How to Make CBD Vape Oil?

CBD vape oils have taken over the market. Vapers can enjoy discreet and flavourful hits from anywhere. It does produce a potent smell associated with marijuana. Additionally, CBD is non-psychoactive meaning that you can go about your day. It offers a mild high that gives you the needed stimulation to go about your day.

You can easily make CBD vape oil from the comfort of your home. The primary ingredients you need are the CBD isolate and a carrier liquid, which could be vegetable glycerine (VG), or propylene glycerol. You can also choose to add terpenes and flavors for extra smooth hits. It’s a simple process that can save both time and costs considerably.

What Is CBD Vape Oil

CBD is derived from the hemp plant. It can also be derived from the cannabis plant, although it exists in smaller amounts therefore companies commercially produce it from the hemp plant. The hemp plant goes through a lengthy filtration process to get rid of any other cannabinoids including THC. As such, CBD is not psychoactive.

After extraction, the CBD isolate is infused into a carrier liquid. The carrier liquid has thinning capabilities to ensure smooth vaporization. You get to enjoy many juicy flavors to choose from and enjoy flavorful hits. Some manufacturers use terpenes for the entourage effect; making our vape even more powerful.

Ingredients to Make CBD Vape Oil

CBD isolate

You will need to source high-quality CBD extract to ensure you enjoy the vaping experience. Alternatively, A CBD isolate might work even better, which is designed for vaping. Manufacturers get a CBD isolate by extracting CBD from the hemp plant.

There are various ways of extracting CBD from the hemp plant, but the best method that eliminates most of the impurities is CO2 extraction. CO2 extraction also ensures that the CBD isolate has the highest potency.

You may source high-quality CBD isolate from local vendors. Ensure to buy strains with high CBD content as compared to their THC content. When you make CBD vape oil at home, it is crucial to measure the amount you use to ensure you get the right ratio depending on your tolerance.

Vegetable Glycerine (VG)

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Also known as sugar alcohol, this ingredient is made by heating plant oils and isolating the glycerol content from fatty acids. It is sweet and odorless. It is responsible for creating huge clouds of smoke after taking hits enjoyed by many smokers. It also reduces the harshness of the hits.

Besides, vegetable glycerine does not cause any allergic reactions. As such, it counts as a primary ingredient for many vapes and is recommended for vapers who display any sort of allergic reaction.

Propylene Glycol (PG)

PG and VG are closely related, only that PG gives smoother hits and carries the flavor more. However, it produces less smoke compared to VG. Many vape manufacturers balance the amount of PG and VG oils to get the benefits of both. PG gives some smokers allergic reactions, therefore if you notice anything you should switch to another carrier oil, such as VG. Some allergic reactions include nausea, headaches, vomiting, headaches and extreme feeling of being thirsty.


MCT is short for medium-chain triglyceride and it is obtained from coconut oil. MCT is odorless and flavorless and it can be used alternatively to PG and VG oils. It also produces huge clouds after hits.


Terpenes improve your vaping experience by adding flavor and making your hits smoother. Terpenes are extracted from plants and act as natural flavors. Additionally, terpenes create the entourage effect, making you absorb CBD more efficiently. Terpenes are very powerful, and you should be careful with the measurements. Terpenes most ideal for daytime include pinene, humulene, limonene, citrusy, and hops or beta-caryophyllene. Terpenes to use during the night include menthol and myrcene.

Flavor and Seasoning

There are both natural and artificial flavors to choose from. You should use flavors made specifically for vaping that you can get from vaping shops and manufacturers. Avoid using essential oils as your flavor because they can be dangerous to your health.

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How to make CBD vape oil at home


  1. Non-hypodermic syringe
  2. Mixing glass
  3. Set of measuring scales
  4. Storage bottles
  5. Airtight Glass beaker
  6. Dropper
  7. Digital scale

Step 1

Using the non-hypodermic syringe measure 15 ml of the carrier liquid into the airtight glass beaker. The carrier liquid can be either propylene glycol, (PG) Vegetable glycerine (VG), or MCT oil. The carrier oil is the first ingredient in this formula. Remember that you can use both PG and VG oils in the same formula. The recommended PG to VG ratio for a beginner is 70:30, although you can measure it according to your specific needs. Generally, if you prefer huge clouds you can use more VG. On the other side, if you prefer smoother and more flavorful hits you can lean more towards PG.

If you are using the 70:30 ratio for PG and VG, then you would require 7 ml of VG. if you are using a 30ml vape, you should have 27 ml of carrier liquid, leaving space for terpenes and flavors of your choice.

Step 2

Using your digital scale you can measure 500mg of CBD isolate. For a better vaping experience, you should use a mortar and pestle to grind the CBD isolate into a finer powder. You should then proceed to pour the powder into the glass beaker.

Cover the mixture until the powder completely dissolves leaving no visible crystals or lumps. Shake the glass beaker vigorously to ensure that the mixture is fully dissolved. Leave the solution to style down and dip the glass beaker in warm water and leave it for a few minutes. Putting the glass beaker in warm water will help the ingredients melt and mix completely.

Mixing 500mg CBD isolate with 15 ml PG and VG will result in a potency of 16.6mg/ml which should be good enough for your daily use.

If you want vape juice of higher potency you can use more CBD isolate. However, it is advisable to start small and build up with continued use. The FSA has a recommended limit of 70 mg per day, which you should be careful not to exceed.

For the best experience, you should find high-quality CBD for your vape juice. When buying CBD, look for ones sourced from organic hemp plants and have undergone testing for both purity and potency. A high-quality CBD oil ensures safety and potency, therefore offering a premium vaping experience.

Step 3

Add 3 ml of terpenes or artificial flavors of choice. Alternatively, you can purchase pre-flavored vape liquids. After everything is well mixed up, leave the solution to settle down.

Now your vape liquid is good to go into the vape tank. If you have made excess liquid you can store the remaining one in a cool and dark place. Store the excess liquid in airtight bottles.

Frequently asked questions about making CBD vape oil

1.What are the benefits of making your own CBD vape oil at home?

The obvious benefit is cutting costs. CBD products are generally expensive because of their demand and popularity in the market. By making your own CBD oil you get to cut on costs.

Additionally, you know the potency that best suits you therefore making it at home you get to tweak the ingredients. You also get to pick what flavors you prefer.
The CBD industry is flooded with counterfeit products, therefore being in charge of your vape oil ensures that you know what you are consuming. Some sellers put harmful oils in vape juice that can lead to long-term health problems. Creating your formula ensures you use the safest and highest quality products for a premium vaping experience.

Making CBD vape juice is an easy procedure and only takes about 30 minutes.

2. How long can I store my CBD vape juice?

If you store your CBD vape juice in an airtight bottle or store it in a cool and dark place, you can enjoy it for up to two years. Light and heat can make the vape juice deteriorate and lose its potency. If you notice a change in smell and taste, then that is a clear indication that the vape juice has expired. You can purchase amber-colored vape juice containers to ensure your vape juice lasts for longer.

3. What are the side effects of using CBD vape juice?

The most common side effect of taking CBD vape juice is drowsiness. Drowsiness is reported among new users and tends to subside with continued use. In addition, an overdose of CBD can result in drowsiness.

It is relatively safe to vape daily, as long as you keep a record of how much CBD you are taking. There have been positive effects on people’s mental health associated with vaping, such as managing pain and anxiety.

Since CBD vaping is relatively new in the market, there has not been much research on the issue. However, according to a study by Roswell Park study, CBD vaping can cause severe lung damage, similar to one associated with vaping nicotine.