CBD is generating a lot of buzz because of its potential to cure a variety of ailments. There are a lot of things to think about among all of the excitement. One of them is vaping. Although it is a popular way to use CBD, it also raises a number of issues. Before you get into CBD, particularly CBD vaping, it’s critical that you understand the answers to the topics we’ll be covering in this article.
What Does It Mean To Vape CBD?
Let’s start with CBD which you probably already know. CBD is a popular cannabinoid found naturally in the cannabis plant. It is popular because of its therapeutic benefits, and the absence of the mind-altering or intoxicating properties of its cousin THC.
Just like regular vaping, CBD vaping is a process whereby CBD vape juice is heated in a vaping device until it vaporizes. The vapor is then inhaled via the mouthpiece of the device into the lungs. Vaping CBD is possible thanks to two things: the CBD vape juice, and the vaping device itself which usually comes in a CBD vape kit. The CBD vape juice comprises vegetable glycerin (VG), propylene glycol (PG), flavorings, and CBD. CBD vape juice is often referred to as CBD vape oil however, it does not actually contain any oil (more on this later).
Is It Possible to Overdose on CBD Vape Juice?
It is not possible to overdose on CBD in general, and so long as you do not get a product with high percentages of THC, you should not also have to bother about getting high. Even though you can’t overdose, the right dosage is still important.
According to some studies, greater dosages make you tired, so if you have a long day of work ahead of you, a lesser dose may be preferable.
What Effect Will CBD Have On You When You Vape It?
The effects of CBD tend to differ because of certain factors such as the concentration of CBD in the e-liquid and your sensitivity to cannabidiol. In any case, there are some commonly reported effects of vaping CBD which is mostly tied to the praised therapeutic benefits of CBD itself. They are:
CBD oil vs CBD vape oil
Just like we mentioned earlier, CBD vape oil is not the same as CBD oil and the emphasis is in the word ‘vape’ attached to its name. While CBD oil actually contains oils, CBD vape oil does not. CBD oil is also designed for sublingual use while CBD vape oil is designed for inhalation.
Some other differences between the two is that CBD vape oil is the most bioavailable and it comes in assorted flavors so you do not have to deal with the natural taste of CBD.
Are There Side Effects To Vaping Cbd?
CBD is generally thought to be safe. However, several studies have discovered that CBD has certain adverse effects and that these side effects are most common in those who are new to CBD. With continued usage, the adverse effects usually fade. The following are some of the adverse effects that have been observed: dry mouth, low blood pressure, lightheadedness, and drowsiness.
Will Cbd Get Me High?
So long as you are vaping CBD vape juice that contains less than 03.% THC, then you should not worry about getting high. CBD on its own cannot get you high so make sure to check the THC content in the CBD vape juice before you buy it. In fact, CBD products are considered legal when they do not contain more than 0.3% THC.