What is CBD?
What is CBD?
It's not a stretch to say that CBD (cannabidiol) is one of the most exciting and promising compounds currently being studied by the medical and scientific communities for its wellness benefits.
However, misinformation and confusion about CBD remain due to the relatively recent emergence of this fascinating compound. That's where we're here to help.
So, let's take a deep dive into what cannabidiol (CBD) is and what it does...
What does CBD stand for?
CBD is short for "cannabidiol", the second-most abundant cannabinoid molecule produced within the cannabis (hemp) plant. The most abundant molecule is, of course, THC: the psychoactive chemical famous for making users feel "high" (note that CBD does not have this effect).
Keep in mind that your body already has an endocannabinoid system, an extremely important molecular system that your body uses to regulate and perform various critical functions. CBD binds to receptors in this system; our bodies were designed to interface with cannabinoids from the very beginning we even produce them naturally!
Cannabidiol (CBD) facts
- CBD does not get you "high" (non-intoxicating)
- Comes from hemp or cannabis plants
- Is being studied for potential anti-seizure and anti-inflammatory properties
- Indirectly interacts with CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors
- CBD is legal
How does CBD Work?
Your body already contains a wildly complex endocannabinoid system (ECS) that affects several different areas and functions (more on this momentarily). That system is rife with "receptors" sites that await the presence of cannabinoid molecules.
When the cannabinoid nears, the receptor will bind with it, creating a sophisticated chemical interaction that modern science is only just beginning to scratch the surface of understanding.
Unlike its sister molecule THC, CBD does not make you feel high but don't think that a lack of psychoactive or intoxicating effects means that nothing is occurring.
On the contrary, it's very clear that there are many chemical responses that occur when CBD binds to those cannabinoid receptors.
That being said, the endocannabinoid system is ubiquitous in the human body, affecting nearly all major functions in some way.
Because of this, it's quite a task to discern everything that CBD does, precisely, when the binding occurs. That's where the research is at right now: trying to solve that exact mystery.
What is the Endocannabinoid System (ECS)?
The word endocannabinoid system comes from the word "endo" meaning within, and the word "cannabinoid" which refers to the body's internal nervous system and how it interacts with the substance known as cannabis.
The endocannabinoid system is a natural nervous system found in the bodies of all mammals, including our own. Both the body's central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system are integral to the endocannabinoid system (ECS).
An added factor of the ECS is the gastrointestinal tract responsible for digestion and nutrient extraction where food is broken down and used as energy or excess fat.
The final part of the ECS is the immune system; the body's natural defense against harmful pathogens or bacterium. When foreign substances enter the body, the immune system attacks them immediately to support your wellbeing.
All and all, the ECS supports a number of bodily functions, including balance, coordination, activation & suppression of appetite, and your overall mood.
What's the difference between hemp and marijuana?
This is one of the most commonly asked questions among new CBD users. Here's a quick explanation.
Cannabis is a genus of flowering plants in the Cannabaceae family. Hemp and marijuana are both types of cannabis. They look similar to one another and are grown in similar conditions.
Hemp and marijuana contain cannabidiol (CBD), as well as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is a psychoactive compound that creates the feelings many associates with marijuana, the characteristic "high".
CBD on the other hand is largely considered to be non-psychoactive similar to antipsychotic and is associated with a calming effect on the body and mind.
The biggest distinction between hemp and marijuana is that hemp plants have low concentrations of THC and high concentrations of CBD. On the other hand, many marijuana plants have high concentrations of THC and low concentrations of CBD as is the case in medical marijuana.
When we talk about hemp plants, we are referring to hemp plants that contain no more than 0.3% THC. Whereas, cannabis plants may contain upwards of 30% THC.
CBD oil used in CBDfx products is entirely derived from hemp that is grown in the American state of Kentucky. Part of the reason is that hemp tends to have a higher concentration of CBD. There are some marijuana varieties that have high levels of CBD, but they may not have a favorable mix of cannabinoid and terpene compounds that meet the standards of sale set by the U.S. government.
