1. What is CBD?
2. What are the effects of CBD?
3. How much CBD is right for me?
4. Forms of CBD
5. Legality of CBD
7. Available products at VapinUSA.com
What is CBD?
CBD stands for “Cannabidiol” and is a molecule derived from the hemp plant. When consumed it reacts with your bodies Endocannabinoid System. There have been many observations of CBD relieving a multitude of ailments. There is no or very small amounts of THC in CBD, so there is no psychoactive effects with CBD only products.
What are the effects of CBD?
CBD is non-toxic, non-psychotropic, and not addictive.
There have been many studies that show CBD can potentially help relieve many ailments including:
Anxiety, insomnia, pain, stress, PTSD, nausea, migraines, inflammation, depression, arthritis, plus dozens more.
Side effects are rare and can include:
Drowsiness, changes in appetite, and dizziness. If these or any other symptoms occur, lower your dosage or stop using CBD and consult with your doctor.
How much CBD is right for me?
It is important to find the right amount of CBD to take per day to have the most efficient and positive outcome.
Everyone’s body is different, so it’s better to start at a small amount and increase the dosage as needed. Depending on the severity of your ailments, you may need more or less. There’s a lot of trial and error, so we suggest keeping a daily journal of how much you consume and the effects you feel until you reach your desired amount.
So how much should I take?
Depending on your weight and ailment you should start with a low dosage of 15mg CBD per day and increase as desired.
For CBD e-liquid it depends on the CBD MG strength and the size of your vape tank. If you have a 30ml bottle with 500mg CBD then that would be 16mg per ml. A 3ml tank would be around 50mg of CBD when it’s filled.
Forms of CBD
CBD is available in many varieties including:
- Oil Additives and Tinctures
- E-liquid for vaping
- Topicals like creams and salves
- Pills and Capsules
- Edibles like gummies and chocolates
Studies have shown vaping CBD is one of the most effective ways for absorption. Ingested products are filtered through the liver, while topicals do not enter the bloodstream.
Legality of CBD
On Dec. 20th, 2018 CBD was removed from the Controlled Substances Act.
The hemp plant and the marijuana plant are different. Both are two types of species of the cannabis plant family. Hemp is grown with less than 0.3% of the active ingredient in marijuana, THC. Marijuana is illegal in the state of Wisconsin as well as many other states. CBD is legal on a federal level and in the state of Wisconsin.
CBD use is still in its early stages so the purchaser should be aware of buying from trusted and tested brands.
We urge all CBD consumers to be aware of the local and city regulations and laws and to use CBD responsibly in a private and safe location such as your home.
Available products at VapinUSA.com
All information contained herein should not be used to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease or condition. It is the reader’s responsibility to make their own health decisions and consult a licensed doctor for further research and medical advice. VapinUSA takes no responsibility or claim on treating any condition. CBD has not been fully evaluated or approved by the FDA. All CBD is to be used at your own risk and if any negative side effects arise, we strongly encourage you to discontinue the usage and consult your doctor.
Research for this document has been thorough but may change as new information becomes available.
We wish you the best of luck in helping to relieve your conditions with CBD.
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