Please Note: We do not sell the Vape Pen.
Vaping is one of the most relaxing, efficient, and tasty ways to incorporate CBD hemp oil into your daily life.
The downside, however…is that most CBD vapes are made with Propylene Glycol and Vegetable Glycerin, which aren’t great for your health. If you’re looking to support your body with CBD, you’re probably doing so because you care about what goes into it. This means, if you choose to vape, you may be unsure about the PG/VG base in most vapes.
Those ingredients used to be necessary to keep CBD evenly distributed throughout a vape oil. However, thanks to new research and experimentation, we’ve developed this new Alternate Vape formulation, made with MCT (coconut) oil instead of PG/VG.
About Vape Oil Concentrates
Our vape oils are formulated with 100mg – 300mg of our proprietary blend of cannabinoids and terpenes. These savory oils are compatible with most wickless vaporizers.
- THC Free
- No PEG or VG
Made with non-psychoactive constituents of the hemp plant. Cannabinoids interact with CB1 and CB2 receptors, located all throughout our body’s endocannabinoid system. This system is believed to be responsible for various biological processes, with an overall goal of homeostasis.
Terpenes are the main building block to any plant resin and contribute to the scent, color and flavors. According to research, some may even have medicinal applications.
Ingredients: MCT (fractionated coconut) Oil, CBD, Terpenes
Serving Instructions (Vape)
Everyone is different so these are general recommendations based on a 150lb adult. Since this is a super food it’s almost like asking “how much broccoli should I eat?” I can make suggestions. But it’s really going to vary quite a bit from person to person as you experiment and find what amount works best for you. Also due to FDA regulations we can not list or make specific serving recommendations.
Most people begin with 5-10 puffs 2 times a day and increase as needed.
*FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program.