CBD vs. THC
Although these plants share the same source family (cannabis), there is a huge difference between CBD and THC both in the effect they have on your body.
In the past, CBD was stigmatized and ignored for any potential benefits due to its chemical proximity to THC (the chemical that creates an intoxicating "high").
With the popularity for CBD is growing along with mainstream acceptance CBD is finally being explored scientifically for the first time. When it comes to CBD vs. THC, let's set the record straight once and for all.
Effects of CBD
- Indirect agonist of cannabinoids
- Binds to the allosteric receptor site
- Non-toxic and generally safe for humans and animals
Effects of THC
- Highly psychoactive/intoxicating
- Has been shown to cause anxiety in some users
- Illegal in the United Kingdom and many European countries
- Directly binds to CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors
- Binds to the orthosteric receptor site
- Generally not safe or appropriate for animals
Where does CBD come from?
In short, CBD is derived from industrial hemp; this means hemp that is grown and certified to contain less than 0.3% THC content as mandated by the US government and where CBDfx products are made.
In regards to our process here at CBDfx, first, our hemp is selected by a leading expert in the field. The crops we use are pesticide-free and non-GMO to make sure your CBD hasn't been exposed to any types of harmful pesticides, heavy metals, solvents, or chemicals commonly found in less reputable CBD products.
The reason we do this is that hemp is pretty absorbent.
In fact, hemp is known to absorb many of the nutrients around it. This means that if the surrounding soil is contaminated with pesticides or other chemical residues like heavy metals, it could put the quality of your product at risk. At CBDfx, we make quality control a priority, which is why from seed to sale, we ensure everything that goes into your CBD product is as pure as possible.
Once we separate the "good" plants from the "best," we leverage a specialized extraction process that utilizes CO2 extraction. CO2 extraction is one of the best extraction methods out there and helps draw out highly-purified CBD in one of the cleanest and most gentle processes in the industry.
Once the highly-purified hemp extract has been extracted we combine it with the other ingredients of your favourite CBDfx products which we craft with the utmost quality and integrity in mind and quality assured under American Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).
This accreditation means the facilities we use to produce our products are monitored under the strictest clinical-grade standards and supervisions in the industry.
After their creation, our products are given rigorous lab tests where they check for the slightest imperfections and impurities. This is done at a third-party lab and if we find any test results out of the ordinary, we'll toss the entire batch out and start over.
For added peace of mind, each of our products is tagged with a traceable QR code.
This means all you need to do to know everything about your product is to take out your phone's camera and point. The link that pops up will take you to the exact batch report for the product you're using along with all the base ingredients inside of it you'll also know where and when it was made.
We also allow our customers to leave reviews using a standard star rating system so that customers can see whether our products are truly effective.
With only a few countries in the world producing industrial-grade hemp at the quality and scope required to produce effective and beneficial products, we're proud to say our hemp is grown in the United States.
Here at CBDfx, we understand the role of physical and mental health in uplifting our quality of life. We take that role seriously, and that's why we take such incredible steps to ensure a consistent and high-quality wellness experience you can count on.
So, what is Hemp Oil?
Hemp oil is the oil derived from the seeds of the hemp plant. Whereas CBD oil is extracted from the flowers, leaves, and stems.
Hemp oil is free of CBD, and carries with it the typical benefits of plant-derived oils (think Sunflower oil) to support your brain, heart, and skin health.
So, whenever you see "hemp oil" particularly on Amazon know that it is likely free of CBD and the wellness benefits associated with it. So always look for "CBD Oil" to ensure you're getting the most effective product.
What is CBD Oil used for?
The human endocannabinoid system which CBD works to interact with can have a profound impact on different areas of the body. While humanity is still looking to understand how CBD can regulate or affect our endocannabinoid system, anecdotal evidence has shown its ability to promote positive effects on the body.
