by cindy trethewey
People are using CBD Hemp Oil products as a food supplement to help conquer health conditions by fighting back with the nutrition inside the hemp plant. Over 12,000+ medical studies have been conducted on the sacred cannabis plant. Studies delving into the potential therapeutic values of CBD oil suggest the CBD can help relieve: anxiety, pain, inflammation, seizures, addictions, sleep disorders, digestive issues and depression. CBD is not a medicine or a cure for anything, it's classified as a food supplement. Our mission is to provide people with a healthier alternative to managing their health issues. Taking CBD oil as a sublingual tincture under the tongue is one of the most nutritious health food supplements you can do for your body and your body's own endocannabinoid system (ECS).
WHAT IS CBD VAPING?
Inhaling CBD hemp oil through a vaporizer is one delivery system to receive cannabinoids via the capillaries in the lung tissues. Vaping CBD is perhaps the fastest way to get CBD hemp oil into your bloodstream. Depending on the carrier oil in the CBD vape juice however, vaping CBD oil can possibly carry some risks. For this reason the more popular delivery method for CBD hemp oil is oral administration, such as with: CBD tinctures; sprays; drops; extracts; oils; and edibles which are administered orally under the tongue from a tincture dropper or in slow dissolving candies or gummies. Sublingual methods of administration can be achieved with CBD drops or by eating CBD candies. The nutrients and cannabinoids in the CBD oil can penetrate into the blood capillaries under the tongue and some of the CBD is further assimilated through the digestive system. BUY CBD HEMP OIL HERE AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
What is CBD (Cannabidiol)?
CBD (cannabidiol) from the hemp plant is classified as a multi-phyto-nutrient that is a component of the cannabis plant that boosts the immune system without any psychoactive function. CBD can assist the body in reaching a state of "homeostatis" and "balance."
CBD Hemp is a phytocannabinoid extracted from the wild hemp plant, an herb that grows naturally all over God's green earth. The acronym CBD stands for "cannabidiol" (pronounced ka-nab-bid-dye-all). CBD is the second most prominent phytocannabinoid compound found in the cannabis plant. CBD in hemp differs from the phytocannabinoid THC found in marijuana in that THC can get a person high when the plant is heated, smoked or eaten in edibles but CBD has no acting psychoactivity on the brain whatsoever. Users of CBD oil do report a sense of calm and focus but not a sensation of being high or stoned. This is part of CBD's growing popularity and charisma. You can get healthy taking CBD, but you will not get high!
CBD Hemp Oil can be considered to be a Super Food. CBD oil from the entire hemp plant has the following nutrient profile:
Vaping CBD is a different subject all together. It is the author's personal belief that vaping CBD is a healthier alternative to smoking nicotine cigarettes based on the information that is available. Vaping CBD is not addictive. Some use it as a crutch to wean themselves off of nicotine addiction which is much worse. This conclusion has everything to do with the publicly known carcinogens reported in nicotine cigarettes. The jury is still out on how safe the carrier oils are on the lungs with long term exposure for example PG (propylene glycol) and VG (vegetable glycerin) and some vapes use MCT (medium chain triglycerides in the synthetic form). There are not even studies to support that these vape carrier oils are completely safe.
Vaping CBD oil requires the use of an electronic vape pen for a delivery system as does vaping nicotine. The vape technology is identical for nicotine or CBD. And there are so many different types of vaporizers on the market for this trend of vaping nicotine e-Cigarettes. Vaping CBD is relatively new and went slowly entered the market about 3 years ago at about the same time e-Cigarettes hit the scene. CBD has just recently gone more mainstream as more people learn about it. But the CBD vaping trend has not yet reached critical mass and has caught on slower because of the tightening of credit card merchant accounts. These e-Juices come in many brands and flavors. The vape pens themselves are generally disposable or the coils and batteries can be replaced on certain vape pen brands.
Basically an eCigarette and a vape pen are the same device, just different eLiquids go in the vaping chamber. A vape pen is shaped like a cylinder. Inside there is a chamber for the eLiquid, an atomizer which heats the liquid, a battery to power the atomizer, the air chamber where the vapor from the atomizer travels into the mouthpiece where it is inhaled through the mouth like a cigarette. The eLiquid inside the vaping apparatus can be plain eJuice with a variety of flavorings, generally made up of vegetable glycerin, propylene glycol and flavoring. Nicotine is then added to this vaping "juice" liquid. And most recently CBD oil has been added to vape juice. Some people mix CBD in with their nicotine for a more relaxing effect. Flavors can be anything from spicey blends like cinnamon, or every conceivable fruit, cupcake, or candy flavor. Some vapes are plain left with the the natural flavor of the CBD hemp oil. This has a distinct earthy flavor.
