CBD THC OILS TINCTURES:

How to Use THC Oil

The majority of THC oil is formulated to be used in vape pens or vape carts. However, some THC oils are also suitable for use with a dab rig, especially those with a thicker consistency like RSO oil that are easy to drip onto a heated nail in a controlled way. The vaping vs dabbing debate with THC oil is ever-constant among experienced cannabis oil users. Vapes give you a great deal of convenience with using your oil. You can simply pick up a prefilled pen or cartridge and enjoy at will. However, dabbing with a rig can also give you more control; you can drip precisely the amount of oil you want to use on your heated nail. Plus, some people prefer dabbing because they claim the effects are better.

Can You Ingest THC Oil?

You can ingest THC oil, but most people do prefer to stick with sublingual dosing (under the tongue) simply because the effects can kick in within 15 to 30 minutes, which is just slightly longer than with inhalation. Simply taking an oil and swallowing, much like any form of cannabis edible, can mean you won’t see full effects for 30 to 60 minutes.

How to Cook with THC Oil

Playing around with creating your own THC-infused concoctions can be fun, but you do have to be careful not to use too much. Consider how many servings you have in a dish, and use that to gauge how much THC oil to use in your recipe. For example, say you are using the oil to make a batch of brownies. You will have ten servings once the recipe is complete. Consider how much THC you want in each brownie, such as 10mg of THC. With this in mind, you would want 100mg of THC for the full recipe.