If you’ve ever had the misfortune of getting too high from cannabis, you know how unpleasant that can be.
We have a few helpful tips to help bring you back down to reality. Also, check out our Vaping 101 article to learn everything you need to know about this dominating trending. And did you know you can recycle your vaped buds? All that and more in this week’s Recreational CBD Weekly Review and Newsletter.
Although cannabis typically works well for most people, there are situations in which people get too high. It usually comes at the worst possible time too. This usually happens to people who are new to using edibles, since it can take a while for the effects to kick in, but potent flower has also been known to take people to the next level as well.
Vaping came to be about 10 years ago as a healthier alternative to smoking tobacco. Since then , there have been some remarkable, cutting-edge advances when it comes to vaping, and CBD Vape Juice is one such innovation. Unlike THC, CBD doesn’t get you high, but it can make you feel wonderfully relaxed and at ease.
Yes, you read that right. Both CBD buds and regular cannabis flower can be used once more after vaping. Because the buds aren’t completely torched like they would be if someone was smoking, they can be recycled and used again in edibles and various other forms. It’s truly the most economic use of your CBD and cannabis buds.
If you’re a vaper, you’re likely familiar with the terms PG, VG, and MCT. Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) – which is derived from processed coconut of palm kernel oil – is quickly becoming the preferred additive in vape juice or E-liquid. Until recently, only PG or VG-based products were available.
OTHER TRENDING NEWS
It’s possible that Novel Food CBD classification may well become the accepted legal position for European CBD industry. Many ‘smart’ companies are already going through the process of securing compliance. However, at a cost of upwards of £250,000 such a certification is not coming cheap.
The theory that CBD can possibly interact with various medications has been thrown around for a while now, but as it turns out, some recently completed studies indicate this may be true. It’s a commonly held belief that because CBD is natural, it doesn’t have side effects or any negative drug interactions, but that’s a dangerous belief to have.