CBD crystals are the cleanest and purest form of CBD available today. They reach a purity level of 98% with marginal traces of other cannabinoids and terpenes in the mix. This product and its purity are achieved via different extraction methods, one being the supercritical CO₂ process. Plant material gets filtered out to remove all the unwanted components like excess waxes. The resulting end product is a CBD isolate that has a powdery crystal form (hence the name) and looks like fine sugar.
The next step is to listen to your body and become aware of any positive or negative effects. You should wait 3–4 hours after your first dose because it can sometimes take a while for the effects to become fully noticeable. In the event you don’t feel any effect at all after a few hours, take a slightly larger amount. Once you’ve reached the point where you start to notice an effect, you should remain at this dosage for about a week.
What Are Cbd Crystals?
With CBD crystals, a precise scale is an absolute must. You will have to weigh the crystals to get a correct dosage. If the recommended average daily dose is 10mg and most CBD products tell you to use it 3–4 times a day, that would mean to vape, dab, or ingest an amount of 2.5–3.3mg of CBD crystals per dose.
Let’s explore the pros and cons of a variety of common consumption methods of CBD crystals.
First of all, you don’t have to worry about taking in too much CBD. It is non-toxic, so you can’t overdose. However, you could definitely be more chilled out than expected with a higher dosage, which would be a waste of crystals/money. Like with everything else, you should always start slow and work your way up to the desired effect.
Often, it will take some experimentation to find the right CBD dosage for you to vape, and it’s important to consult with your physician before you begin a vaping regimen. Generally, when it comes to dosing cannabinoids, physicians recommend a gradual increase (or titration) upwards until you find the lowest effective dosage. You might have heard the adage “start low and go slow,” meaning you should start with a low dose and give your body several days to adjust before increasing the dose.
Isolates are extracts that have been highly refined to be as close to 100% pure CBD as possible, and they are often used to make vape oils. Sometimes terpenes are added back to isolates to create a particular scent, taste, or desired effect.
Finding the right dosage for you
What are CBD concentrates and how do you consume them?
According to Dr. Adie Rae, a neuroscientist at the Legacy Research Institute in Portland, Oregon, and a scientific adviser to Weedmaps, “Vaping CBD is a better choice than eating/swallowing it because the lungs are far more efficient at getting CBD into the bloodstream. The bioavailability of CBD is greater through the lungs than through the gut. Specifically, about half of the CBD you inhale makes it into the blood, but only 5% of the CBD you eat gets into your blood.”