Vaping is generally considered safer than smoking from the standpoint that there is no combustion created inside the vaporizer and there are fewer chemicals ingested from eLiquids when compared to nicotine cigarettes. Studies are being done now on the benefits of vaporizing CBD when using it to replace more harmful habits such as drugs, alcohol, or cigarettes.
In the link below is a detailed study performed in the UK, funded by the Medical Research Council, where in a double-blind placebo study they researched the outcomes between 24 nicotine addicted cigarette smokers who expressed an interest in quitting smoking. The cigarette smokers were split into two groups.
Group #1 was given an eCigarette filled with a placebo liquid (without nicotine or CBD) and the Group #2 was given eCigarettes (or vaping pens) filled with non-nicotine CBD vape juice. It was found that the CBD treated group smoked 40% less nicotine cigarettes during one week of treatment.
This promising pilot study has prompted more interest in doing more controlled research studies of the kind involving CBD vape replacement therapy for nicotine addiction. Judging from the questionnaire responses by participants, it's believed that CBD can be used to reduce the symptoms of anxiety, insomnia, irritability and cravings of cigarettes by modulating the receptors in the endocannabinoid system, researchers theorize.
"CBD is also a potentially excellent treatment of addiction due to its anxiolytic properties (anti-anxiety), as anxiety is a key symptom often observed in withdrawal from nicotine and other drugs."....."The main finding of this study was a dramatic reduction in the number of cigarettes smoked across a 7 day period in the individuals using the CBD inhaler, compared to no reduction in the placebo group." (This is an excerpt of the study, so please refer to the whole study at http://cannabisclinicians.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/CBDcigarettes.pdf/.
Vaping CBD is beginning to catch on as a safer replacement for cigarette smokers who are seriously trying to quit. Nicotine can be added to the CBD eliquid vaping liquid and reduced by a tapering off effect, as well as, the cold turkey method where the person quitting the cigarette habit opts for the CBD vape as a complete switch up. Vaping CBD has been successful for nicotine withdrawal symptoms because of the relaxing effect on the nervous system while still giving the ex-smoker that placebo feeling that they are still smoking something.
"As of 2017, smoking causes one in ten deaths worldwide, with half of those deaths in the US, China, India and Russia." - "Smoking causes one in 10 deaths worldwide, study shows". BBC News. 2017-04-06. Retrieved 2017-04-11. According to Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobacco_smoking
Cigarette smoking is horrible in that it contains over 7,000 chemicals (when burned) and 69 chemicals are known carcinogens and many which are outright poisonous.
Here Are Some Commonly Publicized & Scary Ingredients in Factory Rolled Nicotine Cigarettes:
(retrieved from http://www.lung.org/stop-smoking/smoking-facts/whats-in-a-cigarette.html?referrer=https://us.search.yahoo.com/)
The US Surgeon General has announced nicotine harms the developing fetus during pregnancy causing brain and lung development consequences and functioning in newborns, in addition to lower birth weights, pre-term delivery, SIDS and still-births.
When compared to smoking a nicotine cigarette, vaping CBD without nicotine is a lot safer and less damaging to the body. However vaping is not 100% safe. Vaping anything is a habit. Vaping CBD can be a healthier conduit as a temporary replacement to cigarette smoking and a relatively healthier way to get a fix, whereby vaping CBD, the ex-smoker gets a physical sensation similar to smoking cigarettes, while reducing the harm from inhaling the chemicals in traditional nicotine cigarettes. E-cigarettes infused with nicotine are not safe either but may be safer because there are fewer chemicals and carcinogens then rolled cigarettes. There are not enough studies to make completed conclusive statements but there is a lot of anecdotal evidence that eCigarettes are safer than traditional ones. And referring back to the UK cited above, the study named in the beginning of this article, the participants in CBD vaping reduced their cigarette smoking by 40%, there is a growing consensus that vaping is a bridge from the addiction to cigarettes and to the freedom of non-addiction and the positives of CBD vaping over-ride any temporary negatives involved in vaping CBD eLiquid. Realize, like anything, vaping should be done in moderation until it can be eliminated altogether especially where the additives propylene glycol or polyethylene glycol are used as thinning agents in the vape juice.
So the question remains, how safe is inhaling CBD or hemp from a vaporizer?
"Project CBD research associate Eric Geisterfer conducted a limited survey of cannabis vape oil and CBD hemp vape oil cartridges. Several of these products were found to include propylene glycol as an additive. Some cannabis vape oil cartridges also include propylene glycol or polyethylene glycol as a thinning agent. Both compounds may have adverse health effects when heated and inhaled." (retrieved from: https://www.projectcbd.org/how-safe-your-vape-pen).
So there is no evidence that CBD hemp oil itself is unsafe in CBD vape juice but the additive propylene glycol or polyethylene glycol is questionable to health when used in a vape pen or vaporizer. As always do your research before you put something in your body.
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