Getting More Creative With CBD Indoors

Using CBD at home

Since 2018, the federal government has ruled that products derived from hemp containing less than 0.3% THC are federally legal for consumption. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that your apartment neighbors enjoy smelling the smoke from your CBD joint. So, even while laws are changing, a lot of us smokers have to find some ways to get creative when we’re stuck inside, just trying to enjoy our CBD.

Don’t worry! Stoners are known for thinking outside of the box. Here, we’ve come up with various ways for you to get a bit more creative with your CBD during this quarantine. With this, you don’t have to stand out in the cold just to enjoy your flower.

  • CBD is an incredibly versatile substance that doesn’t have to be consumed just one way. 
  • Desktop vaporizers allow you to smoke your CBD flower without any of the smell or milky hits.
  • CBD edibles are also discreet and easy to make; plus, you can get creative with meals and snacks. 
  • Other CBD products you can make at home are CBD topicals like sugar scrubs and even facial serums. This way, you can get your CBD dose without worrying about any smell or smoke. 
  • Even indoors, regardless of how it’s consumed, CBD still provides varying therapeutic value, from pain relief to relaxation, to smokers of all types.

Worried About Smoking Indoors?

Right now, CBD is more popular than ever before. With this newfound popularity has brought so many new products, some more discreet than others. Many cannabis lovers have found solace in the relief that smoking CBD flower brings, though this isn’t something that’s as easily accessible as a tincture or topical. 

However, it’s been scientifically proven that inhalation of cannabinoids is the most effective method of consumption, bringing more potent effects in a quicker time. So, for those who are in need of extra pain relief or relaxation, smoking may be the best answer. But, this isn’t always easy. 

If you’re someone living in an apartment or with roommates or a landlord who isn’t 420-friendly, it can be hard to win them over— even with a CBD joint. Thankfully, you have a few other options than just smoking in your room and blowing it right out the window. Here’s how you can get a bit more creative with your CBD indoors. 

Vaping CBD Indoors

For all you CBD smokers out there, a vaporizer will become your best friend. Desktop vaporizers allow you to enjoy the full properties of your flower but without any of the milky, smelly smoke. And, unlike portable vaporizers, you can put flower directly into these vapes: they’re not just for concentrates.

CBD pen

Though a bit on the expensive side, desktop vaporizers help you smoke to your heart’s content. Instead of torching the bud with flames to burn it, the machine vaporizes the flower completely. At close to 300 degrees is when cannabinoids start to vaporize, so your vaporizer is sure to get that hot, if not hotter. 

The result is a much thinner vapor you exhale, hardly producing any noticeable smoke at all. Not to mention, it doesn’t smell like cannabis whatsoever. Instead, the aromas are subdued and quickly dissipate. Desktop vaporizers allow you to smoke on your CBD flower all day long without anyone knowing a thing. 

In general, vaping CBD is one of the most popular options on the market right now, as you’re able to experience the potent effects of inhalation without dealing with any smoke. Many people turn to cannabis specifically for effects you get through inhalation, but smoking regularly is not only smelly, but it can be painful, too. That’s exactly way vaping CBD is typically the most optimal way of enjoying your supportive cannabinoids.

Don’t Like Smoking CBD? Try Edibles 

Of course, if you’re not a fan of smoking CBD, then you have even more options in terms of discreetly enjoying it indoors. This year, CBD edibles have completely exploded in popularity, leaving many stoners to try making some for themselves.

CBD edibles are an easy project to take on when you have some extra time on your hands. CBD oils can blend into practically any recipe, food, or drink, helping you craft to your heart’s desire. From CBD-infused smoothies to three-course meals full of doses of cannabidiol, you can safely (and quite easily) give yourself a dose of CBD just inside your meals.

Getting creative with CBD recipes is not only a great way to consume your cannabidiol, but it’s a great way to spend some time having fun and stimulating the mind. The internet is full of some incredible CBD recipes for you to try; or, you can add some CBD to your mom’s classic meals and see what happens. Regardless, CBD edibles are a wonderful way to enjoy your CBD right inside your home.

Crafting Your Own CBD-Infused Goodies

Homemade CBD infused muffins

Making your own CBD products doesn’t stop there, either. In general, getting creative with CBD is effortless because of how versatile the substance is. If you’re someone looking to experience some deep muscle tension relief, try crafting your own CBD sugar scrub for your bath! Or, you can spend some time making CBD capsules. Both projects are more than doable (especially when you have some time on your hands).

In general, the possibilities are endless when it comes to making your own CBD products. So, while you may not be able to get away with something like a CBD joint inside, no one is going to say a thing about your homemade tincture or softgels. 

Enjoying CBD Inside

While staying indoors may be getting a bit tougher as time goes on, it’s crucial for us to do our part in staying safe and healthy right now. So, if that means we’re enjoying our CBD inside for a bit, so be it. There are various ways you can still fully enjoy your CBD goodies without worrying about any smelly repercussions. 

From vaporizers to edibles and even homemade CBD sugar scrub, getting creative with CBD is both fun and easy to do. So, the next time you find yourself with some downtime, try making your own CBD goodies. Who knows, maybe you’ll come up with the next best product to use while staying at home!