Throughout the ages, herbalists have supported the notion that whole plants provide more benefits to our bodies than individual plant components. Since CBD is just one of the many components found in industrial hemp, it makes sense that many CBD users want to use full spectrum products, the products that contain all the health and wellness potential hemp has to offer.
Full spectrum hemp oil contains more than 400 potentially beneficial plant elements. Knowing the significance of full spectrum oil, and how we make CBD products from full spectrum extract, could lead you to the hemp-derived product that’s right for you.
Hemp oil is extracted from the stalks, stems, and flowers of industrial hemp. It’s the plant extract that contains the cannabinoid CBD. While CBD is found abundantly in hemp oil, the plant extract also contains small amounts of other potentially beneficial plant elements including vitamins, minerals, omega-3 fatty acids, and additional cannabinoids.
A cannabinoid is a lipid that functions similarly to a neurotransmitter.1 Full spectrum hemp oil contains numerous plant-sourced cannabinoids shown to interact with key receptors throughout your body. Just a few of the many cannabinoids you will find in full spectrum hemp oil include2:
Cannabidiol (CBD) is the most abundant of the cannabinoids found in full-spectrum hemp oil. All other cannabinoids are found in lesser amounts. Of all the cannabinoids found in cannabis, both hemp and marijuana, it’s CBD that has generated the most attention.
CBDA is the precursor to CBD. Full spectrum hemp oil often contains CBDA, but most of the CBDA is converted to CBD during the extraction process, decarboxylation, or when hemp is exposed to heat or sunlight.3
Full spectrum CBD contains trace amounts of THC; the cannabinoid that causes marijuana’s intoxicating effect. To be classified as hemp, the extract must contain 0.3 percent THC or less. This is not enough THC to cause intoxication, even if you were to consume large amounts of hemp extract.
Cannabigerol is the non-acidic form of cannabigerolic acid, essentially the parent cannabinoid from which other cannabinoids are formed. While CBG is considered the molecular foundation of both CBD and THC, it appears to have health and wellness potential of its own.4
CBN is a cannabinoid created by the breakdown of THC when exposed to oxygen and UV radiation. While CBN is a byproduct of THC, it does not cause intoxication and has much of the same health and wellness potential as CBD.
While many people are aware of the concept of synergy, far fewer are familiar with the theory of the Entourage Effect. Synergy explains how the active elements in a compound combine to create a greater effect than each element has on its own. In mathematical terms, synergy explains how 1+1=3.
The Entourage Effect explains how the inactive components in cannabis combine to create an effect from elements that are individually inactive, enhancing the effects of synergy. It’s because of the Entourage Effect that full spectrum hemp oil is believed more potent than 0% THC (CBD isolate) products.
In addition to the combined potential of numerous cannabinoids, many people prefer full spectrum CBD products for their nutritional value. Hemp-derived CBD contains all the plant terpenes, flavonoids, vitamins, and minerals found in the original plant, including:
Your body uses B vitamins for numerous functions, including the production of neurotransmitters, nerve function, and converting food to energy. Vitamin D is essential for bone health and other important functions.5 Full-spectrum hemp extract is a good source of vitamin D, several B vitamins, and also vitamins A, C, and E.
Like vitamins, minerals are essential to good health. For example, calcium is essential for healthy teeth and bones, iron helps transport oxygen, and zinc helps fortify your immune system.6 Full-spectrum hemp oil contains calcium, iron, and zinc, plus, magnesium, potassium, and phosphorus.
Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids are polyunsaturated fats that your body cannot produce on its own. These essential fatty acids are obtained through your diet. Omega-3s play an important role in cardiovascular health, reducing inflammation, and supporting mental health. Omega-6 fatty acids are primarily used for energy.7
Before the cannabinoid-rich oils from the hemp plant can be used to make full-spectrum tinctures, capsules, edibles, and topical products, the oil must be separated from the plant matter. Since many products made with hemp extract are ingested, it’s crucial that the oil is extracted using a food-safe extraction method. The two methods most-often used include:
CO2 extraction uses carbon dioxide to separate hemp oil from the plant matter through a series of temperature and pressure-controlled chambers. Commonly used for smaller quantities of hemp, CO2 extraction isolates about 90 percent of the available cannabinoids. CBDistillery™ full spectrum hemp oil is CO2 extracted.
