Cannabidiol, or CBD, has consistently been on the airwaves for the past few months. The hemp extract is extremely popular, especially in the medical, sports, health and wellness communities, and despite being only a year old, the CBD industry is already worth millions in sales. This immense demand is fueled by claims that cannabidiol is a potent natural medicine.
One interesting fact about CBD is that it’s quite easy to infuse into most foods and beverages. These days, it’s common to find CBD in everything from pastries and soft drinks to alcoholic beverages. Apart from these novel applications, there are also CBD oils, tinctures, topical balms and lotions. CBD vape juice is also gaining popularity as it offers a faster and more effective delivery system.
CBD vape juice, or e-liquid, is CBD that’s designed for vaping and it’s a little different from tinctures and oils. Let’s discuss a few crucial facts about CBD e-liquid.
It’s not the same as your regular CBD oil. CBD oil and tinctures are the most common means of delivery, but they differ greatly from CBD vape juice. For starters, CBD oils contain carrier MCT oils like coconut oil, and tinctures contain other solvents that make them unsafe for vaping. E-liquid, on the other hand, should ideally contain propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerol (VG), flavoring and the CBD itself.
Not all CBD e-liquid is safe. Although the CBD industry is worth a bundle in sales, it is barely regulated. This has resulted in a multitude of sellers selling thousands of unregulated products. A study of a number of products on the market found that a large percentage of them were contaminated. The amount of CBD in the products also contradicted the labeling. So before purchasing CBD vape juice, make sure you review results from third-party tests.
It isn’t for everyone. Unfortunately, not everyone can safely use CBD vape juice. People with respiratory issues would be advised to use tinctures and edibles for them to be effective. However, even if you don’t have any issues, consult a doctor before using any CBD vape product, especially if you’re taking other drugs.
CBD e-liquids are available in different flavors. Here’s where things get a little fun, especially if you live to experiment. There are several flavors one could choose from, ranging from peppermint to vanilla, strawberry, tobacco, lemon, and chocolate. Flavors like lemon and ginger can also decongest your nose and enhance the vaping experience.
CBD vape juice offers a faster and more effective means for taking CBD. As always, make sure you consult your doctor before using CBD, especially if you’re on other drugs. Industry watchers say that the warning to talk to a doctor before using any cannabis product is often found, with good reason, on the packaging of products made by CBD industry players, such as Plus Products Inc. (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF) and ChineseInvestors.com Inc. (OTCQB: CIIX).
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