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What Makes a Good CBD Vaporizer?

September 01, 2022 4 min read

What Makes a Good CBD Vaporizer?

What Makes a Good CBD Vaporizer?

 CBD has been used in most nations where it is legal due to its health benefits, such as relieving anxiety and reducing pain. You can use hemp and hemp products in the US because CBD has been legalized.

CBD vaporizers are infused with CBD and other natural ingredients from the pant. Inhaling is considered the best way to use CBD because it is absorbed into the body. US-hemp-extracted CBD is encouraged because it is grown under agricultural regulations. Cannabidiol CBD is a chemical compound found in the cannabis or hemp plant. The plant has over 80 cannabinoid chemicals, including THC, the most famous compound with psychoactive properties. CBD is approved as a drug for seizures in the US. CBD and THC are obtained from the same plant but do not have the same effect. CBD affects the brain by acting on the cannabinoid system in the human body but does not alter the mental state. CBD also relieves anxiety and stress, reduces pain, and treats muscle disorder called dystonia.

 What Are CBD vapes

CBD vapes, also called CBD e-liquid or vape oils, are used in e-cigarettes. CBD oil and vapes are the same and can be used alternatingly. However, some consumers may think they are vaping the regular CBD oil or the one taken orally. Oral CBD oils are unsafe for your lungs since they do not contain VG or PG. Filling the lungs with hot oil might lead to severe health conditions. The users inhale the vapors into the lungs to be absorbed into the bloodstream.

 Vapes contain simple ingredients approved by MHRA, such as;

Propylene glycol PG –is a colorless and odorless food additive with some faint sweet taste.

 Vegetable glycerine VG- is a thick and sweet food additive.

 Flavoring- all the flavorings used in the e-liquids are approved by MHRA and are used along with other products to give the vape a unique taste.

 CBD extract is mainly hemp extract since it is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

  Types of CBD E liquids

  There are three CBD e-liquids: broad-spectrum, full-spectrum, and CBD isolate.

 Broad-spectrum CBD E-liquid

 This CBD e-vape contains 40 cannabinoid compounds with no wax and oil, making it safe for inhaling. The broad-spectrum liquid does not contain THC and cannot show you a high feeling. Besides the natural hemp, they are made of different flavors such as lemon and berries that give the consumers top choice based on their preference.

 Full-spectrum CBD e-liquid

 The full spectrum liquids contain all the collaborative elements from the hemp plant, including the waxes, oils, terpenes, and flavonoids. The e-liquids have no additional ingredient for flavor, giving them the taste of natural hemp. Since the liquid contains wax and oils, it is thick, making it hard to be vaped directly using the vaping device and other e-liquids to reduce the viscosity.

Isolate CBD E-liquids

This juice has no additives or other compounds that complement CBD from the plant and can be flavored intricately. This type of vape is suitable for people looking to add CBD to their cigarettes. CBD isolate e-liquids can be delivered through the mouth or lungs using open pod devices.

 Are E-liquids the Most Efficient Way to Take CBD

NHS in England stated that vaping is healthier than smoking and is the best way to take CBD. It has a high bioavailability compared to topical CBD. Bioavailability is the amount of CBD absorbed into the bloodstream and impacts the body. Therefore, a higher bioavailability increases the effectiveness of CBD in the body. According to Liu et al. (2022), vaping has a high bioavailability of approximately 56%.

Factors to Consider when Buying CBD products

 Source of CBD

Pavlovic et al. (2018) stated that the location where the hemp plant is grown can impact the quality of CBD products. This is because the cannabis Sativa plant can absorb any compound found in the soil. The high amount of chemicals in the soil can be present in the final CBD product. Therefore, US-grown hemp is encouraged because it is grown under agricultural regulations, making it reliable and high-quality.

 Extraction Method

Different methods are used when extracting CBD from the leaves. The separation of CBD from other active compounds uses harsh and strong chemicals that affect the product’s quality. However, the CO2 extraction method does not use chemicals, helping maintain the quality of the final product.

 Third-party testing

 The third-party testing helps ensure the authenticity of CBD. The testing ensures the product is of the required quality with no harmful ingredients such as heavy metals and chemicals. Before purchasing any CBD product, ask for the third-party testing report or get a sample using the product.

 The oncentration

 The packaging of the CBD product has the concentration listed in milligrams, including instructions for use. Since there is no medical recommendation regarding dosage, ensure that you consume the right amount depending on the CBD type.

Conclusion

CBD vape juice can be found in many vendors online and in local stores. Many products found in marketing, mostly online, are prone to mislabelling. Therefore, you must purchase CBD products from a reputable brand and company and confirm online what other users say about the products. Vaping is the new method of consuming CBD. However, you should choose the right CBD vaping product and start with a small dosage before progressing gradually. This is because there is less information on the side effects of vaping.

 References

Elsaid, S., & Le Foll, B. (2020). The complexity of pharmacology of cannabidiol (CBD) and its implications in the treatment of brain disorders. Neuropsychopharmacology, 45(1), 229.

Liu, Z., Zhang, Y., Youn, J. Y., Zhang, Y., Makino, A., Yuan, J. X. J., & Cai, H. (2022). Flavored and Nicotine-Containing E-Cigarettes Induce Impaired Angiogenesis and Diabetic Wound Healing via Increased Endothelial Oxidative Stress and Reduced NO Bioavailability. Antioxidants, 11(5), 904.

Pavlovic, R., Nenna, G., Calvi, L., Panseri, S., Borgonovo, G., Giupponi, L., ... & Giorgi, A. (2018). Quality traits of “cannabidiol oils”: cannabinoid content, terpene fingerprint, and oxidation stability of European commercially available preparations. Molecules, 23(5), 1230.