CBD Vape Pens Guide 2019 – What you need to know

CBD Vape Pens Guide 2019 – What you need to know

What is Vaping & How Does Vaping CBD Work?

Vaping is the act of inhaling and exhaling vaporized liquid through an electronic device known as a vaporiser or vape pen. The term is used because CBD vape pens and mods do not produce smoke. As they do not use a “burning” process.

In a typical CBD vape pen or vape mod that accepts CBD vape oils, there’s a pretty simple process. A battery-powered ceramic heating element quickly heats the CBD vape oil until it turns into a vapour. Which is in turn, inhaled.

Then, the vaporised CBD e-liquid passes through tiny air sacs in the lungs, called alveoli. Just before entering the bloodstream. From there, the CBD compound travels to the brain rapidly to interact with the cannabinoid receptors in the brain. Which are part of the endocannabinoid system.

However, there are some types of vaporizers that allow you to “vape” CBD flower or CBD wax concentrates. But, in order to vape CBD in a standard CBD vape pen or vape mod – a “liquid” CBD vape oil is required so the oil can “flow” onto the coil. So, what makes liquid CBD vape oils so different?

What is in CBD Vape Oils?

Typically, the CBD extract will be blended with a carrier liquid in a CBD e-liquid – or vape oil. Which often times, that carrier liquid is propylene glycol (PG) or vegetable glycerin (VG), or a mixture of both. The main reason for this is, PG creates a stronger throat hit, while VG creates thicker clouds. Essentially meaning to mimic the feeling you get from smoking – and for aesthetic purposes. Because, blowing out big, huge clouds is just plain fun. Plain and simple.

However, there is another common additive in CBD vape juices and e-liquids – flavourings. Many manufacturers use artificial flavourings, while others opt for more natural flavourings, like terpenes, such as ourselves. Here at Synergy Extracts, our CBD cartridges for CBD vape pens contain purely and only CBD and the natural flavourings/terpenes.

Is Vaping CBD Safe?

This is a question that has been coming up a lot lately. Especially since, in the US, there has been a lot of health-related issues with vaping in recent months. Mainly linked to black market counterfeit THC vape cartridges, which contained unknown cutting agents, such as Vitamin E acetate as well as having heavy metal and pesticide residues.The simple answer is, introducing a foreign, unknown liquid you bought off the street into your lungs is not the best for you. This is why we advise people to use “concentrated” cannabis extracts,which have a VERY long history of safe consumption, and so that you only need to take in micro doses to get the desired effect, as opposed to weaker e-liquids that require you to vape all day long just to get a small amount of CBD.

One major factor to note- Millions of people have been vaping cannabis oils (for decades/centuries) and nicotine e-liquids safely for many years. Since around approximately 2007. And these reports seem to have begun very recently – i.e. summer of 2019

The Different Types of Terpenes & CBD Oil Explained

How to Use CBD Vape Oils

When it comes to knowing how to use CBD vape oils, first things first is knowing your product. Such as the vape equipment and the type of CBD vape juice you have or plan on using. Is it disposable or refillable? A cartridge or a tank? A pen or a mod? What is the CBD vape oil you have made of? Is it the right kind for the vape you’re going to use? Was it bought from a trustworthy source?

Know Your CBD Vape Equipment

Knowing your CBD vape equipment is just as important as knowing your CBD vape oil. Because if utilised incorrectly, it can at the least – cost you a pretty penny. The easiest way to avoid this is to follow the instructions, or user manual, that came with your new vaporizer. But, let’s go over the different kinds and how they work. As well as, what you can use in them, shall we?

Large Tank Style Vape: Consists of a vape battery of choice with a tank and cotton coil. Will require a CBD e-liquid made of PG and/or VG to fill the tank with. 

Vape Pen: There are two types of CBD Vape Pens, disposable and reusable. The disposable typically comes pre-filled and is all one piece, so once it’s done – it’s done. And you can throw it away. Disposable CBD vape pens are typically draw/inhale to hit – and have no buttons.

The other CBD Vape Pens style is re-usable. This one will consist of a battery which can be recharged that you can attach the cartridge to. Whether you’re using a disposable or refillable cartridge. You can just replace them when you are done.

Disposable Vape Pens: Cartridge will come pre-filled with CBD extract and attached permanently to the battery, once your done, the entire unit is fit for the bin (the least environmentally friendly and not sold on our website for this reason)

Refillable Vape pens/cartridges: Come pre-filled and the cartridge can be topped up with high potency CBD Distillate vape oil. The battery is rechargeable via a USB charger. However, you will want to recycle the cartridge once the coil is burnt. Otherwise, you’ll effect the flavour of the fresh terpene rich oils. You can refill your cartridge with a CBD extract vape oil.

Vape pen kits are typically for beginners but, they are popular with beginners and experienced vapers alike. Purely for the convenience factor. They’re an easy and mess-free option. They also allow more controlled and accurate dosing with a fairly consistent 2.5mg of CBD per puff. 

It is our opinion that vaping CBD concentrates is without a doubt the most enjoyable, cost effective and cleanest way to intake CBD. CBD Concentrates are usually upwards of 70% potency and you can take in larger flavourful doses in one hit. 5mg-30mg-50mg or even 100mg of CBD could be placed into the chamber and vaporised. Plus, the devices used to vaporise CBD Concentrates can be cleaned and reused over and over again which is more environmentally friendly.

Determining Your CBD Dosage

Because each CBD vape pen, DabPen and tank is capable of different levels of vapour output… and each person’s puffs take in different amounts of vapour – there is no definitive way to determine a dosage. That being said, the first step to vaping CBD is knowing how much to vape – and which strength to buy. Several factors go into determining this, such as:

  • CBD strength
  • Delivery method
  • Bodyweight
  • Body chemistry

However, it is highly recommended that you start with the lowest possible dose. Then gradually increase by 5 mg intervals as needed. Because there are so many variables. The lowest dosage possible based off of weight would be:

  • 36-68kg:12mg
  • 68-108kg:18mg
  • 108+kg:25mg

As mentioned, the equipment comes into play as well. For example, a standard Synergy Extracts 0.5mL cartridge can provide approximately 100 puffs total. Depending on puff duration of course. As a result, a 0.5mL cartridge containing 250 mg of CBD will give you around 2.5 mg of CBD per puff. 

Should You Vape CBD?

