CBD vaping or dropping, how do you feel the difference?

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  1. Jason Smith

    Jason Smith New Member

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    After vaping CBD e-liquid or dropping CBD oil, tell us the difference you use it?
     
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    I do both - at the same time :)
     
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    I vape for anxiety and drop for pain.
    DAILY
     
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    Yeah, I was wondering the same thing. With vaping CBD, do you feel the effects faster than with dropping?
    And why @Wb80 , do you drop for pain and vape for anxiety? Is one way of application better or longer lasting than the other or just personal preference?
     
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    I can vape less 1500mg cbd juice for anxiety. It works quickly and well.
    I have a 1500mg tincture for pain. 1 ml is 50mg wich takes a lil longer to take affect but good long lasting pain relief.
    Seperating the 2 saves me $ spent in the long run.
     
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    It depends on which one do you prefer, I like both of them, so it is a good alternative for me.
     
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    Can feel my muscles unclench after dripping and vaping around ten drops of what I use. If I dilute it with base ejuice, it helps nullify pain throughout the day but is less potent than dripping it directly & vaping. Find relief nearly instant dripping and vaping. For me that says a lot because of having a high physical pain tolerance. Think I will continue using it & hopefully ween off other pain, & psychological medicines.
     
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    Welcome aboard the cbd train. Im happy to hear your finding your sweet spot. And getting good results.
     
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    Well, in some way I might have experience from it earlier. That however is a different horse not brought to this track.

    I'm also liking being able to take one drop and apply it topically to say knuckle joints. It works the arthritis out & I'm fairly sure it is the CBD providing aid. I've sat and stretched, rubbed, tried heat & cold. None of it helped much beyond masking it or inflaming it more. Might need to look into a topical cream just for the arthritis. Got a left knee that stays out of socket most days, damn high school track & then later on other stuff what bungs knees. Would love to feel and hear that knee going pop and settling right back into place. Almost fear trying to wrench it myself but just may.
     
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    I to have the experience you mentioned.
    I also dislike western medicine. So cbd is a gr8 choice 4 me.
     
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    I found vaping it doesn't do much for me. I drop and also use it as a topical on my wrist. I use 1000mg.


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    Vaping maybe the fastest way to deliver CBD to your brain and body, dropping may last long
     
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    You can go either way. Its really personal preference. I have found it better(4 me) not in a sub ohm higher watt set up. I like it around 1 ohm in an rta at no more than 30w.
     
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    if don't smoke, maybe CBD oil which can be directly taken orally or sublingually is a better way for you.
     
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    I have found vaping CBD Oil to kick in quicker than doing drops. How ever drops are naturally stronger. Vaping is best for insomnia.
     
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    Vaping CBD oil is a misnomer. Vaping any kind of oil based liquid is a surefire way to inflict serious bodily harm so always make sure to double check that your liquid is intended to be vaped, and that it doesn't contain any type of oil (e.g., that is doesn't contain coconut oil or any other oil).

    Further, most people who suffer from insomnia will testify that vaping CBD doesn't offer enough CBD dosage strength to be sufficiently effective for insomnia. Vaping CBD is best for a number of other symptoms such as anxiety, generally speaking, or, if used in conjunction with drops, to shorten the delay period associated with doing drops.
     
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    I’ve been using this cartridge don’t know if it’s really helping. Based on dosage charts for my eight it’s around 22-30 mg so I do like 15-20 hits. I’m terrible at the math to try to get a estimated dosage per puff, of anyone can help on this it would be great.

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  18. susieqz

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    um, if it;s for pain relief, keep vaping til you feel it work.
    vaping works fast.
    5-6 puffs works for me.
    you might try palmetto harmony.
    if you OD, all that happens is you wanna lie on the couch the next day.
     
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    This I don’t think works for me period. I was told that cartridges don’t help people but an e-juice or other ways would. I had (2) 15mg hemp bomb gummies (did not use the cartridge that day) and I was out in about an hour
     
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    Where did this come from? I use Koi, but I have never seen that version before... what I use is 1000 mg vap formula. Anyway, Koi works really well. I use it in a pod vape for pain and anxiety and it works better than anything else I can get on the shelf or script.
     

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