History of CBD and How to Use It

CBD and THC are the two most abundant cannabinoids in marijuana and have been known since 1940. Although early research showed the psychotropic effects of THC (1964 exactly), it was not until the 1970s and 1980s that first serious advances on the therapeutic uses of CBD. We will remember the date of 1982 as that of the first study demonstrating the antipsychotic effects of CBD.

More and more CBD studies are emerging in the 1990s and are expanding the list of medicinal properties attributed to the molecule. It was not until 1995 that the chemical compound was first applied medically.

The 2000s will have even richer discoveries, including those that highlight the virtues of CBD to treat autoimmune diseases (including multiple sclerosis) and more recently cancers.

Today, the CBD is known to have many health benefits and continues to be studied. The development of medical cannabis has been accompanied by a relaxation of controversial plant legislation in many countries. Several European nations and American states have legalized its use in a medical way, favoring the emergence of a cannabis industry that currently weighs billions of euros.

We are talking about medical cannabis here because recreational cannabis still remains largely prohibited in Europe and elsewhere.

The equal status of therapeutic cannabis and CBD is constantly evolving (recently in Germany for example) and sometimes remains unclear in some countries such as France. Studies are proliferating and more and more laboratories are looking at the molecule to reveal its properties, but there are still many unknowns. Although cannabis is already applied medically in multiple forms, we are still in the experimental stage for many treatments. It is therefore necessary to take some precautions on the subject and wait for the research to progress before being able to establish certainties.

In recent years, we have seen the arrival of vape e-liquids containing CBD. Cannabidiol is a substance that adapts well to inhalation, properly integrating with the propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin that make up the e-liquid and having a good bioavailability.

Vaporising CBD is it dangerous?

It is still early to comment on the dangerousness of the CBD because we do not have enough perspective on its effects. CBD has however been studied in the scientific field for several years, particularly in medical research, and to date the dangerous nature of the molecule has not been demonstrated. As a precautionary principle, and as with most conventional e-liquids, pregnant women are advised not to consume e-liquid in the CBD, for more information, you can turn to a health professional. With regard to the general rules of security; keep your CBD liquids out of the reach of children, animals and avoid skin contact and ingestion.

Why Vape CBD?

The main advantage of consuming CBD in the form of inhalation is its assimilation. Inhaling CBD provides greater bioavailability than ingestion and better information transmission to the brain. As a reminder, the bioavailability is the proportion of the absorbed molecule relative to the total amount of the molecule consumed.

Vaporizing CBD is a simple and reliable way to enjoy its relaxing effects. A stressed or anxious person can, thanks to his electronic cigarette, benefit from a help with relaxation and relaxation.

 

How to Vape CBD

The Right Dosage Of CBD

CBD e-liquids are currently offered in different levels, expressed in mg / 10 ml, but which can also be expressed in mg / ml as with the nicotine concentrations. These rates are mostly between 30mg / 10ml and 600mg / 10ml. E-liquids with a higher concentration are considered booster and should not be vapoted alone.

Determine Your CBD Rate

It is very difficult to recommend a CBD dosage because the effects can vary widely from person to person. To try to define the rate that suits you best, you can refer to the information below.

The rate may vary depending on the equipment used; with an electronic cigarette that is powerful and vaporizes the liquid faster, it makes sense to take a less dosed liquid than if you use a “all-in-one” electronic cigarette with reduced liquid consumption. The habits of vape are also taken into account: if you want to vapote CBD at a specific time of the day you can use higher concentrations than if you plan to vapote throughout the day.

Rates lower than 100mg / 10ml (or 10mg / ml) provide light effects and its adapted to any style of vape (punctual or over time).

Intermediate levels around 300 mg / 10 ml (or 30 mg / ml) have greater effects. These concentrations are more suitable for occasional sessions of about fifteen minutes.

High levels around 500 mg / 10 ml (or 50 mg / ml) cause very marked effects and are reserved for occasional use.