Canavape CBD E-Liquid 10ml 100mg CBD
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You've heard more and more about it recently, and you're probably asking "Just what is CBD Oil, and where does CBD oil come from?"
We are happy to start providing the answers to these frequently asked questions. We'll help guide you through our range, and make sure that you purchase the product that's perfectly suited to your individual needs.
Canavape CBD E-Liquid
Canavape CBD E-Liquid 10ml 100mg is the perfect entry point to the world of CBD, and a gentle way to start exploring how its benefits can work for you. This liquid is compatible with all your favourite vaporizers so there's no need for specialist equipment, just vape as you would your regular liquids!
Canavape CBD E Liquid Flavours:
- Canavape Blueberry: A bestseller for several years running, this soft and smooth flavour is perfect for those new to vaping.
- Canavape Grape Escape: This grape medley with just a dash of apple flavour will evoke memories of your favourite bottle of wine.
- Canavape Cool Cola: One of the newer flavours in the Canavape range, this is quickly storming up the bestsellers list. That sweet cola taste made with partly natural flavourings and a cool exhale will delight your inner child.
- Canavape Pink Lemonade: A delectable combination of summery fruits and refreshing citrus, this liquid should probably come with a cocktail umbrella in it.
- Canavape Mary Jane: A herbal flavour blend designed to emulate the profile of marijuana, but without using any Cannabis Terpenes (isolated flavour compounds).
CBD F.A.Q. (Frequently Asked Questions)
What does CBD stand for?
CBD stands for Cannabidiol, and refers to a compound extracted from the hemp plant.
Is CBD Legal in U.K?
Yes. Another cannabinoid found in the hemp plant and in cannabis flowers, THC is the prohibited substance.
We only stock products that contain exclusively CBD, and 0% THC. CBD UK Law now permits this as none of the ingredients are psychoactive or intoxicating.
Is CBD Marijuana?
No. It is a different extract from the hemp plant, and is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid. Put simply, it won't get you high, it isn't marijuana (or weed, or grass, etc. etc. etc.) and the complete lack of THC means it is not intoxicating, and therefore- legal.
Although research its still in its relatively early stages (but gathering more steam every day!) we know a lot about this compound, and our experts tell us we've only started to scratch the surface!
What's the difference between CBD and CBG?
CBG (Cannabigerol) is another cannabinoid, and was first isolated from other compounds within the hemp plant in the 1970s. Research suggests that it may be the STEM cell that CBD and THC cells form from, making it an extremely intriguing substance.
Scientists disagree as to the effects of most cannabinoids and CBG is no different.
It is believed however, that cannabinoids work best when used in conjunction with other cannabinoids and terpenes in what is known as "The Entourage Effect", so you may decide to purchase a product that has doses of both CBD and CBG.
So what’s a Terpene?
Terpenes are essential oils derived from cannabis flowers and plants. They are isolated flavour compounds, and often have smells/tastes that are familiar, hence why Cannabis flowers can smell of lemons, mangoes, berries and other naturally occurring flavours/scents.
Cannabinoids like CBD, CBG and Terpenes enjoy something which researchers refer to as “The Entourage Effect.” For this mechanism provisional evidence suggests that cannabinoids are much more effective when deployed in groups that include multiple cannabinoids and terpenes. It’s this synergistic effect that led to the development of terpene infused E Liquids.
Terpenes are non-psychoactive and are legal in the U.K.
What is the best method for taking it? How To Take CBD Oil.
CBD products now come in a wide range of forms, as people continue to explore its benefits, the range continues to grow. We're stocking E-Liquids and Oils/Tinctures, e-liquids can be vaped using your favourite vaporizer and oils/tinctures are recommended to be taken sublingually (under the tongue, but you knew that right?).
Current research is inconclusive as to whether vaping or dropping sublingual tinctures is the more effective method of ingestion. Bio-availability is key, i.e. how much of the substance the body can absorb and actually use. However, nowhere near enough research has been done as of yet to definitively determine whether vaping or dropping makes the product more bio-available.
Vaping can provide much faster absorption into the system, whereas taking a sublingual tincture will produce effects that are perceptible for much longer.
Taking those factors into consideration, it will be up to you to decide which of these you wish to employ.
What are the Benefits of CBD?
The human body has an endo-cannabinoid system, which is linked to all other major systems in the body. When cannabinoids are introduced to this system and bind with the receptors, there can be numerous effect including mood regulation, pain relief and appetite stimulation.
