How To Use CBD Concentrates

How To Use CBD Concentrates

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So you’re interested in CBD concentrates. Where do you start?

CBD concentrates are an excellent approach to getting higher doses of Cannabidiol (CBD) into your system quickly and efficiently with each use. This is because they are hemp plant extracts that are processed down into large levels of CBD Isolate or Full Spectrum Oil. CBD concentrates are fast becoming a popular consumption choice.

 

What are some of the benefits of using CBD concentrates?

  • Smoking and vaping CBD is one of the fastest and most powerful way to get the effects of your cannabidiol.
  • You get high levels of CBD per use with only a minimal amount of product needed to achieve the desired results you’re looking for.
  • Derived from hemp plants containing little to no THC, giving you the non-psychoactive, calming effects you’re looking for.

 

Are all CBD concentrates the same?

To be sure you’re receiving the most from your concentrates, it’s better to use high quality CBD products from a trusted CBD company who regularly tests their products.

CBD Infusionz starts with the highest quality non-GMO hemp plants, grown in Colorado and certified by the state agriculture department. These plants are cultivated with methods that produce high levels of cannabinoids, terpenes, and resin, flash frozen to preserve these levels, and without the use of non-organic pesticides.

By starting with these quality standards while the hemp plant is growing, we can ensure we create our products with clean, potent CBD bursting with flavor.

 

How can you find a good CBD company?

Unfortunately not all CBD products are created equal. Sometimes contaminants like chemical pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers can be found in raw CBD material. These unwanted contaminants are the reason you need to pick a CBD company who regularly tests their products for safety.

All of CBD Infusionz raw materials, products, and CBD concentrates are tested using a 3rd party accredited testing facility. We test for quality, safety, and accurate dosing consistency.

 

What are some of the ways to consume CBD concentrates?

You can consume your CBD concentrates in several ways, from smoking them along with your favorite CBD Flower, vaporizing using a vape pen or standalone vaporizer, smoking dabs using a dab rig, and some can even be added into your food or drink. When you choose to dab or vaporize your CBD concentrate, you get the desired effect almost instantly, as it’s absorbed into your bloodstream faster than when you eat it.

 

Vaporizing your CBD concentrates

By heating your CBD concentrates to their vaporization point, you get a thick vapor that is smooth and easier on the throat and lungs. For this method, most people choose a vape pen for it’s easy portability, but there are also vaporizers that plug into an outlet and are a nice home addition piece.

Vape pens come are available in disposable pens where you throw away the whole unit once the CBD concentrate has been smoked, or permanent fixtures where you can refill and use again and again.

 

The vaping method allow you to get the effects and nutrients from your CBD concentrates immediately.

 

Dabbing your CBD concentrates

This can sound strange or even scary to someone who’s never done a dab before, but it doesn’t need to be! The wonderful thing about dabbing CBD concentrates is since CBD is non-psychoactive, there’s no fear of getting high. At most, you may feel the urge to take a nap, so be sure to not drive or operate heavy machinery after partaking in a CBD dab.

 

For those used to smoking flower products, dabbing is much easier on your lungs than smoking. You also get almost immediate effects, can easily take in high doses with minimal amounts of product used, and with dabbing you get to taste the delicious flavors of each CBD concentrate you bring home.

To start dabbing your CBD concentrates, you will need some gear. If you have a friend who is seasoned in dabbing, this would be a great time to ask them to show you how to use their setup. There are also references on the web to help you pick out your perfect rig, use it with your favorite concentrates, and how to clean it.

To begin dabbing your CBD concentrates you will need

      • A dab rig
      • Small blow torch (if your unit doesn’t use an electronic nail)
      • Dabber (small utensil used to grab and place the concentrate)
      • CBD concentrate (like CBD Infusionz Saucy Boss or Regular Concentrates)

 

Simple instructions to start dabbing

*Note - be careful when using an open flame and be sure all equipment has CBD cooled off before grabbing with your hand!

      • Use your dabber to grab some concentrate (start small when first starting)
      • Heat your dab nail with your torch until it starts to glow red, then allow to cool for 10 - 20 seconds
      • Still using the dabber, place your loaded CBD concentrate onto the heated nail and start to inhale steadily
      • Exhale

Each rig can vary, so read the instructions of your rig before starting!

 

Vaping or dabbing CBD concentrates is one of the fastest ways to feel the desired effects. Some people use it for stress-reduction, others for combating nausea, migraines, or a sleep aid. The FDA recently approved a purified CBD oil pharmaceutical for epilepsy treatment, and with the 2018 Farm Bill just signed into law December 2018, we should see more studies and research proving the benefits of CBD. So far we’ve seen promising results from studies done on researching CBD’s effects on a wide range of areas including chronic pain, anxiety, Parkinson's, and Multiple Sclerosis.*

Ready to get started with CBD concentrates? Shop CBD Infusionz’s online store today.

 

*Studies worth noting

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3793381

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21307846

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2503660/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5481305/