As it is currently studied, CBD oil has shown promise in addressing a variety of mind and bodily concerns for its users. While research is ongoing, responsible brands cannot and should not imply that CBD can be used to treat specific disorders or ailments. Rather, we recommend trying quality CBD products for yourself to discover how it may serve to improve or enhance your daily wellness.
What's in CBD oil?
The chemical cannabinoid CBD and a carrier oil such as coconut-derived MCT oil.
Depending on the type of CBD (broad spectrum, full spectrum which is prohibited in the United Kingdom or CBD Isolate), there may be other natural compounds found in the CBD oil.
Here's a quick look at the type of CBD available in our UK products...
CBD Isolate is used in everything from our vegan Morning CBD capsules, tinctures, topicals, gummies, vape juices, and even vape pens & kits. We've engineered our isolate products to include the additional cannabinoids and terpenes of the hemp plant, including the Entourage Effect.
Our products are unique because we've engineered a collaborative effect of flavonoids and terpenes the latter of which are particularly important to hemp oil because of the way in which the terpenes interact with cannabinoids and flavonoids.
CBD Isolate is also used in our CBD vape juices and certain skincare products like Bath Bombs and Bath Salts.
One other advantage of CBD isolate is that without any additional product engineering it's flavourless and odorless, making it a perfect accompaniment to vape juices, such as this Strawberry Kiwi blend.
What are Terpenes?
If something has a smell to it, there's a strong chance it has terpenes in think fruit rinds, flowers, tree bark, essential oils, etc. Thankfully, terpenes are found in more than plant and food substances; they're all around us and feature prominently in CBD oil and other CBD products.
Used for their positive wellness effects (aromatherapy and topical skin hydration) and for various other conditions, when combined with CBD oil they can help users experience a layered functionality combining the benefits of CBD with the benefits of terpenes.
There are over 200 known terpene compounds today that can be sourced back to cannabis plants and over 20,000 terpenes overall.
Here are some of the biggest and most important terpenes in CBD...
Limonene is a terpene that can be found in a variety of citrus fruits. It can enhance your CBD experience by helping to increase the overall absorption level of other terpenes as well.
This is the most common terpene found in the hemp plant and can account for up to 65% of the overall terpene profile of certain strains.
Found in pine, eucalyptus, orange peels, and rosemary, Pinene has been used through the centuries as a natural anti-inflammatory and for aches or pains.
Linalool can be found in soft, flowering plants like lavender and chamomile, which can produce a calming sensation via its aromatic qualities.
Humulene is found in hops, sage, basil, echinacea, ginger giving them all a robust smell.
Caryophyllene is responsible for some of the spicier aspects of hemp's flavour profile, and binds to the CB2 receptors in the body's endocannabinoid system.
Simply put, "bioavailability" is the amount of CBD your body absorbs into its bloodstream.
However, it's important to recognize that different products have different levels of bioavailability. For example, a CBD tincture has a high level of bioavailability since it enters your bloodstream under the tissue of your tongue and is often combined with MCT Oil to increase absorption.
Once absorbed into your bloodstream, CBD reaches your body's endocannabinoid system. Once there, it sends out signals to the brain's receptors CB1 and CB2 receptors. Remember, the endocannabinoid system is designed to maintain homeostasis in the body. However, when it's acted upon by cannabinoids it can code for different physiological effects in the body.
These are the benefits that CBD users claim to feel and experience.
However, many of us have a tendency to completely forget or overlook the level of bioavailability our products have as labeling is often absent.
Here are the bioavailability rates of CBD products from the highest level of absorption to the lowest...
Products you rub into the skin work a little differently because they never enter the bloodstream. Instead, it travels through the top layers of skin before reaching sore muscles and joints.
How can CBD be absorbed?
