Even when CBD oil contains trace amounts of THC it is typically not enough to induce a high. Hemp-extracted CBD oil has no THC at all while with cannabis-extracted CBD THC levels may vary but still can’t create the same state of euphoria as THC.
How Does CBD Vape Make You Feel?
Inhaling from a CBD vape will not make you feel high; instead it could give you a sense of well-being and make you feel less anxious, less tense and in a more positive frame of mind. Some CBD vape users have described it as a natural mood lifter. Others say CBD vaping makes them feel “normal” in the best possible sense of the word – no depression, anxiety or pain. Different forms of CBD like oral tinctures, lotions, edibles or vape liquids have the same ultimate effect but some take longer to cause an effect. CBD vaping brings fast relief.
Can Vaping CBD Make You Feel High?
No, CBD vaping will not make you feel high. Like other hemp-extracted CBD products, CBD vape liquid contains only trace amounts of THC which is not enough to produce the high-effect of some other cannabis products.
CBD Vape for Beginners
Vapes are quite easy to operate and come in many variations but as a first time user you should try a simple one. Disposable CBD vapes are perfect for beginners. With a disposable CBD vape pen you don’t need to recharge, refill or clean. You just use the vape pen until empty then dispose of it. Alternatively, there are CBD vape starter kits. Beginners should leave tube mode vapers and box modes for when they are better acquainted with vaping.
A few important things for first-time CBD vape users:
- Only CBD vape juice is suitable for a CBD vape pen and oral CBD oil should not be vaped as they are made differently, for different ways of delivery.
- CBD cartridges are slim, disposable tanks filled with CBD e-juice that connect to a battery connected to the vape pen.
- There are also “pods” which are similar to JUUL.
- In rare cases CBD can cause side effects like drowsiness or nausea.
- CBD vaping will not get you high.
What Happens If You Use Too Much CBD Oil?
CBD is non-toxic and a human would have to consume many hundreds of times the average daily dose of CBD (30mg) in a short period of time to overdose. Although it is unlikely that you could take enough CBD to cause and damage taking too much CBD could cause side effects including fatigue, diarrhea, changes in appetite, dizziness, nausea or cottonmouth. To date there is no documented case of human fatality from an overdose of CBD. The CBD market is unregulated and you may find CBD products which contain harmful ingredients or low quality CBD. Always consult with your doctor about the dosage and use only top quality CBD from a reliable supplier.