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Vaping CBD Buds Can Be Used Twice: How to Smoke Cannabidiol Effectively and Efficiently

Jane Summers



Vaping CBD Buds Can Be Used Twice

Vaping is a popular way to get one’s dose of CBD. One particularly popular vape method these days is AVB, also known as Already Vaped Bud.

This AVB process entails using the toasted dry herb that is left in the vape bowl. Though some may discard the remnants, others believe that the herb still has some gusto to it – sufficient enough for additional use.

There are also different practices that users adopt when it comes to using AVB. For example, some will empty their AVB into another bowl and to clean their vape pen out. It may take users some time to accumulate enough AVB sufficient for additional use. This enables users to recycle the AVP and to get the most out of their dry herbs.

Keep in mind that although some may use the AVB in different ways, there is no indication as to the safety of these methods. Therefore, users may want to determine whether the method is actually one in which they’d like to adopt into their lifestyle.

Leafy features an entire list of ten different ways that users can use AVB. A few of these uses includes adding them to edibles, watering curing, sprinkling it on food, capsules, coffee or tea, and so forth.

Jane is a regular contributor who learned about the great benefits of CBD a few years ago after starting it herself. Impressed by its effects, she's interested in helping others learn about options that can be helpful for them.


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