Trend of cannabis liquid E for electronic cigarette
Cannabis liquid or cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most common cannabinoid 2 in hemp. It does not have the psychotropic effects of THC but acts significantly on the nervous system by improving concentration, decreasing stress, and remains recognized in the medical field. Cannabis liquids are liquids that are meant to be inhaled through an electronic cigarette system (also known as "vaping"). The trend is becoming clear, the liquid cannabidiol (CBD) is healthy and a high bioavailability for our body.
E liquid cannabis with CBD (Cannabidiol)
The e-liquid CBD is intended for consumption by inhalation of steam using an electronic cigarette, also called vaping. The goal is to inhale nicotine substitutes for cigarettes, and above all to limit the toxic effects of combustion, or even for some people reduce the overall consumption of nicotine.
They are generally composed of a mixture of propylene glycol or vegetable glycerine, flavors and optionally nicotine. In short, one can produce a 100% natural cannabis liquid from non-toxic products. But this nicotine can also be replaced (or combined) with an element very present in hemp and cannabis: cannabidiol (CBD).
Cannabidiol is a cannabinoid with non-psychotropic properties, that is, it does not leave you stone. However, it has many healing properties to treat convulsions, nausea, anxiety and many more. In the case of e-liquid, the low doses bring a benefit on concentration, and relaxation. Moreover according to new studies Cannabidiol (CBD) helps effectively in the fight against smoking.
Note, however, that the CBD e-liquid requires a suitable e-cigarette that heats the liquid to the correct temperature to allow the CBD to be properly vaporized. So an 20-30 W e-cig that heats up to 180 ° C is often very good.
Flavored CBD liquids
These are the result of a conservative extraction of all gustative molecules of hemp, the taste is preserved plus expired vapor remains odorless. The big advantage of cannabinoids is that they have no smell or taste. Other molecules are responsible for it, better known as terpenes.
In this case are added to their composition natural or non-natural flavors. In general we find on the market some tastes with mango, sweet strawberry, raspberry, etc. Of course these perfumes are examples of marketed flavors, just like in the food industry ... Artificial flavors theoretically allow to obtain the most original tastes. But the most interesting liquid would be the one that safeguards the terpenes of some cannabis strains such as ß-Caryophyllene, Terpinolene, ß-Ocimene, and the classic Limonene (lemon).
The cannabis liquid with THC
These e-liquids are manufactured in the same way as e liquid CBD, they are however not legal everywhere by not usable for its medical virtues. THC e-liquid is much less controlled since it contains THC, a psychotropic substance prohibited for recreational use. Most of the products marketed are based on synthetic THC with molecules like JWH-018 or other strange molecules ...
Know that the effects of these synthetic cannabinoids are recognized as dangerous. They act on the same receptors as natural THC but in a more "uncontrollable" way ... The bad feedback is numerous and sometimes frightening. At best, do your own e liquid.
Bioavailability of the CBD liquid
The first scientific study on vaping CBD (" Protocol for the administration of Cannabidiol (CBD) and CBD combined with 9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) by vaping Was written by researchers at Wollongong University in Australia in October 2014. This research mentions that intrapulmonary administration of cannabinoids is considered an effective mode of absorption. Because it is accompanied by rapid action and high systemic bioavailability. Cannabinoid vapotage is a safe intrapulmonary administration as it does not involve the risks associated with combustion. In addition, the study concludes that eating CBD is not effective, injecting it is dangerous, smoking is also dangerous and ineffective, vaping is the best option.
Vaporizing CBD remains a growing trend. Thus, the "clean" side for health and mild in its effect ensures a moderate and serene consumption of a molecule already present in our nerve receptors. The market is under construction but some cultural experts are starting to draw the best possible extracts to ensure a high quality final product. Do not consume synthetic molecules and opt for a natural and organic guarantee of the raw material.