The answer to this question is, it’s really up to you. At Synergy Extracts, we recommend you research the product before you use it. In many cases your inhaling a lot of unnecessary compounds in order to get your dose of CBD. That’s why our products have no harmful chemicals utilised. Our customers, and their health, matter to us. Otherwise, we wouldn’t be in this business. Although is takes a little bit more knowledge on equipment vaporising CBD Concentrates such as our CBD Crumble, CBD Diamonds and Sauce and CBD Crystal is by far the best option, not to mention more cost effective.

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** Please Note: Depending on the manufacturer/supplier, of any CBD Product, including CBD Vape Pens, the CBD and THC percentage levels may vary. All Synergy Extracts CBD products contain 0% THC and are infused with cannabis-derived, and cannabis-inspired, terpene profiles – featuring the same flavours and scents of your favourite cannabis strains. Or they contain the option to at the very least in cases of our CBD isolate products. Because they contain a full spectrum of different cannabinoids – including CBD, CBG, & CBC – they are ideal as high-potency supplements.

Dabbing CBD VS Vaping  – Which One is Better for You?

Dabbing CBD VS Vaping – Which One is Better for You?

Here at Synergy Extracts, we are proud to be the first ones to produce a line of terpene infused CBD products. Bringing their remarkable combined suspected benefits through the “entourage effect” to everyone. All through a wide variety of products to fit everyone’s needs.

With the rise in interest about, and the current trend turning towards, vaping and dabbing CBD extracts and concentrates… A few questions come to mind for consumers: What is the difference? What is vaping? What is dabbing? How does it work? And which one is better for you?

Even if you may have heard the term, for those of you who don’t know? The type of dabbing we are talking about is NOT the dance your kid got from Fortnite. The kind we are talking about? Is when you apply a concentrated CBD extract to a heated a dab rig to consume your CBD supplement.

Not to mention, you can vape other substances besides liquid e-juice which gets you a nic-fix. But, when dealing with cannabis, you’re vaping either a concentrated extract of THC, CBD, or both.

In the case of vaping or dabbing Synergy Extracts CBD concentrates? All of our CBD extracts have terpenes infused, so that you get the most out of your CBD supplement choice.

But, the biggest difference between vaping and dabbing CBD is going to be the temperature and dosing. And the type of concentrate extract chosen, will determine the temperature you need. We will get into that a bit more later though. To start, what are the different types of CBD concentrates?


The Different Types of CBD Concentrates & Their Reported Effects

There are many types and forms of CBD on the market, and each has its own benefits and uses. The most popular being concentrates, especially when they’re infused with terpenes. Which is when you get the “entourage effect” a broad-spectrum CBD product provides. So what makes CBD concentrates, like a CBD Crumble or CBD Crystal a more sought-after choice?

To understand the “why” behind this trend, you need to know the difference between all forms of CBD oils.


CBD Concentrates VS Other Forms of CBD Oil

Simply put, CBD concentrates and extracts are exactly as they sound. Concentrated forms of the cannabinoid compound CBD extracted from the cannabis plant. While CBD oils are extracts as well, they contain more than the CBD compound alone. They are also compromised of other parts of the plant… along with a few other varying ingredients depending on the source.

Then you also have the CBD oil products that contain terpene profiles. This includes CBD oil concentrates and extracts. These tend to be more popular than the CBD products that don’t have infused terpenes. For a variety of reasons. But, not every company has terpene infused CBD products.

For those of you who are new to this journey, and don’t know what terpenes are… They are a combination of naturally occurring carbon and hydrogen. Which are found in the trichomes (crystals) of the cannabis plant. Although they are not unique to the Cannabis plant.They are responsible for the aromas, and flavours produced in every plant or herb in your kitchen.

And there are many terpene profiles out there. Ranging from “sleepy” terpenes like linalool and mycrene. To “hybrid” and “day-time” terpenes such as pinene, humulene, limonene, and carophyllene. That’s just to name a few. So what makes terpene infused CBD products better than the ones without?

The answer lies within some studies done by the British Journal of Pharmacology done in 2008 and in 2011. Where they discovered that terpenes have roles and suspected benefits of their own. And may be responsible for the many various differences in each strain of cannabis. Like the varying mental and physical effects from said strains. Which cannot be explained by the THC and CBD compound compositions alone.

In those studies, they showed that when terpenes are combined with cannabinoids like CBD… they have the potential of creating the synergistic “entourage effect” in our bodies. Generating a more powerful effect and benefit than just one or the other on their own. But, just what are these suspected benefits and effects from CBD oils and terpenes?

Forms of CBD Oils

  • CBD Oral Pastes – As the name states, this style CBD oil product must be taken orally and comes in a syringe. It cannot be dabbed like some of it’s THC counterparts on the market. Our oral pastes include terpene profiles and consist of 40% CBD oils with 0% THC.
  • CBD Oral Oils/Tinctures – Just like with the oral pastes, CBD oils and tinctures must only be taken orally. They cannot be dabbed or vaped – let alone used as an e-juice liquid. Ours contains terpene profiles, 5-10% CBD oil, and 0% THC.

Forms of CBD Concentrates

  • CBD Concentrate products – These forms of CBD concentrates can be vaped or dabbed. Our CBD extracts come in “crumble” form or “crystalline” form. As well as range from 75% – 90% CBD with 0% THC. They are a more broad spectrum type products as they contain terpenes. Only exception being our isolate where you have the option to add terpenes. But, it will depend on the source you get your CBD product from. As not everyone in the market infuses terpenes into their CBD products.
  • CBD Vape Pen Products – This form typically comes in the form of a cartridge that attaches to a battery. Depending on the cartridge chosen, some are even refillable withn CBD vape oil. Others need the cartridge to be swapped. It’s a very convenient way to take your CBD supplement as it can be brought and utilized almost anywhere. Our CBD vape pen options include terpene profiles and contain 50-54% CBD distillate with 0% THC.

As you can see, CBD concentrates and extracts tend to have a higher level of the CBD compound than CBD vape oils since you don’t need to worry about keeping the extract in a fluid state. Which is why more people are choosing them compared to their counterpart. It would be a given that the suspected mental and physical benefits of CBD would be better in higher forms. At least, that’s the thought process behind it all. But, which way to take the CBD concentrate is better for you? A CBD Oil Vape Pen? Or a CBD Oil Wax used with a dab rig or dab pen?


