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Here we tackle the common questions asked in relation to CBD Oil / Liquid...
Lets get straight to the most frequently asked question surrounding CBD. Vaping CBD e liquid will not get you high! It contains zero psychoactive properties. It has no influence on your mind or your behaviour. It cannot be used for getting you stoned. Official Aspire WILL NEVER sell a product that is illegal in the UK.
Yes it is. On the 13th October 2016 in the UK, the law changed to recognise CBD as a medicine. Many studies have been carried out, and standards have been established to ensure the quality and safety of CBD, and protect people's health and well-being. Any CBD containing product is now legally considered by the MHRA to be medicinal.
Without going all out nerdy, CBD oil vaporises at approximately 200℃ which is perfect for use within an e-cig. It is nicotine free, and does not produce a high.
Start with the lowest dose of CBD oil (100mg per 10ml is the lowest dose we have available). Vaping CBD has an immediate effect, so you'll be able to tell whether it has the desired outcome. Be mindful of the effects of the dose before taking more - this will prevent you from raising your tolerance too quickly, and will allow you to figure out what the right dose is for you.
CBD is extracted from the least processed part of the cannabis plant, known as hemp.
Hemp and marijuana both come from the cannabis sativa plant, but they are very different.
Hemp has a long history of use, including hemp seed oil and hemp fibres for rope and blankets. Unlike marijuana, it is not grown for its buds. The buds of the cannabis sativa plant are where you will find the majority of the THC compound. Since hemp contains much higher amounts of the required CBD, hemp is the perfect source of CBD oil extraction.
There is still little long-term data available on the negative implications of CBD. However, many short-term trials have found that CBD is well tolerated in adults across a wide range of doses.
To date, there have been no significant side effects to the central nervous system, or effects on the mood or vital signs of users.
Some people have reported feelings of tiredness and/or changes to appetite.
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of over 100 active cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. It is second only to THC for its abundance within the plant, and accounts for up to 40% of the plant’s make-up.
As we are non-medical professionals we cannot legally make any bold claims to the general public however, in studies the cannabinoids found in cannabis have been shown to offer therapeutic benefits for numerous conditions associated with an imbalance in the body’s homeostasis. It has also been discovered that CBD, in particular, has the ability to influence a wider range of receptors than just the cannabinoid variety. This may be the reason that it is showing results across such a wide range of medical uses. These include:
The clinical trials continue; and researchers are also looking into the effects of CBD on alzheimer’s, schizophrenia, obesity, epilepsy, respiratory diseases, and even cancer.
There are many reviews and testimonial available online from users of CBD previously.
Take your own time to read these, read the FAQ again and make your own mind up if its right for you.
Disclaimer: We would like to thank https://vapeukcbd.co.uk as we have used the information contained in their own CBD FAQ in the page above.