THC Vape Juice: What It Is & How To Use It
Want to try vaping instead of smoking marijuana? At a minimum, you’ll require a vape pen and some THC-infused vape juice. Understanding what THC vape juice is and how to use it is essential, and the experts at Honest Marijuana provide you the information you need to do just that in this article.
We’ll also go over how to mix your own THC vape juice and how much to use so you can get the most out of it. Please begin.
To Start, Let’s Define Vape Juice
E-liquid, also known as vape juice, e-juice, or e-juice, is a liquid used in electronic cigarettes that typically contains propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG), food-grade flavouring, and water (VG).
When electronic cigarettes were initially offered as a viable alternative to tobacco cigarettes, vape juice quickly followed suit. This is why “vape juice” (by itself) is typically only used by those in the know to refer to a liquid that:
Has Nicotine in It
Used as an alternative to tobacco products Therefore, similar to other cannabis-related slang, it is inappropriate to refer to THC vape juice as “vape juice.” Doing so may cause confusion among the experts if… or, at the at least, consider you something of a jackass.
Slang for nicotine-containing or nicotine-free liquid used as a cigarette substitute. For intoxication through vaporizer, refer to THC vape juice.
Vape Juice Containing Thc: What Exactly Is It?
THC vape juice is identical to the regular vape juice in every way except for the addition of a THC concentrate to the mix in place of the water (or alcohol) and flavouring and propylene glycol (PG) or vegetable glycerin (VG).
- Most frequently encountered THC concentrates include:
- CO2 Removal
- THC Oil in Liquid Form
Also, cannabis oil (also known as Rick Simpson oil) can be used, but it must be diluted before being heated. In the following section, “Can You Make Your Own THC Vape Juice?” we will go into greater detail about how to go about doing so.
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How Does Thc Vape Juice Affect You?
The effects of vaping THC juice are identical to those of smoking a high-THC strain of cannabis because THC vape juice is simply concentrated THC. Common side effects of vaping THC-containing juice include:
- Warping of time
- Enhanced ability to respond to external influences
- Hunger (a.k.a. the munchies)
The extent to which you feel those benefits will vary widely based on factors such as your metabolism, body composition, and several others.
Because of this, the same quantity of THC e-juice (or a number of hits) that propels you into space may not have the same effect on your friend and may only have him or her reaching the summit of the Empire State Building (metaphorically speaking, of course).
Could There Be Negative Repercussions from Using Thc Vape Juice?
There is always the risk of a terrible high while using any THC substance. The low concentrations of CBD, CBN, and CBG in THC vape juice are a direct result of their production method, which often involves using only high THC strains.
These cannabinoids moderate THC’s psychoactive effects, making them more tolerable. In the absence of countermeasures like CBD, excessive THC consumption might lead to:
- crippling worry
Unconsciousness (not the Good Kind)
As a result, novice users should proceed with caution when vaping THC e-juice for the first time. You should avoid a poor trip at all costs because it is the worst possible experience.
How About Vaping Thc E-Juice, Is It Okay Too?
Both, actually. We understand that this is difficult to understand, but the rules around marijuana in the United States are just as complicated. To a large extent, it depends on where you call home.
Marijuana use for recreational purposes and/or medical purposes is permitted in some states, while other states have exclusively legalised medical marijuana. We can only pray that you currently call one of those states home. Really unfortunate people might find themselves residing in one of the few remaining states where both forms of cannabis are still prohibited.
In that circumstance, all we can advise is, “Be patient.” There is no denying that the times are changing. You can get THC vape juice at your local dispensary if you’re over the age of 21 and live in a state where recreational marijuana is legal. To legally obtain marijuana in states where it is exclusively allowed for medical purposes, a doctor’s prescription is required.
You’re out of luck, pal, if you happen to be stuck in a jurisdiction where neither of these things is permitted by law. Sorry.
Is It Possible to Create Your Own DIY THC E-Liquid?
Yep. There are various options for creating your own THC vape juice, each with their own set of benefits and drawbacks. Creating a tincture is the quickest and easiest option. The resulting tincture can serve as the base for your THC e-liquid.
- Learn the steps here.
- Making Your Own Vape Juice with THC
- Prepare your plant material by chopping it into little pieces and decarboxylating it at 230 degrees Fahrenheit in the oven for 35 minutes.
- Cannabidiol that has been decarboxylated should be stored in a 32-ounce canning jar.
- Add 32 ounces of the strongest alcoholic beverage you can find. While isopropyl alcohol may work, I highly recommend sticking with Everclear.
- Protect the contents of the jar by sealing it tightly. An easily removable lid that screws on would be ideal.
- Be sure to give it a good shake.
- Store the mason jar in a cabinet or closet after placing it in a brown paper bag. The tincture won’t go bad if you keep the jar out of the light by storing it in a bag in a dark spot.
- Keep an eye on the spot where you keep your beer. That’s why it’s recommended that you keep it at a warm, but not hot, temperature.
- Allow the jar to settle for 30 to 60 days (the longer the better).
- Strain the liquid through cheesecloth to remove the plant material after the steeping time is up.