CBD Oil Vape Pen VS Dabbing CBD Concentrates

Vaping CBD oil cartridges and taking large CBD dabs – what is the difference? Simply speaking, the key distinction is in the way they are heated… as well as the amount of the CBD compound which can be taken in one dose.

Not to mention, most CBD oil vape cartridges, need a special type of extract which remains fluid and doesn’t crystallise. While a cbd concentrate extract doesn’t. The solid concentrate can be placed the dab pen and will melt when heated.

Also, the manner in HOW the concentrated CBD oil extract is dabbed is another difference.

Using a vape pen with cartridge for the CBD oil can be healthier as you completely avoid the combustion process. They use a heating method with controlled and consistent dosing – keeping the CBD extract in the chamber. When the air around that chamber is heated and reaches a certain temperature – it releases a vapour. Which is in turn inhaled.

While a dab rig requires you to heat up what is called a “nail” until hot before placing the CBD wax on the nail’s hot plate. This then releases the vapour to be inhaled and is a conductive heating method.

Dabbing the CBD product leaves room for larger doses and can also leave behind a stronger, longer lasting odour and flavour. Whereas vaping the CBD oil leaves a scent for only a few seconds. Not to mention, depending on the dab rig chosen, it’s not that convenient to bring anywhere you would like. Due to most being a glass piece like a bong. While a CBD vape pen or CBD vape mod will look a lot like their nicotine counterparts. Making them more discreet and suitable to bring anywhere.

Why is Temperature Important?

 At certain high temperatures, you stop vapourising and begin combusting. As long as you don’t reach temperatures where combustion begins to release burnt smoke, vaping CBD oil or dabbing a CBD concentrate is much healthier than smoking CBD flower via a joint, pipe or bong.


So Which One is Better for You? Vaping cartridges or Dabbing CBD extracts?

As you can see, both vaping cartridges and dabbing can be far healthier than other methods and are both great at providing a dose of pure CBD. And both have varying benefits. All depending on the purity, cannabinoid content and terpene profile of the product chosen. Along with your own endocannabinoid make-up.

The key if dabbing is making sure you know if the dab pen or dab rig you buy is heated through accurate electrical temperature control or is the type you need to heat with a blow torch. The latter being harder at keeping temperatures below 210°C to avoid combusting the extract into smoke, which often ruins the flavor and scorches the terpenes.

Since dabbing devices can be cleaned with Isopropynol and re-used they are also slightly more environmentally friendly and cost effective.

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** Please Note: Depending on the manufacturer/supplier, of any CBD Product, the CBD and THC percentage levels may vary. All Synergy Extracts CBD products contain 0% THC and are infused with cannabis-derived, and cannabis-inspired, terpene profiles – featuring the same flavours and scents of your favourite cannabis strains. Or they contain the option to at the very least in cases of our CBD isolate products. Because they contain a full spectrum of different cannabinoids – including CBD, CBG, & CBC – they are ideal as high-potency supplements.

The Different Types of Terpenes & CBD Oil Explained

The Different Types of Terpenes & CBD Oil Explained

What Are The Different Types of Terpenes & CBD Oil?

Here at Synergy Extracts, we have pioneered the first range of terpene infused CBD products – and are proud to have done so. Bringing their combined, and amazing, suspected benefits to everyone. But, just what are terpenes? What is CBD? What are the different types of terpenes and CBD? And lastly, what are the different effects between them all?

To put it simply, terpenes are a combination of naturally occurring carbon and hydrogen found in the trichomes (crystals) of the cannabis plant. They are responsible for the colours, aromas, and flavours produced not just in the cannabis plant, but in every plant. Such as herbs, fruits, and vegetables. They are also believed to be responsible for the many various differences in each strain as discovered in a 2011 study of the British Journal of Pharmacology (B.J.P.).

Whereas CBD (cannabidiol), is a cannabinoid. Which has only been found in the cannabis plant. Some of its suspected benefits range from physical (like reducing nausea) and mental (anti-anxiety). Before a 2008 study by the B.J.P., active cannabinoids like CBD were believed to be the only property to bind to the endocannabinoid receptors of our brains.

Both terpenes and cannabinoids like CBD have their own suspected benefits and purposes, as well as, amplify the other’s – creating the synergistic “entourage effect” as shown in some studies by the British Journal of Pharmacology. However, what about their specific, and various, differences?


The Different Types of Terpenes & Their Effects

There are over 100 different types of terpenes found in the cannabis plant, each with their own benefits, that are also found in various other plants as well. Depending on the plant, they could have any combination of terpenes, of varying levels. With the handful of terpenes that have higher levels, being the ones whose effects you see.

However, that all being said, there are 5 main terpene profiles that are commonly found in, and contribute to the effects of, high CBD cannabis. But, which ones are suspected to do what, with so little research into the subject?


Sleepy Terpenes VS Day-Time Strains

The terpenes found in the cannabis plant can be put into two main categories: “sleepy” terpenes, and “day-time” strains. And it’s exactly as it sounds. They either give you a sleepy, sedative, relaxed feeling – or a feeling of having your energy boosted, as well as, your mood and focus improved. Which ones are which? And what are their suspected effects and benefits that they bring to the table?


Sleepy Terpenes

  • Linalool – Will typically have a lavender-like aroma. And just like lavender, linalool has been suspected to show properties and effects such as: reducing anxiety. In some cases. Some people even use it in topical homoeopathic remedies for skin care to take care of issues like acne and other skin issues.
  • Mycrene – Has an earthy, musky, and lightly fruity aroma – sometimes clove-like even. When combined with THC, it can incapacitate you but, when combined with only CBD it  can just gives you a nice relaxed feeling instead.


Hybrid Terpenes

  • Pinene – If this terpene’s name wasn’t a dead giveaway, it gives off a nice piney smell. This one can be either a “sleepy” or “day-time” terpene depending on a couple of different factors. One being if it’s an alpha-pinene (a-pinene) or a beta-pinene (b-pinene). The other on how much is really in the balance of the full-spectrum CBD you’re using. Some of the suspected benefits are: memory improvement. alertness, increase in general energy levels, improved focus, suppressed activity, and increased sleep duration.
  • Humulene – This terpene has a hops or coriander smell to it. In some studies, it’s been suspected to suppress appetite. As well as, have anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and pain relief properties.


