I first tested out a Naturecan product just over a year ago, while I’ve slowly been testing out their full range, from their absolutely scrumptious gummies to their CBD infused honey nut butter.
Now I’m taking a closer look at their vape juice, which are served in a 10ml bottle.
What Strength Do They Offer?
I’m testing out the 250mg CBD e-liquid, while they also have a 500mg and 1,000mg vape juice available on their website.
The certificate of analysis highlights the stated presence of CBD, while THC was not detected in the lab report. In fact, this was a CBD isolate, so there were no other cannabinoids found in the lab report.
What Carrier Oils Do They Use?
Naturecan have opted for a 80:20 combination of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin acids.
I’ve highlighted the ratio for regular vapers, who are looking for a precise amount, as the balance of VG versus PG will make a difference to the smoothness, thickness of liquid and flavour.
How Does It Taste?
Perhaps unsurprisingly, it tastes minty like chewing gum. The menthol flavour is nice, however I am curious about some of their other slightly fruitier flavours.
As well as menthol, they also offer strawberry, citrus fruits, grape and raspberry. The price doesn’t vary based on flavour, it’s purely based on the CBD presence.
What Vape Kit Can I Use With This?
This can be added to your general vapor, providing it’s not too highly powered, as they highlight on the product page that it is suitable for e-cigarettes and vape kits with under 15 watts.
If you don’t have one, these are available for relatively low prices nowadays, so this shouldn’t add too much cost to your bill.
How Much Do I Take?
This is different for everyone, so you can start up slowly and build up based on your personal requirements, but the FSA recommends not going over 70mg in a day.
As the bottle is 10ml and contains 250mg of CBD, you could therefore extract a tenth of the bottle into your e-cigarette, being 25mg of CBD and base your quantity around that.
An average vape tank can hold anywhere between 0.5ml and 5ml, so you will want to look up how much yours contains when full so you get a more accurate dosage.
I do love some e-cigarettes that show measurement marks, making it easier to measure how much you’re intaking on a daily basis.
Why Opt For Vaping?
While I predominantly use CBD oil, I can completely understand the value and reasoning for opting for a vape, depending on your personal requirements.
For a start, while CBD oil tends to take 40 minutes before I feel it works (for me), vaping tends to be much quicker, entering the bloodstream via your lungs.
Another reasoning is around how much reaches your bloodstream. You’ve undoubtedly heard the reasons why sublingual consumption is critical when taking CBD oil orally, as once you swallow it then there isn’t a great absorption rate.
However, when you vape, it goes to your lungs and easily enters the bloodstream, meaning you get a greater quantity absorbed.
As you need less to get the same results, this also saves you money, as you won’t require as much liquid to get the results you’re after.
One final point is that it is very discreet if you don’t want the people around you knowing you’re taking CBD oil.
They will most likely presume you’re using a normal vape, whereas if you’re dropping oil under your tongue and holding it there for a couple of minutes, it’s hard to remain inconspicuous.
Where Can I Buy This From?
You can order the Naturecan CBD Vape Juice from their website for £19.99 in the 250mg form, £34.99 for 500mg or £64.99 for the 1,000mg CBD e-liquid.
As you can probably guess, this means you benefit from economies of scale, so higher the presence of CBD, cheaper the cost per mg of CBD.
You need to order by 3pm in order for your product to be dispatched that day.
They also offer free DPD next day delivery on orders over £50, so you might want to add something to your basket to bring up the value, such as the CBD Infused Brownie or the Naturecan CBD oil.