As we mentioned above, there are many ways to enjoy CBD. Here's a quick breakdown of the different types of CBD absorption, their inherent bioavailability, and how they work.
This method of absorption comes from eating or consuming your CBD via a food (like a CBD gummy). The benefit of this method of absorption is that you get the full effects of the CBD as it becomes completely absorbed into your digestive system. It also lasts the longest among CBD absorption methods. The downside, however, is that once you've consumed the CBD oil, you can't "un-consume" it, and you'll be forced to feel the effects of it for the next several hours.
CBD topicals are CBD creams, CBD Foot Masks, CBD Balms and other external uses of CBD. The way these methods work is that they enter the lower layers of the skin to relieve inflammation and in some cases minor aches and pains. The benefit of CBD topicals is their familiarity with the user. Most people have used lotion or some other body cream for purposes of moisturization or muscle fatigue. Thankfully, CBD topicals can operate in a similar manner while providing additional benefits found only in CBD.
For many CBD purists, this is one of the more traditional methods of consuming CBD. Oral consumption typically takes the form of drops from a CBD oil tincture. The benefit of this method is that it can also be fast-activating though not as fast as CBD vaping. Simple and versatile, CBD oil tinctures can be a great addition to any smoothie or drink, while still providing maximum body absorption.
VapingWe've said it before and we'll say it again, vaping combines the taste of your favourite flavours with the fast-acting benefits of CBD. In this way, it's difficult to resist the charms of a good vape juice. Add in the fact that you have more control over the length of your CBD benefits' effects and you've got a great recipe for quick AND lasting wellness.
The potential benefits of CBD
Not a week goes by these days without CBD grabbing a headline or two, and the news is fascinating as clinical trials continue to delve into the mystery of this unique compound.
CBD is safe and non-toxic to use, even in extremely high doses
Besides the huge amount of research being performed on CBD at this very moment (much of it funded by the United States government), anecdotal reports of happy CBD users have flooded the internet and captured the attention of the global media.
Although anecdotal reviews aren't peer-reviewed scientific research, it's hard not to get excited when you read the stories of satisfied CBDfx customers.
On top of all of that, the World Health Organization (WHO) conducted an exhaustive report in 2017 on the public health impact and efficacy of CBD.
CBD is safe and non-toxic to use, even in extremely high doses (more on this later).
What is CBG?
Although you've likely heard of CBD oil, "CBG" might be a bit more unfamiliar to many experienced users. CBG is a minor chemical compound found in the cannabis plant.
However, it's got a bevy of unique properties that have made it a new and compelling compound for CBD lovers.
While CBD is known to affect certain receptors in the brain ultimately coding for different physiological reactions and benefits CBG (or Cannabigerol) interacts with the brain on a fundamentally different level, further enabling the substance's "entourage effect."
CBD Capsules or Tablets
Simply put, CBD capsules are one of the most popular due to their small, convenient size, and the fact that they're easy to take. Familiar to those who already take a dietary supplement such as vitamin C or fish oil, CBD capsules can be a great addition to any vitamin regimen if you're in need of a little extra calm.
The Benefits of CBD Capsules
CBD pills are convenient they're also vegan in the case of our Morning Capsules. With our CBD Soft Gel Capsules (750 &1500mg) you can simply take one or two pills to get a full day's serving of CBD that's designed to bring calming relief throughout the day.
Thankfully, CBD Capsules also don't require a servings chart. Take 1-2 per day with food and you're ready to go. Each of our capsules is carefully formulated to contain the exact amount of active CBD you need for a lasting wellness. If you're looking for a no-mess, no-fuss CBD product, CBD capsules are an excellent morning and night companion.
Featured CBD Capsules
Packed with rich CBD oil, our original Soft Gel Capsules contain 25 or 50mg of CBD per serving. Emphasizing convenience and simplicity, simply take 1-2 pills per morning and ride the effects the rest of the day.