Day-Time Strains

  • Limonene – Has a citrusy-type aroma – from lemon to orange. Who wouldn’t love it? Allegedly the benefits of this fun terpene are mood improvement, heartburn and acid reflux relief, anti-anxiety and anti-depressant, nausea relief and helps the immune system. Which if you have an immune system disorder, this may be the one for you.
  • Caryophyllene – Will have a herby or peppery smell – just like oregano, black pepper and the other various herbs this one is found in. The most common caryophyllene found is beta-caryophyllene. In multiple studies by the British Journal of Pharmacology, they have discovered many suspected benefits of this particular terpene. Some studies have shown that this terpene theoretically has gastro-protective properties and attaches to the CB2 Receptors in our brains.

As you can see, terpenes have a lot to offer, and it makes a lot of sense given all the holistic aromatherapy options there are out there. But, if terpenes are the main cause of the various effects… what about CBD and the different types and forms it comes in? How do they play a role?

The Different Types of CBD
and Their Effects


While further research is being done into terpenes – more specifically the ones from the cannabis plant – the CBD cannabinoid does have its own role and alleged benefits. Studies have shown it to have the potential for both mental, and physical benefits such as anti-anxiety benefits, pain relief benefits and more.

In theory, the type of CBD you use, and the form it comes in will play a major role in how well it will work. And it will vary from person to person even based off of each person’s unique endocannabinoid system. But, just what are the different types of CBD?

Full Spectrum VS Broad Spectrum VS CBD Isolates

There are 3 main types of CBD you will see out and about – full spectrum, broad spectrum, and isolates. And it can be confusing and overwhelming trying to choose one. However, there is a major difference in their strength and effectiveness depending on which type you choose. To put it simply, 100 milligrams of synthetic, single-molecule CBD? Is not equivalent to 100 milligrams of a CBD-rich whole plant cannabis extract.

  • Full Spectrum CBD – Full-spectrum essentially means the product is derived from the whole plant. A full spectrum product typically contains all compounds found naturally occurring in the plant. Including terpenes, essential oils, and other cannabinoids – that work together to magnify the therapeutic benefits of each individual cannabinoid.

It’s suspected that this is going to be the best type to choose if you want as much of the benefits and effects as possible. Not singling out a single part of the plant, or eliminating a portion. However, in the UK and US especially, any legally sold CBD product will contain little to no THC – and be within the legal amounts. This way you avoid getting the “high” feeling you get from THC, yet still, get amazing benefits and the “entourage effect”.

  • Broad Spectrum CBD – Broad spectrum CBD products are a happy little in-between of Isolate and Full Spectrum. Just like full spectrum products, the other compounds found within the plant are preserved in the extract. However, just like in a CBD Isolate, the THC compound is completely removed.

Broad spectrum CBD products can produce the “entourage effect” as they contain as many compounds of the plant possible, without the THC. Just not to the extent a full spectrum product can.

  • CBD Isolates – A CBD isolate will be the purest form of CBD you can get. As, scientifically speaking, an isolate is the purest form of a compound. Which is produced by singularly extracting that compound from its environment. Then isolating it from all other compounds of course. However, you will not get the “entourage” effect by solely using an isolate.

Isolates, and other CBD products, are typically extracted from hemp as the hemp plant has basically 0 THC, although may contain some traces. Including full spectrum and broad spectrum CBD products.


The Different Forms of CBD


Just like with CBD’s cousin THC, there have been many different ways to consume the supplement introduced over the years. We here at Synergy Extracts ®, have quite a few to choose from ourselves. When facing so many options, it can be difficult to choose. Let’s start with:


CBD Pens VS CBD Crumble


  • CBD Crumble Products – Also known as “Cannabinoid Crumble”, crumble products can be dabbed or vaped but, not added to foods. Our crumble options contain approximately 75%-85% CBD and 0% THC, and include terpene profiles.
  • CBD Vape Pen Products – Our CBD vape pen option contains 5%-50% CBD distillate, and 0% THC, and include terpene profiles. Depending on the cartridge chosen – you can even refill it with our CBD oil for vape pens (AKA CBD vape oil) when needed – or just interchange the cartridge. This makes this a very convenient product that can be brought and utilized anywhere.


CBD Oral Paste VS CBD Oral Oils/Tinctures

  • CBD Oral Paste – This type of product must be taken orally, and cannot be dabbed. Our oral pastes (AKA CBD Extracts) come in a syringe and consist of 40% CBD oils, and 0% THC – as well as include terpene profiles.
  • CBD Oral Oils/Tinctures – Also known as “Oral CBD”, any CBD oil or tincture that can be taken orally – must only be taken orally, and cannot be dabbed or vaped. Ours contains: 5-10% CBD oils and 0% THC, as well as terpene profiles.


CBD Distillates VS CBD Crystals


  • CBD Distillates – Distillates are a form of CBD isolates. But, are more of a broad spectrum type product when dealing with us here at Synergy Extracts. As we incorporate a full spectrum of different cannabinoids like CBD, CBG, and CBC into our distillate products. Distillates can be dabbed, vaped, or added to e-liquid. However, they cannot be added to foods. Ours contains 75% CBD and 0% THC. While this particular product may not be supplemented by our terpenes – they can be at the client’s request.
  • CBD Crystals – Also known as CBD Isolate. This is a CBD product you’re going to receive CBD in its purest form in as there are no other traces of cannabinoids besides CBD in it. Ours, in particular, contains 90% CBD, and 0% THC. Just like with the CBD distillate, CBD crystals can be dabbed vaped or added to e-liquid. However, cannot be taken orally.

Bringing it All Together and Which Ones Would be Best for You?


As you can see, utilizing terpene-infused CBD supplements have great, and varying alleged benefits. All depending on the cannabinoid and terpene profile of the product – and your own endocannabinoid make-up.

A day-time strain would be better for when you need to be awake and improve focus and alertness. While a night-time or “sleepy-time” strain would be best for night -time to help you relax or with insomnia. While a hybrid should theoretically do both.

So, what’s really the best one for you? The CBD supplement product with the cannabinoid and terpene profile, type, and form that works for your needs.

