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Why Bonata Vapes?

Full Spectrum CBD Vapes

Pure, Safe, & Clean

Most CBD vapes contain harmful compounds, such as Propylene Glycol, Vegetable Glycerin, dilutants, or cutting agents. However, our vape oil is a pure Full Spectrum distillate.

Premium Vape

Our vape is as premium as they come. It's made with an Aluminum Alloy Casing, Medical-Grade PCTG Tank, & Ceramic Coil, making your experience better than any other vape you've used, & no excessive burning occurs.

Cannabis Terpenes

We extract terpenes from cannabis plants instead of botanical terpenes, which are commonly added in cannabis vapes. Cannabis terpenes bring you closest to what an actual cannabis strain would feel like.

Third-Party Lab Tested

All our CBD vapes are third-party lab tested by an accredited lab for contaminants such as heavy metals, solvents, & pesticides so that you can comfortably consume them knowing it's a clean & pure vape oil.

CBD Vapes FAQs

CBD vapes are inhalable CBD products that allow you to inhale clouds of smoke-free CBD vapor. Unlike Delta-8 and other forms of THC, CBD does not get you high. Instead, users generally indicate that CBD has a mildly relaxing effect, and they commonly rely on CBD vapes for anxiety, depression, pain relief, and sleep. By law, CBD vape pens must contain less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC and are widely sold online.

No, it is not safe to vape CBD tincture, also known as CBD oil. While the type of CBD extract intended for vaping consists solely of hemp flower compounds, tinctures are created by combining hemp extract with carrier oils and other ingredients that might not be suitable for vaporization. Instead of trying to vape CBD tincture to disastrous consequences, try a CBD vape cartridge instead — a product that’s actually designed to be vaped.

Some CBD and Delta-8 vapes might contain fillers or diluents, which saves money for the companies that make them. Substances like PG, VG, vitamin E acetate, and other cutting agents can be seriously harmful to your health, however, which is why we never include anything of the sort in Bonata vapes. Instead, Bonata CBD and Delta-8 vapes only contain full-spectrum hemp extract and strain-specific cannabis terpenes, guaranteeing the most enjoyable and safest possible vaping experience.

Yes, Bonata vapes are disposable, which means they consist of a battery and a tank combined into a single unit. There’s no need to purchase a separate battery since the battery is incorporated into the body of the vape. Once you’ve used up the battery in your Bonata vape, simply dispose of it and move on to the next vape in your stash.

Bonata CBD vape pens contain full-spectrum CBD hemp extract, offering the most natural and potent experience available. This type of CBD extract includes the entire spectrum of terpenes, cannabinoids, and flavonoids that naturally occur in hemp flower, allowing you to vape CBD the way nature intended and take advantage of the potential benefits of the entourage effect. Bonata CBD vape pens are further boosted with strain-specific cannabis terpenes, taking the entourage effect to an entirely new level.

Most users take 1-2 puffs of CBD vapor per session and enjoy 5-10 sessions per day. As a result, you’ll probably end up taking between 5 and 20 puffs of CBD vapor every day, and each puff of vapor contains 2-3mg CBD. If you find that you don’t get enough CBD in 1-2 puffs of vapor, there’s no reason you shouldn’t vape more. Your throat and lungs may start to experience discomfort after 5-6 hits in a row, though.

Bonata 1g CBD vape pens are rated to provide 150-200 hits per disposable CBD vape pen. If you take larger hits, you’ll get fewer hits out of your vape before its tank is empty. The opposite is true if you take smaller-than-average hits of CBD vape oil.

Vaping CBD does not usually cause any considerable side effects. Some people have a rare allergy to cannabinoids, however, that can cause severe nausea, and CBD may interact negatively with certain prescription medications. In addition, women who are pregnant or nursing should not CBD. Consult with your doctor if you have any further questions regarding the safety of CBD.

Many people use CBD as a tool to help them get to sleep at night. Vaping CBD delivers this cannabinoid into your system faster and more potently than any other type of CBD product, and CBD vapes are also very convenient. Disposable CBD vape pens take the inherent convenience of vaping CBD to an entirely new level — a vape is the perfect CBD product to keep by your bed for when you need a little bit of relaxation before turning off the light.

It’s quite common to switch to vaping CBD from smoking tobacco cigarettes. In many ways, vaping CBD replicates the feeling and experience of smoking, but it doesn’t involve any actual smoke, and CBD extract doesn’t contain any nicotine. While nicotine leaves you on edge and craving more, CBD lightly relaxes you and does not have any addictive properties. If you haven’t tried vaping CBD as a method to stop smoking yet, it’s definitely worth a shot.

Terpenes are natural aromatic oils found in hemp and many other species of plants. In hemp products, terpenes both serve as flavoring ingredients and offer impressive antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. Using the full terpene profile of a particular strain of cannabis, it’s possible to imbue vapes and other hemp products with that strain’s specific attributes. Terpenes are believed to contribute to the entourage effect, which may make cannabinoids stronger.

No, vaping CBD should not make you fail a drug test for THC. CBD is not screened for on most drug tests, and normal vaping habits will not cause enough THC to be deposited in your system to reach the threshold used in drug testing. Be advised, though, that full-spectrum CBD vape pens can contain up to 0.3% THC, which could conceivably be enough to produce a false positive for THC if you vape an extremely large amount of CBD for an extended period.

Cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and the other primary components of CBD-rich hemp extract are not known to cause any issues when inhaled in the form of vapor. The safety of vaping CBD varies considerably, though, from product to product. The best CBD vape pens contain CO2-extracted CBD extract combined with cannabis-derived, strain-specific terpenes — nothing more, nothing less. CBD vape products should also always come with third-party lab reports for additional safety assurance.