Getting a daily dose of calm has never been easier with the power of CBD at your fingertips. Add this bottle of high-quality capsules to your vitamin regimen and enjoy your CBD the old-fashioned way.
We've also added coconut-derived MCT oil to each capsule as an added bonus to provide you with the nutrients your body needs.
A perfect pairing at breakfast, our vegan Morning Capsules will give you all the energy and focus you need to seize the day.
With CBD and CBG that's CO2-extracted and non-GMO, our vegan Morning Capsules are designed to bring you all the benefits of CBD and CBG, along with the much-desired "entourage effect."
The "entourage effect" is an instance where various cannabinoids work in tandem to generate more pronounced benefits in the body.
These capsules are also coupled with energizing-boosting, slow-release caffeine and the amino acid, L-Tyrosine, for heightened physical energy and focus for your day.
From naturally-sweet, chewy gummies all the way to Vegan Protein Cookies, we've got a tasty variety of options for anyone hungry for CBD. CBD edibles outsell every other CBD product on the market largely because they taste amazing.
When it comes to ingesting a pre-measured serving of CBD, there's nothing easier than popping an edible in your mouth before starting your day.
Without the need to calculate serving sizes or carry measuring equipment, CBD edibles are as simple as eating a gummy or taking a capsule.
The Upsides and Downsides of CBD Edibles
When CBD is ingested, its effects are brought on more gradually. This is because CBD must pass through the digestive system before it reaches the brain. Ingesting CBD also allows it to absorb into the body and be felt as an extended release for several hours.
CBD edibles also possess increased flexibility, since you can combine them with other foods.
CBD edibles also offer the widest variety of products by far, ranging from chocolate bars and protein powders to more niche snacks, such as corn nuts and sunflower seeds. There's a product that will fulfill practically all of the food cravings that you may be having, and depending on the type of CBD extract and additional ingredients in the product, you might not even taste its hemp contents!
For example, our CBD tinctures can be combined with smoothies and ice cream to provide an additional boost of natural sweetness, or dripped onto your food in order to enjoy a hidden serving of CBD.
Although the taste of hemp isn't for everyone the benefits of CBD edibles are that they're treats. They often taste just like a sweet dessert (brownies, watermelon, CBD chocolate, etc.) without the earthy, leafy taste of hemp. As a result, they are the perfect middle ground for people who want to experience CBD's benefits but don't enjoy the natural, earthy flavours of hemp.
Featured CBD Edibles
Among the many gummy types available on the market, here are some of the most popular...
CBDfx gummies have 50mg in a single serving. Compared to industry averages, which tend to be between 5mg-10mg per gummy, this is a big boost for those who want to get a full day's supply of CBD in one high-potency serving.
In combination with the natural benefits of CBD oil, some gummies such as ours deliver key vitamins and minerals along with each gummy's CBD oil. Available in seven formulations that include everything from daily vitamins for men and women, chamomile and passion flower gummies for better sleep, and apple cider vinegar, CBDfx gummies are incredibly attractive for those seeking better day-to-day wellness overall.
Some gummies are designed to taste like your favourite candy with sweet flavourings. Take a look around you'll find gumdrops, gummy bears, sour gummy worms, peach rings, and other CBD-infused gummies. Watch out these often have a lot of added sugars, which you won't find in CBDfx gummies.
It's a lot to choose from, but depending on your preference for high-dosage, additional health benefits, or a candy-flavoured taste, you'll find a great gummy for you.
Sleep is essential to the body. Without it, the body and mind will rapidly begin to break down. To gain quicker and more restful sleep, try our Sleep Gummies with Chamomile & Passion Flower. Packed with CBD and sleep enhancing active botanicals, you'll find peaceful sleep easier than ever.
Packed with turmeric & spirulina, important nutrients, these CBD gummies give you everything your body needs for optimal performance from sunrise to sunset.
