Not All CBD Vape Oils Are Created Equal
CBD Vape Oil Is Already Hugely Popular. Be Careful What You Purchase As A Consumer, And Equally Careful If You Are Looking To Private Label CBD Vape Oil And Cartridges
Let me first start off by describing our CBD Vape Oil Cartridges. I want to then address what others use in their vape oils.
We DO NOT cut or add anything to our CBD Vape Oil but pure 99% CBD Isolate and natural hemp terpenes. That's it, 2 ingredients. While other products on the market contain MCT oil, PG (Propylene glycol) or VG (Vegetable Glycerin), we choose to use all natural hemp derived terps. We found that a specific ratio of isolate and terpenes is best for allowing a higher CBD concentration in your vape oil. We like the punch an isolate gives over a lower % of full spectrum oil. If you try using CBD distillate it will crystallize on you rendering it non smokable. Each vape oil cartridge has 400mg of pure CBD and less than 0.3% THC.
The vape oil cartridge itself is a premium ceramic cell glass cartridge. This unit is designed with a standard 510 thread and pairs perfectly with our battery packs. For some our private label CBD vape oil customers we fill a specific cartridge for their brand. We are happy to accommodate, just send us the vape cartridges you want, and we'll fill them. We are most concerned with the quality of the vape oil going in while making sure the vape oil cartridge you use will stand up. Our CBD isolate products are non-GMO, 99% pure CBD isolate. We take pride in our manufacturing process and use hemp that has been grown using organic farming practices. We understand the importance of delivering high quality CBD vape oil products, that's why we invest in continuous product improvement – so that we can get the best for you.
There are many companies that use polypropylene glycol (PG) in their vape oils. Is it harmful to inhale? I don't know, but I wouldn't do it. People will argue that its everywhere and in a lot of things we consume. That too much of anything is not good for you. Well, I don't accept that. It’s “generally recognized as safe” by the US FDA, and according to them has many useful properties. Anything the FDA says is true and safe, right? LOL. It’s a good solvent (things can be dissolved in it), it attracts water, and it has low toxicity and low vapor pressure. These properties make it a great choice for use in various consumer products, including CBD vape oils. HOWEVER, the “generally recognized as safe” designation relates to ingestion, rather than inhalation. There have been older studies done on animals, specifically testing inhalation of PG. The results have varied, and they included negative side effects. For example, rats have sensitive eyes and noses, and the irritation from PG led to some bleeding in one study. Also, female rats lost a little weight in another study. Also, there were some small changes in hemoglobin and red blood cell levels in the dogs exposed with heavier doses. But just because you can detect a statistically significant difference in one or two specific things in a lab doesn’t mean it really matters in practice, right? Again, I don't know, but I'll be sticking with what I know is safe in my CBD vape oil. Pure hemp derived terpenes and 99% isolate.
As for MCT oil in vape oils, the jury is still out on that. I consider organic MCT safe and healthy. Its great for making CBD salves, creams, tinctures etc... But I'm not sure I would want to heat it up and inhale it. Definetely would prefer over PG, but for my money straight terpenes are the best choice.