CBD is not a cure for disease, but when used as a food supplement can contribute towards a healthy lifestyle by maintaining a healthy balance within the body's endocannabinoid system.
Utilising these products as food supplements as part of a balanced diet and active lifestyle can regulate the endocannabinoid system.
We'll say it one more time: this is not a medicine, and is not intended to be used as such.
As research progresses perhaps a CBD Oil Benefits list will be possible. You know we'll post that for you guys as soon as we can!
Does CBD Cure diseases?
CBD does not cure anything outright. It has been reported to have a positive effect on the symptoms of several major illnesses, but we strongly advise consultation with your doctor before use. It is not intended to cure disease, and should not be purchased with that intent.
Seriously guys- go see a professional!
Are there any negative effects of taking CBD Oil? Is CBD Safe?
There are some minor complications that may arise from application of CBD, but nothing toxic or lethal.
It is recommended that if you are taking prescription medications that you consult your doctor before supplementing your diet with any of these products, as it can effect how the prescription meds are absorbed into your system.
In very high doses it has been known to cause drowsiness, but in sensible amounts is actually reported to have a waking/alert effect on users.
How much CBD should I take daily?
As with all non-prescribed medications, it is recommended to begin with smaller doses and gradually increase. As ever, experiment with caution.
Without clear and concise, agreed scientific and medical advice, doses will vary depending on the patient, the potency of the product and the desired effect.
The internet can be a maze of conflicting information with companies vying to promote their product, with no regard for their customers' wellbeing. This is why we strongly advocate discussions with your GP before embarking on a course of taking CBD products.
Can CBD make me sick? What is “The Herxheimer Effect?”
The Herxheimer Effect, or what’s known as “Herxing” is a short term reaction that can occur within the body as the endocannabinoid system “wakes up” due to the external stimulus you are using on it, whether that be CBD or another cannabinoid.
So, don’t worry, it’s perfectly normal to experience some minor flu like symptoms as your body adjusts to having an active endocannabinoid system.
Herxing is beneficial for you, as it has a detoxifying effect. Starting slow and increasing doses of CBD gradually will reduce the severity of any effects of herxing.
Build in a slow increase if this is your first experience of cannabinoids. Take a little more each week for four preliminary weeks, to awaken or “activate” your ECS before arriving at larger doses that will have the effects you desire.
So how much CBD should I buy? How long will this last me?
Sublingual ingestion starting at 2.5mg CBD for an average of 25 days depending on factors such as body weight, BMI, and also depending on what symptoms the user is seeking to alleviate, is recommended.
This can safely be increased up to and including 25mg daily, until symptom relief is achieved.
The ratios of CBD:CBG will always be safe with the products stocked on this site, so you don't need a separate calculation or schedule for CBG.
Until actual medical advice becomes available, safe experimentation and gradual increasing of dose is recommended.
Once you have determined the effective dose for you at a lower concentration of CBD, a 200ml bottle will last you for 2 weeks.
After this period if you find that 15mg+ is necessary for symptom relief, you may wish to purchase a 200ml bottle of higher potency liquid, so that you get up to a fortnight from your bottle, maximising value.
How to Store CBD Oil
CBD and CBG Oils, E-liquids and other products should be stored in an area with no extremes of heat, light or moisture.
Treat these products as you would other oils you have in the kitchen, storing ideally in a cool, dry, dark cupboard or larder.
To increase the shelf life a little, you may wish to keep your oil or e liquid in the fridge. Prior to use, if the oil has thickened a little in the fridge, simply warm slightly by running the container under warm water to achieve the necessary consistency.
What is a CBD Additive?
CBD Additives are liquids of highly concentrated CBD that are intended to be diluted in another e liquid before use. These are more often than not unflavoured so you can add CBD to your own favourite flavour/scent.
Sorry, but what Is A Milligram?
A milligram is equal to one thousandth of a gram. It can also be expressed as 0.001 grams. These smaller units are required to deal with cannabinoids, where even these small amounts can produce the desired effects.
So what does all of this mean?
- CBD is a compound that can stimulate receptors that are naturally "hard-wired" into your body in a way that no synthetic chemical can.
- It can reduce inflammation, relieve pain and reduce stress.
- It's legal, and it won't get you high.
- CBD Oil is non-toxic, with no known toxic dose having ever been reported, and no deaths have ever been attributed to its application.
CBD E-Liquids for use in all e-cigarettes and compatible vaping devices.
Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight. Shake well before each use. Read device instructions to fill tank or cartridge. Not to be used by or sold to anyone under the age of 18. For use in electronic cigarettes only.
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