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The 411 on All Things CBD Bud and Dry Vaping

All things CBD bud and dry vaping may be of interest to you because most in the hemp community are mostly into smoking the flower. Vaping is becoming more common for more than one reason, but the main reason is some do not like the burnt taste when smoking the flag. The other reason is that if you are sensitive in a respiratory way, they vaping is better for you because you inhale the vapor not the burnt flower. So let’s talk the 411 on all things CBD bud and vaping.




  • What Do You Vape?
  • Why Vaping is Important?
  • How You do Vaping?
  • Which Flowers are Best to Vape?
  • “The 411” Last Words
  • Dr. Strains CBD Weekly Specials “Spotte”


All Things CBD Bud and Vaping — What Do You Vape?

For those who do not like smoking CBD buds, don’t worry because there is another pulmonary administration of CBD. The alternate method is dry vaping.  When you either vape or smoke, you get the maximum benefit from the CBD bud because that is the purest form.  When the hemp plant reaches its maturation, it is ready to be harvested for commercial uses.

CBD buds are a natural product with all the natural compounds which make it such a miracle worker.  These natural compounds are cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, When you dry vape, you vape the flower without additives or different oils, etc.

All Things CBD Bud and Vaping – Why Vaping is Important?

We have already talked about having a smoke of CBD hemp flower to relax and regain calm for the night. All that is true. However, most doctors will tell you that if you have any type of breathing or lung compromises, sending something burned through your lungs might not be the best. So, for another option for those who want to know all the possible ways to gain benefits of the CBD flower, let us look at Dry Herb Vape.

The “Why” of Safety

Dry Herb Vaporizers are different from concentrate vaporizers which use vape juice. Dry Herb Vaporizers sidestep the vape controversy related to cartridge vaporizers. The advantage of vaping is that you can enjoy the health benefits without burning your herbs.

The “Why” of Health Benefits

Vapor absorbs into your lungs better and cleaner than smoke. So, a CBD hemp flower dry vape can be more effective than smoking it. CBD hemp flowers have anywhere from 11% to 20% content CBD. CBD oil mixture which is used in a vape pen could have as much as 60mg to 80mg CBD. So, the vape pen gives a higher dosage of CBD, but the CBD hemp flower dry vape is more potent flavorful one. It also preserves the terpenes and flavonoids that provide that provide so many unique flavors.

All Things CBD Bud and Dry Vaping – How You Do Vaping?

The Dry Herb Vape is a vaporizer which only vaporizes dry herbs. The device holds dry herbs within a small inner chamber inside the device. At the time you power on the Dry Herb Vaporizer, it heats up an inner chamber. This is the beginning of the vaping process. The temperature will increase until it is high enough for the active ingredients in the chamber to release a vapor.  This vapor can then be inhaled.

It is best to break the bud apart then put in a grinder to acquire the consistency you want.  Have the courage to experiment with the consistency and the amount you put in the vaporizer.

The other advantage of CBD flower dry vape is that you can enjoy the full entourage of plant oils, terpenes, flavonoids and cannabinoids one of which is CBD.

Even if the hemp flower strain is known for slow action, the effects are still faster when dry vaping than with other methods of consumption. It is important to review the various strains of hemp flower to find ones that release effects quickly and the ones which release more slowly but then linger longer.

All Things CBD Bud and Dry Vaping – Which Buds are Best to Vape?

  • OG Kush – It has 16% CBD and an original OG aroma so is earthy and floral.
  • Cherry Wine — It has 12% CBD and is a 50% – 50% Indica Sativa hybrid with savors of ripe cherries, pine and wine.
  • Hawaiian Haze – It has 17% CBD, hand trimmed and seedless. The aroma is like a sweet tropical flower.
  • Grumpy Gorilla – It has 21% CBD, is Indica dominant hybrid and sports an aroma of sour apple, pine, and gas.
  • Elektra — It has 19% CBD and is a greenhouse flower with an over abundance of trichomes and sweet and subtle to vape.
  • Super Suver Haze – It has 26 % CBD, well frosted buds and is sativa so is up-lifting and a daytime strain.

“The 411” Last Words

Information is power and that goes for all things CBD bud vaping as well. You make have thought that vaping and smoking are one in the same, but they are not. Trust this post has clarified that point. You can still enjoy the savors of the CBD buds when you vape and you can still enjoy the individual benefits of one flower over another. But if the a “burnt” thing bothers your lungs then enjoy the more soothing vape.


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 If you want more information on all things CBD, read other posts here on our blog.

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Sharon has been writing her heart out since she was 10 years of age when she wrote up a story about a 3,000 acre forest fire she and her family witnessed. In 1995 when she found herself divorced with a 3-year-old daughter, Ruth, she decided to try writing for money. You can read more of Sharon's writings at the Contena site and view her daughter, Ruth and husband, Steve doing DIY projects at the YouTube address. She carved a niche in the Continuing Education market and for the next 20 plus years she wrote courses for C.E. providers all over the United States. Blogging is now her new love. Particularly suited to writing about CBD because for two years she was crippled with osteoarthritis in her ankles and feet until someone introduced her to CBD. Today she walks and bikes because of this natural compound of CBD.

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