CBD or Cannabidiol is one of the 113 chemicals derived from the Cannabis sativa plant, commonly known as marijuana or hemp. It is the lesser-known cousin of THC (which, unlike CBD, is a psychoactive chemical) and you may have seen it pop up in articles dealing with everything from wellness treatments to an add-in booster to your morning coffee.
CBD has gained momentum in the health and wellness sector as a treatment for a variety of things – from chronic pain and anxiety to acne and eczema. Research also shows uses in everything from cancer, hypertension, diabetes, etc. And though further research is needed, what information has been presented looks promising.
It is a natural pain reliever and has anti-inflammatory properties which are very effective for people who suffer from arthritis since it does not have debilitating effects on the liver like antibiotics would. But the scientific studies have not this validated fully in any human studies yet. Though people who have tried CBD for arthritis have said it helps in pain reduction, amongst other benefits.
CBD has also shown results in helping those with anxiety, depression, and insomnia. It has shown to reduce stress and anxiety in people dealing with a range of mental illnesses such as OCD, PTSD, and social anxiety disorder.
People suffering from acne, inflammation, and redness also have found CBD to have calming effects on the skin as it also helps curb sebum production. It’s picking up as a favorite in the beauty industry fast because of its wide properties.
Since CBD fights both stress and inflammation, its benefits for cancer patients make sense. And it reportedly helps to alleviate the symptoms of cancer to the side effects like vomiting and nausea and anorexia. It also helps with insomnia, anxiety, depression, and neuropathy.
Tests have been conducted showing that CBD oil may also improve conditions such as diabetes, multiple sclerosis symptoms, chronic inflammation. It also helps focus and reduce physical pain reception. It also may potential benefits for schizophrenia.
Since it is common for CBD users to feel relaxed, it is very good to help for reducing the pressure on the heart and stress levels.
There is also some research done on how CBD might be useful in reducing arrhythmia in heart patients. On diseases related to the heart, it is also widely believed that cannabidiol may reduce cholesterol, stress-induced cardiovascular response, and artery blockage.
Other research is being done on whether it helps in quitting smoking, being used in killing bacteria and MRSA. It might increase sleep longevity too.
CBD oil is considered generally safe as used in high doses has also been proven to be well tolerated by humans.
How well does Vaping CBD work?
Vaping CBD oil is fast becoming one of the more popular ways to use it. And with the diverse range of products available and the many ways to consume CBD, it might be a bit overwhelming to choose your preferred method and dosage.
Now that we know the many benefits of CBD, let’s get into a few of the pros and cons of Vaping and if it could be the right fit for your regimen. If you want to read an in-depth and detailed guide to vaping be sure to visit CBD Kyro (Your Ultimate Guide to CBD Vaping).
Vaping CBD vape oil is one of the most effective ways to get all the health benefits associated with CBD. CBD vape oil can be purchased at various potency levels from 250 mg per bottle up to 1000 mg per bottle.
Pros of Vaping
- Fast absorbing.
One of the reasons CBD vape oil has become so popular is that the results are almost instantaneous. After vaping from a “pen” or “cartridge” one quickly feels the sensation of relaxation sweep over the body as the benefits of CBD begins to take effect immediately.
Vaping CBD means it is absorbed into the body through your bloodstream rather than your digestive system. Inhaling CBD by vaping means a higher bioavailability than other consumption methods which means that more of it is absorbed into the body in comparison to other methods.
Another benefit of vaping CBD oil is the convenience and portability factor of the devices used to consume the substance.
Vaping is easy, all you need is a CBD vape oil and a vaporizer to vape it!
What is great about these devices is that they are small enough to fit into your purse or pocket and it is also discreet as it does not give off a strong smell. To add to that, vaping equipment creates little smoke, as compared to cigarettes or other equipment used to ingest substances.
Cons of vaping.
- Health risks still exist.
When vaping always be careful about your technique and how much vape juice you inhale at a time, along with the temperatures you’re heating the juice.
People who have pre-existing health conditions, especially those pertaining to lung conditions should be cautious when vaping CBD oil as it can cause a fit of coughing and maybe even nausea from over-inhalation of CBD oils.
Another health risk could be the use of toxic thinning agents in CBD vape oils. Since CBD extract is too viscous to be used directly in vape pens, thinning agents are used to treat it, so it can be vaped effectively.
Two common thinning agents are propylene glycol and polyethylene glycol, which could potentially break down into carcinogenic compounds when they reach excessively high temperatures. Studies have shown that even in low concentrations propylene glycol could induce respiratory complications like asthma and allergic reactions.
One way to avoid thinners is to vape dry herb flowers or get products made with 1005 vegetable glycerine, otherwise known as VG.
Although studies and research that CBD is not addictive in itself and can in fact be used to treat addictions, the act of vaping itself have found to be by many to be addictive.
People often become obsessed with the act and concept of inhaling CBD vapor as it is easy and convenient as opposed to traditional ingestion methods.
It is important to remember that whether you smoke it, vape it, eat it, or put it under your tongue, CBD is CBD. You should make sure you do your research and purchase thoroughly tested brands. Don’t forget to also consult your doctor if you are planning to incorporate it into your day to day routine.
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