Ethanol is the clear, colorless byproduct of plant fermentation commonly used in alcoholic beverages.8 For hemp oil extraction, ethyl alcohol works as a solvent to extract the oil from the plant matter. Ethanol extraction commonly yields a higher volume of full spectrum hemp oil per than CO2 extraction.
Full spectrum hemp-derived CBD products contain all the additional cannabinoids, vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids found naturally in hemp. While CBD is the most abundant of the cannabinoids in full spectrum extract, the trace amounts of additional cannabinoids, plant terpenes, and flavonoids contribute to the Entourage Effect. It’s the Entourage Effect that explains how the additional elements combine to magnify and multiply the effects of the others.
When selecting a full spectrum product, it’s important to know how the cannabinoid-rich oil was extracted. It’s essential that the extraction method produces a safe, potent, quality product. That’s why we rely on CO2 extraction for our full spectrum CBD products.
For full spectrum CBD tinctures, capsules, softgels, vape pens, and topicals, visit CBDistillery™. Our quality products start with non-GMO hemp seeds grown using natural farming methods. To verify the purity, potency, and cannabinoid content of CBDistillery™ products, click on the third-party test results located within our product images or scan the QR code on your product label.
During the early years of your education, you likely learned about the many important processes in your body. You may remember studying fascinating details about your circulatory system, immune system, or nervous system and how these essential systems worked together to keep your body healthy and strong.
Not that long ago, researchers discovered another important system that helps keeps all your other systems functioning harmoniously. They named this essential regulatory system the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). Since the Endocannabinoid System was not discovered until the early 1990s, many people are unfamiliar with this vital communication network. Once you know how the Endocannabinoid System works, it’s much easier to understand the significance of hemp-derived CBD.1
The Endocannabinoid System is a communication system comprised of chemical messengers and receptors. The receptors of the Endocannabinoid System are located throughout your body and your brain. This essential communication network controls numerous processes throughout your body, including your memory, mood, appetite, temperature and more. Researchers believe the ECS significantly helps to regulate the processes of homeostasis.2
Homeostasis is the internal stability and balance that all living organisms need to maintain for survival. When internal processes function outside their appropriate range, it’s the process of homeostasis that directs organs, muscles, and glands to correct the disruption and restore function to acceptable parameters. Homeostatic systems help your body adapt to changes in situation and environment.3 In a state of homeostasis, all internal system function normally.
Your Endocannabinoid System is a network of neurotransmitters and receptors that facilitate communication between your body and your brain. The messengers of this system are called cannabinoids. Your body makes two main cannabinoids, the endocannabinoids anandamide and 2-AG.4
It’s the chemical composition of the message that relays instructions to the endocannabinoid receptors, CB1 and CB2.5 Both of these receptors are found on the surface of cells throughout your body in varying concentrations, for example:
CB1 receptors are found at their highest levels in your brain and spinal cord, your central nervous system. CB1 receptors in specific areas of your brain are responsible for processing information, regulating moods and emotions, pain regulation, motor control, and metabolism.
CB2 receptors are most abundant within your peripheral nervous system, which extends from your central nervous system to the other areas of your body. CB2 receptors regulate muscle movement, organ function, and the processes involved in regulating your immune system.
The receptors of your Endocannabinoid System are more abundant than any other receptor system in your body. In each organ system and every tissue, your ECS performs a different task, but the goal remains the same: to maintain homeostasis.
The endocannabinoids produced in your body are made as needed and quickly broken down by enzymes. If there are not enough cannabinoids to interact with the cannabinoid receptors, communication breaks down. Fortunately, your Endocannabinoid System also responds to plant-based cannabinoids, particularly the non-intoxicating cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD). Here’s what can happen in your body when you consume hemp-derived CBD:
After CBD enters your stomach the cannabinoids enter the hepatic portal. The hepatic portal is a series of veins that carry blood from your stomach to your liver. Once the CBD enters your liver, it’s metabolized. This is known as the “first-pass effect.”6
After metabolization in the liver, 20-30 percent of the cannabinoids ingested will circulate in your bloodstream. You can maximize the amount of CBD in your bloodstream if you hold your CBD tincture under your tongue 30-90 seconds before swallowing. This allows the cannabinoids to bypass your liver by absorbing through the blood vessels under your tongue.
While THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) binds directly with endocannabinoid receptors, CBD does not. Once CBD enters your bloodstream, it activates TRPV1 receptors and inhibits FAAH (fatty acid amide hydrolase) which causes an increase in the production of anandamide. Cannabinoids also modulate several non-endocannabinoid receptors to enhance or inhibit the binding of certain protein-coupled receptors.7
Once CBD begins interacting with the receptors of your Endocannabinoid System, it contributes to the processes necessary to keep essential processes stable. By functioning as neurotransmitters, the plant-based cannabinoids in hemp-derived CBD help keep the ECS functioning efficiently.
Yes, it is quite possible for your body to produce fewer cannabinoids than it needs. Your internal environment is continuously changing. The cannabinoids produced in your body are made as needed and quickly broken down by enzymes. When internal or external conditions create a need for more messengers than your body creates, essential balance is threatened. The symptoms of clinical endocannabinoid deficiency (CECD) can vary depending on the systems affected.8
While researchers once believe that endocannabinoid receptors were primarily found in the central nervous system, today, we understand that ECS receptors are dispersed throughout the body. It the communication between the ECS messengers and receptors that can help keep your immune system strong, your memory sharp and your digestive system functioning smoothly. Since your body also responds to the plant-based cannabinoids in hemp oil, there are many ways CBD could benefit your ECS, including:
Under the effects of injury, illness, or environmental stress, your body could need more cannabinoids than it creates on its own. Hemp-derived CBD is a significant source of external cannabinoids that could help keep your ECS functioning at optimal levels.
Hemp-derived CBD supplements ECS function without the risk of intoxication. That’s because full spectrum hemp contains only trace amounts of THC (0.3 percent or less). You also have the option of a 0% THC product made with CBD isolate.
CBD can help encourage the production of endocannabinoids (anandamide and 2-AG) and prevent them from breaking down. The cannabinoids in hemp-derived CBD products have a stronger, longer-lasting effect than the cannabinoids created in your body and the dosage can always be adjusted to suit your needs.
Your Endocannabinoid System helps regulate nearly every essential function in your body and helps keep critical processes running smoothly. Once you understand how your ECS works, it’s easy to understand the health and wellness potential of hemp-derived products. If you would like more information about the messengers and receptors of your endocannabinoid system, download The Ultimate CBD User Guide at CBDistillery.™
CBDistillery™ offers a variety of fairly priced CBD products sourced from non-GMO hemp grown using natural farming methods. You can verify the quality and purity of CBDistillery™ tinctures, topicals, capsules, vape pens, and pet products by viewing the third-party test results of every product we offer.
CBD is derived from cannabis plants. While there are two potential sources of CBD, most of the CBD available to the general population is extracted from the stalks and stems of industrial hemp, not marijuana. Full spectrum hemp extract contains all the cannabinoids, plant terpenes, and flavonoids found in the original plant source.
Since hemp and marijuana are closely related, you may not be too surprised to learn that CBD is also concentrated in the flowers of the plant. While hemp flower is a legitimate source of CBD, you may have noticed that many reliable, reputable CBD companies are not offering this alternative – with good reason. Once you understand why tinctures, topicals, edibles, and vape products are the better options, you may want to avoid hemp flower altogether.
Hemp plants produce small, yellowish-green flowers. It’s the spike-like flowers that produce hemp seeds.1 Dried hemp flowers, commonly called “buds,” can be smoked or used as a food additive.
Although hemp and marijuana (Cannabis sativa L.) flower both contain CBD, flowers cultivated from marijuana plants are significantly higher in THC, the cannabinoid that causes the type of intoxication marijuana is known for. Hemp flowers contain only trace amounts of THC (0.3 percent or less). Smoking or ingesting hemp flower will not cause intoxication.
When you purchase hemp products, it’s important to know how crops were cultivated. While CBD flower may look completely natural, the buds sold at local gas stations, vape shops, or smoke shops may not be as pure or natural as they look. Many hemp flowers are heavily processed to protect their shelf life. Unless you have access to third-party test results, there is no way to know if those “nugs” are contaminated with heavy metals, chemicals, or mold.
