Generally speaking, vaping is an unsafe practice regardless of what substances are in the vape pen. And, CBD oil is no exception. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently linked vaping products to an outbreak of nearly 3,000 lung illnesses that were so serious that even young people were being admitted to the hospital. Meanwhile, nearly 70 people have died from what is now being called EVALI (e-cigarette and vaping associated lung injury). And, the CDC believes thousands more may have admitted to the hospital with lung issues related to vaping.
If you are considering vaping CBD oil as a way to address a medical concern, talk to your doctor first. The risks associated with vaping and CBD oil are significant and may not provide the benefits you want.
What Is CBD Oil?
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Additionally, numerous scientists, doctors, and researchers are concerned with the safety of inhaling CBD oil because little is known about the long-term effects. What’s more, when vaping devices are heated, a chemical reaction takes place in the vapor, which could pose additional risks to the lungs, especially in young people.
Part of the draw to CBD oil in areas where marijuana has been legalized is the fact that it has been touted as helping treat a host of medical problems. Some of the medical issues people claim that the oil treats include epileptic seizures, anxiety, inflammation, and sleeplessness. However, there is very little evidence backing up these claims with the exception of treating epilepsy.
During the extraction process, CBD is isolated from THC in order to satisfy government regulations before being sold. All CBD oil products must not contain more than 0.3% THC in order to be sold legally.
It’s best to start small as if you do too much, your body will remove it from your system – and it won’t be a pleasant experience.
What Is CBD Vape Juice?
CBD oil is one of the hottest products in the world right now. There is a lot of excitement about its uses in the medical industry and its impact on the economy.
A lot of farmers actually think CBD oil as a byproduct of industrial hemp used for a variety of other purposes, such as producing paper and rope. Some will even sell unused hemp to those that want to extract the CBD oil, but there are others that are starting to extract it themselves as a ‘dual-purpose’ practice.
But first, let’s look at what CBD oil is.