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Dr Watson CBD e-liquids are for use with any refillable e-liquid vaporiser and are made in fully certified (ISO 9001) facilities in the UK. E-liquids contain GMP-certified hemp extract organically farmed in the US, and real strain-derived cannabis terpenes.  Researchers are now discovering that terpenes have a direct link to the efficacy of cannabinoids.


Our e-liquids come in 6 different flavours, 3 different strengths, and we also have one unflavoured CBD vape additive containing 10% pure CBD.


If you are new to CBD vaping, we recommend you start with 100mg or 300mg.

If you are a CBD veteran then you know what you’re doing, and will probably buy the 600mg or 1000mg unflavoured vape additive.


Our fruity flavours are the most popular, with Berry Kush, Watermelon Kush, and Lemon Haze being our top sellers.


You can also see the lab reports for all of our e-liquids here https://drwatsoncbd.com/pages/lab-certificates


Guaranteed True Zero THC, so you don’t have to worry about getting high or failing a drugs test.


Here’s some more recent vaping/ e-cigarette / ENDS (electronic nicotine delivery system) history for you…

Vaping, an industry worth over $14bn a year (in vape sales) globally and growing at 20% CAGR (compound annual growth rate… 20% is a lot), has faced an uphill battle against Big Tobacco and local governments who quite enjoy the tax revenue from people smoking (US tobacco companies have paid the government $100bn to date and owe a further $146bn).


It was only in 2006 that electronic cigarettes were introduced in Europe and the United States.


In 2008 Turkey banned the sale of e-cigarettes after Health Ministry Drugs and Pharmacy Director, Mahmut Tokaç, claimed that e-cigarettes are just as harmful as smoking regular cigarettes (crazy right?). FYI, cigarette taxes in Turkey are 87%...


In September 2008 the WHO (World Health Organization) stated that it does not consider e-cigs to be a legitimate smoking cessation aid product. This also makes no sense. Cigarette sales are declining at ~8% per year and vaping sales are growing. Seems correlated to us.


A month later a study by Health New Zealand conducted detailed quantitative research and analysis on the safety of vaping. (here’s the study - http://www.casaa.org/wp-content/uploads/10-30-08-RuyanCartridgeReport30-Oct-08.pdf).

The study involved several world class universities and laboratories in New Zealand and Canada.

The conclusion of the study was that e-cigarettes are 100 to 1000 times less dangerous than smoking.

Here’s a summary of the results:


“It is very safe relative to cigarettes, and also safe in absolute terms on all measurements we have applied. Using micro-electronics it vaporizes, separately for each puff, very small quantities of nicotine dissolved in propylene glycol, two small well-known molecules with excellent safety profiles, – into a fine aerosol. Each puff contains one third to one half the nicotine in a tobacco cigarette’s puff. The cartridge liquid is tobacco-free and no combustion occurs.”


So what are we getting at here?

There are some seriously compelling research studies that conclude vaping is much safer than smoking. Nicotine is an addictive substance, and does carry its own health implications. Good news – Dr Watson products contain no nicotine.



This high strength flavourless CBD pure base / vape additive is a great addition to your regular e-liquids. You can add it to your nicotine e-liquids and your CBD e-liquids to make an exciting fusion or increase the strength.

2 drops of Dr Watson CBD vape additive equals 10mg of CBD.

A full bottle mixed into your 10ml e-liquid will give you 20ml with 1000mg of CBD (5%), or 50mg per ml. 




A sweet combination of berries and OG Kush terpenes for those that like an earthy touch in their CBD e-liquid.



A timeless classic. This flavour is famous around the world for its aroma and taste. Dr Watson Lemon Haze CBD e-liquid is heavier on lemon flavour than cannabis – definitely those



A minty cool menthol flavour. Delicate and powerful at the same time. For those looking to add a spark of freshness to their day.



Who doesn’t love strawberries? Great for those who like a sweet fruity flavour with subtle herbal notes from the Diesel terps.



This pleasant dessert flavour is made for those with a sweet tooth. Made by the same flavourist that concocted Dinner Lady’s award winning e-liquid Lemon Tart, this Vanilla is rich with a subtle hint of hemp. Did you know that vanilla comes from the Orchid flower?



Watermelons are 92% water, making them a perfect refresher. This vape liquid is great for just that. 2% OG Kush terpenes make a super chill out taste.




How long will a bottle of Dr Watson CBD e-liquid last?

One bottle should last you one month. This will vary depending on the strength you buy and your daily CBD needs.


Is CBD safe to vape?

The World Health Organization declared CBD as safe, non-toxic, and non-addictive. To date, there has been no evidence of any public health problems associated with the use of CBD. The WHO report is here.


What is in your e-liquids?

Organically cultivated hemp extract in the form of CBD isolate, vegetable glycerol, propylene glycol, a blend of certified food-grade flavours from France and Germany, and cannabis terpenes.


Will it get me high?

CBD will not get you high. It is not psychotropic (it will not affect your mental state).


How much should I take?

If you’re new to vaping CBD you may want to start on the lower strengths. If you don’t feel anything after vaping for a few minutes then you may need a stronger dose. If you are average size and weight you should feel something after taking 20mg of CBD.


What is PG?

PG is short for Propylene Glycol. It is a water-soluble solvent used in pharmaceuticals as a vehicle for drugs. It is non-toxic and when its vapour is inhaled in the lungs it dissolves 100%. They have done intensive testing on mice, blasting them with huge amounts of PG vapour over 14 day periods and concluded that PG is no significant hazard to their health (thankfully the mice were set free, and we are grateful for their brave dedication to scientific research).