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Difference Between Vaping Hemp and CBD Oil

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Difference Between Vaping Hemp and CBD Oil by Alex M.

The cannabis industry is booming. More and more people are now consuming marijuana, either for medical purposes or just for fun. Interestingly, those who are afraid of cannabis because of its intoxicating effect can now enjoy the therapeutic benefits of these plants without getting high. All thanks to the CBD chemical in cannabis plants.

Despite this, those who wish to use CBD are faced with the dilemma of whether to vape or not to vape. Vaping has its perks, but not everyone is cut out for it. Some people just don’t buy the idea of inhaling substances. 

Regardless of your preference, there is always a CBD product for you, and today, we will look at the difference between two CBD products: hemp flower and CBD oil.

What is CBD?

Before we dive further, it’s important to understand the term CBD. CBD is the short form of Cannabidiol, one of at least 100 known cannabinoids found in cannabis plants.

A cannabis plant is made up of two main chemicals: Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD). THC and CBD act as natural remedies for many ailments; however, both cannabinoids are like the two opposite sides of a coin. This is because they react in different ways when consumed, even though both have the same molecular structure.

THC is the primary psychoactive component in cannabis. It is responsible for the “high” sensation people experience when they consume marijuana. CBD, on the other hand, is a non psychoactive compound. It has a calming effect, which helps to counteract the intoxicating feeling of THC in the body.

This makes CBD oil and hemp flowers the perfect choice for people who do not wish to get high while using cannabis.

What is CBD oil?

CBD oil is one of the many products made from the CBD compound found in the cannabis plant. It is made by extracting CBD from the sativa plant, which is then mixed with natural oil from products like coconut.

This non-intoxicating cannabis extract is gaining popularity since researchers confirmed that it helps ease the symptoms of several medical conditions like anxiety, chronic pain, and inflammation. A recent report revealed that US residents in states where marijuana is legal are increasingly using CBD oil to relieve pandemic-induced stress caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Using CBD extract does not require the use of a vaporizer or smoking kits, which makes it suitable for people who do not like to vape or smoke. It can either be consumed by oral formulation or by applying it to affected areas of the body. For oral ingestion, users can keep some CBD oil in their mouth for 1.5 minutes before swallowing.

What is a Hemp Flower?

The hemp plant is a member of the cannabis family. It offers many therapeutic benefits, and it does not get users high like THC. The plant has three useful parts: the seed, fiber, and flower.

The hemp seed is a very nutritional part of the hemp plant that can be used to produce hemp seed oil, which is used in many skin products. Hemp fiber has properties that can make products stronger and durable.

Hemp flowers, also known as CBD flowers or CBD buds, are dried buds of the hemp plant that you can break apart on a rolling tray and either vape or smoke. It contains higher levels of CBD and lower amounts of THC, which makes many vapers who do not wish to get high opt-in for hemp flowers. 


Although vaping hemp and using CBD oil will not intoxicate you, both products have their differences in terms of discreteness and potency.


The use of vape pens for vaporizing cannabis like hemp flower allows vapers to enjoy their favorite herbs without compromising their discreteness. However, vaporizers are not as discreet as the use of CBD oil. You can use CBD oil anywhere, anytime without fear, since there is no vapor involved.


Hemp flowers are generally more potent than CBD oil because they are full-spectrum, unlike CBD oils that are broad spectrum. Full-spectrum CBD contains all cannabinoids and chemical properties found in the hemp plant, which makes it more therapeutic. A broad-spectrum, on the other hand, is a CBD spectrum that contains natural compounds but no THC.

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Mrs. Conaway

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