** Please Note: Depending on the manufacturer/supplier, of any CBD Product, the CBD and THC percentage levels may vary. All Synergy Extracts CBD products contain 0% THC and are infused with cannabis-derived, and cannabis-inspired, terpene profiles – featuring the same flavours and scents of your favourite cannabis strains. Or they contain the option to at the very least in cases of our CBD isolate products. Because they contain a full spectrum of different cannabinoids – including CBD, CBG, & CBC – they are ideal as high-potency supplements.

10 Things to Consider Before Buying a CBD Vape Pen

10 Things to Consider Before Buying a CBD Vape Pen

As CBD products gain mainstream awareness, you may consider buying a CBD vape pen online or at a local shop. In this article, we’re going to go over some things you should consider before you commit to that purchase.


Vaping CBD Is the Most Efficient Method

There is a multitude of ways you can consume CBD – either through smoking, ingesting, or sublingually. CBD can also be vaped, and some research suggests that vaping may be the most effective delivery method.

CBD Bioavailability is the amount of CBD that enters into your bloodstream. Once it’s in your blood, it can be utilised by your body. The amount varies depending on which way you consume CBD.  

Research has found that vaporizing CBD has a bioavailability of 34-46%. For comparison, ingesting CBD has a bioavailability of less than 10% and sublingually has around 20%. So this means that vaporising CBD is the most effective method of consumption.


Correct Vaping Temperature

One important thing to remember when purchasing a CBD vape pen is to make sure that it’s vaping at the proper temperature. Poorly constructed vape pens allow the heating element to become too hot, thus ruining the CBD product.

When CBD vape oil gets too hot, it can lead to the sublimation of the thinning agents or other materials in the vape oil. One recent study suggests that the ideal vaping temperature is 210°C, although the typical range is 180°C-200°C.

In any case, it’s essential to check if the CBD vape pen states at what temperature it operates at, or if you can control it yourself.


CBD Vape Pen Cost

Luckily, CBD vape pens are not all that expensive, and many affordable options exist. Going with a vape pen starter kit is usually a reliable strategy. However, if you like to spec things out for yourself, you can browse different models.

If you’re thinking about going for a CBD vape starter kit, then Synergy Extracts can provide a premium quality CBD vape pen kit. Even vape enthusiasts will be impressed, and possibly surprised, by the quality of these kits.

On the high-end of the spectrum, you have tank style vapes with voltage control. The middle range has pens that are generally refillable. On the lower end, you have one-time use or “disposable” pens.

Typically, voltage controlled tank style pens can cost up to £80. The best bang for your buck is the refillable pen styles, which usually cost £50-£60. Disposable CBD vape pens can cost £25 or under but can’t be re-used.

Vaping Discretion

Except for tank style vapes, CBD vape pens are typically very discreet. This is because they look pretty much the same as other e-cigarette vaporisers. If you’re looking for a discreet option, then using a CBD vape pen is the best way to go.

Ease of Use With CBD Vape Pens

Depending on which model you go for, CBD vape pens have effortless operation. Many times it’s just a push of a button, while others only require you to inhale to fire up the coils.

Tank styles and some pen vapes have adjustable voltage and temperature settings. While not overly complicated, it adds a bit of depth to the functioning of the vaporiser. Also, these types of vape pens need to be refilled with CBD vape oil.

If you don’t care too much about configuration, then disposable CBD vape pens are an excellent option.

Typically they’re ready to start vaping straight out of the package. These don’t require a setup process, and instead, just press the button and inhale.


In general, keep an eye out for high-quality vape pens. Higher prices don’t equate to a superior product, so it’s imperative that you review every aspect of the vape pen or vape kit. Read reviews and the experiences of other users and make sure it’s from a reputable company.

Typically, tank or pen style CBD vape pens are more reliable than disposable vapes.  However, if you don’t take proper care of your vaporiser, then it may not function well. So always maintain your vaporiser to keep it operating smoothly.


Cost Effectiveness

So which is the most cost-effective CBD vape you can buy? Generally speaking, tank style or pen style CBD vape pens are the best bang for your buck.

Buying your own CBD vape oil and refilling your device or replacing parts is much cheaper than buying a disposable. Although tank and pen CBD vapes cost 2-3 times the price, not including the oil, they’re still less expensive in the long run.



If convenience is a concern for you, then disposable types of CBD vape pens will be right for you. With disposables, there’s no need for charging, refilling or changing any settings.

Everything is ready to go right out of the box, you only need to pick up the pen and puff.    


CBD Vape-Oil Quality

Not all CBD vape oils are created equally, and at Synergy Extracts, we only use the highest quality extracts and oils. To get the most out of your CBD vape pen, you need to purchase only the best quality CBD vape oil.

Trying to do this is not as easy as it may first appear.

Make sure that the CBD vape oils are free from any thinning agents like propylene glycol (PG). A study has found that the PG found in many vape oils can cause respiratory problems. So do extensive research on the CBD vape oil that you purchase or is being pre-packaged in a CBD vape pen.

Vape the Right Oil

First of all, you need to make sure that you can obtain CBD vape oil meant for vaporising. Many CBD oils are for sublingual use and can’t be used in your CBD vape pen. The problem is that there are cuticle waxes that end up in the oil. Usually, these aren’t a problem if using sublingually, but they can cause a buildup in the lungs if vaped.

So always make sure that you’re using a CBD vape oil that has been winterised and all other plants parts removed from the liquid.


Making the Right Choice when selecting a CBD Vape Pen

There are many reasons why buying a CBD pen will improve the quality and experience of taking CBD. Now that you know about the various aspects of CBD vape pens, you’ll be much more confident when investing in a new CBD vape pen product.

CBD Vape Pen – Should you use one?

CBD Vape Pen – Should you use one?

Should You Use a CBD Pen?

A CBD pen is a handy, portable device used for vaping CBD e-liquids and oil concentrates. Some come with refillable tanks, while others use disposable cartridges.

These devices work exactly like a regular e-cigarette. In fact, oil concentrate tanks (atomisers) are available for conventional e-liquid vapes.

The battery feeds power to a metal coil, which then heats up and vaporises the CBD mixture into an aerosol.

Vape pens carry several advantages. If you’re interested in vaping CBD, there are a few things you need to know.

CBD Pen Advantages

Ingestion is a very popular method when using CBD. Tinctures and capsules, for instance, are simple and discreet. Edibles, meanwhile, turn your daily CBD dose into a treat.

But pens have benefits as well.

