Maybe you were wondering about this question in the past already. And maybe you have read some articles/opinions about it as well. This question has flooded the forums and blogs right after the CBD was found very helpful for some people and various companies started to sell products with CBD.
So, is CBD extracted from hemp (less than 0,2% THC) the same as CBD extracted from high THC strains (marijuana)? Let’s get back to school in the chemistry class we all loved the most, right? We will try to make is as simple as possible (we are not chemists either). The laws of chemistry and biochemistry remain the same whether the molecule is extracted from hemp or marijuana. Each molecule is made up of the specific arrangement of atoms with a particular bonding pattern. So no matter if you get the molecule from hemp or marijuana, the molecule will remain the same because – chemistry!
From the physiological point of view, neither the body recognizes if the CBD compound was extracted from low THC or high THC strain. All the interactions with enzymes in our bodies and receptors’ reactions to CBD remain the same.
The most important thing regarding CBD products is the growing and production process. We mention it in almost every article, but really do the best you can before you pay for your CBD e-liquid or any other CBD product. Try to investigate what kind of hemp or marijuana is in the product you’re buying, if it was grown organically or not. Ask about the production method and certificates of quality. That’s how you get the best product, no matter if from hemp or marijuana.
Learn more: https://www.leafly.com/news/science-tech/is-cbd-from-cannabis-the-same-as-cbd-from-cannabis
If you are a CBD consumer, the question has already come to your mind: What CBD dosage is good for me?
CBD is coming in different forms and concentrations, you can vaporise it for example or ingest it, with different effects. CBD is non-psychoactive, no toxic and has no side effect and its benefits are coming at various doses. At any time you can easily stop a treatment without side-effects.
Concentrations vary between preparations, ranging from 1 mg per dose to hundreds of milligrammes. This makes it easy for consumers to get the dosages they need in a form they find easy to use.
We aim at presenting you a simple guideline or starting point for your CBD consummation.
Everyone Is Different
The first thing to understand is that everybody will react differently to their CBD dosage. The right dose of CBD varies with the person. Generally speaking, larger individuals may prefer a higher dose of CBD than smaller people. With CBD, you should be patient to meet your personal needs and scale up just a few milligrammes at a time.
When beginning CBD, it’s best to start with the smallest dose possible. As serving size or dosage of CBD differs for each person, it is best to start small and gradually increase until you experience the desired result.
As with any new product, it is important to become familiar with how your body responds to CBD before increasing the dose.
Your body will build its tolerance level between 4 and 8 weeks.
After 4 weeks, you should be able to take the double dose to reach the same effects.
After 6-8 weeks you should be adjusted better to your body functions.
Results could be good after just 1-2 weeks, but you could also be with CBD for several years.
The recommendation we have regarding the increase of your CBD dosage is that it should be done every 3-4 weeks by 25mg until you feel it is working.And to decrease amount of CBD with any worsening of symptoms
Nowadays, the vaping market is full of different type of e-cigarettes and the trend won’t last to hit you if it’s not already the case.
We want you to have the best vaping experiment so we draw the five commandments of the perfect vaper.
1.Your material you will complete.
An e-cigarette ready to be vaped has:
- A power source (usually a battery or wire that draws power from a USB port)
- An atomiser (the part containing the heating element)
- A cartridge (the part containing the liquid storage material)
- A tasteful and pleasant e-liquid
2. Savings You Will Make
Smoking €10 cigarettes pack a day for a week will cost you €70. The price of e-liquid varies greatly but €10 buy you a bottle that could last you anywhere from a couple of days to a couple of weeks allowing some people to save about $100 per week.
3. Educated You Will Be
An e-cigarette replaces 4000 chemicals of the classic cigarette with 4 known components that make e-liquids:
- Vegetal Glycerin – natural chemical, derived from vegetable oil
- Propylene Glycol – It carries flavour more effectively than VG
- Nicotine or CBD. Some companies offer different concentration of nicotine/CBD to be able to switch to one to another easily, check here.
4.Security you won’t forget
Because e-cigarettes are high technology devices working with combustion, safety is a major concern. It is very important to follow your e-cigarette instructions and to do a proper usage of the battery- especially when using sub ohm atomisers on mechanical and unregulated mods. Forums are also a great way to ask questions about safety and learn through other people’s experiences.
5. Vaping you will learn
The first e-cigarette puff is often a surprise for beginners. The technique is much different than smoking a tobacco cigarette. DON’T WORRY, we’re here to guide you!
- Before starting vaping, make sure it is allowed in the place you are. Not all the public places will accept you to vape.
- Hit the fire button ( If there is one ), put the mouthpiece to your mouth, and inhale; Keep in mind that you’re not going to have to inhale as hard as you do with a traditional cigarette. Many smokers like to do a “primer puff” to warm up the atomiser of their device. To do so the first puff you will take will be quick to heat up the coil but without the intention of pulling everything.
WARNING: You will maybe not be able to notice when you had enough of your vape.Unlike a cigarette that is done when the cherry reached the butt, the battery of an e-cigarette won’t shrink as you’re vaping. You have to rely on your body that will notify you the nicotine rush and let you know when enough is enough. The general rule of thumb is that higher nicotine concentrations should be vaped in shorter bursts than lower nicotine concentrations.