Vaping CBD is the most effective delivery system, with instant relief and maximum efficacy. However, is it a safe alternative for CBD Oil? Is vaping CBD safe?
With all the controversy surrounding Electric cigarettes and vaping in the news at the moment, people want to know: Is vaping CBD safe? Is vaping the best way to take CBD?
The carcinogens found in cigarettes that lead to pulmonary disease, including lung cancer, are all removed when CBD is vaped.
Vaping sometimes gets “bad press” recently because many people associate it with vaping cigarettes, not cannabis.
Cigarette companies are promoting vaping as a “safer” than traditional smoking.
That is not completely true.
When you vape nicotine, you are still becoming nicotine addicted and nicotine – as we know, has multiple deleterious effects on the body – especially in the youth. Vaping cannabis is safe – no nicotine & no carcinogens – just clean cannabis.
However, CBD is not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration – although CBD is legal to use in the United States.
When something is approved by the FDA, they make sure that the medication, vitamin, or botanical is free of contaminants and that what is written on the label accurately reflects what is in the bottle. Some of the companies that promote CBD to the consumer have in fact THC in the product. This is a big problem if you are subjected to a random urine drug screening. CBD Testers verifies that what you see is what you get – period.
Over the past several years, the FDA issued several warning letters to firms that allegedly contain CBD – when they in truth did not, or if they did, it was at a lower dose that what was said on the label.
If you want to find out which companies received the warning letters, then go to this link –