Using the natural health properties of apple cider vinegar (ACV) and the inherent benefits of CBD, our Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies are specially formulated to support digestion, blood circulation, and healthy skin.
Delicious, juicy, and packed full of highly-potent CBD, our Original Mixed-Berry Gummies are a top favourite for a reason.
Let's face it, men, we aren't the best at self-care. That's why our Men's Multivitamin Gummies are loaded with vitamins A, C, D3, E, B Complex, Pantothenic Acid, Choline, and Zinc to support your metabolism and overall health and bonus, they even taste like blue raspberries.
For a boost of the essential nutrients every woman needs, our Women's Multivitamin Gummies come packed with 1000mcg of Biotin, along with Vitamins A, C, D3, E, B Complex, Calcium, and Zinc; to keep your hair healthy and bones strong!*
Note: For women breastfeeding, we recommend speaking to your doctor directly before introducing CBD to your system.
Give your hair and nails some extra love with our Biotin Gummies. With 5000mcg of Biotin per serving as well as Vitamin B Complex, and Vitamins C and E; these gummies are flavoured with Cherry Blossom for a delightful taste.
From our CBD Balm Sticks, Creams, and other topicals, THC-free CBD oil can address specific areas of the body, skin conditions, and other conditions to deliver a positive effect.
Working to leave your skin feeling fresh and moisturized, whether you're experiencing discomfort or you just want to bring a new self-care ritual to your days and nights, there's a CBD topical made for you.
Designed to nourish, moisturize, soothe, and alleviate areas of muscle and joint pain in your body, CBD topicals combine a host of natural skincare botanical extracts with CBD. As a result, CBD topicals may help with minor aches and pains, sore muscles, and other skin or muscle issues.
Arriving in a variety of unique forms, our most popular forms of CBD topicals are our CBD Creams, CBD Face and Foot Masks, CBD Balm Sticks, and others.
Benefits of CBD Topicals
CBD topicals penetrate the layers of the skin, bringing relief from minor aches, joint pain, and other issues. As many people have used lotion or some other body cream for purposes of moisturization or muscle fatigue, CBD topicals are also very familiar to users.
For optimal wellness benefits, we try to align our topicals with natural botanicals, including everything from helpful compounds to essential nutrients.
Featured CBD Topicals
CBD Creams (or CBD Lotions)
Utilizing the powerful moisturizing ability of high-quality nourishing ingredients like essential oils, along with natural botanicals like arnica, vitamin E, aloe, white willow bark, shea butter, and menthol, creams like our CBD-infused Muscle & Joint Cream target muscles, joint aches and other pains.
CBD Balm Sticks
With two unique vegan formulations using plant-based wax (candelilla wax) not beeswax our CBD Balm Sticks offer a variety of ways to address areas of discomfort across your body. Using a host of curated botanicals and top-quality skin care ingredients, our CBD Balm Sticks are handy to use and travel easily to the gym and beyond.
Oil-based topicals offer a variety of unique advantages; because these types of topical products don't absorb into your skin quickly, they remain on the surface of your dermis and leave behind an oil barrier on your skin to prolong its effectiveness and skin-softening benefits.
In the winter, balms can protect your skin from getting dry and chapped. Plus, smoothing a dab of balm onto your skin just feels good. Currently, we have two different formulations of CBD-infused Balm Sticks for you to choose from: Calming & Moisturizing and Muscle & Joint.
You can also enjoy our CBD Balms in handy 15mL tins, with 250mg of CBD. Available in three formulations: Calming for sensitive skin, Muscle for deep tissue benefits, and Ultra Moisturizing for intense hydration and relief.
Our CBD Foot and Face Masks are a fantastic way to moisturize and clean your skin while giving your skin a healthy glow so you can look and feel your best. With five formulations of our Face Masks and two variations of our Foot Masks all with 50mg of CBD each offers a different set of topical ingredients and unique aromatics for your skin's pleasure!
