If you are trying to make your CBD vape juice from scratch then we recommend starting off with 30ml of Vegetable Glycerin and proceed to heat it up and dissolve your crystals in the oil.
Now that you’ve added CBD into the vape, you’re probably wondering how to add some flavour! This is where we bring terpenes into the mix. We’ve previously touched on terpenes and their many uses. They’re the smell and taste of individual strains of cannabis, extracted in a liquid form. They are incredibly concentrated and powerful, so only a few drops are necessary to add strain profiles to your CBD vape juice. Terpenes are present in all foods, they can influence our behaviour so much so that casinos in america have added them into diffusers to influence gamblers gambling habits! The following image shows the different terpenes found in several strains – for legal reasons we must state that no medical claims should be derived from this, we are not medical consultants, we’re just sharing what is already in the public domain and implore anyone interested in legal cannabis to get medical information from their GP.
Our CBD isolate crystals are 99.9% pure CBD, and completely THC-free. They are fat soluble and can be dissolved into all oils, not just vapes. 1g of CBD isolate is approximately 1000mg of CBD. High quality crystals have CBD counts above 90%, ours are among the highest quality in the world. Low quality crystals are brown/yellow in colour due to inefficient crops and extraction methods that leave behind non-CBD residue. Below we instruct how you can make your own 500mg strength CBD vape juice with crystals:
For those who prefer to have control over the ingredients and overall strength of their vape juice, CBD isolate crystals are perfect. By dissolving them straight into any vape oil, they can very easily turn an everyday vape juice into a supercharged CBD liquid.
2. Mildy head up your vape juice – we rest ours against a radiator for an hour, if your impatient you can place your vape juice in a glass bottle in a microwave for a few seconds.
1. Using a scale, measure 0.5g of crystals and crush them up into a fine powder – either with a pestle and mortar, or just a blunt edge.
3. Empty your crushed crystals into the warm vape juice, stir and steep until the crystals are fully dissolved.
Our in-house recipe is to add 0.5ml of terpenes to every 10ml of vape oil, and let it steep for 48 hours for equal flavour distribution. Our terpenes are the first of their kind in the UK – they’re actually extracted from cannabis, unlike most on the market that are synthetic and isolated from fruits and vegetables. Read up on the “entourage effect” and soon you’ll be adding terpenes into all your Cannabis products to increase their potency.
For those who prefer to have control over the ingredients and overall strength of their vape juice, CBD isolate crystals are perfect. By dissolving them straight into any vape oil, they can very easily turn an everyday vape juice into a supercharged CBD liquid. Our CBD isolate crystals are 99.9% pure CBD, and completel
Getting the right PG/VG mix is crucial in order to prevent the CBD from recrystallizing. We recommend going as high as 60PG – 40PG, although some users also use 50-50.
High concentration Cannabidiol e-liquids tend to be quite expensive regardless of the brand, and many people simply cannot afford paying $100 for a single 30ml bottle. But what if there was a way to enjoy them for a more reasonable price? If you don’t mind a bit of DIY work, here are 5 easy steps to make CBD vape juice at home.
Any standard vape juice is made out of four main components: Vegetable Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Nicotine and Flavorings. CBD eliquids are made using roughly the same ingredients, only that they swap the nicotine for CBD isolate.
In the case of re-crystallization, you either need to use less VG or you can fix it by dipping the bottle in hot water again and shake it thoroughly until it becomes fully transparent.
CBD isolate is cannabidiol in its purest form. It’s a crystalline substance, that looks and feels like a fine white powder. It has a concentration of 99% and it contains virtually no THC or any other substances. It also doesn’t include the terpenes and organic compounds which naturally occur in the plant.
The taste of CBD can be quite bitter and it’s a good idea to take slow pulls until you get used to it. Also due to the high PG content, the juice might feel harsh on the throat. Some flavors – like lemon – can better mask the bitterness and allow you to enjoy the full benefits of Cannabidiol even better. Some people even like to add terpenes to their DIY CBD juice for a more natural feel. If you plan to do so, make sure that the terpenes are plant derived and compatible with vaping.
CBD isolate needs to be purchased separately and you will usually find it in 500mg or 1000mg containers. The amount of CBD isolate you dissolve in the e-liquid will give its concentration and for starters we recommend going for the 500mg option. It’s also the cheapest, with a price tag of around $15.
We recommend adjusting the quantities depending on how much juice you want to make. For testing purposes it’s a good idea to go for the smallest possible supply bottles.
Make sure you prime the coils and fill your tank with e-liquid, just like in the case of standard nicotine juice. We recommend a mouth to lung atomizer at first and if you’re OK with the flavor then swap it for a direct lung device.
5 Easy steps to make CBD vape juice at home – DIY Cannabidiol e-liquid Making your own vape liquid with CBD is easier than you would think. If you have the proper ingredients and some tools