What is CBD (or E-liquid cannabidiol)?
CBD is a molecule of the cannabinoid group. The most known cannabinoids are THC, CBD and CBG. Their actions and chemical structure are different: the CBD will relax and be beneficial for the well-being while the THC has psychoactive properties. CBD alone or CBD oil will have no psychoactive priority.
CBD exists in particular liquid electronic cigarette that will also enter your e cigarette as any e liquid. It is also possible to make liquid CBD, it will be called the DIY CBD (Do It Yourself).
CBD E liquid, what should we think?
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of 85 cannabis active cannabinoids, and the main argument in the debate around the medical use of marijuana.
Very fashionable nowadays, any good vapoteur has heard of the controversy of e liquid cannabidiol for electronic cigarette. The sale and consumption of products containing CBD is legal, within the limit of - 0.2% THC. Only its extraction and production remain to be excluded in France. In Europe, and in order to be in conformity with the European legislation, the CBD must be extracted from varieties appearing in the European catalog: Fédora, Futura for example. These varieties, which grow freely in our country, contain less than 0.2% THC.
The CBD liquids remain identical to your usual liquid with identical composition: propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin (PG VG) with or without natural flavor. Nicotine is absent in this product. It is also possible to buy and consume organic 100% natural CBD liquid.
Note also that one chooses his CBD rate like that of nicotine. The scales are consistent depending on your choice: 50, 100, 300, 500 mg, etc.
5 things to know about cannabidiol!
Cannabidiol and THC, key ingredients of cannabis
Among the different cannabinoids of cannabis, THC and CBD are generally present in the highest concentrations, and are therefore the best known and studied. Levels of THC and CBD vary greatly depending on the marijuana varieties. Plants grown for recreational use are often more loaded with THC than with CBD.
Nevertheless, by using selective breeding techniques, horticulturists have succeeded in creating varieties with high rates of cannabidiol and almost no THC. These varieties are rare, but are becoming more and more popular.
Unlike THC, cannabidiol has no psychoactive property
Cannabidiol is therefore not psychoactive because it does not act on the same receptors as THC that are highly concentrated in the brain and are responsible for the psychotropic effects of THC.
An article published in 2011 in Current Drug Safety concludes that CBD "does not interfere with psychomotor and psychological functions." The authors add that several studies suggest that cannabidiol is "well tolerated and safe" even in high doses.
No addiction will result from the vape of CBD differently from nicotine and its consumption does not lead to euphoric effects, but to the well-being and serenity of the vapoteur or the vapoteuse.
The only negative effects of CBD eliquide remain some feelings of drowsiness for people more sensitive to the molecule.
Finally, CBD is not a medicine that should not be consumed to treat, relieve, prevent diseases.