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CBD Vape Dos and Don’ts: 9 Tips for a Safe and Enjoyable Experience

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Vaping is one of the most popular ways to consume CBD, but it is also one of the most misunderstood. Understanding how CBD vape pens work, how they’re made, and what they contain can be challenging. In this guide, we’ll explore some basic dos and don’ts when it comes to vaping CBD oil:

Do Choose High-Quality CBD Products

When buying CBD vape oil, it’s essential to make sure you’re choosing high-quality products.

  • High-quality ingredients: CBD vape oils are created only from organic, lab-tested ingredients. This means no fillers or additions could hurt your health, which is a significant plus.
  • Clean environment: There can be no assurance that vapers won’t have side effects like headaches or nausea from a company’s products if those facilities aren’t kept clean and hygienic. No one wants to miss out on the fun of a night on the town because they become ill.

Don’t Overdo It:

There is a delicate balance between feeling relaxed and stoned while using a CBD vape, so be careful not to overdo it with either THC or CBD. Do not switch to vaping cigarettes if you are attempting to kick the habit. To successfully alleviate tension and anxiety, you should vape with just the right amount of nicotine, neither too much nor too little.

Do Research Proper Vaping Techniques:

Vaporizing is one of the best ways to enjoy CBD vape oil. It’s easy and enjoyable, but there are some things you need to know before you get started!

  • Use a vaporizer/Dr. Dabber shatter rig. If you don’t have one yet, ensure it’s compatible with your newfound love for CBD vaping. 
  • Buy an electronic cigarette or “e-cig” device instead of an actual cigarette (or other tobacco product). 

Do Follow Storage Guidelines:

The best way to keep your CBD vape pen safe is to follow the manufacturer’s directions and avoid leaving it in direct sunlight, direct heat, and cold temperatures. If you need to store your pen away from home, make sure it’s out of reach of children and pets, who can quickly get into any opened container with its contents.

Don’t Share Your Vape Pen:

This is a pretty obvious one, but it bears repeating: don’t share your vape pen with anyone. This includes family members and friends, coworkers, strangers at the coffee shop who seem like they’d be cool to hang out with (I mean…they’re not bad people), etc. The point here is that you want to keep every last bit of your CBD experience private and personal—even if you’re sharing the vape pen with someone else. 

The reason for this is pretty simple: there’s no telling what other people are putting into their bodies, and they may have got some nasty bugs or diseases that could make their way into your system when you share a vape pen. As long as you’re using CBD in moderation and responsibly, it really shouldn’t be an issue. 

Do Stay Hydrated:

Keeping yourself well hydrated is the first and most crucial step to ensure your vaping experience with CBD is risk-free and pleasant. Keep your body hydrated before, during, and after vaping by drinking lots of water. If you’ve been experiencing a sore throat or a headache from vaping, this should help relieve those symptoms and boost your energy.

If you feel like something irritates your mouth after using a vape pen or have a sore throat, try sipping some water. Drink plenty of water if you or a family member has a sore throat; otherwise, someone else may cough or sneeze into their beverage, spreading the illness.

Don’t Vape in Restricted Areas:

This is the single most important tip for vaping safely and one that you should follow as a general rule of thumb. If you’re vaping anywhere other than your home or at a friend’s house, make sure that it’s somewhere where people aren’t likely to come across you—and even if they do, please don’t let them know that you’re using CBD!


  • Don’t vape around other people who don’t approve of cannabis use; this includes strangers and family members who might disapprove of what others do with their bodies outside the privacy of their homes. 
  • Discretion is Key: Even in situations where vaping is allowed, it’s generally recommended to exercise discretion. While CBD vaping is legal in many places, only some people are familiar with CBD or its uses. It is often best not to explicitly disclose that you are using CBD to avoid potential misunderstandings or uncomfortable situations. This can help maintain privacy and avoid unnecessary attention or conversations.
  • Familiarize Yourself with Local Laws: Vaping laws and regulations, including CBD vaping, might differ from one jurisdiction to the next. To maintain compliance, it is critical to know the relevant rules in your area.

Do Listen to Your Body:

Stop vaping if you feel lightheaded, dizzy, or nauseated. Stop vaping if you feel like you’re ready to pass out. Stop vaping if you feel like you’re ready to puke!

Regarding CBD vape dosages, users must listen to their bodies. In contrast, some people can manage higher amounts than others (and those who experience adverse effects will know how much they need), so everyone should weigh going overboard against the potential advantages of CBD oil.

Don’t Rely Solely on CBD Vaping:

CBD is not the only thing you need to worry about regarding your health and safety. There are other cannabinoids (like THC), toxins in vape juice, and chemicals that can cause adverse effects if inhaled too deeply. You should also be aware of other solvents like propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG), or e-liquid flavorings such as fruit flavors and menthols that may contain carcinogenic substances like benzene and acetaldehyde.[1]

Key Takeaway

The most important thing to remember is that CBD vape oil should never be taken in higher doses than recommended. If you need an extra boost, it’s probably best not to use your CBD vape device just yet!

Remember this advice: if something doesn’t sit well with your body or senses, don’t do it!”;

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