While some people may initially believe hemp flower the more natural option because the buds appear less processed, smoking hemp flower could cause more problems than you realize. In a side-by-side comparison, hemp and marijuana flowers look and smell very much the same. Since they are most often used in the same manner, when compared to other products, CBD flower is not your best option for the following reasons:
When paper and cannabis burn, the combustion releases the same toxins and carcinogens as tobacco smoke. Plus, cannabis smokers tend to inhale deeply and hold the smoke in their lungs longer.2 There are far too many safe ways of ingesting CBD to justify smoking hemp flower. If you prefer the option of inhaling CBD, it is far better to stick with vaping, a delivery method devised to simulate smoking without the same known harmful effects.
When you purchase hemp-derived CBD tinctures, topicals, vapes and capsules, you have access to important information about the products you select. When you purchase from a reputable source, you know how the plants were cultivated, how the oil was extracted, and have a list of ingredients used to create your products. You may also have access to third-party test results to verify the safety of your purchases. When you purchase dried hemp flower, you may not have access to this vital information.
With hemp CBD flower, it is difficult to know exactly how much CBD is in the product you purchase. While hemp flower contains a significant amount of cannabinoids, the flower is commonly high in CBDA, not CBD. CBDA is the inactive form of CBD. CBDA becomes active CBD in a process called decarboxylation. Your body utilizes CBDA differently than CBD and has to work harder to break down the molecules.3
It is not unusual to find smoke shops selling hemp flower as cannabis flower in an effort to confuse the distinction between hemp and marijuana. Since the terms marijuana and cannabis have been used interchangeably for decades, selling hemp-derived “cannabis flower” leads many people to mistakenly believe they are purchasing a product high in THC. Since hemp and marijuana flower are similar in appearance and odor, law enforcement officials are also caught up in the confusion.4
CBD flower is a dried plant. Before making a purchase, it’s important to ask yourself how long that plant could have been sitting in that jar. It is unlikely you will be able to determine how fresh the buds are by how they look. When purchasing other hemp-derived products, your CBD has a clear expiration or “best by” date.
While some people may initially consider smoking CBD flower a natural, efficient method of CBD delivery, it’s important to know that smoking CBD flower is not a budget-friendly option. When you use a tincture, capsule, or vape product, the CBD content is clearly stated, and you know how much CBD you are using per dose. When smoking hemp flower, you will likely pay much more per mg of CBD compared to other products but the actual CBD content is not guaranteed. If you are looking for a cost-effective delivery method, CBD hemp flower is not the way to go.
Every day unsuspecting consumers are being targeted by numerous companies trying to drive sales by using CBD as a buzzword to sell products. You may have noticed that varying amounts of CBD can be found in everything from candles to toothpicks. That’s why it’s important to be able to differentiate between legitimate products and sales gimmicks.
CBDistillery’s™ Gimmick-Free ad campaign is highlighting the misuse of CBD throughout the industry and helping consumers recognize these marketing ploys for what they are. If you are looking for a safe, reliable, gimmick-free CBD product, an alternative to CBD flower, consider the following suggestions:
Vaping CBD has proven to be one of the fastest CBD delivery methods, just as fast as CBD flower, but without the tar and potential carcinogens associated with plant combustion. The effects of CBD vape can typically be felt within minutes. CBD vape hits much smoother than smoke and is easier on your lungs.
While you could make your own edibles with CBD flower, you will notice the distinct flavor of hemp. That’s just one of many reasons you might prefer a CBD edible like CBD gummies. CBD gummies are a fun-filled, delicious way to enjoy the health and wellness potential of CBD in a fruity, flavorful form.
CBD oil is a blend of hemp extract and a carrier oil. CBD tinctures can be used topically, for cooking, or swallowed. Tinctures are particularly popular with CBD users who are looking for the best value for their dollar. While CBD flower could contain as little as 10 percent CBD, a CBD tincture can a have up to 2,500 mg in a single 30 ml bottle. The higher the CBD concentration, the less tincture you need per dose.
CBD isolate is the ideal solution for CBD users who want to add CBD to their favorite candies, sauces, and baked goods. When you use CBD isolate, you won’t have the hassle of having to turn CBD flower to CBD butter to be used as a cooking agent. CBD isolate is flavorless, odorless, and has 0% THC.
