I am playing around with some vape formulations and would like some feedback. I am having issues when it comes to using CBD distillate to create various THC:CBD ratios. Currently, I am making a series of 3:1 THC:CBD blends (60%/20%) using THC distillate, CBD distillate and True Terpenes for flavouring. As everyone knows, CBD distillate has a bit of an overpowering taste/smell which is forcing me to increase terpene content to about 8-10% depending on the blend to achieve the desired flavor/mask the inherent taste of the CBD distillate. The issue I am running into at these terpene levels is that the CBD is falling out of solution. It doesn’t crystallize entirely but after about 3-4 days, the carts get quite hazy.
I am trying several more blends from True Terpenes as some seem to mask the flavour at much lower terp concentration (5-6%) and remain stable however, for the strains requiring the higher percentage, I am considering using some triethyl citrate.
I cannot find much about its effectiveness in CBD distillate vapes, safety of vaping and recommended dilution ratios. If anyone has any feedback, it would be greatly appreciated!
Really want to stay away from any diluents, so if you have any other suggestions that would be even better!