The term “hemp” is used to refer to a variety of different things, and you’ve probably seen it used in a variety of different products—from rope, to shoes, to textiles, to biofuel. But can you smoke hemp? If you’re asking yourself that question, you’re probably interested in hemp as a medicinal product—something you can ingest or inhale. You’re wondering if it’s safe, and if there are any psychoactive effects you should expect. And if you can smoke hemp, perhaps you’re looking for some best practices for doing so. Let’s dive into all these questions and more.
CBD (cannabidiol) has long been the health compound of the future; but now that it’s finally gaining the mainstream traction it deserves, it’s steadily becoming the health compound of the present. More people than ever are taking health into their own hands through some form of CBD usage, and the benefits of CBD are more widely expounded upon than ever.
When it comes to CBD benefits, though, how much is fiction, and how much is data-backed? How much of what you have heard has the benefit of being backed by real studies, real statistics, and real science?
That’s what we’re going to discuss today. Here are the top 5 research-backed benefits of using CBD.
You may know by now that vaping CBD oil is one of the fastest ways to get CBD into your system so you can start feeling relief. When you vaporize CBD oil, the oil is heated just enough to turn into vapor, at which point you inhale it. Doing so allows the CBD to reach your bloodstream 30 to 60 minutes faster than other methods of CBD inhalation or ingestion.
But how exactly is it done? Vaping non-intoxicating CBD oil or hemp oil is not exactly rocket science. At the end of the day, though, it’s a conscious decision you’re taking for your health and wellness, and you don’t want to take it lightly. As such, there are 3 definitive steps you should take before and during the act of inhaling CBD oil through a vaporizing device. Let’s run through each.