CBDistillery™ is a leader in the hemp industry. While we offer a variety of product options, hemp flower is not one of them. Although hemp flower is available in most states, the flower of the plant looks and smells like marijuana buds. The resemblance to marijuana could create a significant number of problems for law enforcement agencies and our customers. Possessing and using hemp flower could cause more problems than it’s worth for everyone involved.
To view our selection of high-quality, gimmick-free, hemp-derived products, visit CBDistillery™. CBDistillery™ vape pens, tinctures, gummies, and CBD isolate are crafted from non-GMO hemp crops grown using natural farming methods. All CBDistillery™ products are tested by an independent third-party facility to ensure product quality, potency, and purity.
There are many factors to consider when selecting a CBD product. From seed selection to farming practices, it’s the attention to detail that determines product quality. One significant detail to consider before purchasing a hemp-derived product is the process used to extract the oil from the plant.
Since CBD products can be swallowed, applied topically, or vaped, it’s important to know the methods used to extract your CBD will deliver a product that’s safe to use. Of all the available extraction methods, CO2 extraction is the superior choice.
CO2 extraction is an oil extraction method utilizing the properties of carbon dioxide. This food-safe extraction method is commonly used for smaller quantities of hemp. The extraction process involves filtering plant material, the stalks, and stems of the plant, through a series of temperature and pressure-controlled chambers. This advanced extraction process isolates the natural cannabinoids found in cannabis plants at 90 percent efficiency.
During the extraction process, the low temperature and increasing pressure within the extraction chamber transform CO2 from a gas to a near-liquid. It’s the liquefied carbon dioxide that allows the release of the essential oils and aromatics from the plant matter. There are three main benefits of using CO2 for CBD extraction, including:
Product manufacturers and their customers benefit from the versatility of CO2 extraction. CO2 extraction is a “tunable solvent.” That means modifying key parameters, the temperature and solvent ratio, for example, to isolate specific cannabinoids, terpenes, and other botanical components of the plant.
Compared to other extraction methods, which can rely on the use of potentially toxic solvents, CO2 extraction is the safest. CO2 is all around you, in the air, water, and the food you eat in low concentrations. CO2 has less potential for toxicity than other solvents commonly used for extraction, is non-flammable, and non-combustible.1
CO2 extraction preserves the plant terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids without the use of chemicals. Once the extracted plant compounds are heated, or pressure is reduced, the carbon dioxide is released from the extracted oils. Since carbon dioxide can also be used as a sanitizing agent, CO2 extraction improves the shelf life of cannabis oil.2
Carbon dioxide has the properties of a gas at a standard temperature and normal pressure. When pressurized, CO2 liquefies and can perform the function of a non-chemical solvent. Pressurized carbon dioxide pulls the desired phytochemicals from the plant as the plant matter is filtered through a series of chambers. When the pressure releases, CO2 converts back to a gas and is released from the extracted oil. Low-temperature extraction (subcritical) is best for oils that degrade at high temperatures.
Supercritical CO2 extraction is a more precise extraction method with the ability to extract individual plant components in an environment of stable pressure and temperature. The main difference between subcritical and supercritical CO2 extraction is the temperature. Since higher temperatures are used, supercritical CO2 allows for higher yields, more complete extraction, faster extraction times, and can extract higher weight materials from the plant (waxes and resins).2
While CO2 extraction is considered the superior option, it can be time consuming and expensive. That may be why so many companies use alcohol or chemical solvents to extract the oil from their plants. The following extraction methods could have unfortunate consequences:
Ethanol extraction uses ethyl alcohol, a common food additive and preservative to pull the cannabinoid-rich oil from plant matter. As the hemp is soaked in the alcohol, the desirable plant compounds are released into the alcohol and then filtered. Since ethanol extraction can leave alcohol residue in extracted oils, CO2 extraction is considered the better option.