CBD Loss is Offset

When you vape CBD oil, you don’t have to experience the loss that comes through ingesting it.  According to a study published in the U.S. National Library of Medicine, cannabinoids (like CBD) have lower peak levels when ingested. The study also reveals that these peak levels are lower than inhalation.

This is mainly due to the mode of delivery.  Edibles can take between 30 minutes to four hours before having an effect, Health Canada explains. The delay occurs because of the time needed for digestion.

Vaping, on the other hand, sends the CBD directly into your bloodstream via inhalation. This means the effects can be almost instantaneous, peaking at around 30 minutes.

Aside from improved efficacy, vaping is also quite easy. Although there are more advanced devices out there, a simple pen is all you need. These typically come in kits and can be quite cheap.

CBD Pens Are Very Discreet

It’s possible to vape CBD without awkward looks and uncomfortable stares from bystanders. That’s why vaping can be such a good option. Vaping is socially acceptable these days, so no one bats an eyelid when they see someone vaping. You can vape CBD discreetly without attracting unwanted attention.

Getting the Most Out of a CBD Pen

Stick to Vaping, as mentioned above, if you want the best experience. Ideally, use a high-density CBD vape.

Aside from lower longevity, vaping generates superior results compared to ingestion; however, this does not mean that every product is of high quality. In fact, the market is saturated with sub-par CBD liquids.

With this in mind, it helps to understand the basics of these liquids to benefit as much as possible.

E-Liquid vs. Oil

An important thing to keep in mind is the difference between CBD e-liquids and CBD vape oils. E-liquids are identical to the vape juices used in e-cigarettes, except the latter contain nicotine. These CBD products can work in a standard “vape”. Like their nicotine counterparts, CBD e-juices use vegetable glycerin (VG) and/or propylene glycol (PG) as carriers.

However, there is a marked difference between VG and PG that indicates quality. Low-end juices tend to contain the man-made PG chemical, which is known to cause occasional allergic reactions. VG, however, is derived from vegetable oil and is not associated with allergies.

Oil, on the other hand, does not use carriers like VG or PG. It is also incompatible with a standard e-cigarette tank. Fortunately, many pens work with both oils and e-liquids. If not, getting an appropriate tank for a basic vape pen is very inexpensive.

Synergy Extracts doesn’t like to use carriers like VG and PG, opting instead for a pure, full spectrum oil. Thanks to our manufacturing process, we’re able to design the oil to vaporise without the need for additional ingredients.

Isolate vs. Full Spectrum

There are two possible types of CBD vape extracts. Isolate is processed in such a way that any additional terpenes are filtered out, leaving up to 99% pure CBD. On the surface, this may sound great; however, it isn’t.

Cannabinoids like CBD rely on the “entourage effect,” where terpenes and other cannabinoids interact with the CBD (or THC) to maximise its efficacy. Isolate essentially cuts CBD off at the knees.

Full spectrum CBD is the opposite. Unlike isolate, the process does not remove additional terpenes, resulting in a stronger product. Make sure to choose vape juices or oils that are full spectrum.

Another thing to watch out for is how the item is manufactured. The finest CBD products are created through highly complex (and expensive) CO2 extraction process.

Always Check the Concentration

You need to know what you’re getting when you use your vape pen. That’s why it’s important to check the concentration. These can range from as little as 50mg to easily over 1,000mg. Higher concentrations are, naturally, more expensive.

Further Info

  • Vaping CBD does not involve combustion, so there is no exposure to hydrocarbons and carcinogens from burnt herb.
  • Our CBD vape liquids are 100% Legal in the UK, as the CBD is derived from industrial hemp and terpenes are also 100% Legal.
  • Synergy Extracts’ vape oils are so effective that a few puffs are all it takes to get a normal dose of CBD.

Browse our full range of Cannabinoid Distillate Vape Pens, with refill cartridges and refill vape liquids here

CBD Oil – What is it? and what does it do?

CBD Oil – What is it? and what does it do?

If you want to learn more about CBD oils, we can help you out. It’s important to get informed because knowledge is power, and that’s certainly true here. Read on to find out answers to some of your most pressing questions regarding CBD oil.

CBD Oils – What is it?

First of all, what is CBD? It means cannabidiol, which is a constituent part of hemp and cannabis. It occurs completely naturally, so there is nothing artificial about it. CBD oil refers to cannabis oil, and it always contains cannabidiol. This is extracted from certain varieties of cannabis. CBD is entirely non-psychotropic, and therefore it doesn’t give you the highs that many people instantly associate with cannabis. It carries many benefits, and that’s why more people are beginning to use it all the time. See our range here.

What Are the Potential Benefits?

Many people believe that CBD can help them fight anxiety and stress. In general, though, it’s something that could make a user feel better as they move through life and take on daily challenges. The potential is to improve their general wellness, CBD becomes a staple of their daily routine. We all lead busy and stressful lives these days, and that can make maintaining a balance more difficult than ever before. Luckily, hemp extract and CBD can help you with that.

How is Hemp Different From Marijuana?

Hemp and marijuana are not the same things, and it’s important to highlight this distinction. They come from the same genus of plant, but that doesn’t make them identical because their genetic profiles are very different. These days, hemp is bred to increase the amount of terpenes and cannabinoids. Hemp is essentially for people who want to experience the benefits of marijuana but don’t want to have to deal with the euphoric highs that come with it.

How Safe is it to Use CBD?

Hemp is very safe, and this is something that there is broad agreement on. It doesn’t cause people to feel high in the way that marijuana does, and it’s not believed to cause any negative side effects that might be unpleasant for users of CBD and hemp generally. However, everyone experiences these products differently. And if you have any further questions or concerns, speak to a medical professional before taking your interest in potentially using CBD any further.

Is Buying Hemp CBD Oils Legal?

Hemp CBD oil can be shipped anywhere across the country legally. So, you don’t even have to live in a part of the world where cannabis has been legalised. And you certainly don’t need to have a card which certifies you as a user of medicinal cannabis. This oil is legal and easy to transport. CBD oil UK is easy to get your hands on, and you won’t have to worry about legal issues at all.

More and more people are turning to the benefits of hemp CBD oil, so it’s something you should consider too. Now you know more about it, nothing’s stopping you.

