In today’s day and age, there are so many options for intaking CBD, cannabis, and other smoking alternatives. Whether you’re looking for a discreet way to ingest CBD, don’t want to eat an edible/tincture or simply want to try something new, vaporizing CBD is a cost-effective way to explore the potential benefits of CBD and its advantages. Here are a few benefits of vaporizing CBD.
1.) It’s discreet
Even in states where it is legal to cultivate hemp and cannabis, it is good to be discreet when consuming no matter what your intake method of choice is. Vaporizing CBD will not emit the strong, pungent odors, so you don’t have to worry about explaining yourself to anyone around you or discussing that your product is high in CBD and is being used as a medication. Unlike high-CBD strains of marijuana, if you need to consume outside of your home, this will ensure that the scent is not lingering on your clothing or skin. This will also make you respectful of your surroundings and assure that you are not offending anybody in public or at your workplace.
2.) It can be better for your health
Even when you smoke cannabis, the combustion still produces carcinogens. While no studies have proven marijuana to cause lung cancer, smoking of any kind can still lead to lingering coughing and even chronic bronchitis or emphysema. Heating CBD at lower temperatures can ensure that no-long term damage is done to your lungs.
3.) It saves you money
Embarking on a quest to find the perfect vaporizer can be quite the daunting task, especially for your wallet. While vaporizers may seem like an investment early on (they tend to run $50-$180 dollars), vaporizing marijuana is more efficient converting plant matter into active cannabinoids. A study conducted by California NORML and MAPS found that vapor devices can convert 46% of THC into vapor as opposed to less than 25% by smoking a joint, so you need less product to get the same effects. These figures can be easy to misinterpret, so Corey has written a blog with additional information on what this might mean for CBD's bioavailability. DiscoverCBD has a variety of inexpensive personal vaporizers available in-store at our North Academy location that can get you started and won't be a ridiculous burden on your wallet. On our online store, you can also purchase e-juice or pre filled cbd distillate cartridges.
3.) Many users find the effects to be more potent
While there is no clinical evidence, many consistent CBD users claim that vaporizing CBD has given them stronger, longer-lasting effects than other ingestion methods they’ve tried. As we’ve been over in prior blogs, everyone is different, so not every intake methods will yield the same results for every person. In addition to discretion, those who choose to use CBD for medicinal purposes will feel more comfortable doing so at work and they will maintain a clearer mind not worrying about what coworkers are thinking and dealing with a bombardment of questions that may come with eating an edible or smoking a high-CBD cannabis strain. It is also easy to gauge a dosage as you can take a tiny puff for minimal effects to taking long and deep inhales for a more potent effect. This may be even more pronounced when using our CBD isolate slab or CBD shatter + terpenes in a concentrate vaporizer or dab rig.
It should be noted once again that all methods of CBD or marijuana consumption can vary from person to person, so it is important to start dosing small and move up to avoid any unwanted side effects and understand your body’s personal chemistry the best.
With the advent of medical and recreational products for both hemp-based CBD and cannabis, technology and intake methods are changing all the time. Make sure to do your research and never hesitate to ask a doctor or medical professional what method might work best for you.
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