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FEDERAL BAN ON SHIPMENT OF VAPE PRODUCTS - EXPLAINED

As part of the “Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021” in the most recent COVID-19 relief bill signed into law on December 27, 2020, Congress amended the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking (“PACT”) Act to apply to e-cigarettes and all vaping products.

The PACT Act, which dates back to 2009, among other things, prohibited the use of the U.S. Postal Service (“USPS”) to deliver cigarettes and smokeless tobacco products directly to consumers.  The 2020 PACT Act amendment modifies the original definition of “cigarette” in the PACT Act to include Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS). The term “ENDS” is defined very broadly to essentially include all vaping products, liquids, components, and accessories, whether they contain nicotine or not.  This means it applies to CBD and Delta-8 product as well.

The PACT Act and the Jenkins Act also require sellers to file a monthly report with the state tobacco tax administrator and any other local or tribal entity that taxes the sale of cigarettes (which now extends to vaping products). Such reports must include the name and address of the persons delivering and receiving the shipment and the brand and quantity of the “cigarettes” that were shipped. Verification of age including signature and other verification is also required.

In addition to the USPS by law not allowing shipment of all vape-related products, UPS and FedEx have also prohibited shipment as well.

So unfortunately, there is no one to ship the products and the reporting and registration complications are so onerous as to make them not viable for consumer sales.  Business-to-business sales are excluded from these provisions, so the products will still be available at your local stores.  We encourage our customers to switch to other products if they wish to order online, such as tinctures, flower and gummies!

CBD VAPE JUICE - OVERVIEW

CBD Vape Juice is used in electronic devices that heat up CBD with VG (Vegetable Glycerin) and PG (Propylene Glycol) to create a CBD-infused vapor.

PG and VG are odorless liquids that belong to the  alcohol chemical class.  They are deemed sugar alcohols and are included in many consumable products.  They produce vapor when heated, which allow them to be inhaled.  PG and VG are not oils, and can’t cause any of the medical issues—like lipoid pneumonia—that inhaling actual oils can.

Read our Blog on CBD Vaping for more information.

CBD Vape Juice comes in many flavors from unflavored to rainbow and everything in between.

Some Vape Juice is labeled as a terpene.  Terpenes are as specific blend of other cannabinoids that are not CBD or THC.  Different blends have different aromas and benefits.

HOW TO USE

CBD Vape Juice can be used in a refillable pod or cartridge device.  See CBD Vape Kits and Cartridges category for more details.  Vaping is done by inhaling the CBD-infused vapor from those devices.

COMMON USES

CBD Vaping provides rapid absorption of CBD and other cannabinoids into the bloodstream through the lungs.  It is used for all types of CBD benefits, including general health, anxiety, sleep and more.  It is used by individuals who enjoy the vaping experience but will get a very different effect than nicotine vaping.  CBD vaping is calming versus creating adrenaline as one example.  Read our Educational Blog Posts on CBD Vaping for more details.

DOSAGE

CBD Vape Juice comes in bottles from 100mg to 1000mg.  The individual dosage per person depends on a number of factors including body size, tolerance and others.  You can always contact a physician for more advice or call us with any questions.

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