Best CBD Vape Pen Starter Kits
1. Harmony Tempo CBD Starter Kit
I only reviewed the Harmony Tempo CBD starter kit recently and have to say it comes highly recommended.
Sure this is more of a CBD vape pod, but hey, it’s well worth popping onto the best vape pen for CBD oil list
Anyway, this is dead simple way to get into vaping on CBD e-liquids.
The x3 pods come pre-filled in the kit and you have a choice of flavours:
- Cannabis Classics containing: OG Kush – Mango Kush – Kiwi Skunk and Super Lemon Haze
- Flavoured: Moroccan Mint – Wild Strawberry and Pink Lemonade
The cannabis pack is for those CBD users that like the authentic taste of the plant – whilst the other is self explanatory.
Incidentally, despite the pods being pre-filled – they can be refilled up to four times using your own CBD vape juice.
The kit is actually the re-branded Innokin I.O pod kit – hence the reason you’re going to get great flavour.
- As simple as it gets to use
- Choice of tasty flavours
- CBD juice from a well respected company
- Pods are 0.7ml capacity and contain 222mg CBD
- Pods are re-fillable
2. Woodies CBD Vape Pen
I was absolutely blown away by the Woodies CBD range and this one richly deserves a spot in the best CBD vape pen list!
The line of CBD goodies comes from the step son of Rolling Stones legendary guitarist Ronnie Wood, and Jamie really has thrown his heart into this CBD range.
It’s not just the amazing authenticity of the flavours either – the CBD e-liquid is based on 100% pure CBD distillate – meaning the purest form with around 90% CBD.
The tank is filled with 450mg CBD and barely any other additives.
Flavours: Green Crack – Strawberry – Green Ribbon – Amnesia – Pineapple and Tropical – all based on legendary cannabis strains.
The Woodies CBD vape pens may be a little more expensive than some out there – but from the stunning packaging to the flavour and CBD content – they’re well worth splashing out on.
- Truly an authentic cannabis taste!
- Choice of famous cannabis strain flavours
- Draw activated
- CBD distillate
- 450mg CBD
- Sleek stylish design
3. Harmony CBD Vape Pen
A cracking introduction to vaping on CBD e-liquids and this is really about as easy as it gets!
The slim, light and stylish CBD vape pens come pre-filled and are draw activated.
There is a choice of flavours – but only two right now: Moroccan Mint and OG Kush.
The mint is pretty obvious, whilst the OG Kush is for those of us that love the authentic taste of this particular cannabis plant strain.
There’s 100mg of CBD infused vape juice within each 1ml cartridge which might not sound a lot – but trust me a couple of puffs an hour is all you need.
Highly recommended for the absolute beginner to both vaping and CBD e-liquids at a great price too!
- Simple to use
- Pre-filled cartridges
- Draw activated
- 100mg in 1ml tank
- Competitively priced
4. VSAVI CBD Vape Pen Kit
Vsavi describes this as a ‘no frills‘ CBD vape pen kit and I guess that’s exactly what it is.
That’s not to say it under performs – far from it.
Plus I’ve marked this as the best vape pen for the choice of CBD strengths as you can choose from 50mg right up to 1000mg
Sadly there’s no choice of flavours with the kit – however as the cartridges are refillable, there’s a tempting variety you can buy separately including coconut and tobacco.
The carts can be refilled up to 10 times and bought separately in packs of 3 and are very reasonably priced.
It’s an old school vape pen for sure – but again an ideal entry point for vapers looking to try CBD vape juice.
- Simple to use
- Draw activated
- Choice of CBD strengths
- Refillable cartridges
- Can use with your own choice of flavoured CBD e-liquid
6. Provacan CBD Vape Pod
There’s no VG or PG in this CBD vape pen – OK it’s more of a pod kit!
So does that mean you’re getting the purest form of CBD e-liquid you can get?
I’m no chemist, though the ingredients are intriguing with the use of natural additives such as Beta-Pinene.
The pen vibrates when vaping and the 5ml pods are filled with 250mg CBD and have a lovely almost gentle taste – very nice.
They do come in very professional packing and as I mentioned in the review – they give off a very classy almost medical look – very smart.
There’s only two flavours a Night and a Day with the first designed to help you sleep better and the latter giving you a boost during the day.
- Easy to use
- Choice of Night or Day pods
- 250mg CBD
- Only natural plant additives
- NO PG or VG
CBD Asylum CBD Stik
Again you could argue the CBD Asylum CBD Stik is a pod not a pen lol.
However, it’s well worth a spot on the best CBD vape pen list as this is definitely the perfect introduction for CBD vapers.
This pocket sized disposable CBD vape pen is ideal for beginners and regular CBD vapers when out and about or at work.
There’s a choice of 2 flavours: Berry or Menthol and each vape pen contains 100mg of CBD and you’re going to get around 300 puffs – bargain!
- Cheap as chips
- 100mg CBD
- Simple to use
- Choice of flavours
- Pocket friendly
What Is CBD and How To Vape It
CBD is short for Cannabidiol and as the name suggests is derived from the cannabis plant.
There are various strengths of CBD found within e-liquids ranging from 50mg to 3000mg – with a sliding scale of prices too.
The strength each individual requires is based on many factors including body weight and size – I’ll list my articles explaining all that in more detail in a moment. One thing to keep in mind. While this is a list of the best CBD Oil vape pen starter kits you have to be careful about CBD oil specifically for vaping. Now, it’s very important not to confuse CBD oil (that is made to drip under the tongue) with CBD oil you can vape.
The latter should really be referred to as CBD e-liquid but that isn’t the case sometimes. Just be sure you are buying the right product if you intend to vape.
So…CBD can’t get you high – so why use it?
The answer is there’s a whole raft of anecdotal evidence out there that CBD helps alleviate very many ill health physical symptoms.
Very many users say it’s great for helping cope with debilitating mental health issues – without the side effects of drugs – and so creating a feeling of well being.
I say anecdotal, because the medical profession has long refused to accept the ‘healing properties‘ of CBD – however modern research is now nudging the medics and scientists towards accepting it into the mainstream.
To that end, I’m not allowed to make any claims as to how or should I say if CBD has helped me.
BTW, it’s always worth consulting your doctor if you are at all concerned about the effects of CBD.