Additional CBD Topicals for Skincare
From our CBD Bath Bombs, Bath Salts, and other CBD topicals, all are made to deliver a host of benefits using natural and supportive ingredients for optimal skincare and health.
It's hard to beat the fast-acting benefits of CBD when it's consumed orally. Starting with clean, industrial-grade hemp grown in the USA, our CBD oil tinctures hold some of the highest-quality CBD oil on the planet.
Blended with coconut-derived MCT oil for increased absorption, our CBD oil tinctures use CBD, CBG , purposely-crafted terpene blends, and a host of other beneficial botanicals and compounds for maximum effect.
These formulations mean our CBD tinctures are crafted to give your body everything it needs for maximum benefit. We call this "layered functionality" a combination of rich cannabinoid profiles, terpenes, nutrients, botanical extracts and other compounds that work in harmony to produce a more profound effect.
Benefits of CBD Tinctures
While there are a variety of reasons to use CBD tinctures, the general consensus is that CBD provides a better sense of wellness and your overall well-being. The results of this can manifest in the body or possibly the mind, so we always advise prospective customers to try out CBD for themselves at a responsible level and to determine the effects for themselves.
Featured CBD Tinctures
This traditional CBD Oil tincture comes as pure as it gets. With only high quality CBD Oil combined with MCT Oil for added benefits, this CBD oil is a great first tincture for those new to CBD. Available in regular (500mg), extra strength (1000mg) and maximum strength (1500mg).
Coming in four different concentrations: a regular strength 500mg, an extra-strength 1000mg, a maximum strength 2000mg, and a maximum strength plus 4000mg each of our sizing options are designed to get your day started on the right foot!
In a 2:1 ratio of CBD to CBG, we've blended with 18 terpenes, with Curcumin and Coenzyme Q10.
CBD Vape Juices, Vape Pens & Vape Kits
Each of our CBD vape juices and pens contain the perfect concentration of 99% Pure CBD Isolate to satisfy all of your hemp-related needs. Our collection of CBD vape juices are also specially designed to be compatible with standard sub-ohm vaping devices as well as smaller more portable CBD vape kits.
Our CBD vape juice is one of the areas where our expert mixologists really shine the brightest by creating extraordinary CBD vape flavours and CBD vape juice that excel in both quality and effectiveness.
Benefits of CBD Vape Juices and Pens
Consuming CBD in vapor form is one of the fastest methods of absorption, quickly becoming a more favorable method among users.
When you vape CBD, you can absorb the compound at a much faster rate than other methods. This allows it to reach your bloodstream through your lungs instead of your digestive system which is what helps you feel the effects on your brain's receptors even faster.
Not only does it absorb faster, but it's also common to see CBD vape juice with very few ingredients. This makes it perfect for those who prefer to consume CBD with minimal additives.
Today, vaping CBD is also one of the most relaxed forms of consumption due to the delicious flavour-filled clouds and lasting tastes. The pure act of vaping is undeniably satisfying, and just think: we haven't even gotten started on the flavours of our CBDfx vape juice!
Featured Vape Flavours
There's a reason why your favourite candies all taste like fruit; it's delicious! That's why some of our leading CBD vape juice flavours are designed to taste just like the sweet and tangy flavours you know and love!
These flavours include...
Who doesn't love the nostalgia of remembering your favourite dessert as a kid? Well, how would you like to taste it? In our sweet selection of snack and dessert flavoured classics, we're bringing back strong memories of your childhood and finishing it with a taste you can't forget.
These flavours include...
If the taste of a classic marijuana strain is wrong, we don't want to be right. In a selection of famous cannabis strains that have inspired countless hip-hop albums, we combine a delectable, complex, and nostalgic taste of your favourite weed strains without the intoxicating effects of THC. Jam out to your favourite music with a greater sense of calm with these cannabis classics...
Special Note: The FSA recommends the daily intake of CBD not exceed 70mg.
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