Butane, hexane, and propane are hydrocarbon solvents that can be used to extract CBD. You may recognize them as components of petroleum products or natural gas. While it is possible to use hydrocarbon solvents safely, consumption can be harmful. Unlike these potentially volatile solvents, CO2 extraction will not leave neurotoxins in your CBD.3
CBDistillery™ uses clean, safe CO2 extraction to release the cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes from our naturally grown industrial hemp. Our CO2 extraction methods and third-party testing ensure the purity of our CBD. Consider the value of our most popular CO2 extracted products:
CBD tinctures are a blend of hemp oil and a carrier oil. A versatile product, CBD tinctures can be added to food or used topically, but the most popular way to use tinctures is to hold the oil under your tongue a few seconds before swallowing. When you purchase a CBDistillery™ Full Spectrum Tincture, your CBD oil contains all the potentially beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids of the original plant. Full spectrum CBD takes full advantage of the Entourage Effect, the ability of each of the numerous plant components to intensify the effects of the others.
Not everyone is comfortable using a tincture with trace amounts of THC found in full apectrum CBD. Those who prefer the ease of using a tincture but prefer avoiding THC appreciate CBDistillery™ THC Free Pure CBD Oil Tincture. Our 0% THC tincture is made with CBD isolate, a tasteless and odorless product that is more than 99 percent pure cannabidiol (CBD). Products made with CBD isolate are also preferred by CBD users who don’t care for the flavor of natural hemp. Both types of tinctures are blended with MCT oil.
Many CBD users want the option of sharing CBD with their pets. While CBD can have the same wellness potential for pets as their owners, their digestive systems are quite different. CBDistillery™ Pet Tinctures are specially formulated for easy digestion. In place of MCT oil, our pet tinctures deliver CBD in a hemp seed carrier oil. You can easily administer a pet tincture by adding your pets CBD to their food, water, or placing the tincture directly in their mouth with the dropper provided in the bottle.
Before making a product selection, it’s essential to ensure you are purchasing a quality product. The quality of the product you select is directly impacted by the extraction method.
CBDistillery™ tinctures are crafted from non-GMO hemp. Our crops are grown in the U.S. using natural farming practices and extracted using safe, reliable CO2, a superior extraction method. Once extracted, our products are tested by an independent third party. Viewing the test results on our site allows you to verify the potency and purity of CBDistillery™ tinctures, topicals, capsules, vape pens, and CBD pet products.
Vaping was initially introduced as a smoking alternative, a nicotine delivery system that created plumes of smoke-like clouds by heating a solution with a battery-powered heating element. Today, that same delivery system has proven to be the most efficient method of CBD delivery.
When you vape CBD, the cannabinoids often affect you within minutes. Of course, not all vape products are the same. The most effective CBD vapes contain CBD plus the numerous terpenes found naturally in hemp extract. It’s the terpenes in our vape products that makes them special.
CBD terpenes are the aromatic compounds of a plant. The terpenes give each plant their distinctive aroma and flavor. The therapeutic potential of any plant depends on the combination of terpenes it contains. Some terpenes are shown to have a calming effect, while others can increase energy levels and mental clarity. Shown to have a therapeutic effect on the body. If you have experienced the calming effects of lavender or felt energized by peppermint, you have experienced the effects of plant terpenes. Full spectrum CBD contains all the plant terpenes found naturally in hemp that contribute to the Entourage Effect.
Full spectrum CBD contains vitamins, minerals, additional cannabinoids, and plant terpenes. Like cannabinoids, the terpenes in full spectrum CBD have the ability to bind with key receptors to influence vital processes within your body, working synergistically with the cannabinoids and even intensifying their effects due to the entourage effect. The Entourage Effect is the theory used to explain how the many inert elements in cannabis plants combine to magnify and multiply the effects of each component. It’s because of the Entourage Effect that many people believe full spectrum CBD to be the more potent option. The total effects of full-spectrum CBD are greater than the sum of its parts.
The therapeutic potential of any plant depends on the combination of terpenes it contains. Researchers initially believed that the terpenes could promote healing by triggering the emotional centers within our brains. Today, research confirms that terpenes also regulate physical responses and modulate brain activity. Full-spectrum hemp-derived CBD contains up to 200 potentially beneficial plant terpenes, including myrcene, which has a calming effect, and pinene, shown to increase energy and improve concentration.
