E-Liquid Containing Cannabis Derivative is extracted from organically cultivated industrial hemp cultivated across Europe, Asia, Mexico, and the United States. It also contains food-grade flavors and colors, along with vegetable glycerin, to make it suitable for vaping. In this article, we discuss e-liquid containing hemp derivative.
E-Liquid Containing Cannabis Derivative
Industrial hemp, which is used for extracting hemp oil, grows tall and is a rich source of fiber. CBD-rich hemp oil is used in both electronic cigarettes and dietary supplements.
While industrial hemp belongs to the cannabis family of plants, it is unlike marijuana in a variety of ways. For instance, hemp contains minimal quantities of THC (delta-nine-tetrahydrocannabinol). It is also commonly used in a wide range of products, such as paper, textiles, construction, fuel, and biodegradable plastics.
Using Hemp-Derived E-Liquid
Hemp-derived e-liquid is contained in a small cylindrical device, which is heated with batteries to atomize it as vapor, which rises and is inhaled by the smoker. Many e-liquids on the market today contain hemp, propylene glycol, artificial flavors, and glycerin to make it ideal for vaping.
The e-liquid derived from hemp is used in three kinds of e-cigarettes, which are all cylindrical in shape but are of varied sizes. “Cigalikes” are similar in size and shape of regular cigarettes. However, “eGo’s” are bigger in size with liquid tanks that can be refilled. The latest version of e-cigarette contains a rechargeable battery, e-juice cartridge, atomizer, and a vaporization chamber.
Worldwide Popularity of Hemp-Derived E-Liquid
The demand for flavored hemp-derived e-liquids is increasing at a rapid pace. In 2014, e-cigarette sales were around $7 billion due to aggressive marketing. While typically available in small bottles, long-term e-cig consumers prefer to purchase re-usable devices. This method is less expensive than buying disposable e-cigarettes every time.
Joshua Willard (Freelance CBD Content Writer/Editor)
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