An introduction to “Dabbing” (inhaling CBD concentrates)

An introduction to “Dabbing” (inhaling CBD concentrates)

The first time I saw someone inhaling a dab of cannabis oil I thought it looked like they were consuming a more illicit substance. The process involved a blowtorch, a glass or titanium piece, and a thick, super sticky oily substance known as a “concentrate”. The concentrate immediately turned to clean milky white vapour upon meeting the heated glass and, as the water bubbled away, I inhaled a surprisingly clean hit with a herbal and super tasty piney aroma. It tasted like that beautiful smell you inhale when you open a fresh package of premium quality Hemp flowers, a smell that is often compromised during smoking because of the butane in your lighter and the combustion of the plant material.

dab blog image 2I really didn’t fully understand what a dab was at the time, but I instantly knew it would replace vaping or smoking for me, as it just felt so healthy and clean, and probably the most flavourful method I’d come across. That was a couple years ago now, just before I started this legal CBD business. Since then, dabs have gotten only more popular, both in U.S states where it’s legal, like Washington and Colorado, and in the parts of the country that haven’t come around the corner yet. Illegal THC Dabs are being demonised as a dangerously powerful drug in those countries where THC cannabis is still illegal, while many smokers in legal states just scoff at dabbing as a stupid way to get higher than you need to, akin to chugging a beer, but the truth is dabbing is one of the cleanest and effective ways of delivering cannabinoids to the body.

Dabs are actually more interesting than they get credit for. Most evidence points to them being far healthier than the standard way of inhaling cannabinoids. There is no combustion of the plant material, no need for carriers like propylene glycol(PG) and vegetable glycerin(VG). The effects are quicker and cleaner than conventional smoking methods, and the bioavailability much higher than orally administered legal CBD cannabis concentrates (the substance that makes dabbing possible) Dabs promise more innovation than any other sector of the legal industry. And with the introduction of terpenes, it sure is a pleasurable way to enjoy CBD.



The Hardware needed

The traditional dab rig setup includes a water pipe with a nail, which are usually made from quartz glass or surgical grade titanium. You’ll also need a metal utensil to collect your concentrate and place it on that heated nail. The traditional setup requires a blowtorch to heat up the nail, but there are some very high quality battery powered devices now, which are known as E-nails (electric nails). As well as some small portable Dab pens.

To start off, you can buy an electronic nail, which plugs into your wall and heats itself to a specified temperature. These can be pricey, starting around £100 and getting more expensive if you want more control over the temperature. But it’s the easiest introduction into dabbing you can get.

“E-nail kits are a good investment. I have one at home, and you can really dial it down,” “You can do a low-temp dab on the e-nail to preserve more of the aroma compounds(known as terpenes) giving more flavoursome vapours which coat your taste buds. The other option is to buy a dab pen. They are similar to e-cigarettes or vape pens but have been modified to take single hits of CBD concentrates. Dab pens will run you £30 to £100 and will replicate most aspects of the traditional dab rig while also being portable and far more discreet.

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So now that you have your dab setup, what are you going to put into it? That’s where things get a little bit more complicated.


What to look out for in a dabbing concentrate.

Not all co2 extracts on the current market are equal. Most aren’t suitable for dabbing as they contain an excess of naturally occurring plant waxes/lipids/oils which are picked up during the high pressure Co2 extraction. We covered this here (link) in a previous article. Basically anything under 80% CBD will contain lots of polyunsaturated fatty acids which you don’t really want to inhale. If an extract was say 50% CBD the other 50% will contain a bunch of waxes.

“What strain was used for this concentrate?”

The only way to produce a top-shelf concentrate is to start with good hemp material. It doesn’t need to be a picturesque flower—it’s all going to be ground up and shot into a pressurized machine—but the starting material will determine a lot of the final product.

“What solvent was used on this concentrate?”

Almost all concentrates use some kind of solvent to separate the cannabinoids and terpenes from the rest of the hemp plant material. The classic example is butter—heat crushed up hemp in butter, strain out the plant material, and you have CBD-laced butter ready to be baked or spread on anything. Butter is effective for the home concentrate maker, but the chemists working on modern concentrates opt for more efficient solvents like butane, propane, ethyl alcohol, or carbon dioxide.

Rosin is one of the solvent-free concentrates available on the market. It is made by heating and squeezing the resinous sap out of flower buds. This solvent-free process eliminates any need for more refining (see below). Don’t confuse rosin with “live resin” or “loud resin,” which do use solvents (see about that naming thing?).

“Was this concentrate refined or distilled?”

Extraction is usually the first of multiple steps when creating concentrates. If a petroleum-based solvent was used, like butane or propane, the lab will need to further refine that solvent out of the concentrate. Further refining or distilling of the concentrate will also increase its strength and certain flavor profiles.

When you look at the difference between your bottom shelf and your single malt whiskey alcohol, it’s the preparation that went into it. So when you’re looking at your distilled concentrates, they’re taking more time for the experience of the smoothness of your concentrate vapour. It’s something we have been perfecting here at Synergy Extracts®.

Don’t take to much

There’s some irony in dabbing—it’s a clinical way to administer good doses of CBD extremely quickly, but most of the people who dab regularly do so moderately. It’s common to see people taking small dabs, say 0.05g(50mg)or about the size of a hemp seed. If you’re using a 70 percent CBD concentrate, you’re getting 35 milligrams of CBD per 0.05(50mg) gram hit, or about three average dosed CBD capsules. Frequent dabbers will likely microdose , multiple dabs of this size, so they could ultimately be ingesting more than 100 milligrams of CBD per day.

If you are trying dabbing for the first time, you should certainly use restraint. A smaller dab will let you enjoy the smoothness and flavours. A lot of dabs that people get the first time are too big, so start small.

But once you have a feel for dabs, I’d recommend finding a time when you have absolutely nothing you need to do and nowhere to go. Sit down on the couch and inhale a good-size dab of top-shelf terpene infused concentrate—and you’ll be as relaxed as you have ever been.

Learn About hemp CBD oils, so many brands, what do I look out for?

Learn About hemp CBD oils, so many brands, what do I look out for?

