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How to vape CBD

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CBD has fast become a household term, but widespread confusion about vaping CBD remains. Fortunately, this article cuts through the noise and explains precisely how to vape CBD to reap its many benefits.

We’ll start by determining your optimal dose and offer tips on choosing your vape device before explaining how to vape CBD effectively. So, without further ado, let’s get started.

Determine your CBD dosage

The first step to vaping CBD properly is to determine the best dose for you. There are several factors to consider here, including your body weight, body chemistry and purpose for using CBD.

Our handy CBD dosage guide breaks these aspects down, enabling you to pick the right strength and amount to suit your needs. But if there’s one thing to remember about CBD dosage, it’s to start with a low dose and work your way up. This way, you’ll ascertain your ideal dose and ensure no CBD goes to waste.

Choosing your CBD vape device

There are numerous vape devices on the market, and while some are easier to use than others, you’ll get the hang of it in no time.

Disposables, cartridges, and pods are some of the most straightforward options if you’re new to vaping. On the other hand, refillable vape pens are slightly more advanced and tend to be more cost-effective in the long run.

You can check out our comprehensive guide on choosing a vape device here.

Can you vape CBD oil?

Yes, you can, as vaping CBD oil is essentially the same process as vaping nicotine-based e-juice. Plus, if you’re new to vaping and want more information, you can check out our complete beginner’s guide here.

How to vape CBD

Vaping CBD is a mouth to lung inhale, meaning you draw the vapour into your mouth, then the lungs, before exhaling.


Disposable CBD vapes require no preparation at all; they’re draw-activated, so all you need to do is inhale. On the other hand, refillable vape pens, cartridges and pods require a bit more knowledge to operate, so it’s best to read your device’s user manual before diving in.


If you currently vape, transitioning to CBD e-juice is easy – you can use your existing device or purchase a dedicated CBD vape kit.

Do you hold CBD vape in your lungs?

There is currently no evidence to suggest that retaining CBD in the lungs accelerates or improves its effects. In fact, holding your breath after inhaling can irritate the lungs, so it’s best to exhale sooner rather than later.

What is the best temperature to vape CBD oil?

The optimum temperature to vape CBD oil is between 200-220°C – the temperature CBD vaporises. Any lower, and you won’t produce any vapour to inhale. Be mindful not to exceed 230°C though, as cannabinoids degrade at this temperature.

How to use a CBD vape pen

The simple instructions below explain how to vape CBD using a vape pen:

  • Fill the vape pen tank with CBD e-juice
  • Prime the coil
  • Allow 5-10 minutes for the coil to saturate
  • Click the power button five times to turn the battery on
  • If it has adjustable airflow, dial in your preferred setting
  • Press the button while inhaling, starting with small puffs
  • Wait 5-10 minutes between puffs, noting how the CBD affects you.


Remember – always start slow and work your way up to find your optimal dose. And if you find your tolerance increases, you can try taking larger, more frequent puffs. Many users of CBD E Liquids find that by holding in their inhalation for longer leads to greater absorption of Cannabinoids. Maintaining your vape tank’s condition is also essential to keep your device in tip-top shape and prolong its lifespan.

How to use a CBD oil cartridge

  • Connect the cartridge to the battery
  • If the device has a power button, click it five times to turn it on
  • Press the button while inhaling, starting with small puffs
  • Wait 5-10 minutes between puffs, being mindful of how CBD affects you
  • Like always, start slow and work your way up to the optimal dose.

Please note: This blog post reflects historical data predating recent changes in cannabinoid laws, medical cannabis regulations, and some of our best CBD product names, strengths, and formulations. These historical blogs remain as a reference post our website update, but they might contain outdated information. Discover our updated CBD and legal cannabinoid products for the best CBD experience.