It’s the terpenes in full spectrum CBD that give the hemp oil extract its distinctive flavor. Terpenes from other plants can enhance the wellness potential and the flavor. The vape liquids in flavorful CBDistillery™ vape pens are formulated with natural plant terpenes. The combination of plant terpenes is just one of the many factors that put CBDistillery™ vape pens ahead of the competition. To fully appreciate the value of our vape products, consider the following:
The vape liquids in our CBDistillery™ vape pens are formulated using high-quality hemp extract, TEC Temper oil, and terpene-derived natural flavors. Our full spectrum hemp extract is sourced from non-GMO, U.S.-grown industrial hemp. With so many flavorful options to choose from, many CBD users prefer our CBD vape pens to any other delivery method.
CBDistillery™ vape liquids are created with natural hemp extract, terpenes, natural flavors, and triethyl citrate. Triethyl citrate is a natural stabilizer derived from fermented citric acid often used in the food industry.1 To ensure the quality of our vape products, our vape liquids are blended with TEC Temper oil.
CBDistillery™ vape pens are ready to use right out of the box, no need to charge your battery or fill a tank. Plus, CBDistillery™ vape pens are powered with CCELL technology, a revolutionary wickless heating system. Since the atomizer is wickless, you will never experience the unpleasant experience of inhaling vapor tainted by the flavor of a burnt wick. With CCELL technology, your vape is consistently smooth from the first puff to the last.
While many vapers like to sample all their available options and rotate flavors, others prefer to stick with a familiar flavor they thoroughly enjoy. Whether you prefer floral, fruity, or earthy flavors, CBDistillery™ offers a significant number of terpene flavor profiles. Our top five CBD vape flavors include:
Grand Daddy Purp is a flavorful, fragrant blend of grape and berries. With our Disposable 200 mg Grand Daddy Purp vape pen, your vape pen is ready for vaping whenever you are.
Those looking for a strong natural flavor often enjoy our GG#4 200 mg Disposable Vape Pen. This unique flavor profile is often described as an intense, earthy, pine flavor.
The refreshing flavor of strawberry and lemonade is sure to appeal to anyone looking for a guilt-free treat. CBDistillery’s™ 200 mg Disposable Strawberry Lemonade Vape Pen could soon be high on your list of favorites.
If you love the flavor of luscious, ripe grapes, our 200 mg Disposable Grape Vape Pen is destined to please. CCELL technology ensures you’ll enjoy every flavorful cloud.
In aromatherapy, lavender terpenes are believed to have a soothing effect.2 Our 200 mg Disposable Lavender Vanilla Vape Pen blends the enticing flavor of lavender with natural vanilla flavor for a smooth, luxurious vaping experience
If you have questions about CBD oil, consider downloading The Ultimate CBD User Guide, viewing our #CBDMOVEMENT Blog, or visiting our help center. Some of the commonly asked questions about CBD vape products include:
CBDistillery™ products are derived from industrial hemp. While hemp is a cannabis plant, it is different from marijuana. Full spectrum hemp oil contains 0.3 percent THC or less. That is not enough THC to cause intoxication. Customers looking for a product with 0 % THC should select products made with CBD (cannabidiol) isolate, a product that is 99+% pure CBD.
CBD terpenes are the aromatic molecules of the plant, the components that give hemp its flavor and aroma. The terpenes in full spectrum hemp-derived CBD work synergistically with the other active plant components.
CBDistillery™ vape pens are intended to be used until they are empty, then discarded. They cannot be charged or refilled. If you are interested in a rechargeable battery, consider our economical stylus vape pen and paired with our pre-filled CBD Vape Cartridges.
Vaping full spectrum CBD and natural plant terpenes allow you to feel the many potential benefits of CBD within minutes. Edible products can take up to two hours to reach their full effects. You can use CBD vape products on their own, or in combination with CBD tinctures or topicals as needed.
Our CBD vape pens and cartridges contain full spectrum CBD and flavored with natural plant terpenes. We do not use artificial flavoring. Our CBD vape oils are formulated with TEC Temper oil, a natural, organic cutting agent ideal for vape liquids. To view our selection of disposable vape pens and pre-filled cartridges, visit CBDistillery™. We also offer a quality selection of CBD tinctures, capsules, softgels, and CBD pet products. CBDistillery™ is U.S. Hemp Authority™ certified.