehyde when researchers heated them, compared to MCT and vegetable glycerin. Acrolein production was similar for all substances. The study also found that MCTs produced a small amount of acetaldehyde; about 33 times less than polyethylene glycol. “Because PG (propylene glycol) and PEG 400 (polyethylene glycol) are often mixed with cannabis oil, individuals who vaporize cannabis oil products may risk exposure to harmful formaldehyde levels. Although more research is needed, consumers and policy makers should consider these potential health effects before use and when drafting cannabis- related legislation.”