There has been a huge boom in the UK CBD oil market, and quite rightly so, it’s a fantastic 100% legal cannabinoid and we are all hard wired to respond positively to phytocannabinoid supplementation. It’s great to see so many entrepreneurial companies popping up, with an aim in helping others and spreading the word on the healing potential of the cannabis sativa plant family, for everyone, young and old. The problem is they all have their own ways of describing their product which we have noticed, creates immense confusion for some new to the industry. For first time buyers it can be a total minefield, trying to get their head around all the talk of MG(milligrams), CBD concentration in %(percentages) and ML(millilitres). So we will try to clear up a few things here in layman’s terms, and the 3 most important things to look out for when buying CBD oil products in the UKWe will never compromise on the safety and quality of our 100% natural and organic products


Most companies with CBD hemp oil for sale in the UK make it tricky and very hard to work out how much CBD there is in milligrams(MG) in their products. The amount of CBD in milligrams is the most important thing to look out for. Don’t get to hung up on percentages when it comes to oral CBD tinctures, look at the price first and then the CBD content in MG. If they don’t list it, don’t buy it. Some sneaky manufacturers are wording there bottles with statements such as, 5000mg of (10% CBD oil or 10% FEHO), this would lead the average newcomer to believe the product contains 5000mg of cannabidiol(CBD) when really it contains 500mg(a big difference). Once you hunt out the CBD content in MG, you can then compare from one seller to the next who is giving you the best value CBD content for your hard earned money.


It’s important that you see an analysis of your product that has been done AFTER the hemp CBD extract has been formulated and blended with the CBD supplement manufacturer’s chosen carrier oil. Most CBD oil suppliers are using one of a handful of large co2 extraction facilities across Europe, using one(or a few)of the legally approved strains of low THC non-psychoactive cannabis, otherwise known as “HEMP”. These suppliers will provide a detailed and highly accurate laboratory analysis of the CBD hemp pastes they are selling. But it’s important that CBD manufacturers have their CBD products analysed once again AFTER they have been formulated into their CBD E-liquids, CBD tinctures and CBD cosmetics. Otherwise there is absolutely no way of guaranteeing the CBD content they have listed.


With the medical cannabis community starting to look deeper into the extreme importance of these little aromatic molecules, it’s becoming clear, CBD or THC alone, purified and without terpenes is…. not so effective. High quality Co2 hemp extracts rich in CBD tend to be void of the pleasant smelling medicinal “monoterpenes” such as alpha-pinene, d-limonene, linalool and myrcene, and mainly have an abundance of terpene’s known as “sesquiterpenes” such as beta-caryophyllene and humulene. Beta-caryophyllene is a plant terpene capable of working on the endo-cannabinoid systems CB2 receptors, it’s a fantastically healthy addition to the diet of anyone, with or without cannabinoids, and is also found in black pepper(piper nigrum) as well as many other plant’s throughout nature. The problem we find is that terpenes behave similar to a pure alcohol, and tend to completely evaporate slowly when left out at room temperature, or extremely quickly when exposed to moderate to high temperatures. High temperatures are fundamentally important in converting CBD in its acid form “CBDA” to its not acid form“CBD”, so the CBD molecule can lock onto our endocannabinoid systems receptors and work their magic. So again it’s vital for the CBD oil extracts to have terpenes to be effective, so if you want the best quality CBD oil in the UK make sure the manufacturer has either processed the oils at low temperatures or reintroduced monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes after the product has been decarboxylated. Not only will this increase the flavour, but also the effectiveness. Here at CBD Synergy HQ we like to say. Flavourful = powerful.

The Psychoactive Substances Act

The Psychoactive Substances Act

Where does that leave cannabidiol (CBD) and essential oils (and many other food items in our cupboards!)

The Psychoactive Substance Bill 2016

The Psychoactive Substances bill 2016, which came into effect on the 26th of May 2016, has left some of us puzzled and scratching our heads. The act completely bans psychoactive substances or “legal highs” in the UK. But when you look at the definition of a psychoactive substance by the bill it could technically be considered anything. Herbs, spices, fruit, flowers, essential oils and even chocolate.
A psychoactive substance is defined in the bill as written:

‘ For the purposes of this Act a substance produces a psychoactive effect in a person if, by stimulating or depressing the person’s central nervous system (CNS), it affects the person’s mental functioning or emotional state; and references to a substance’s psychoactive effects are to be read accordingly.’

It was immediately clear to us that this would not include CBD because… It defines a psychoactive substance as:

-one that has an effect on the CNS causing a change in emotion or mental functioning


-one that is not a food

CBD is always listed as “non-psychoactive” in medical literature. CBD doesn’t directly effect the CNS, it effects peripheral systems not the CNS. This is backed up by an abundance of literature.

CBD is also listed as a food product and is found in small amounts(0.1-0.2%) in the hemp “seed” oil readily available across UK supermarkets and independent health food stores.

So now we know where CBD stands in the law we can breathe a sigh of relief that this amazing plant molecule will remain available (legally) in the UK. But what about terpenes?..

Flowers, herbs, spices, fruit, coffee, perfume, beer and even spirits like gin, absinthe and whisky contain aromatic molecules called terpenes. Terpenes are what gives them their unique aroma and flavour. When terpenes are inhaled they trigger your CNS and effect your emotional state so could this mean the sheer joy experienced when smelling some freshly cut flowers makes the flowers illegal?!?

The National Institute of Health defines aromatherapy as “the inhalation of the scent that are extracted from plants. When the terpenes are nasally inhaled, they cross the blood-brain barrier into the olfactory bulb where nerve pathways allow chemical reactions to travel into the limbic system. This primitive brain structure can regulate emotion and mood”

Could the burning of frankincense resin in churches now be an illegal practice? Could aromatherapy essential oils be banned? Or drinking fresh, handmade and zesty lemonade?  Surely not. That said, the definition of a psychoactive substance is so broad that currently all of these groups are caught by the Bill.  So, in line with other legislation that has been introduced without giving thought to the actual impact, a list of exemptions is being drawn up and we can only hope aromatherapy is given a pass along with the tea, coffee, alcohol and any other food, fruit, plant or flavouring containing terpenes. To ban terpenes you are essentially banning nature and pleasure.

Our initial feeling is the bill was introduced to completely outlaw the trade in “legal highs” especially the new generation of chemical “designer” drugs that are synthesised to mimic the effects of traditional illicit substances including LSD and ecstasy. However, they really need to make it more clear what is, and what is not, exempted.

Current news reports suggest that aromatherapy and homeopathic remedies will be exempted but until we see it in writing we will remain uneasy.

We will update the blog as soon as the Home Office clarifies the situation. In the meantime, keep calm in the fact CBD remains legal in the UK .